In a sudden burst of energy, I finally finished a project that I’m particularly proud of. Yes, it may be a whole foot lower than it should be, but I think it looks quite nice.
As you probably remember from this February post, I didn’t really know what to do with a huge chunk of space above our kitchen table. I wasn’t really satisified with any of the choices that I had picked out in that previous post, mostly because they were way too expensive for my budget at the time.
and hung these pictures to make it look much better:
I used a great selection of muted, mostly black-and-white pieces. This one is the first run of my mom’s “Smoker” print.
The others are a random selection, framed in an assortment of frames I’ve collected and bought over the years.
This picture below is an old piece of paper I found stashed away in my grandmother’s pantry. It’s the “Dolly Parton Diet” and it’s a ridiculous list of foods to eat each day. It’s really silly and makes me laugh!
Finally, the below picture is a funny one I found of my grandmother and grandfather from 1969. My Maw Maw is the one smiling, and my Paw Paw is the one looking back at her. It just captures a moment and makes me smile.
It is a fun grouping of pictures and a great test to my patience for measuring and arranging them in such a way!
Note: no Friday Feast tomorrow! I’m taking a break because I’m heading to Athens to see my old friend!