It began with a dated 1970's hutch makeover, continued with a mason jar chandelier and fence board backsplash and now I want to share one of my smaller projects that gives a pop of color
to our kitchen.
We have yellow on our walls and aqua as the accent color in our kitchen project. We took some old ceramic canisters, spray painted them, and I used my Cricut cutting machine to cut vinyl letters as labels. I love how it continues to bring this project together. For more details and to see the rest of the projects click on the link below
Special and simple are not mutually exclusive in my opinion! It's so easy to throw together an elegant brunch with a casual feel. Using many of my heirloom pieces, including my
grandmother's tablecloth, creates a vintage feel while the white washed pots filled with daffodils keep things fresh and light. Flour sack towels were cut in half to make napkins which I stenciled with Spring-y scenes. And I'm all set for an lovely Easter Brunch Buffet! ~Vanessa #SpringFever#Easter#SpringDecor
I posted earlier about updating my end table with paint and postcard graphics. Well, Francesca also needed a little update behind the scenes, so to speak. Another fun project thanks to Karen - The Graphics Fairy...»