Sunday, November 9, 2008

Wall paper boarder in bathroom , sewing room decor

Beloved hung the hooks for my dress forms.
I use these when I am making clothing for the family.
The beauty of the forms is also for me Art of a simple kind.

He hung the double hooks so I will then be able to hang the garments on the hooks as well.
I will have good lighting to pin and alter near the door.

I know they are nudes but they are beautiful.
To them who are pure all things are pure.
There is a fellow I see at the bus stop in the mornings and he photographs jewelery professionally.
He is teaching me about photography in regards to jewelry. If I ever get my courage up and start me Etsy store these will also be used for display.

I saw this this morning so...

begin , I the task of papering the guest /kids bath. I found this boarder for $1.60 a 15 ft roll, some time back. I was just taking a time out. I finished the light fixture trim, having to do so with the fixture in place. So with the hardest part done. Now rested I will go play some more. I really enjoy wall papering. It is a skill I have developed over many a year. These little boarders are an easy way to spruse up a room. I think it will take up just 4 rols at most. Just because I like to relax and trim easily. I am sure if it were expensive I would be much less generous with myself then as to waste it.
A $6. job perhaps, and it was too cute for the theme I was shooting for.
I just know it was Gods provision. He and I play like that. I just receive what he offers , and boy does he have good taste.

I really liked the way it turned out. It is finished all the way to the window, it just does not show in this picture.
All done with the paper. Know I just have to do the fun part to decorate it.


Denise said...

So lovely.

Flip Flop Floozie said...

You have the same sign up in your bathroom that we have in our family room. The one above your border. i thought it looked familiar!! smile!1
thanks for stopping by!! I am getting better all of the time and will just keep going and then someday be able to look back at this
May God bless you today..

La Tea Dah said...

Oh, the wallpaper border and the bathroom are beautiful! And I love the dress forms! It's true -- they are art! And so helpful to a seamstress! I have one as well, just like yours, except it's a woman's form. Needless to say, I do keep mine dressed! LOL!

Enjoy a blessed day!

Michelle Gregory said...

love the border in the bathroom and the way your sewing room turned out. looking forward to having the kids over tomorrow.

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• how to love their husbands
• how to love their children
• how to be self-controlled
• how to be pure
• how to be keepers at home
• how to be kind and submissive (not subservient) to their own husbands. (See Titus 2:3-5)

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