Thursday, February 26, 2015

I Heart Art.

I really do.  I may not be the best at it, but I have a blast creating swap-able, inexpensive pieces to hang around our home.  I've dabbled in super amateur art before. Hereherehereherehere and here.


Then last spring I created a few more pieces on some scrap wood I had stashed in our hall closet.



This past winter, I painted another scrap piece to help make a statement next to our Christmas tree.





After we took all of our Christmas decor down I was craving a bit of spring.  It's been very chilly, and once the holiday season ends, I am NOT a fan of the colder, darker months.  To combat the current season, I added pops of coral and citron to our great room.  An inexpensive way to get these colors into our living space was to update some of the art I previously painted above.  I can't wait to share it all soon!!

Anyone else ready for winter to end?!?!

14 comments:

  1. can't wait to see the new colors and YES SO SICK OF WINTER.

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    1. It's felt like a veryyyyy long season this year! Booooo!

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  2. Pretty! I always love your colors!

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  3. Love it all and can't wait to see the update

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  4. Your art is so pretty...do you sell it anywhere? I love the statement art you made for your Christmas tree. You're very talented, Gabbi!

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    1. Thank you SO very much, Valerie! That's so sweet of you to say! :) No, unfortunately, I don't currently sell my art.

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  5. All of it is super cute! I love, love, love the "All you need is love" sign with the ombre paint color. So pretty!

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  6. Yesssss.... so ready for winter to end! So. So. Ready.

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    1. For real! Today is the first day of spring....anddddddd it's snowing here. :(

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  7. Adorable! I love the 4 pieces you did for your bedroom with the painted stripes. Thanks for including the tutorial for that. I think I found my next weekend project! :)

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    1. Thanks so much, Caryl Anne! Have fun....show me your final product! ;)

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