These are 20 inch initials that I painted on a curved wall in a baby's room today. The picture really isn' that great. I am absolutely in love with this room that is decorated in turquoise zebra print with gold distressed turquoise, lime and red funiture. It's so cool! Since this was my first paid project for painting on walls, I wasn't sure how much time it would take. This took me about 3 1/2 hours and I charge $20 an hour. Let me know if you'd like something painted in a room in your house. I think it makes a huge statement!
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Monday, August 24, 2009
I know this first picture is not great and doesn't do these signs any justice! So, look at the individual ones and imagine them all put together. You might recognize the first one of the series from an earlier post. After finishing that one, they ask for more to complete their entry wall. I think they all turned out pretty cool and this State Farm Agency is going to have the most unique art on their walls! Thanks Courtney for letting me be a part of this fun project! The two signs on the ends are 16x20 and the one in the center is a 2 inch deep 16x16. This set of 3 cost $130 and is likey to change due to the cost of the 16x16 size.
These are initial letters I did for my new niece, Elliott. I love her bedding! It's super bright and fun just like the signs I made. At first, I was worried that they might be a little busy, but now I love them! The two on the end are 12x12 squares and the middle one is an 11x14. They are lined with a variety of polka dots and hang with cute stripes and dots with an extra tie at the top. The cost of this set of 3 is $85.
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
I painted this sign for a new neighbor down the street who has two precious girls, Hannah & Hailey. She wanted something for their bathroom to match the hot pink and lime green towel that she monogrammed. Let me know if you need something monogrammed, because she does some really great work for really good prices!
This sign was made for my mother-in-law. She loves birdhouses and I wanted to personalize it with each of the grandkid's names. So, there is a house for the boys and one for the girls and each hole has a child's name written beside it. There is plenty of room left for more grandkids to be added if needed. I think this is one of my favorites so far!
Sunday, August 16, 2009
I'm doing some teacher signs for back-to-school gifts! They are a variety of sizes and can have anything on them. These can be very simple with a fun apple or be some crazy zebra print. Whatever personality your teacher has. I think this is a great gift idea! Prices start at $20. All teachers need a little pizazz for their classroom or door!
Sunday, August 9, 2009
I was asked to do a sign for a silent auction by the Benton High School Pepsteppers. This is what I came up with...a 16X20 canvas in the school colors outlined with glitter. I think it turned out pretty cute and could even be flashier with a black feather boa around it! This is such a fun idea to show your support for your local high school or favorite college team! All signs can be personalized with your child's name and number. This sign would sell for $40, so I can't wait to hear how much it goes for in the auction! GO PANTHERS!
Saturday, August 8, 2009
This is an order from a sweet girl who saw one of my bow hangers at a baby shower. She said that she found the perfect gift for her sister-in-law who had picked out the same bedding. She wanted to add a feather boa around the edge and I think it turned out precious! I hope she loves it!
I had an order for a wedding gift that I forgot to take a picture of. Maybe I'll get one later to post. It was an 11x14 two toned chocolate with gold accents and the initial "R". It was trimmed with brown satin ribbon. She wanted something neutral that would go with a lot of things. I thought it turned out pretty.