Although I don't live in Philly, I'm still intrigued by the concept. Create your own project and produce one piece of artwork each day for the entire month of January.
Do I want to take this on?
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Monday, December 28, 2009
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
A few weeks ago idiy.com had a post about vintage french labels. It could not have come at a more perfect time as I was in the middle of planning my French market themed b-day bash. Their link suggested to use a glue stick but I wanted something with more permanence. My partner-in-crime Molly suggested Mod Podge which I had never really used.
I could not be more happy with the results! We used the matte version of the product over the various glass bottles we had collected. I really like the effect it gave as it made the glass more frosted and vintage looking. In the end we probably did about 12 vases, which really became the pièce de résistance.
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Simple enough. We have been using my SILs old set since we moved because our gigantic table and chairs will not fit in our current dining room. The chairs however were just plain beat up. She had gave me some fabric that she had bought herself to cover them with.
It was a nice heavy duty fabric, but I was really attracted to the other side...and thats what I ended up using. Cost to do this...nothing, aside from some staples for the gun and the labor of my husband to help.
Monday, November 30, 2009
I made these little birdhouses a few weeks ago. I originally wanted to place them behind the drink table at my recent party but instead opted for the sad corner of my front porch. I love these little guys although I am a little scared as I read an article a few weeks ago that talked about how bad these little bird houses were for you know, actual birds. I hope that wasps do not decide to make it their home...
I had the kids help in painting them with me. They really had a great time and I wasn't worried about how perfect it was since I was planning on white washing them and making them look old anyways. They sell them for $1 a piece at any local craft store. I bought mine at Joann Fabric.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Top Left: Clocks fine art print from Warm Whispers
Bottom Right: Vintage French Clock (taupe) from Sadie Olive
Posted by satakieli at 4:51 PM
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Saturday, November 14, 2009
Friday, November 13, 2009
I have been fantasizing about letterpress for a LONG time. There has been so many designs that I have seen on blogs or etsy where I have just said...I want to do that! Cards, paper, tags...I would love to let my imagination run wild. One of my favorite blogs idiy, which caters mostly to weddings, is giving away a a kit. Clicky click and enter to win (if I don't beat you to it!)
Thursday, November 12, 2009
I've only been following Joanna @ Simple Blueprint for a few days now but was really excited to see her offering this giveaway. Eva Juliet is based out of Montreal and a lot of her items are available in English and French...but of course why wouldn't you want it in French??
Follow the link to her blog and enter to win any item from Eva Juliet's etsy site
I have been following this blog now for a little while but this post could not come at a better time. I am throwing a French market theme birthday party in a few weeks and I am positive that I could use these templates for something.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
One of my favorite design magazines just printed its last issue. I got a notice stating that they would be replacing it with Glamour
I really enjoyed their magazine. Their design ideas weren't too pricey and gave great hints. They have only been around since 05 and I'm pretty sure I probably have all issues.
First Jane, now this
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
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