I’m a bad blogger–really. I start projects and get so involved that I forget to take photos. When I do take photos, they are taken with my iPhone. I’m impatient and hate photo editing. I don’t follow a “schedule”– at all. I should probably hang my head in shame, but I don’t do a post for every single holiday, nor do I even decorated for things like Valentines Day and St Patrick’s Day. I do Seasons and Major holidays, but not all the little one day and gone holidays. Simply cannot be bothered–sad, I know. Is there a blogger hell?
I blog about my home and yard projects, about gifts I make, decor for the house and items I put in my shop, The Decorated Nest Shop on Etsy.
Keeping that in mind I wanted to show you a couple of quick things that I have done in between working on the guest room, entertaining out of town guests and just plain living life.
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This is the display I did this year of my grandchildren’s photos. I had this cute rack hanging in my office and used my Cricut Explore to cut out patterned paper clipboards. I put the photos on with double-sided tape and clipped them onto the rack.
How easy is that! Cute kids, right?
Lots of empty clips to add candid shots taken throughout the year too!
We have a few weddings coming up soon and here is one of the shower gifts I made for a shower last Sunday.
Don’t know why it’s showing up blue in the photo (see, awesome photography and editing skills), it’s black but the bride-to-be was very happy and I had a few inquiries about orders too! It was made with painted pallet wood and vinyl lettering and embellishments cut with my Cricut Explore This is a custom item and available for order in the shop!
Things are getting busy around here. I love this time of year.
Thanks for stopping by,
The post “A Bridal Shower Gift & Fun Photo Display” was first seen on The Decorated Nest blog and was written by Karen Ploransky