Yesterday, the Circus had her very first day of Kindergarten. I’m still not quite sure how this is possible, but I know she’s ready for it! She totally rocked her first day. I’m so excited for her to start on this new adventure and of course, also just a little scared and a little sad too…
Affiliate links may be contained in this post. If you haven’t noticed, one thing the 70’s Landing Pad has a lot of that the Beloved Foreclosure didn’t is art – big art. Wall Color / Art / Chandelier / Full Entryway Makeover I like big art and I cannot lie. Hanging large and heavy art though…
I tried to come up with some eloquent title for this project, but really all that just fit it perfectly was what you see above. So I went with it because that’s what it is – a huge a** frame that was way cheaper to make than buying one. When I did our master bedroom…
In case you didn’t know, I’m not an art connoisseur.
Now a cheap beer connoisseur, I am.
Ok, really just Miller High Life.
Here’s how I decide what art to hang on my walls:
I browse online and/or thrift stores.
Ooooo, I like it.
Look at the price tag.
Ooooo, its cheap.
Ooooo, its expensive.
Pretty straightforward, no?
While there may never be a priceless hand painted original piece of art hanging in my home, excluding the circus’ art, these pieces either already reside here or will at some point.
Because they’re pretty.
And nothing beats pretty and cheap together.
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Ok, ya know how sometimes when you are reading a magazine or browsing on Pinterest, and you see those perfectly gorgeous bedrooms? There is high end wall art, beautiful mirrors, comfy bedding, and perfect antique furniture.
And you know that the bedding alone probably cost $1000?
If you have $1000 to spend on bedding or on a mirror or wall art, by all means, go for it.
Hell, I can’t remember when the last time was that I had $1000 to spend on a whole room.
Oh, wait, yea, I haven’t ever had that.
So, for the rest of us that want beautiful bedrooms without breaking the bank, here are 14 real life bedroom ideas that anyone can do.
Guys, this may be one of my favorite Fifteen on Friday projects ever.
Ok well, its right up there with the electrical tape lampshade, duck tape curtains, and lucite trays anyway.
As you know, I am a huge fan of making my own DIY wall decor. I made my own prints with PicMonkey for my master bedroom, used the sassy printables on the sequined coat hangers, and made my own silhouette art.
This DIY modern art was by far one of the easiest home decor items I have ever created and I think it looks fab.
And did I mention I made it with a gift bag?
If you have been around here for long enough, you may have heard me chat about PicMonkey* – the way I edit pictures online for free.
But that’s not all Picmonkey does. Nope, you can also create images from scratch on there, make collages, and so much more. All the images you see around here with writing on them, all the collages, all that kind of stuff – I made with PicMonkey.
Remember last week, when I showed you my DIY tassel garland? You, do? Good. And remember in that same post, I said that if all went according to plan, I would show you how I did my silhouettes? You, do? Good. Well, you are about to see how to make a silhouette. But, over the…
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After posting my DIY wall art for my master bedroom makeover, there were a few people who asked for a tutorial of how to make them. So, here ya go, y’all. I did this all in Picmonkey. Supplies: –Graphics / Images in .png format (.png gives the images a transparent background) –Backgrounds of your choice…
I love music. In fact, I don’t just love music, I live music. If you have ever read my About Me page, you know that my musical tastes are incredibly varied. I’m talking Patsy Cline one minute and KISS the next. Yep, I’m that girl. I even made my daughter a playlist before she was…
If you remember, I bought some vintage nursery rhyme books and made this cute tissue box cover for the nursery…. I also chose 6 of the nursery rhymes to frame. I bought simple white frames at Micheal’s and used scrapbook paper as the background. Simple, cute, and vintage. How can you go wrong with that…