Spring is in the air and I definitely have caught spring fever! This has always been my favorite season for lots of reasons, but mostly the flowers. I have been loving all of the blooming monograms out there and so I thought it would be fun to put my own spin on it and do an entire word. It’s an easy project and it was fairly cheap if you can find good deals.
This is everything you will need. I got the paper mache letters at JoAnn’s and the flowers from Michaels (50% off!) Both of these stores always have coupons so if what you’re getting isn’t on sale you can still get a good deal. Then you’re just going to need to use a box cutter, some spray paint, command strips and a hot glue gun (which I forgot to show…oops!)
Cutting off the top layer was pretty simple and actually once you started cutting you could just tear the rest off and it would tear right along the edge.
After all the tops were cut off I spray painted the letters with my favorite color of spray paint – Valspar Color Radiance in Mirage (which is like a light aqua)
Then I just pulled all the tops off of my flowers and hot glued them inside the letters. You could also fill the letters with floral styrofoam but my letters weren’t very deep so I didn’t use it.
Hang them up using the command strips and you’re done. Super easy and so, so cute!
So I’ve been wanting to redo my master bedroom and I’m excited to share it with all of you! I went with more neutral tones (although I did add a touch of aqua ;))
I used Rustolem Chalked paint in linen white to redo my dressers. They were a dark brown before and I just wanted a lighter, fresher look. I LOVED this product. There was no sanding or priming required. You do have to brush it on instead of using a paint roller but I like seeing some of the brush strokes that give it more of a vintage look. I did have to apply 3 coats to get enough coverage but it turned out awesome! After the coats had dried, I distressed the edges and also added some oil rubbed bronze hardware. I finished up with the Rustoleum protective top coat in matte clear.
For Christmas I received a new upholstered bed from Wayfair in a charcoal color. With my current grey bedspread it just wasn’t going to work. So I looked everywhere for a new bedspread and finally ended up finding the perfect new comforter set from Bed, Bath and Beyond (Madison Park Pure Elena in aqua)
I decided I wanted to go with a more light and flowing look for my window treatments and finally found the perfect window sheers from Target (Threshold Clipped Sheer Curtain Panels in white) They have a really pretty pattern on them. I got the 95″ length because I wanted them to pool on the floor. I love how it adds so much softness to the room.
Target was my go-to place for a lot of my room. I also found the settee and starburst mirror there.
The lamps and side mirror were from Home Goods. I think adding more mirrors to the room also added more light and elegance.
My goal for this room was to feel like I was waking up in a hotel room every morning and I feel like I achieved that. I love the more grown-up and timeless look that it has.
This is the wreath I made for my mom for Mother’s Day. She loves the color purple and hydrangeas so I thought this would be perfect. I was in such a hurry to put this together (we went out of town this weekend) that I forgot to take pictures while I was putting it together! But here’s how I did it…
I bought a 12 inch chipboard wreath form from Hobby Lobby 1/2 off for only $2. I love the BIG hydrangeas and got these at Michaels (also 1/2 off – about $4 a piece). I cut the flowers off of the stems and there was still bit of stem left…so I decided instead of hot gluing them I would drill holes through the form to stick them in and then also hot glued inside the hole to hold them in place. Then I hot glued some of the leaves between the hydrangeas. To top it off I just bought some matching purple ribbon to hang it with. Simple and beautiful