My creative juices haven't been flowing much in the last little while. Sure, I've been cooking, posting some delicious recipes but I was in the mood, in the mood to get my hands a little dirty and dig through my stash of 'stuff' and create.
I had this project in mind and I wanted to make it a chalk board.
I've used the brush on chalk board paint but thought this time I would try the spray on chalk board.
Holy Macaroni - I'm in love with this stuff!
Spray paint is amazing. I love that it can easily transform items and bring them up to date. The colours and finishes available now are incredible.
I've had this headboard for years now, the colour is forest green, great for the 90's but this is 2013 and I wanted something a little more stylish. Metal headboards similar to this but new cost around $200.00 but a can of spray paint is between $5-$10.
I love Jell-O, I love Play Dough - hello! A match made in heaven!
I buy these, I love them and their mocktail cousins :)
I don't drink them all the time but on occassion it's a nice addition to water
I found these 2 small pine boxes at the thrift shore, they were calling out for some lovin' & I was 100% inspired so I scooped these right up!
Look at them, aren't they mesmerizing?
I love glittery things and I was thinking of a fun, quick easy and
super satisfying craft I could do with my nieces.
Here it is...and these are awesome!
The lovely ladies at Pretty Providence put together this great inspiration for DIY Ottomans. Doesn't everyone love a place to rest your weary feet?
Click on the photo to see the DIYs but while you're there, check out
their 'frugal lifestyle blog'.
Chalk is everywhere these days and I'm really diggin' the look but for this is wanted something a littler more permanent.