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"God gives us dreams a size too big so that we can grow into them."

Monday, April 14, 2008

Thank you previous home owners!!!

I hate contact paper, shelf liner, whatever you want to call it.

Fortunately for me, our Kitchen came with an abundance of it.  Just when I thought I had seen it all, I stumbled upon a new variety that I thought I would share with all of you.

Here is the color/style that covers about 1/2 the kitchen.  It is in most of the lower cabinets.  It's ugly-It's seventies-It's mine   Lucky Me.
This is the style that sent me over the edge on Saturday, it was UNDER the beautiful brown and white plaid.  I love when you remove one ugly thing just to find something worse.  Nice.
Here is what is in most of the drawers.  These people must have liked plaid/checks/little squares - in brown and really light blue.  
And lastly, here is my favorite of all favorites.  It is off white, shiny, polka dot, cykadelic shelf liner.  Now this is something special.  the funny thing is I don't hate this one so much, I just don't want it in my kitchen.
Soon I will be scraping and "goo goning" all these beautiful contact papers into the trash.

It is going to be a long day (when I finally decide to do it  :) )

6 comments:

MattLindsElle said...

That does not sound fun at all! If I was there - I could help you though! :)

Leah W said...

Move back.

I hear there are lots of houses for sale :)

Love ya

Alyssa said...

Sounds like fun:)! I have been going through Kendra's old clothes today. wow! Did I have a lot! I still have a mess I am going through. It will feel good to have it all done and organized soon!

Hope you are having a great day! Love you

cindy said...

I remember getting a piece of furniture from Great Grandma Wentzel that had contact paper on the top of the wood, I never did get rid of the sticky part!!! I understand hopefully the Goo Gone will help. Iam feeling sooooooooo
much better! Thanks for stopping over yesterday come any time.
Love you,
Mom

Leah W said...

I'll be calling you tomorrow to see if you are up for visitors or help :)

Vicki Aeschliman said...

You are really lucky to have that project ahead of you (not)! There is always something to do in a house or to spend money on.