I have been tweaking a little bit here and there and finally was able to hang up some of my prim goodies. It is funny because I keep making stuff for myself and then piling it all up in my entry way (lol). I guess I am just waiting for someone to come along and hang it all up for me (lol). Do you all remember the “Miracles Happen” sign that I made? Well, I finally found the perfect little place for it. I put it in my hallway as you walk into my family room or into the entry way of course close to pictures of my little miracle baby “Cameron”. It looks pretty good if I do say so myself. I saw the stencil and knew that it would be perfect on my wall.
So, what do you think of the tweaking that I did? I thought it looked pretty good. I also went and picked up some paint samples for my entry way wall and my hallway. The pictures above are just the plain old white paint that was on our walls when I moved into the house and they are in need of a paint job. I picked up 4 different samples and there are 2 samples that are in a close 1st place, but we are just trying to figure out which one we like better. The first sample is called Butter Cookie and the other is Spanish Chestnut. They are both pretty similar, but just aren’t sure which one to go with yet. Here are the pictures of the paint samples. So, which one do you like the best? The Butter Cookie is the one on the right of the first picture and of course you can tell which one is the Spanish Chestnut because it is marked.
Well, my husband has his first day of school/work tomorrow and the first official day for students is Tuesday. Wow, I sure am going to miss him. He has helped me so much and when I needed a little break… well, he gave me one and allowed me to go paint, stencil or something. It was so nice!! I am however going to take advantage of some free time that I have this evening and start painting my trash bin that I bought at the GW store so hopefully in a couple days I will have yet another make-over for all of you. So, stay tuned ladies!!
Until Next Time… Lisa