I mentioned in a previous post that I would put up some pictures of The Burrow when the paint job was done. It has been long done, but I keep thinking I'll post a picture of a room when it's done. Well I've come to terms with the fact that our home will be an ongoing process, ebbing and flowing with our time and money, which of course we are all always short on. (click Continue Reading...)
Como van tus vidas? This is a quick little post for me to boast about my husbo, Greer. He is talented and creative and I love his infinite good ideas.
We recently adopted a starving little 4 week old kitten. My sister found the scrawny thing on our parent's back porch and immediately called me. I've been saying for about 2 weeks that I want a kitten and poof! Here she is. So Marzipan is now a little over 5 weeks and is s-p-u-n-k-y. Not wanting to spend money on what he can do himself, Greer threw together a scratching post for her. (click Continue Reading...)
Hola amigas y amigos! I've been seeing this really fun project around on various blogs and finally got all my peices in place to give it a try on my own. I wanted to post the blogs I had seen originally but I cannot find my links!! So leave a comment about similar projects if you've tried or if you've seen them around.
First: If you have not already visited Kimba at A Soft Place to Land, you should most definitely check out her blog. It is inspiring, fun, and has so many incredible DIY ideas. It is the blog that got me hooked on thrifting and DIY crafts.
Today until Aug 9 she is facilitating a Silhouette Craft Cutter giveaway. If you are interested in any type of craft that involves stencil, silhouette, paper, vinyl, glass etching, scrapbooking... the list goes on, you should participate in the contest! I plan on asking for the Silhouette Craft Cutter for Christmas. If you don't want to wait to win, you can purchase the craft cutter with their promo and save money while getting bonus items. So head on over to A Soft Place to Land!
Our wedding was perfect. June 5, 2010 Greer and I tied the knot on a beautiful day with close friends and family and had a blast the whole time! Our wedding theme/title was Sweet Honey Love. Here's some tid-bits from our wedding... maybe it will help inspire someone else!
This is one of my favorite details. Greer and I hoarded the tye-dye paper from Double H Ranch last summer (2009). The tye-dye paper was made by campers tye-dying their tee-shirts at Arts & Crafts. The paper under the shirts gets hung to dry and you end up with really unique, fun colored paper that is truly one-of-a-kind. We used the paper as a backdrop for our table name cards. Greer, my stencil king, crafted a mini version of the stencil he made for me when he proposed, and used that for the table names to go on. We named tables after places/things that meant something to us. "Reign" was the head table, and the name came from our song "Love, Reign O'er Me" (Pearl Jam version).......