September 26th, 2014
At the beginning of the month, I posted about this Year of Change Challenge that I was asked to participate in this month by my lovely friend Amy. It was super fun to participate and really push myself to do something that I don’t normally do which is DIY art.
And of course I can’t help but do a DIY tutorial, so keep reading for an awesome how-to on this project. Read the rest of this entry »
September 23rd, 2014
*Paint for this post is provided by Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint. All opinions and projects are my own. This post also contains affiliate links.
Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint - Artissimo
Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint - Tricycle
Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint – Grain Sack
Milk Paint Mixer
Hazel & Ruby Stencil Mask
220 Grit Sand Paper
I painted furniture!!! I know probably every DIY blogger you follow paints like it’s going out of style, but painting is definitely not my thing. I like quick projects that yield instant gratification. Luckily I have Mr. Project to do all the heavy lifting and painting.
So lets start at the beginning. I’ve been wanting to buy these BEKVAM stools from ikea for my boys’ bathroom. But I wanted them painted red… I don’t paint, so I asked Mr. Project how I should go about painting. After zoning out during one of his many speeches about the properties of paint and wood, and probably sanding. I kind of just gave up.
Fast forward to when I attended SNAP blogging conference this past spring. I attended the Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint class and got my paint on. It wasn’t so bad this painting thing, and I was really intrigued by how the paint worked. It is a lot like tempura paint.
So I decided to just go for it and see what happened. One of my favorite parts about MMS paint is that the colors are divine. I already knew I wanted red, and this “Tricycle” red does not disappoint. The pigments in milk paint are pretty amazing. Read the rest of this entry »
September 18th, 2014
*This post contains affiliate links and is part of the Design Space Star contest by Cricut. All projects and opinions are 100% mine.
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I created this spooky cake topper & cake stand as part of the Cricut Design Space Challenge this month. I used my awesome Cricut Explore to create this great project and all of my other Design Space Challenge Projects!
Deep Cut Blade
Black core presentation board
Black cardstock (I used glitter card stock from Michaels)
Ad Tech low-temp glue gun
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