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Amanda Brown, Spruce’s founder and owner, recently launched a book dedicated to the ins and outs of working through an upholstery project of your own. I’m no DIY expert, but if you’re going to try your hand at upholstery work from home, you need Amanda’s book. It’s thorough, extensive, and not for the weak of heart.
I’ve been pouring through the pages myself in an attempt to work up my own DIY chair makeover. More on that to come later. In the meantime, leave a comment in this post telling me what you would reupholster if you had Amanda’s book and you may be the lucky winner of a new Spruce book! You have until this Sunday, November 17th, to leave your comment. I’ll be announcing the winner along with my chair reveal first thing on Monday morning. Don’t miss it!
You may also be interested in catching Amanda and her team on their cross-country book tour! Find details about their travel plan and workshop schedule HERE. In addition, the Spruce team in running a contest all of their own. It’s called the Ugliest Chair Contest. More info HERE.
And a quick shout out to some of the other lovely bloggers who have been spreading the word about Spruce’s book launch and tour. Check them out when you get a chance!