Wednesday, September 15, 2010
So when Steve and I got married and I moved in I really thought everything in our house I liked. Well the longer I live here the more I realize that I don't really like the builders beige that adorns every single speck of wall space in our house. Me, being the "project" kind of person that I am have slowly started changing that. It started in the kitchen, moved to the bathroom, and recently hit the living room. It's not a total transformation and I don't have before pictures, but here's the start. I'm going to do a display of ivory picture frames on the wall above the TV (sooner rather than later...I hope) and my dear sweet Steve is going to make a frame type "thing" to go above the door leading to the carport so that I don't have to paint the rest of the wall (the one bad thing about open floor plans, one room runs in to the next). My dear sweet Steve, the best electrician on earth (I figure if I talk real nice about him, that I can get at least one more project out of him :)), even changed out the less than functional electrical outlets and light switches. So to most our redo may not really look that much different, but it's very refreshing to me and the husband.
Sunday, September 5, 2010
My dear friend Haven came this weekend bringing her Cricut for us to play with. I told myself that I didn't need one of these wonderful machines, wouldn't use it if I had it....but I was totally lying to myself. I've hinted to the husband that this would be a great Christmas present; we'll see how that works out. We basically kicked our husbands out and had a girls only party. It's so wonderful to have friends who enjoy the same things as you do. I have totally been in the mood lately to craft and get some around the house projects done, and well they wouldn't have gotten done if Haven hadn't come to town. (I hope she comes back real soon.) Not only did we have a great fun time, we updated my blog, and even manage to make a few things. Check it out.
A tree for my hoot owls
A Poppy Canvas from a tutorial found here. We were so excited to find out that the Cricut cuts fabric because there are a lot of circles here in this canvas. Machine power is awesome!
Fork and Spoon for an upcoming project
I can't decide whether I really enjoyed visiting with my friend or using her Cricut.