I recently worked on a custom coat rack project. My client really liked my cork board with knobs, but didn’t necessarily know if she had space/need for the cork part. Together, we came up with the solution seen above. I think it turned out beautiful, and she loved it, too!
I salvaged the wood from the local sawmill here in town, trimmed it down, sanded the back, and attached the knobs and hooks to create a beautiful and functional piece.
Absolutely LOVE this centerpiece with the buttons, burlap, and tree stump!! From the knot (number 8).
I am so excited to be listing this new design! I am re-introducing the rustic seafoam fabric from last summer. I originally had it in a different frame (smaller, whitewashed). I had to discontinue the frame, though, because I moved from Orlando to Cleveland, and apparently that frame is only sold in the south! I am in the process of designing my own whitewash frame, so keep your eyes peeled!
Anyways, I really like it in the barnwood frame! Check it out…
I also recently re-introduced my Dandelion Wishes fabric.
I’ve completed my biggest frame yet! 17.5” x 35”… and those are the measurements on the inside of the opening! I think this cork board turned out beautifully :) It is on it’s way to California now.
More of my frames here.
I <3 Photo Booths!!!
I am becoming obsessed with photo booths! I found this free program (with donation!) made by David Cline last summer, and ever since I’ve been daydreaming about making props and backdrops! Well, it just so turns out that my best friend rented a photo booth for her wedding this June, so we are having a “Prop Party” and I absolutely cannot wait! I am planning on using David’s software for our wedding next summer :)
Ok, so as you know, I make and sell jewelry holders on Etsy, so I can really appreciate this… I stumbled upon this unique jewelry holder today and think it is brilliant!!! I love the lace! It’s so beautiful and vintage and eclectic. Anyways, there is a tutorial showing how to make it on H is for Handmade. She’s got a lot of other fun DIY’s on her blog, too!