Well hello there loves, I know it's been a while since my last blog post.
Honestly I just haven't really been in the creative mood lately.
I even skipped Easter decorating this year!
A whole new low for me ... lol
But I did manage to re-decorate our entry a bit in the style I drool
over these days "ECLECTIC -SCANDI - BOHO - MOROCCAN"
and whatewahhhhh else you might call it!
Let me share with you...
I figured for a true scandi-boho look one needs to have a pet cow scull, right?
I know some of you peeps might disagree with an animal scull, but like I
keep saying "I already ate the cow" so this is considered re-cycling, right?
I wrapped my cow scull in some gorgeous new Moroccan string-lights,
do you dig them as much as I do? (More details on those at the bottom of this post).
Here you see the entire entry wall, I started creating a little
gallery wall above the staircase, still a work in progress.
OK, as promised here is the scoop on the Moroccan string-lights,
I found them on AMAZON, love them but from far away they
reminded me of Christmas, so I decided to give them a coat of paint.
So Annie Sloan chalk paint to the rescue, I used French Linen. Took a while to cover them with a little brush, but totally worth it.
Materials I used for this project:
- Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (Local Antique Store)
- Stringlights (Amazon)