Happy Saturday everyone! I for one am estatic that's it's the weekend because it happens to be the only weekend in three weekends that I've been home! Last weekend, I went on a road trip with three high school crazies -
- to visit my alma mater, Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio. The two weekends before that Anthony and I were retreats, one as chaperones and one as 'retreatants'. All of the days in between it was work, work, work and no play, play, play (which you all know in my case is translated diy, diy, diy). However, to keep you entertained and coming back, I've got a better-late-than-never AND I promise that next week's post will be 'wall' worth it! :)
Anywho, let's take a trip down memory lane, circa this past summer, back when our tomato plants were pumping out those little, red, succulent, maters like it was no one's business...
and when more than one of our daily meals consisted solely of homemade salsa and chips.
Well, it was during those hot, humid, glory days that some friends and I decided to have a craft night. We cranked out a couple of plain-shirts-made-fab-with-embellishments that night (neither of which I have pictures of...shame on bad blogger me) and the much pinned melted crayon art project. The process is as follows:
1 - Glue
2 - Melt with hair dryer
3 - Admire
We liked it upside-down. :)
Twas much fun!
It was also around that same time that I stumbled upon this criss-cross, geometric fabric
at a local discount store (for $5 a yard), in exactly the amount I'd need to do what I had in mind and proceeded to drive just a little bit over the speed limit all the way home to make these:
(Sorry for the awful picture.)
About a year ago, I adorned our french doors with sheers and this time, instead of replacing the sheers with the new geometrics, I simply layered the two. :)
And that's all I've got this week...pitiful, I know. Time has not been my friend. However, due to Thanksgiving, I have the whole week off next week and I've already got a list started...enough for, hmmm, let's see, five future blog posts? Busy bee I will be...a busy, happy bee that is. :)
In the meantime, I'm off to try to steal Anthony away from his studying to help me start reupholstering the loveseat! :)
Have a great weekend everyone and a Happy Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving day also happens to be my beloved's birthday this year so I'll be celebrating my blessings times two!
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