Over ten years ago, these dark, espresso stained end tables were a big buy for my new little apartment. The whole place was white from the walls and trim to the tile floors and ceiling. So, the brown provided a great contrast.
When you can see your jewelry, you’re more likely to wear it. That’s why I keep my accessories out in the open. It reminds me to enjoy them every day.
If you’re looking to add a little whimsy to a room, a pom pom garland can do the trick. For my version, I went a little primitive and boho with varying pom pom colors and sizes.
If you are only going to make one project for your baby’s room, this is it!
Over the past year, I have been purging my beads, bobbles, and buttons. They accumulate over time with a broken necklace here and an unfinished craft there. To the maker’s eye, each little bead has value. So, you put it in a box or a jar for later. Then, they pile up to a resounding nothing as you don’t know how to use them. This week, I cleared out a large amount of my bead and ribbon hoard with a sunday school craft. We spelled the student’s names in modge podge and they decorated with all the beads and ribbon desired. It was wonderfully fulfilling and fun to see those meaningless random faux pearls and brass buttons catch the eye of a child. Continue reading