State Pride Tour: Indiana

state pride tour: indiana

Welcome to State Pride Week. This week I have partnered with 30 bloggers to showcase a project, craft or recipe to showcase our home state.  I currently live smack dab in the middle of the USA in Indiana.  I took advantage of my states initials and created an “IN love” silk screen that I can use over and over again.  I chose to make some pillows and a canvas out of my “IN love” silk screen.

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Thanksgiving “Be Grateful” Pallet Art

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Back in February I made a super inexpensive and large piece of pallet art for Valentine’s Day.  Since the colors were in the scheme of my current living room pallet I have left it up all year round.  I decided to tackle the project again and give it a little Thanksgiving spin with the words “Be Grateful.” {I know I skipped right over Halloween and onto Thanksgiving.  HA!}  I never want to be limited by the holiday decor so I made it without any leaves or autumn colors. This project is really easy and cost less than $10! 

 

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Stenciled Pillows: Painting on Fabric with Acrylic Paint

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Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs is the new kid on the block here on Infarrantly Creative.  I admired her style ever since being graced with her amazing talent on Creating With the Stars (which she won by the way!). I begged her to come on board here on IC so I could showcase her skills.  I know you will love her creative ideas as much as I do.  And anyone who loves painting fabric as much as I do has gotta be awesome.  Today she is here sharing some handmade stenciled pillows she created for cheap – plus she is sharing the Silhouette files with us.  Please give a huge IC welcome to Sarah.

Hi Infarrantly Creative readers! I’m Sarah from Sarah M. Dorsey Designs and I’m so happy to be sharing a super easy, budget friendly way to update your sofa with stenciled pillow shams!

 

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Handmade Checkerboard

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My kids love Melissa & Doug Wooden Toys.  They are such high quality toys and we always seem to ask for them for gifts.  Each of the sets come with a wood crate that stores the set.  While I love the crates they really could use a top on them in order to make it into our playroom (I am not a fan of pieces everywhere). So what has happened over the years of receiving Melissa & Doug toys is we have amassed a collection of these wood crates.

checkerboard DIY

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