This last weekend was our church flea market, where we always seem to be able to find great treasures. This year we really made out well though. I left with a few nice planters, linens, baby things, and a nice buffet that will be perfect for our new dining room. My favorite find though was an old framed Jesse Wilcox Smith print from the Mercy HS Library. I am in LOVE with this picture, and Jesse Wilcox Smith is one of my favorite children’s book illustrators to date. Did I mention that this was only $2? Talk about a steal!
Last year I picked up this old frame. It’s 2×3 feet, and I intended to use it for a painting that I have here, but I found a new purpose for it for last weekend’s Hearts & Crafts show. My dad had some old insulation panels in the garage, which worked out perfectly for a homemade cork board. I went on a hunt that evening for some fabric and (after some fancy stapling) I was done! Easy breezy. It sure beats rummaging through a pile of prints on a table – you can’t beat the convenience of visibility!
I’ve been trying to work on my branding a bit. My blog makeover from a few weeks back has inspired me to focus on other aspects of my brand too. I had this stamp made with my new logo, which I hope to use on some packaging or maybe even the envelopes in my cards.
Some new things for our nursery. I’m sure (like me) that you’re all wondering when this closing will be so I can finally stop talking about the mystery house. We are still hoping for one week from today (cross your fingers!). Will the anxiousness never end!