I've been been working on some slowly developing projects and left without anything even vaguely interesting to write about.
And I wanted to have a little fun so this week I went over to Vera's Daughter to pick up a couple of furniture pieces that haven't sold and ended up helping her reset half the store. That's fun. Becky, the owner, is so talented and I always learn so much working with her.
Then yesterday I went over to a friend's house and we finished up a project we've been planning for like a year.
Way back, I was helping her clean out a shelf and came across a collection of pieces that her girls had made in art classes over the years.
I'm a fan of childrens' art so it took me about 2 seconds to blurt out "oh! we have to do something with these!" I then proceeded to tell her how I had just seen the coolest 3D art gallery wall over at Jeannie's place. And then being the bossy friend that I am, I told her to get a great color of apple or lime green and paint a bunch of frames up (that she had hanging around in her garage) so we could make a cool 3D art gallery wall in her house.
Then being the good, obedient friend that she is, she went out an found this Rustoleum spray paint in a color that was way cooler than any I had imagined and sprayed up a bunch of frames.
That was a LONG time ago.
Yesterday we did it.
We hung the frames.
We hung the art.
And drank coffee.
It took like an hour.
I love it!
But more importantly . . .
She loves it.
And so do her girls.
It's a success.
Do you have something that would look great in a 3D art gallery?
Make something wonderful today!
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