We are lucky enough to have two sinks in our kitchen. The only entertaining we do is feeding our five kids chicken nuggets so the extra sink has become a place for rinsing paint brushes, cleaning training potties, etc. Which meant it looked like this (warning):
Remember a couple of weeks ago, when I made over a thrifted mirror using my favorite new craft technique; paint pouring? Well I’m back trying it again, and this time I think I like it even more! I made this wooden gallery wall for the girls’ bathroom using scrap wood, cheap canvases and more paint pouring!
Fall is always a challenge for me decorating-wise. I LOVE the colors and scents and textures going on outside, but none of those things work so well for me INSIDE. Our home doesn’t have any rusts or reds or yellows, so this year… I decided to make fall decorating work for ME! Bring on the colorful embellished pumpkins!
This post is so silly, but I love it so much! My friend Caleb from You Can Make This Too, uses a cardboard cutout of his head and torso when he’s setting up a video to ensure proper focus. Essentially a cardboard stunt double so he can set up his shot properly. It always makes me chuckle when I see that cardboard head hovering in the background of his videos, so I had to make my own!