I’m trying to get organized, the spring-like weather has me sprucing up, airing out, chucking the old… I picked up many treasures on my last jaunt to Jersey, a favorite is this $4 cross-stiched pair of hummingbirds. I happen to … Continue reading
This is a project I have been super excited about, and it’s now officially halfway done, so I think that’s an ok time to share. It will also force me to finish it. (Here is where you are all, “Waitaminute… wasn’t there some kind of jewelry station…” and I’m pretending not to hear that bc it’s basically done, but also not. But I will take photos of it soon! Photos make me finish things).
I recently acquired a lot of acrylic paint, which actually worked better than fabric paint, but I have no idea if I can wash it. That’s the only major oops part of the project. I have 7 or 8 different blues, and I’m using them all.
We painted the bedroom a dark, bright blue, and I’m working on making everything in the room a different shade of blue. There are a lot of different blues out there! (Note: That would be a good blues song).
I have 4 white tab-top curtain panels, purchased at Ikea over a year ago. I think they were $9.99 for a two-pack. They are well made and crisp, and they are very boring. Enter into my life so many shades of blue, an old stencil, some new stencil brushes and so I thought I’d give it a go.
I’m really pleased with how they’re going so far! I will finish the other two, get them hung and post a photo. Motivation!
We celebrate two years in our beautiful house this weekend. Like so many things, the days can sometimes feel long, yet time has flown by. I’m proud of all we’ve gotten done to date and excited about (and daunted by!!) all that lies ahead. So … just another weekend, really 🙂
Much like how we celebrated our first anniversary with a work-related nod to the past, we are also celebrating this anniversary with a little bit of living like we just moved in:
Living with our mattress on the floor, as we are FINALLY tackling the bedroom! We had so many things that had to take priority, then we were deciding about stripping the trim, then we were paralyzed by our decision to strip the trim, then we were terrified of how long it would take to strip the trim …. Then, we just started stripping the trim. The wood is too beautiful to leave it painted, and we figure if we’re tearing it up, we might as well just tear it all up, right?!? So here we are. Sawdust up our noses and bed on the floor, but progress is being made. And so YEAR THREE begins ….