Monday-saturday; 1 To 4 P.m.

It's not a talent as much as a skill that is learned through practice. Sand dry Spackle smooth, and prime each spot. - Don’t underestimate how long it’ll take you to get the job done. Develop a vision. Tape the screws to the cover, and tape over the outlet or light switch to keep paint from getting on them. - Scaffolding comes in parts called “bucks” and “cross bucks”. You’ll achieve a smoother, more seamless look because you’ll be able to blend the wet paint you’ve brushed on with wet paint you’re rolling on. Give your primer at least 24 hours to dry follow its instructions before applying a topcoat. Complementary colons are located opposite each other on the colon wheel. Many thanks!

Bingham-Waggoner Estate tours, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Saturday; 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays, through October, located at 313 W. Pacific Ave., Independence. Admission: $6 for adults; $5 for seniors; $3 for ages 6 to 16. Call 461-3491. 1827 Log Courthouse, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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When you’re ready for a change, simply change out the accessories. It's an easy way to give a space a quick yet impactful decorating makeover. Make a very educated guess. When trying to decide between “custard,” “sunrise” and “daffodil” for your baby's nursery for example, you may find yourself asking: aren't they all just “yellow?” You may see a slight difference in sheen because the two coats won’t blend. • Ideally, you should cut in and paint one wall at a time before moving on to others. This will ensure you and everyone involved know exactly what the room will look like. Browse our interior painting ideas to use in your toilet, living room, bedroom, office, kitchen, or dining room. Select a main colon.

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