This is after the first coat. You can see the yellow color now goes just past the left edge of the windows. I did use the brush, not a roller. This was a sound plan for the top part, but not so much for the bottom part. I do not like that the brush strokes are so visible.
Here we are after the second coat and tape removal. I was pretty much lovin' myself at this point, until I realized that the thick coat I put on to try and cover up the brush strokes ended up a bit too thick, and the paint was running in thick rivulets. I now have what could be called a 'scalloped' look, and it dried that way. I suppose I could say I meant to do that. I suppose I could say it is okay because the cabinets will totally cover it and hide it.
But no, I will not say that. I will take out a roller and a roller pan and I will re-paint it tonight. I need to do the bottom trim, anyway (with a brush), so why not. I'll feel better about it. But doesn't it look nice?
In between the painting, I worked on my 'moved' cards.I colored all the images ...
... and assembled one of them. Looks like I forgot to use the Macro setting on this fuzzy shot. Sorry.
Tonight I'll do the painting, then hopefully finish up these cards and move on to something else. I might even make up card #4 for this weekend's Stamp Camps. Maybe.
Gotta leave for the Day Job. Thanks for stopping by!