This floral map painted pumpkin is easy to make, and so much more colorful and fun than your average jack-o-lantern. I love Autumn, but I don’t love orange. It’s a dilemma I face every year when I want to decorate for Fall and I’m left with neutrals if I don’t want orange and browns. (Nuthin’ wrong with orange and browns. They just don’t quite fit my home decor.) I’ve stocked up on several white, cream, and tan colored pumpkins and assorted Fall decor over the years, which I love. But this year I thought it was time to try something different. I love color, and I always want more of… Keep Reading
This rusty fall leaves palette brings together several warm shades of red-brown, for a cozy start to Autumn.
I must confess I’m not a huge fan of orange. I mean, I love color. I love all the shades, hues, and tones. I love how it changes in the light and how it can change our outlook. I love each and every color. Except orange. Like having a favorite student in a class, or a least favorite pet, I felt a little bad about my attitude towards orange. I mean, it’s never done anything to hurt me. Except assault my corneas. But it’s not Orange’s fault; it can’t help that it’s so… orange. So I set out to create a fall color palette that even an orange-averse person like… Keep Reading
This back to school pencil palette combines deep graphite gray with warmer wood tones. Ahhh the smell of freshly sharpened pencils. And the feel of that perfectly honed point against your finger. There are few things about back to school season that I love more than buying new school supplies. I didn’t realize this about myself until this year when my oldest started high school, and her only school supply was a Chromebook. They deprived me of all the fun of shopping! Fortunately, my youngest was happy to skip up and down the Target aisles with me for all her new folders, pencils, and markers. Yet another reason I hope… Keep Reading