I’m constantly thinking of new colors to paint our walls. Over the years, I’ve collected a ton of paint sample cards. And over the years, I’ve kept a lot of them simply because they’re too pretty to toss out. Thank goodness for that!
I’m in the midst of something big. But it’s taking a loooong time, so I thought I’d make something while I’m making something.
It’s Sun-DIY, folks. Time to bust out the staple gun. For this project, I’m combining my affection for all things Mid-Century modern and my Linsanity for Southwestern, folksy, tribal textiles.
Switching gears here since a girl likes to mix things up every once in a while. Actually, jewelry making was my very first crafting love, so I’m serving it up old skool with today’s DIY.
I’m mad about metallics. They sparkle. They shine. I guess I’m like a crow. So I thought I’d browse Craigslist in our lovely San Francisco Bay Area for all things shimmery today. We all know that brass is back but I’ll always be crazy for chrome.
Do you love your mama as much as I love mine? Then make something for her. I’m actually a skeptic when it comes to these holidays. The pressure of making those $95-a-head brunch reservations years ahead of time. The week before panic of not having made those reservations years before. What’s an ungrateful child to do?
Someone hide my credit card STAT.
I know, I said STAT. IN ALL CAPS. That’s because I really mean it this time. Folks, step into San Francisco’s succulent lovers’ sanctuary. Appropriately named and perfectly located, Succulence is not to be missed if you’re crazy about cacti and other drought tolerant hotties.
There’s something so incredibly alluring about a blank canvas. It’s a common metaphor for a lot of things in life, including life itself, and for good reason. The possibilities are endless.