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This past week I started to focus on some stencil tutorials via video. A few behind the scenes filming showing tips and tricks are starting to compile on Instagram Stories HERE if you desire to peek!
Adding videos to some posts is sort of a new thing as well. I do love the outcome, however by golly it sure eats up time when you aren’t use to doing them! I’m slowly getting more efficient with them though! I’ve been adding videos to store listings to offer more of an overview so here’s hoping they are somewhat helpful. HERE is an example in-store.
I’ve also been busy with my pottery class! I didn’t want to go this past week because of some ‘wheel drama’ (spat goes the clay!) however I had a good run this past week working on mugs! YES! Anything for coffee I say. I’ll put together another post on it next week to update.
And I even made something amid all that filming and clay smashing…
The fall signs of my year-long dreams finally got out there, creating an apple cider station of sorts! This was a fun one! The blog post showcases some advanced stenciling tips creating a flecked drop shadow effect with video. Check it out if you’d like to add more dimension to your own stenciled work!
Care to pack rustic, fall decor, and something delicious all in one fell swoop? This little crate shelf does exactly that! Genius. Full stencil details are inside this post.
Got a big ‘ol toolbox or trunk? Here’s how to turn it into an industrial trunk instead! How i love this look and the hidden wonders it can hide inside…
Gee… I have one of these. Maybe…
Dear vintage mirror and dresser fans… feast your eyes on what to do with the part that generally breaks off! How I adore this look!
I miss this kind of decorating, I think I need to go search for some broken dressers.
It’s hard to believe how this super hip mirror with a heavy dash of vintage-vibe started out. I cannot believe how dramatic this paint treatment transformed it! Beautiful job and LOVE the numbers.
With map signs all the rage, this one stole my heart. I just love the weathered looking fabric scraps, wood and of course, a map to call home. Super sweet execution!
So THIS is what happens when a bunch of rusty junk take a dive into an orange can of paint under the focus of someone super creative… this detailing is wild! I’d love to try making one that’s totally all rusted over…
At first glance, I thought these were pretty silk leaves spun into an autumn wreath on a lovely window. But how wrong I was! They are SO much more, and you can make them too! Get out your paint, follow this tutorial and give it a whirl!
What have you made this past week? Link up below!
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