Last month we did a challenge on Spring crafts and we have also done spring before. So this time around we chose an entirely new to us project. We are going to show you our epic hits and epic fails, chosen from our past projects as bloggers. Some of these are not very popular so you may be seeing them for the first time.
The Epic Hits
1. The Chalkboard Wall (Seeing Black)
Sometimes I’ll draw a pretty theme like the one for spring below, and the kids will come along and write strange words on it…never a dull moment! Ahh what else can a mom ask for? Now I know you all think I’m corny, but it’s these little things that mean so much in my life.
2. The Accidental Tri-Colored Table
I really love that blond wood and it serves as much more than just a table. I also use it to photograph on because of the warm wood grain and pretty color. So it is serving double duty for me. What more can I ask for. A beautiful, solid wood table that also acts as backdrop!
3. The Wall Organizer (The Twine Lady Returns)
I’ve had this placed over my desk for a while now and it has turned out to be so practical.I cannot overstate this. I just used mini clothespins and attached my notes up there. Whenever I need something for the blog, I just have to look up. You can see my reality photo below. It looks like a mess but I know exactly what is what and at a moment’s glance. So aside from being light, airy and pretty it is above all else super practical. And it’s next to my babies!
4. The Showcase Table
The cassette holder is a display for my seashell collection. A collection which my husband along with the kids found at the beach. So you see, this table is a project of love bringing many special family moments together.
The Epic Fails
1. The Toilet Paper Roll Thingy (My Irrational Obsession with Paper Rolls)
At the height of my obsession I created this monstrosity and placed it above the sliding doors in the living room. To find out why I was driven to this read here. And what happened to this thingy? It later ended up in the fireplace!!
2. The Scarf Hanger
I see it as an epic fail but my girl likes it. I think the hooks are too close together to be good for scarves. She doesn’t care, she says it is good for belts. I guess that’s how you turn an epic fail into a pass! Of course that smudge on the top still needs to be taken care of!
3. A Tray Becomes a Frame
It just goes to show you that you can re-repurpose anything! And there is nothing wrong with changing your mind more than once … or twice!
4. The Story of a Dresser
Cover it up!! End of story!!
Some things are just meant to be fails forever…
These have been my epic hits and epic fails. Some of them were mendable, others not so much. Do you have any epic fails? Let me know so I can feel better!
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