Alright, now what does that table above plus these items below equal.
(Super Duper Quick No Sew Cushion Tut:
Just as you would sew a cushion cover, do on the wrong side. Cut Heat-n-Bond strips, peel backing, place between fabric, iron. Repeat on three sides, stuff cushion with pillow filling, close up open end with another strip of Heat-n-Bond, remembering to fold the seam inward this time. That's it!)
(Above) I experimented a little here. The great guys at Sherwin recommended the ProClassic for furniture because it is self-leveling, meaning goes on like butter, levels itself, so less visible brush strokes. Well, I figured this time instead of using a different brand of primer and any old roller, I would use strictly Sherwin Williams products. Guess what?! Even more awesome. I've loved their paint for a while now, but even the primer rolls crazy smooth. I didn't even need to seal with poly after the ProClassic paint dried. Just as they said it would work. It's perfection for me. Ok, ok, I'll get on with it.
Equation: Table + DIY no sew cushion + Sherwin Williams Paint = What????
Here's a little hint...
One day it crossed my mind to make this a doggie bed. I took Lila's raggedy old cushion and put it in there to reel her in to try it out. Ha! I couldn't get her out. See the cushion protruding out? That was after I tried to pull on it to get her to get out. She liked it, I liked the idea and I had some extra fabric laying around. Maybe the equation is starting to make sense...
I really love it and I think she does too!