I desperately wanted to use up the fantastic fabric I used to make my envelope pillow covers so I chose to frame it and use it as art in our master bedroom. I knew I wanted the frames to be pretty large in scale, I wanted the frames to sit above our headboard which is up… Continue reading framed fabric art
Last summer I purchased raw mdf letters to spell out Oliver’s name at a local farmer’s market. I had planned on placing them on the wall but for almost a year I was at a loss on how to finish them. I toyed with the idea of decoupaging them with scrapbook paper but never got around… Continue reading 2 tone painted mdf letters
When I was pregnant with my first son (who is now 2 1/2) I had so much spare time I decided I wanted to paint a wall mural at the same level as his dresser/changetable…you know, so he had something to stare at while I changed his bum.
Oliver’s birthday has come and gone and the lucky little man got to celebrate with 2 parties, one for family and one for his pint-sized friends.
The Easter bunny was kind enough to pay us a visit this morning and drop some Easter eggs filled with treats on our lawn. I had bought some plastic fillable Easter eggs and filled them with stickers, bubbles, chocolate eggs, and play dough and scattered them around our yard for the boys to find. The… Continue reading Easter
For Oliver’s parties, I made some tissue paper pom poms and hung them off our dining room light. I have made them before, courtesy of Martha Stewart, for other parties and when we expected Oliver to come out a girl (we were pretty convinced until he came out a boy…go figure) I had made several… Continue reading party decor – tissue paper pom poms
Our Oliver turns 1 tomorrow and despite the joyous occasion, as with my birthdays(I just hate getting older) and Spencer’s, I always seem to be a little sad knowing that another year has gone by and my babies are getting older. Spencer was only 18 months old when Oliver was born, and like any parents… Continue reading Oliver is one