I don’；t know about you， but I find that sometimes when I’；m creating I’；m at a loss for the right words or inspirational quote to share on my projects. ？I tend to just go for an already made title in my stash and make it work as closely as possible to the way I’；m feeling about the project.
With the new Gypsy Moments line it has become so much easier to have the right sentiment？on hand for any project! ？It is so full of encouraging words， and inspirational quotes that there is no doubt that I can find what I’；m looking for every time.couch cushion covers diy
For this art journal I used the Poses and Reflections？？paper. ？I cut the quote from one side…；？and fussy cut the little ballerina from the other side. ？The vintage photo’；s are so adorable and the little statements beneath the photo’；s are so unique and funpersonalized newborn baby gifts， just like the one I used here， “；Don’；t quit your day dream”；.
I can’；t tell you how much I love this new paper line! ？Make a Gypsy Moment!!!
Poses and Reflections (gypsy moments)
Board and Room (gypsy moments)
4×；6 printed file folder (gypsy moments)
Aloha Green (Glimmer Glaze)
It’；s Brown (glimmer mist)
Wedding Pink (glimmer mist)
Desert Sun (Glimmer Glaze)
As a bonus I wanted to share this altered jar using Tattered Angels mists…；.
This is such an easy and fun project， and I do have a video tutorial to share…；
$300 to $500 and up! That's the price range we found for similar pillows to this one at the fancy home décor companies in-store and online. And, we don't mind sayin'... we think ours is actually nicer and more interesting than the ones we saw for sale. This project is a great lesson in the right combination of fabric and trim. The drama of the pillow depends on a strong motif isolated with precise cutting to be the feature on one side of the pillow. The opposite side is created from, believe it or not, strips of soft jute webbing. The final touch: rich tasseled fringe. Eat your heart out Horchow!
As we all want to take the best decision when it comes to buying clothes or furniture, we ran into several questions asked by people all around the work regarding linen.
I decorated my nightstand at the same time I decorated his nightstand. ?But, something was off. ?I lived with it for a few weeks to figure out just what was wrong. ?Once I did, I made one simple change that made a world of difference. ?Today, I want to show you my pretty, styled nightstand.