You probably would have if I was an awesome blogger that actually kept up with her blog. Sorry :)
SO, please tell me-what would you like to see more on this blog? Lately I've come to a realization that I just don't have enough time for everything in my life. Therefore, the blog has gone neglected. But I really want to keep up with it...just not sure where I want to take it.
I'm thinking I'll just keep posting as many "creations" and things as I feel you might all be interested in and see how that goes?
Aren't these gorgeous? I love the organic look of these, and would love a legit metal set of bracelets like these, but why do that when I can gather some twigs in my yard, glue and tie them together and spray paint them for FREE!
I have been soooooo busy. It kind of sucks. Well, no, it's good, but it's hard to blog lately. Tomorrow I start school and I'm pretty excited. Excited, but nervous because it will be difficult. BUT it will be worth it.
I have some exciting tutorials I've been meaning to post, and haven';t had the time to do it, but I will be posting them this week, fo sho!!
So...I wanted a pair of Toms. Wanted them reeeeeeeeeaaaaaaally bad. So I went to buy them. And couldn't find the ones I wanted. It turns out that the ones I wanted aren't sold that way-they were made the way I wanted them. Are you following me? I saw a pair of Toms with cute embroidered flowers all over them. They were an aqua blue with red orange nd yellow flowers all over them and I fell in love with them. I was ready to shell out the $60+ to acquire them, too, and then I learned the cold hard truth.
So, I figured I would buy some and paint them. Perfect. But then I realized that not all of my projects turn out well, so maybe just maybe I should practice on a cheaper pair of canvas shoes first. So, I went on Amazon.com and looked for a cheap pair of canvas shoes and found fake Toms. Yep. Not Bobs, not Toms, just a regular old canvas Toms like shoe. Awesome. Even better for $16...Yep...$16.
So I painted them. And I love them. I painted navy blue "wires" with lighter blue birds sitting on the wires. Then I took puffy fabric paint and wrote some quotes on the bottom, outside, left and right of each shoe.