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Designing and creating a dream wedding was a walk in the park for Lyn and Luke Hart. After all, nine months into their relationship the pair bought and renovated a 1924 bungalow. And so, on October 1, 2011, they tied the knot on a friend’s fly-fishing ranch a few hours from their home in Portland, Oregon. Their DIY wedding, crafted and built from scratch by the bride and groom with help from friends and family, was made with love and highlighted the event’s pristine natural surroundings. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
use as storage in the garage, not for lighting. by Apr 19
Yes, I am a nerd.
D ana’s chalk lettering is out of this world. She has such amazing typography skills and has worked for clients such as; Google Inc., Rugby Ralph Lauren, West Elm, Adidas, The Ace Hotel, Reader’s Digest/EveryDay with Rachael Ray, Harper Collins UK and much more.
all 3 of us decided to work on one together! The girls started off by dripping and brushing rubber cement all over a canvas When the rubber cement was dry I placed a few coffee filters on the canvas we dripped food coloring onto the filters then sprayed them with water until the edges began to fall
Since it is the day before Friday (otherwise known as Thursday), we wanted to share with you another of our Top 5 contestants in the “Coolest Space in Your Place” blogs! Ellie Sibiga has graciously agreed to share her husband’s blog post about how they made a fantastic dining room table. An impressive DIY, pay close attention and watch the table take shape right before your eyes! Thursday, August 4, 2011 Posted By: Tommy Sibiga
If you’ve read this blog more than just once you probably know I have a bit of a thing for using natural elements to decorate my home, and for a budget-savvy gal like me, there’s no better way of introducing this textural earthiness to a space than via a great-outdoors scavenger hunt. So, until money grows on trees, I’m taking my free share of what already does…twigs that is. This starburst inspired wreath was basically free and super-duper fast and easy to make.