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Jorja version 2.0

March 2nd, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

It’s fixed! My OCB is satisfied. Had to post this as well. 😀

— Rosey

March 2nd, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

My OCB kicked in and I redid Jorja’s lettering. I will post the updated version tomorrow. Today, I want to write about the plans I have for Natalie’s room. It’s a shortlist of DIYs. My sister suggested I use the Disney Princesses to decorate but I really wanted something more unique and personal for my daughter. The theme for her room is fairytales. Right now, her bedroom is painted lavender with white moulding. Her crib and her incoming dresser will be chocolate. I have a friend who is giving me a toy chest for her room as well as a rocking horse. I think the missing items left are a bookcase, a rug, and possibly more storage.

This is the shortlist of DIYs:

  1. Custom baby clip holder wreath based on Snow White
  2. Her name in wooden letters – each painted with a pattern
  3. A mobile made of various magical fairytale objects
  4. My friend Ashley is giving me a glass slipper. I will either make a pillow for it or buy one.
  5. A slew of special baby clips

I will start on this list once I’m done all my gift projects. I hope to post some tutorials eventually. The thought of tutorials right now are really hard to swallow because I don’t think I’m ready yet for what’s involved in preparing/writing one. I’m back to working on Leah’s hoop tonight.

— Rosey

Leah Wip#1

March 1st, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

I am really pleased at how my lettering has progressed. I think I may have stumbled on lettering I’ll use for all the names I have to do. I am contemplating redoing Jorja’s lettering. Oyy. Perfectionists always make more work for themselves. I really do enjoy doing lettering.

Tonight I hope to start on the little friend for Leah or Leah herself. I imagine this project to be done by the end of the week.

I’m also looking for straw wreaths around here. I want to use one as a personal DIY for Natalie’s room. I hope to post instructions and perhaps a tutorial if I can ever get my hands on one. Ordering online costs $10.00 at least in shipping for a $3.00 item. If I can’t find anything around here, I may just cave in.

— Rosey

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