We've already shared with you most of our wedding signs, like our awesome shenanigans bar sign, and our I Spy photo game. Those signs were all designed in Photoshop then printed. Only one sign was actually hand painted, and it served as the welcome sign for our guests. The thought process behind the sign was… Continue reading DIY Wedding Welcome Sign IRL
Using chalk paint to cover an old metal printer stand and make it a popping color and fun piece for any office
In keeping with our recent trip to the Outer Banks, I've decided to keep things beachy keen for the week. Let's see how long I can keep this going! You may recall in my chronicles of my recent trip to England that I hit the jackpot in Pool - oodles and oodles of sea glass!… Continue reading Sea Glass Decor
I'm going to apologize as I do not have any in-process or tutorial type pictures of this one. We needed a wreath, but I didn't really have any spare change to get a form and fancy ribbons etc etc. Then, inspiration struck late one evening when it seems my Aunt was sleepless as well. So… Continue reading A ‘Shop From What You Have’ Wreath – White-washed for Summer!
OhModgeGod! Yes, I'm making it happen, and no Mean Girl will stop me. I saw this post on CraftyScrappyHappy where she upcycled a Bath and Body Works candle by screen printing a pretty lace pattern on it. They came out beautiful and they inspired me to try my own version, only I don't have the… Continue reading Spooky Mod Podge Candles
Ok, I'll admit it, I may be a bit obsessed with Chevron print. And I've been dying to bring it off my Pinterest boards and into my life. But it's so bold and wonderful I decided to start small by dressing up my drab gray cubicle at work with a picture frame. I originally fell… Continue reading Z Gallerie Inspired Picture Frame