Art, Design, DIY craft, Photography

A HINT of gold: CHEVRON and lines.

Oh how the mouse has been needing company. At home and the office space. FINALLY I got around to making them. Simple and too easy. Had everything but the cork piece. Found it at a garage sale for 0.50 cents! Score.

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Oh this 1 can of gold spray paint has lasted me.

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I eyeballed the lines as I taped it up. It is about an inch apart.

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Next you are going to use your X-acto knife and cute out certain pieces that you would want your pattern.

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Be sure to be outside or in an open space before using your spray paint. I was in my patio with the nice touch of pine scraps on the balcony. Let the spray paint dry for about 10-15 mins. Spray a second coat if your heart desires for it. Then let it dry another 10-15 mins before peeling off the painters tape.

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AND Viola! Finito. A hint of chevron and lines. My mouse finally has a companion.

See what happens when the gloomy weather rolls around? My craft creativity oozes out of me. Hope you enjoyed this and happy Wednesday.

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Ditto–TGIFRIDAY!

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I decided to gather a little something together with what creative juice was flowing out of me at the wee hours.  I wanted to sit here and perfect the fence like piece. Then I decided ditto—imperfection in perfection.  The diamonds intersection is perfect, the other intersections with no shape–I’m calling it the ditto intersections; it gives the art piece a wee bit of character.  Hope you all enjoy your friday because I definitely am going to!  It’ll be a great day.  Let nothing spoil your fun fri-DAY.

Side note to Annetta– T minus 11 hours!

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