I scored some new sheets for my master bedroom re-do from Target this weekend. High five for progress! I chose the Room Essentials Honeycomb Pattern Sheet Set from Target and I have been Ob.Sess.Ing. over the honeycomb pattern all weekend.
I’ve got a fever and the only cure is more Honeycomb. Travel with me around the ol’ internet in search for more of this pattern I can’t get enough of!
Honeycomb End Table via BricolageOakland Etsy Shop.
Lamp Drum by Shades of Light.
Honeycomb Hardware. Can’t find the source of this knob… Does anyone know where to score this?
Quilted Honey Comb from Moda.
DIY your own Honeycomb Stencil Tutorial from Intergalacticgalacticgalactic.
Honeycomb Pattern Necklace via indomina Etsy Shop.
Honeycomb Shelves via A Beautiful Mess Blog.
Honeycomb Glassware Set from West Elm.
Hand Painted Honeycomb Pattern Chest from Grandin Road.
Wah! The weekend is over! Please serve me some cheese with my whine!
It went by fast and furiously. We had our inaugural meeting for the Oklahoma Women’s Blogging Round-table. It was so great to chat with other bloggers and realize I am not the only one who struggles with balancing life/blogging/being a mom/staying legit on your blog/what to share/what not to share with your readers/social media/work/having sex with your husband on a semi-regular basis. (Ok, we didn’t get that personal, but we did talk and tweet many hilarious quotes during the meeting.)
Here is a quick roll call of all the blogger who attended. Go give them a holla and a proper Refunk howdy!
Brooke Clay from Rural Gone Urban
Red Dirt Kelly from Red Dirt Chronicles
Dee from Red Dirt Ramblings
Marie from The Lazy W who was so kind to host our event at her ranch. Dude, she had a buffalo. Fo’ real.
Laura from The Steen Style
Katie from Dishin and Dishes
And Sonya from Beyond the Screen Door
So excited to learn from this group and I ain’t gonna lie, I feel so official, meeting with other bloggers and acting important.
I also swung by Buchanans and bought a few things:
A fancy tray $20.00 (high, I know.)
This awesomely huge paper bunny. I have already painted it in Spring Hill Green and plan on putting her on my porch. She was $2.00.
This trophy-like artichoke for $7.00. I have a thang for artichokes, I don’t know why, I rarely eat them, but love to decorate with them. Again, already painted it in Spring Hill Green as well.
These horse heads were $5.00 and I plan on spray painting them a glossy white.
And the grand finale, the piste de resistance, are these antlers. I have been obsessing about getting some forever. Seriously, I live in Oklahoma, home of pistol packin, wilderness loving, rednecks, right? It took me over a month to find these. They were $30.00 and the dealer was kind enough to come down $10.00 from the original $40.00 price tag. Yay!
Argh. These antlers pose so many unknown questions…
Am I just missing the antler horn hook up? Why can’t I find these anywhere? I am also wanting to spray paint them glossy white. Is that a sin if these are real antlers? How can I tell if they are real?
So how was your weekend? WWYDWYA? (What would you do with your antlers?)
We vacuum pack these in order to squeeze them into a regular sized shipping box to save on shipping costs. When opening the package, please be aware that it will take a few days for the foam to return to its normal size. Shipping is a flat rate $15 within the lower 48 states.
It took me two tries to get it right, because this was my first adventure with Citra Solv.
I purchased the Citra Solv at Akins Health Foods in OKC, which was not listed on their website.
I have also heard that Whole Foods carries it, but who wants to battle the madness that is the new OKC Whole Foods for a tiny bottle of cleaner? Not. This. Gal.
Now, my mind is reeling with all of the possibilities and images I can transfer onto fabric! I have seen where people print directly onto fabric with their printers, but my question is: How do you fit all that fabric into that teeny weenie paper bin on your printer? If have had a good experience with printing on fabric or have any tips, please let me know!
Hope this helps and answers your questions!
Happy Citra Solv-ing!
I love a man in boots!
2 Great Places in one location!
Many of you know that I have been referring to a few surprises I have up my sleeve for Refunk My Junk. Obviously the blog revamping was one of the surprises, but the time has arrived for me to come clean and let you all in on my little secret… I am putting my big girl panties on and going for it! And by that I mean I am renting a booth at a new market opening in May.
Beaucoup Boutiqes is located at 14400 N. Lincoln Blvd in Edmond off of 33rd & Lincoln in the old Pump It Up building.
Here I will be displaying and selling my handpainted pieces! Here is a little sneak peak at my booth!
I will also starting hosting group workshops in June - allowing 6 women (or men if you so choose!) to learn how to paint, distress, and glaze their very own piece of furniture, with breakfast and a catered lunch provided, as well as a fun-filled day of learning all you ever wanted to know about refunking all of the junk in your home! All paint and supplies will be provided – all you do is show up in comfy clothes with your piece of furniture!
I hope that you all are as excited as I am! This is a BIG leap of faith and I can’t wait to see where this new journey takes me! I hope you come along for the ride!
In the most general sense of the word, lattice is a pattern composed of criss-crossing diagonal lines. The design can be found everywhere from fabrics and wallpaper to pie crusts and garden trellises. In gardens, you’ll often see lattice panels — made from criss-crossing strips of wood.