I have been cooking up a storm and continuing to try and watch all of the new holiday themed movies. Lest you think I am now part sloth I have also been busy creating. The past few day I made coats for all the well loved canine members of our family.
One of the most heavily pinned images, which was originally shared in March, continues to be “How to Create a Smooth Painted Finish on a Metal Door”.
Created in honor of my Grandmother’s birthday month (April) “Eleanor’s Aprons” were a wonderful success. A portion of the proceeds benefitted the American Heart Association.
There was also the reveal of the One Room Challenge which included the living and dining rooms featuring the Painted French Hutch…
July seemed to be wood working month as the built in cabinets were finally installed in the ginormous fireplace area…
September had us in high gear preparing for a family reunion. Attention was turned to the outside of Storybook Cottage and a brick wall for the flowerbed was installed.
The Son room (aka sun room) finally received some attention in the way of a daybed made from two antique headboards and some pillows made from vintage tea towels.
The big favorite for October always seems to be the annual costume creation. This years ensemble resulted in Becoming Jane which was created for an incredible $10.
November presented a new upstairs bathroom for the Fashionista. A bit of demolition was done and a new tile floor was installed.
I am also feeling very blessed that the numbers are continuing to go through the roof for the Holiday Home Tour Part I…