One of my best friends and partners in diy graduated from the ASU Cronkite School last weekend and I wanted to share what I made for her. I raided my scrap paper bin and took these scraps from this…
Cut them into little triangles and …
With a needle, thread, and 2 buttons I then strung them together, wrote C-O-N-G-R-A-T-S and…
Gotta love the bunting! I can’t get enough. :) For the wrapping, I raided the sewing cabinet.
Found some lace trim, some ribbon and a few pieces of burlap
I usually don’t love the cream/mint/peach combo but paired with the natural craft paper I really liked it!
It’s a goldscheider bust that’s she’s been wanting at the antique store for awhile. Happy Graduation Erica!!
What a lovely surprise when I opened up google reader this morning and went to Vintage Revivals feed and saw my own horsehead lamp featured! Thanks so much Mandi! I love your guts too! if you are coming from there, welcome!
thanks again! and check out the rest of the sweet lamps here!
Ever since the latter part of my sophomore year I’ve been working on my trusty ol macbook, I
loved still love my little macbook, But there’s a new toy in town and it has a sleek aluminum unibody and a 27″ screen
And the next morning nick was a happy camper too as he played angry birds bigger than ever
Nick was such a sweetie, he went and picked it up on his lunch break and had it set up for me when I came back from the ASU senior graphic design show :) Super exciting! Now I need to reconfigure my “office” (a wall of our bedroom)…
our neighbors gave us this desk
It is a little rough but cleaned up pretty nice (with howard’s of course) stay tuned!