I’m so thrilled with how this table turned out! When I set out to find a table for this little reading nook (ok, that includes magazines 🙂 too) I only had an idea of the size I wanted to find. When I found this table at a local thrift store it didn’t look great. It had been stained lumpy & unevenly.READ MORE
In just a few months, a wonderful opportunity for local Amarillo artists and residents will be ending. The Arts in the Sunset that was established by Ann Crouch to give artists reasonably priced places to work & sell art will be closing all individual galleries and ending the First Friday Art Walks that have provided residents of Amarillo & the surrounding areas an art & entertainment filled Friday night each month.READ MORE
I came across an article the other day that disagreed with Marie Kondo’s ‘Spark Joy’ method when organizing tools. It was coincidental timing since I had literally been organizing our tools and other garage stuff for the past two days — and I wasn’t googling looking for the article either.READ MORE
We’ve just released our newest animals from the 2019 Jaunty Animals Calendar as wall art prints! Each one is available as a 5″x7″, 8″x10″ and a new bigger size, 11″x14″. These quirky animals come signed and with a sturdy backer, all ready to pop into a frame.
At the end of each year comes the end of usefulness for that yearly calendar, but it doesn’t have to be. Cutting out the illustrations from last year’s calendar to reuse & repurpose them is a fun and easy DIY craft project! You can make your old calendar illustrations into a quirky animal collage of wall art prints or you can turn them into a whimsical animal garland to hang in kid’s rooms, your office or any place that can use a fun, make you smile, element of whimsy!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- – Last year’s Jaunty Animals calendar
- – Scissors
- – Bakers twine
- – Tape