I guess technically, I didn't make anything, but I sure have been working hard. I'm finished with my painting. I think trying to get everything back in place and rehung was the worst part. I do have a freebie for you if you keep reading. ; )
Here are the before and after pictures. This is my dining room. I kept the color pretty much the same except for this wall.
Now it's a light yellow.
Here's a picture of my
onery sweet daughter's greasy handprints.
The new color is a little lighter, but it covered the handprints. ;P
These are pictures of Delaney's room. I didn't take any before pics. It is sort of an explotion of color. I added the blue stripes to the shelf. I got the bins from Family Dollar, 3 solid pink for $5.00, the decorated ones were 2 for $5.00. At Walmart they had 1 for $6.45.
The curtains look a little odd because I didn't attached the tiebacks to the wall yet. Oops!
Here's the before picture of my bedroom. I did a total impulse buy and bought this comforter that is much fancier than my style, plus I didn't really like the color much.
This is much more me! These colors make me happy! I realized the paint looks darker than it is, probably because I didn't turn on the light. The walls really are lighter blue. I just love the owl I found at Kirklands!
Delaney gave me the painting with the pink fringe around it, it is a Delaney original.
I am still debating whether or not to paint this vanity. I'm thinking the darker red color that is in the quilt, but I can't decide. I really want to, it may be a project for Fall break. I have glass drawer pulls to add to it and I also need to recover the bench.
I'm sorry there isn't a picture, I created this in Word and I couldn't figure out how to post a picture.
Last night I posted my first item that is for sale. It is a group of letter sorts which I am going to use at the beginning of the year. There are 7 sorts including two with a twist of math. I have a Vertical Letter Symmetry and a Horizontal Letter Symmetry sort. I included letter cards with the vertical and horizontal lines drawn through them. I'd love for you to check it out. Here is the link for this one.