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Hey friends! I'm super excited to team up with 20 incredibly talented and color-loving bloggers today to share tours of our bedrooms with you. You can find details on the other beautiful bedroom tours at the end of this post ：)
But now， I'm going to share with you our colorful master bedroom. It's still very much a work in progress， but it has come a loooooooooong way since we moved in 5 years ago. Take a look at howboring and beigeour master bedroom was when we moved in.pillow shams floral
Bleh. Pretty boring， huh？ Wellpersonalized wedding gifts， here is that same portion of our master bedroom now.
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Our master bedroom is weirdly large， so we use this half of the room as a sitting area. We recently built that DIY fireplace and shelves on either side of it， and you can read about the colorful artwork we added to the room in this post. Oh， and of course the new floors and new skylights made a huge impact in the space as well.
But the other side of our master bedroom is my favorite ：) Itmight bebecause sleeping is one of my favorite things in the world. I don't get to do it as often as I would like， but I am really good at it when I do. And that piece of art over our bed gives me all the feels every time I look at it. I love it so， so， so much. (PS- You can see how we made the DIY frames for all the art in our bedroom here).
And here's the last view in our colorful master bedroom. Yep， that's right， more colorful artwork ：) (We actually moved the chaise lounges over to this side of the room once we installed the fireplace， but I realized I don't have an updated photo of this side of the room with the chaise lounges in place yet).
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Before you head out， be sure to check out the other beautiful bedroom tours from my blogger friends! Next up on the tour is my friend Rachael atThis is Our Bliss–；she has such great style. You will love her!
And you can see all 20 of the tours broken down by each day of the week they will be shared below ：)
Pink Peppermint Design | Meaningful Spaces | Life on Cedar Lane | The Greenspring Home
Southern State of Mind | Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body | This is Our Bliss | Remodelacasa | Cuckoo 4 Design
A Stroll Thru Life | 11 Magnolia Lane | Heathered Nest | My Sweet Savannah | Our Southern Home
DIY Playbook | Modern Glam | Spicy Salty Sweet Home (not pictured) | Follow the Yellow Brick Home | Almafied | Haneen's Haven
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Did you ever play the button game when you were little – “button, button, who’s got the button?” ?It’s funny how working on a project with something like buttons, brings back a memory like that!! ?The other night I was having a bout of insomnia and decided to use that time to get creative with buttons! ?I pulled out my glass jar of buttons and began picking out small white buttons and pale, spring colored buttons.
I welcome every opportunity to “draw” with my BERNINA 790 to make my art and lettering come to life in fabric and threads. This Halloween, create a whimsical goody bag for trick or treaters using simple sketches and personalized artwork. Make it even more special one of a kind work of art by having your favorite children provide the artwork right on the front and back of the bag. A loose, playful sketch of a pumpkin face becomes “Little Jack” ready to announce “trick or treat”! The free-motion sewn artwork pops off the black background with loose thread sketching and transforming personal handwriting into a stitched message.
You are going to LOVE this creepy idea from Creative Contributor Colleen, from LemonThistle.com! These DIY Creepy Crawly Treat Boxes for Halloween?will have your kiddos screaming with delight! They remind me a bit of my Vintage Spider Halloween Treat Boxes too.?