Well the other day Michael and I went to the Habitat for Humanity Restore. People...if you have never been...GO! Now! You will not regret it! Krylon spray paint for $2. Flooring for cheap. Light fixtures. Cabinets and counter tops. And Moulding. For $1 a piece. Oh. My. Word. I will never (never say never...but for real) pay $8 a piece for moulding again! And they have a student discount on Fridays so I got what I needed for $1.80! Glorious! I knew I decided to start my Master's for a reason!
So the other night when we were working in the basement I cut the moulding...all by myself! to the lengths that I wanted. I made it about 2.5 feet tall by 3 feet wide. It was really easy do use the saw...just make sure that you clamp the wood down well and get the exact 45 degree angle. (Our saw can turn to get the angle...easy peasy!)
Then I took the wood upstairs and found the center of the wall. Then I nailed in the top end of the right side piece. I put the level beside it to make sure it was straight and nailed the bottom end in. It looked like this:
Then I took the vinyl out and carefully peeled the backing off of the vinyl. and