I couldn't sleep last night so I decided to redecorate a stranger's home. I looked online for a listed house that was unfurnished (easier to edit) and found this 1980 Texas split-level with amazing Mexican hex tile. The same tile was used throughout the ground floor of my dad's hotel when I was growing up, and I always thought it was so cool.
Here are the original pics of the listing followed by my magic!
I just did this to pass time but it turned out so pretty that I had to share it! Of course it's completely wonky and the later the night went on the more sloppy I got with the editing, but I'm so into this style that I just invented! Does it have a name?
Monday, November 7, 2011
Friday, November 4, 2011
I blogged a lot about this wedding craft so I might as well post the results, huh? I didn't get a good shot of the ring bearer's accessories, but if you look closely you can see the bow tie and his mom holding the ring pillow. I also whipped up a headband for Kate using the first bow tie I attempted that came out too small.
I seem to remember snapping a photo of the guy who caught the garter sporting my hard work as a sweatband (I'm not making any sarcastic implications here; I was really excited when he displayed my handiwork!) but that photo does not exist on my camera. I'm not surprised. My friend, Mr. Cabernet, may have told me to delete it or it's possible he accidentally handed me someone else's camera.
It was such a beautiful, fun and unique wedding and I was happy to be a part of it! Enjoy some more of the photos..