So it’s funny how we all prego ladies are always somehow holding our belly, especially in pictures. I mean, for the longest time I had to do this so people realized there is a baby bump there. My belly really wasn’t that big until now and you’ll rarely see me in tight-fitting clothes. So far I haven’t been in the need of buy maternity clothes thank goodness because I really do not like them. I’ve been wearing long dresses like this one from Sheinside, so comfortable for a baby bump! Love styling all my dresses with my jean jacket, even though it is still hot…
Also, I thought I would take some pictures around my house. I love my home and I feel I don’t take enough pictures. I guess because I feel it’s not done yet. My home decor addiction, I know! Yes, I have cactuses all around!
dress- Shein c/o
shoes- Swedish Hasbeen
This season my favorite thing to do is to be home. Home bound, lying on the couch and trying to decorate every inch of this home. Winter has finally come to Florida and it has been chilly outside. Netflix binge and Pinterest have been my favorite thing to do. Home decor passion has been on fire, IT NEVER STOPS. I also decided I am allowed to only buy cactuses and succulents, for the sake of plants lives. A little something about myself: I have always dream of wearing eye glasses. Call me weird, but I love how glasses look! I have always been in love with Warby Parker and dreamed of one day to be one of the “cool” people who wear a pair of their beautiful glasses. I girl can dream.
I know it has been a long time since my last diy and home project. But with having a week off school I had time to make a little project I had been wanting to do for a bit. I got up one day in the search of my materials and I was successful! So here it is:
3- 8×10 frames
3- antique spoons, forks and knives
1- white spray paint
1/2 yard of fabric of your like
1- hot glue gun
First, I took the glass out of my frames and spray painted them with white spray paint. I did 3-4 coats of paint and let them dry.
Second, I used the glass from the frame to wrap my fabric around them. I use my glue gun to glue the fabric really steady in the back of the glass. I made sure that the fabric was really tight against the glass so there was no wrangles on sogginess.
Third, I took my silverware and glue them with my glue gun on the fabric. You can rearrange them however you want, I thought it was cute this way.
Fourth, after the frames are dry, insert the fabric glass with silverware in the frame.
And voila! Beautiful masterpieces. This is so easy for anyone to make and so affordable! It will look great for your dining room/kitchen area.
I hope I have inspired you to be inspired.