I admit that I’m a hoarder, but the one thing I refuse to hoard is product packaging. There’s just too much of it, and I don’t get why retailers or food companies still indulge in over-packaging. So for today’s DIY, I transformed a cracker box into something pretty. I also made a commitment to not purchase anything new for this project, because it feels good to be good to Mother Nature.
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.
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.
Are you sitting down? The 70’s are baaaack, and so am I! Contrary to popular belief, I didn’t go MIA. I was MIA-rried.
Aside from the hub bub around my nuptials, there was a period of about 2 months during which life flashed by with a blink of an eye. Seriously. Here we are, at the end of February 2014, with the 70’s making a ginormous comeback in both fashion and decor. And with that, I became mad for macrame and wild for weavings all over again. I can recall working on little craft projects as a child: cross stitch, latch hook, embroidery, macrame. They were the shizzle back then and slowly becoming groovy again today.