Design Improvised Best of 2013
|Photo by Annie Sturgis Photography|
This was another project using items from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore – this time recycled cinder blocks for only 75 cents a piece. I gave them a stenciled treatment and transformed them into outdoor vases for our patio:
|Photo by Candice Stringham Photography|
Sometimes simple is best. I came up with this wall art that requires no artistic ability – just a palette of paints in complementary colors.
I experimented with pom-poms in a lot of different ways this year, including this colorful art for my daughters’ playroom:
This post only went live a little over a week ago, but already made my top 10 posts for 2013! Apparently you all are in the mood to get organized! I gave my top 10 tips for tackling your pantry:
I have a thing for making simple garlands for the holidays. This garland is about as easy as it gets. I will be pulling this out again for this coming Easter!
This wreath I made for Thanksgiving using corn husks, feathers, and a touch of glitter is my favorite wreath to date (and I’ve made a lot of them!). I wish I would find a place to keep it up year round.
Coming in at #10 was this bouquet I made from plastic Easter Eggs. This was such a fun experiment that I tried making a similar bouquet using ornaments for Christmas!
Curious to see what my top 10 projects were in 2012? Check them out here!