In an earlier post, I mentioned a little bit about a potential new house my hubby and I were looking to move into. Well, after deals, inspections, some surprises from the inspection, more dealing, and eventually an acceptance, it is official; we are moving into, and renovating a new home in about a months time (and not to mention I’ll be having the baby in two months!)
Talk about a crazy whirlwind of events this winter!
Needless to say, I will not be setting up our Christmas tree (which really bums me out because I was totally hoping to be one of those crazies on the street that have it up November 1st). Instead, we’ll be packing everything up.
So, to get my little fix of Christmas decorating before I pack everything away, I thought I’d share a little project I did using an old frame I found at a Goodwill, spray painted, and left to sit empty for about 2 years (and considering our hectic schedule in the next while, this saying might be needed every once in awhile!)
Using a lot of materials I already had on hand (including glittery letters from my wedding, and fabric from some project I didn’t get around to doing), I started by measuring (which in my case meant ‘eyein’ it), and cutting out pieces of fabric.