Chair Sale. That’s right, I said SALE. I’ve never had to have a studio sale but my workspace is flooded with one off chairs. These babies have yet to be refinished. I will finish them to your liking. You can buy one or two or all six. (One chair, Chair 6, is already refinished.)
I’m desperate to make space for some bigger pieces that are needing to be refinished but I can’t do it with these lovelies taking up valuable space.
I will be selling these babies for $50 a piece.
Contact me ASAP to let me know what chair you’d like and how you’d like it. firstname.lastname@example.org
With Spring comes glorious blue skies, the occasional rainstorms, blossoming flowers, bustling farmers markets, and of course, allergies, like woah. I’ve spent the last few days laid up in bed wishing I had the slightest urge to, at the very least, to work on some embroidery, but with a few attempts, I found it not possible. I’m starting to come around thanks to truckloads of Zyrtec.
Ok, now that my “wah” fest is over, I wanted to share some new items that I’ve completed since the last blog post. Most have been shared on instagram, but I’ve got a few that haven’t been yet. I’ve got new Easter themed embroidered wall art that I’m particularly pumped about. I haven’t done anything for Easter since my Grandmother passed away. She always had these gorgeous Easter baskets for us, we had egg hunts, and dying eggs! I guess I have been feeling slightly reminiscent. Below that, I’ve got a new veggie embroidered towel, a refinished chair, and my personal favorite, “I will resist.” wall art.
It is no secret that Anthropologie is my favorite store. I always say that Tiffany’s is to Holly Golightly as Anthropologies is to me. It’s the place I go when I have a mean case of the reds… or when I am in need of inspiration, or I just need to window shop.
This last time I was at Anthropologie, I stumbled across these tasselled chimes. Now, I am a sucker for tassels. It’s true. I have no shame, but put a cute little bell and I am so there. Like most things, I checked the price tag… and I decided, eh, I wasn’t quite there as I thought I was. For the most part, I am more than capable from walking away from things, if they keep nagging, then I return. In this instance, those little chimes kept nagging, but I did in fact refuse to give in.
This is one of the many times that I looked at something at Anthropologie and thought, “Yea, I can definitely make that.” I went to Bead It (on South Lamar) and gathered tassels and cute bells. Fortunately for me, I stumbled across the perfect handcrafted copper bells at Mockingbird Domestic (that deserves its own blog post). All the supplies plus an iced coffee came out to the price of one of the Anthropologie string of chimes… and, now, I have two!
Sure, they are a little bit different, but I like that mine have hemp string versus the leather and… I made it… SO THERE! These will be hanging outside my door mingled in with my antique flyer cart filled with potted plants.
I cannot believe I am half way through my 12 days of crafting. I’ve really enjoyed spending time in the kitchen, dreaming up new projects, planning my posts, and the most important part of doing these daily blogs is that they are forcing me to finish a few projects! I am the queen of having little projects that are almost done and just need the finishing touches. Thank you to all of you that have put up with my posts, clicked on them, even read them, or liked them. It’s nice to know I have your support.
Now down to todays feature: Succulents in Mason Jars. I love gardening. Unfortunately, apartment living is not conducive to having beds beyond beds of billowing blooming beauties. Despite my green thumb, potted plants don’t always seem to cut it on my tiny balcony. The one thing that I seem to have the most luck with here in Texas are succulents! They seem to be resilient and able to roll with the punches of daily temperature swings, a day of missed watering, or my neighbors cat chewing on them.
Throw a tiny succulent in a mason jar, you’ve got yourself something pretty alright. Throw a tiny succulent in a painted mason jar and you’ve got something pretty damn cute! It also makes the perfect gift or centerpiece. *Hint, hint, wink, wink*
Come on by the Bluebonnet Bazaar next Saturday, December 13th from 10 AM – 3 PM and pick one up! I’m looking forward to seeing you there!