Not much time to post today- but here is a super cute picture of Pickle & I being silly last night. AND an adorable picture that Chris took of Miss. Olive Pie (that is what I call her- Pickle Juice & Olive Pie). ANND a sneak peak at the post I'm working on for tomorrow!
Goood Morning, and happy hump day! Here is ANOTHER washi tape DIY for you! I 100% got this idea off the internet. I am not sure if it was pinterest or not, b/c when I went back to look at a picture of it- I never could find it.
Just as well, I created the outline for my abstract line design by using black electric tape. That is how I achieved the rounded parts of its outlined shape. As you can pull, stretch it and manipulate electric tape to do what you want. Keep in mind it isn't as sticky so if you want it to stay up for more than a day- I'd at least use washi tape.
The rest of the wall, and the outline on the door frames for an extra pop of color was done using wash tape! .
In the college, the two paintings were done by me, a picture of Frida Kahlo (one of my favorite artist), a rose from the bouquet of flowers Chris gave me when we went to Frida's exhibit and two polariods. One of which was the 1st picture that I took in 2014 and it came out completely white, just exposed film- but symbolic of a clean slate-fresh start-endless possibilities!
I am constantly rearranging, regrouping, reorganizing my room to stay inspired (& busy) and washi, masking & electric tape makes it very easy for me re-invent my space quickly and cost efficiently.
Good Morning! It totally feels like a Monday for me, as I had yesterday off for the holiday. I hope all of you who had the day off from work enjoyed it some how. The weather was fabulous this weekend in Atlanta!
Anywho, here is the collar necklace that I am wearing today. We are making Egyptian collar necklaces in 1st grade, so I thought this would be good inspiration/pair nicely with my lesson. My high school art teacher (Mrs. Mick- one of the greatest ladies ever! & a wonderful (tough) art teacher) used to poke fun at me for always matching my artwork. It is a tradition I have carried over into my career and I think she'd be proud- or at least amused!
Below is pictures step by step how I put this thing together. Super easy!!!
Here is the last two looks from the shoot I did this summer with Lori Neeley and Chris Burden. These two looks are soo colorful and soo much fun!!!
The palazzo pants are vintage and used to be my grandmothers. The stretch in the waste band is completely stretched out, so I must use a staftey pin to keep them up! Otherwise, they are perfect and sooo comfortable to wear! Here I just paired it with a bikini top and a pair of Sweedish Hasbeens sandals .
The second outfit is a vintage skirt (from the thrift store) and sequin daisy top from Urban Outfitters and Sweedish Hasbeens sandals.
Hair & makeup: Lori Neeley from Union16 Salon
Styling: My wardrobe & I!
Photography: Chris Burden
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