I bought these flowers with the intention of using them to compliment some new party decor for my etsy store (flags! bunting! gold leather!) BUT then they were so pretty on their own I decided to give them there very own creative update.
I love playing with flowers and always enjoy experimenting with new combinations. Like white wine + florals. Yum.
Not to mention our poor bar car was in desperate need of some styling love! It may have still been sporting it’s easter decor, not to mention the dust from 3+ months of neglect…
And I couldn’t resist tossing my favorite chair in the mix. Of course flowers aren’t the onlythings that look great in that chair! (click the links! hint: cute animals ahead!)
And finally, just in case I piqued your curiosity, here’s a sneak peak of some of the yummy bunting I’m working on- silkscreened hearts + gold lame leather letters for the win! It should be in the store by next week…
Thanks for stopping by and indulging my floral frenzy and I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
I am on the brink of a new (big, huge, terrifying, moreinfocomingsoon) creative/work decision, and so while my head is swimming with ideas and projects and goals and all these other not-quite-ready to actualize plans, I’ve decided I need a tangible and immediate creative outlet.
So, I am going to execute one personal creative project per week from start to finish, and share the results here- process, progress, pictures. Whatever. Just so long as it gets done.
But since then it’s been a whirlwind of creative activity here at the corner of Winston and Main.
And it feels good. Really good. The more creative projects I actually execute from start to finish (as opposed to the lists and piles of unfinished projects that tend to infiltrate and stagnate my creative life), the more creative and motivated I feel to make more.
And the closer my weekly projects are coming to aligning with all those not-quite-ready to actualize plans I mentioned up there. Funny how that works, huh?
These table numbers are part of my DIY column over on Broke-Ass Bride and I have to say I’m pretty pleased with them. They’re bright, fun, and free-standing, and would add a perfect pop of color to any modern table.
They were the perfect petite jumping off point, and I’m positively thrilled with my continuing geometric endeavors. In fact, I’ve turned into a total math nerd over here and am churning out more geometric art/decor than I know what to do with….
Apparently bright paint + unfinished wood makes me happy.
And that little piñata.
Could that thing be any more adorable?
And have you also found creativity to be cumulative?