So remember that printable I share with you guys a couple days ago? Well, today I am going to share a super quick video process showing how I painted it.
Thursday, July 28, 2016
Monday, July 25, 2016
Hey guys! Today I have some pretty (FREE) watercolor arrow artwork to share with you. I mean, ARROWS, enough said? Yes. I know, you can never go wrong with arrows.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Hey guys! Today I actually have broken away from my crazy life as a mommy to write up a tutorial from my Master Bedroom (see it HERE) for you!
Pallets are all the rage these days. I mean, who can beat free, distressed, aged wood for home decor? One of my favorite things to use pallets for is clocks. I made this large clock to look like a reclaimed antique clock.
It was really simple to build. First, we attached a row of pallets together by attaching two other boards along the back.
Second, we used a string tied to a pencil tip that we then attached to the center of the board with a screw, to help us draw out the perfect circle.
Third, we used a cheap jig saw to cut off the sides. This particular tool cost under $30 at Lowes, so it's a good investment for projects like this.
We lived with it raw for a while, because I am all about natural wood. But it looked too jumbo size for me this way. And yes, that TV needed to go SO BAD! Such a big eyesore... and we never used it anyways...
So one night I took the clock down, slapped some white paint on it (flat paint looks the more antique) and took a board and scraped it for a distressed look.
The numbers were drawn on with a sharpie (I mean, can you get any easier? :P )
Super sweet and simple.
I love how refreshing it looks up against a pure white wall.
It goes perfectly with all the other pallet elements in our master bedroom, like this dresser.
And this bed & our pallet night stands... can you tell we love pallets?
It's so rustic and stunning in all it's natural glory.
To see my list of tips and tricks as a pallet hoarder, along with how to easily disassemble them, check out my post HERE. On a side note, see my pregnant belly in the picture? That was from like two years ago when I had Jason- sob! Time flies!
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
My kids are always taking the couch cushions off and making blanket forts out of chars and whatever else they can find. I LOVE their imagination. My siblings and I used to pretend our rocking chair was a boat when we where little... which often resulted in having it fall on top of us from all the back and forth commotion... lol. With that said, I am SO happy to see my kids making memories with each other while using their imagination.
Today I checked one of my bucket list projects off my to do list: A Frame Tents.
Sleepovers here we come! :)