Inside the sweetest tiny home nestled in a snowstorm of glitter.
A foiled vintage image and and cunningly wrapped note were treasures to be discovered.
All the treats of Christmas were listed. I wait each year for peppermint ice cream. Delish!
Isn't this bitty framed image adorable? Kris Malone is the girl behind the #8. Visit her blog for more eye candy.
Just toooo cute for words!
If you hadn't noticed, I was taking these photos in the dark. Actually dawn. Art Major daughter had her last exam/critique today for first quarter at DAAP. She spent the night putting the final touches to one last project.
She used recycled materials and some new bling to construct this graffiti laden window frame.
The photo's do not show how sparkly this really is. Her prof originally wanted her to use rhinestones but price became a HUGE factor there. Seed beads and bags of craft store crystals still lent a contrast between cardboard and street art and diamonds and jewels.
She has been working on this for weeks but it always seems there is more to add when the deadline arrives. She went to bed this morning at 5:30 and set her alarm for 6:30. Do you think she got ANY sleep?
Of course this was not the only work she had to complete this week but it was the last! Phew! Now she has a break until January. What will she do with all that time?
We are planning a bedroom/studio redo for her. I am thinking of using this piece as the theme. Any ideas?
Have a bright and shiny day, P.