Real Life

May 07, 2013

So, as you’ve probably gathered from lack of recent posts, things around here have been busy. Good, but busy.
Last week I took some pictures of my studio so you could see how organized and uncluttered my life is. (hopefully you are hearing the sarcasm)

Pretty much my studio was imploding on me and I couldn’t breathe. I had ordered a pallet-load of art supplies that came on a semi-truck and I needed to put them somewhere. Thankfully, I have a husband who thrives on organizing, so he created some more spaces for me to store my things and today it looks much better. 
How lucky am I that I get to order art supplies for my job?? I’m still pinching myself.

Spring has arrived and things are looking so beautiful outside. My roses are on the verge of blooming and this makes me a little bit giddy.  I gathered flowers to create some bouquets for a Spring banquet I helped with for our church ladies.

I pretty much just emptied my house and used my decor to decorate the banquet. Super-easy and pretty. Here’s what I used to decorate the tables:
:: brown kraft paper as a tablecloth
:: paper doilies
:: old blue mason jars filled with freshly picked flowers from my yard
:: random old things to create variety like an old scale and old books

And, of course, my world revolves around signs right now, so I had to show you my latest creation. Isn’t the color just perfect? Siiigh. Totally wanted to keep this one.

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