Thursday, May 14, 2009

And she waits...part II

This yellow canvas is front and center in my living room. It has looked this way since January 1st, when I removed the Christmas stockings. The other iron candle holder is on the coffee table next to the sofa, and the blank space between the two is...well...blank.


This weekend I am taking the center on as one of two projects I aim to complete. I'm telling you so I have no choice but to come up with something. Leaving my wall this way has got to end here. Keep me honest and join me and my fellow procrastinating friends at The Inspired Room if you also have something you've been meaning to get to but just haven't made the time.

10 comments:

  1. it will be interesting to see what you come up with- =)

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  2. I am sure you will fill that space with something wonderful!

    p.s. I have an extra lemon balm plant I dug up that came in volunteer that you are welcome to if you would like it.

    H

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  3. Surely, a smart idea will come on the day you decide.

    Can't wait to see it!

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  4. It will look great, whatever you decide to do!

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  5. Heather...check out this message board...looks like something a crafty girl like you would like.
    http://www.designspongeonline.com/2009/05/diy-project-window-message-board.html
    Stacey

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  6. I can't wait to see what you come up with...I need to do something to the plain wall in my room. Did you see Amanda's wall at soulemama this week?

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  7. Good luck, looks like some good ideas in your comments to check out! :-)
    Glad you are joining in!

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  8. Good luck! I ~still~ have only one curtain hanging in my 'office'. the other one is cut and waiting to be sewn (I think it's been a year now ...)

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  9. It's taken me 6 years, but my online quilt group is sending me blocks this month to make up a wall hanging for my living room.

    What about a grouping of frames that you like - empty with backing board showing through? I'll bet you could find quite a few cheaply at thrift shops.

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  10. I know it will be inspired! -S

    PS-What is the 'You might like these other stories goodness' - I want that for our blog.

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