As hard as it was to make life seem like normal, I was trying. I was really struggling to believe this was real, but at the same time I knew I had to take care of my kids. I had no idea my husband was capable of being unfaithful to me, so who knew what he would do next
On Wednesday I showed you how I used my “How Sweet it is to be Loved by You” sign from Spunky Fluff as part of my mini gallery wall. Kristen actually uses some sort of amazing machine to cut out the signs from wood.
A few weeks ago I found a deal on those really cute, tall boot socks — I wanted three or four pairs! At $12 a pair, plus shipping, I couldn’t justify it. I found a few old sweaters in my closet that I was planning to give away, and I knew they would make the perfect DIY project. How do you like my new boot socks?
I am working on a gallery wall at Denise’s house so I got the bug to do one in my own. I have plans for a large one but for now I started small with a Mini Gallery Wall. I purchased nine 5”x7” frames from the Dollar Tree and used some leftover spray paint from previous projects to create a nice little gallery of pictures of my husband I over the last 15 years for our master bedroom wall.
I love this new Halloween Wreath I made. It looks all classy with the orange shine and houndstooth ribbon and then you look closer and see the glittery spiders. Isn’t it wonderful? It looks perfect in my hallway on my aqua mirror.
David Tutera, host of My Fair Wedding, recently launched a new line of do-it-yourself cards called DAVID TUTERA™ Celebrate sold exclusively at Joann Fabrics. The concept is simple you just pick out a base card, add a layer and then embellishments.