Whew–time flies when you’re having so much fun. Today is the 4th week of Design My Adirondack blog hop featuring the ever, so crafty and glittery designer Kathy Cano-Murillo AKA the Crafty Chica Check out the details of Kathy’s design using dozens of little paper cut-outs. Wow–not to mention her color combo! Luv it!
Here’s the full reveal—is this adirondack rockin’ the boat or what!!!! So be sure to visit this Crafty Chica’s blog—she’s also listed the other designers blog sites so be sure to hop on by here—– We’d love to hear your comments too! Enjoy!
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Yesterday was so much fun. I was interviewed on the radio show Project Improvement and got to talk about my new outdoor furniture line.
The show host, John, just happened to be a Tennessee boy–from Nashville and I grew up in Chattanooga.
Every day is a good day!
Design My Adirondack blog hop is LIVE!
Today’s post can be seen at Pat Sloan’s blog
Pat usually paints with fabrics making beautiful quilts for her books, etc—but this time she “painted” a quilt pattern much like a quilt block on a barn for her adirondack! Plus she shared the whole process of how she acheived her design! Way to go Pat! Now all we need is a cowboy to go with that chair! Yeehaw!
P.S. Please be sure to visit the hop each Tuesday! You can check the schedule on the previous post.
Oooh-la-la! I love a painted floor! Especially when it’s yellow. I found this delight at Paisley Wallpaper and flipped when I found out the designer made her own stencil out of foam board. I love DIY decor—and just might barrow this idea to finish off my own painted porch floor to kick it up a notch—but probably not until summer passes as the Florida heat and humidity is mighty vicious this time of year. Want to see how to do this technique— Click here for the how to’s! Enjoy!