I'm not ashamed of my love for perusing second-hand stores. Here in Utah we have Savers, D.I. (Deseret Industries) and a variety of others, including the best vintage store ever... Decades. I have so much love for Decades that I could write and write on it. But there's just something about seeing something old, used, worn out, outdated and rejected by someone else that makes my pulse race. I can see its potential. What it CAN be. The old ratty cardigan becoming bejeweled and embellished, the outdated bakers rack turning into a mini desk for my office. The list goes on and on. It's a sick sort of gift, but I'm grateful for it. I became obsessed with refurbishing furniture and home decor with spray paint years ago. I did an entire bedroom set in a weekend and got a sinus infection to beat the band for not using a mask. It's kinda obvious what I do now when I am on a roll, which I was this last weekend. Oh, and lets not forget to talk about the best spray paint ever, which is Krylon. I like to do projects fast and furious, so I usually see a piece of furniture and sand the rough spots, prime it with spray paint primer if needed, and then spray like crazy. I never even waste my time with another spray paint. Too many botched projects to count from dollar store spray paint. Now I am wondering if there could be some brain damage that happened to me from inhaling all of the paint, because I am actually blogging about spray paint brands.