There’s nothing I love more than spending a few uninterrupted hours focused on a painting. And liking it at the end. It’s such a great stress reliever!
After several years of building furniture for our home, we finally decided it was time to make our own lumber.
Allow me to back up a little bit.
You’ve Got Mail!
That reminds me of AOL - those were the good ol’ days. Did anyone else instantly think of that?
Unfortunately (or fortunately) the days of AOL are gone. Please tell me you're not still on AOL. But, we are still getting snail mail. Let’s be honest, most of the mail we get these days is junk. Every once in awhile, we will receive a sweet card from a family member or an actual invitation to a party. These things are exciting, who doesn’t love the anticipation of what’s inside that envelope?
Remember a few weeks ago when I had a meltdown told y’all about all the things stressing me out with the kitchen project? (See below.)
String art has been popular all over the nation. I am seeing string art on Pinterest, parties on Facebook, and events in our area.
Since I wanted something seasonal that had to do with Spring and flowers, I decided to make a mason jar. Now you’re probably wondering what a mason jar has to do with Spring and flowers. Well, let me show you!
Here in the midwest we have been seeing warmer temperatures, consistently. Hello Spring! This also means there are plants and flowers EVERYWHERE! I mean, when Target busts out their garden and patio stuff, you can’t just walk past it.
With plants and flowers on my mind, I couldn’t help but think about the poor tree that has lived on our porch for years. Friends, it died this winter. I don’t know how it happened, but it did. That was THE ONLY THING I could keep alive.
One question I always get from people is “How do you know where to hang things on your wall?”
My short answer is...I just know!
But I know that doesn’t help ya’ll out. And greywoodmama is here to help ya’ll out. So today I am sharing a few tips for how I visualize things before hanging them on the wall.