Now that we got that out of the way, back to the blog at hand:
One of my favorite decorated rooms in our house would have to be our main bathroom. I have had the decor the same for years because I truly love the colors, flow and feel. But this past week I noticed a blaring empty spot. Since the decor was originally set for our seminary apartment, and our currently rental is a good deal larger, the dreaded "empty spot" was bound to happen.
After hunting through the craft room I found a picture frame with glass I had purchased from a yard sale for .50 cents. The frame was a dark dark cherry wood, but after a bit of spray paint and a little smudging to antique it, I ended up with this:
OOOO, AHHHH so pretty! After a short period of admiring I pulled out the fabric I had used when I made the bird pictures above. I cut out a coordinating piece and attached it to cardboard with fabric glue.
You can see the original frame color as I decided not to waist paint on the back. Once the fabric was attached, I assembled the frame and added a scripture with a dry erase marker.
I L-O-V-E my little scripture frame and once it took its place in the empty spot I was down right giddy!
The camera didn't quite pick up the white (booo for bad yellow lighting!), but it does stand out very well! The best part, I found a pack of dry erase markers, 6 total, at staples for $1! I love the fact that I will be able to change the scripture each week to match what we are studying.
So how about you, have you made anything fun this week?