I've gotta show you the slipcover for my ottoman and some pillows I sewed. I couldn't resist this tweed plaid suiting. My work clothes consist of comfortable cottons that allow me to clean, play light sabers, hide and seek, as well as much more. I guess I wanted something to feel dressed up and polished:)
Let me tell you that working with this plaid was a bear! The plaid is not square but rectangular. Therefore, I had a time of it matching up the ruffle. It took an extra trip to JoAnn's fabric and a few choice words when the kids weren't around. But after a little perseverance, I got it done.
Anyways, on to my dust niches, I mean, art niches. I'm not sure why they decided to cut out 2 holes in the wall so high up. I have to drag out the 8' ladder and climb almost to the top step to reach up here. Needless to say, they don't get dusted like they should. I decided I would make myself start decorating them for the seasons. Here is what I came up with:
In the top picture, I made that Ballard look alike sign. Here is what Ballard's looks like
Here is a close up of mine:
Okay, it's a little larger, but I had a gigantic space to fill. What do you think?
Well, there you have it. My fall decorations in a nutshell. If you have any suggestions for some tweaks here or there, I would love to here them!
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