I had this old door hanging on my wall. I decided to move it, but it was just a little too tall for the new space. I needed to cut a little off the bottom. So what to do? Forget about it? Not me. I can't forget about any idea.
Wait until I see my Father-in-law so he can cut it for me? No. I have no patience when it comes to projects.
So I did what any impulsive, impatient DIY-er would do. I bought a circular saw. There have been many projects I didn't do because I didn't have a circular saw, so it was a good excuse.
I have to tell you. After reading all the warnings, I was a little scared to use it. I must have stood there for at least five minutes trying to work up the nerve to squeeze the starter. I was sweating like crazy (or maybe that was because I was in the garage and it was 95 degrees outside). Well, I finally squeezed and successfully cut the door down to size.
Now on to the painting. It's going white of course.
Thanks to everyone for the comments on my broken chair. I did not put it in the trash. I'm loving the idea of making it a garden/ planter chair, I got an email with a great repair tip, or I could replace the front legs and make a floor length skirt. We'll see.