Monday, February 27, 2017
A friend ordered this canvas as a shower gift for a baby boy. She wanted gray stripes with red and navy blue as the accent colors. The gray stripes were easy, but I had to find a way to get the other two colors in there and have all three compliment each other.
I decided that the navy would show up best as the lettering and frame and did the red in polka dots in the background. The name is pretty long so I chose a little more delicate font that was still plenty masculine.
I think this one turned out so cute! It will look great over a crib now and a bed later!
Friday, February 24, 2017
Our friends had a new baby girl, Maggie Mae. I painted this canvas for them as a baby shower gift. The background is cream and there is a pale pink and white crown. The name is added in a beautiful cursive in chocolate brown. I topped it all off with pink sating ribbon. There's glitter added for extra sparkle!
I think this one is so pretty! Congratulations, Katie and Slayden!
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Aren't these just great for a team of teacher? I can just picture all of these hanging together down a school hallway!
Ms. Modic ordered one for herself and one for each member of her teacher team in the school colors of royal blue, orange, and white. She wanted designs in the same colors but in different patterns. She specifically asked for no polka dots. I got creative and came up with lots of stripes and chevrons. I love how the different fonts compliment the different designs.
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Friday, February 17, 2017
Lauren turned 12! We celebrated with a game night birthday party and sleepover. I decorated our cabin with classic games like Candyland, Monopoly, and Scrabble. The centerpiece was a life size Candyland game that ran all trough the cabin.
Lauren is learning how to sew. She made the simple Scrabble tile pillows as party favors for each of her guests. The letters are their initials!
The Candyland game ended with a "candy bar" at the King Candy square. I had the large posters made at our local Teacher's Center to mark each one of the special characters from the game.
The best part of the night was watching my girl with her friends and family. The family stayed for food and gifts, but the friends partied on into the night (morning)!
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Adorable! I love this navy blue, kelly green, and white combination. This is a great color palette for a boy's room of any age.
This is a custom etsy order based on a listing of the same design in a different color. Remember that I am happy to create any of my designs in your colors of choice. I want each one to be special, unique, and perfect for you!