Remember my winter wreath with the plaid ski boots? I enjoyed it thoroughly all winter, but it was time for a change.
We had spring-like weather Monday that put me in the mood! I gathered some things together for a new springy look and removed a few stems, the bow, and the ice skates.
After adding the spring items, ta-da!
I quickly jumped onto Periscope to video the process of changing the wreath. I’ve only made two Periscope videos, and as you will see, I have so much to learn!
Yikes, it’s painful to see yourself on video! I share this with you because it’s easier than writing everything into a post – NOT because it’s anything fabulous. I must force myself to do more videos so I can improve (assuming things go better with practice – wink).
This copy of my video at FullScopeTV.com is a little messed up, timing-wise, so I hope you can get the jest of it!
I apologize for the timing glitch. It possibly was caused by a skip in the video at my end. The reception was hindered in spots because HH was downstairs rebooting the router. THAT was poor timing, for sure!
In case you’d like to see the room area (rather than mostly ceiling – ha!), here are some still shots of the new project studio – still not completely done, but 95% of the way.
Therefore, I now have a large open floor area for cutting fabric.
I share all that so you’ll be brave and change things around if they don’t work well for you.
After re-arranging the family room furniture last year and then hanging the goblet pleat panels, I suddenly realized how much more I loved being in that room. It’s funny how you think a room is “OK as is”, but then you create a few things that cause you to suddenly love being there. Soon after, my new tagline was born – due to the feelings I had in that room.
Create the home you love to live in.
And, now, after making the changes in the project studio, I love being there, as well. It was OK before, but it was so cramped by the twin bed. Did you know you can store a bed under other beds throughout the house – a mattress here, a box spring there, etc?
If you have a room you’re not happy with, get in there and scoot things around. Make it function in a way that will make you love it!
Tomorrow, we’ll head out to the porch to see the wreath in action and talk about porch season. (I promise…no videos.)
Do you have a spring wreath ready for your front door? Are you waiting for warmer temperatures – or the official start to spring later this month?