Monday, June 24, 2013

Week 25 2013 Working, working, working and cold weather

If you are looking for this year´s decluttering and organizing posts click here!
This month we will be taking care of the entryway/foyer. For daily tips on both the practical and the spiritual process you can also follow my Facebook page

For Creative Every Day challenge 2013 by Leah Piken Kolidas, I´m taking at least a picture a day for the whole year. I´ve checked 172 out of the possible 173 pictures for 2013 so far. Click on the pictures to see them bigger!

This week´s guest illustrator is Julia Elmore from "Be creative daily"  Thank you Julia, it expresses exactly what this week felt like!
Anticipation, Fear, Excitement, Freedom...

Monday, June 17th (167/168): colder weather means more tea! 
Tuesday, June 18th (168/169): menu planning. That folder has a page per week that states: Morning Snack, Lunch, Dessert, Dinner, Dessert.
Wednesday, June 19th (169/170): told you it was cold. Mom braves the weather and comes for lunch every Wednesday. :)
Thursday, June 20 th (170/171): long weekend. Paint work phase 2: the kitchen. 
Friday, June 21st (171/172): sunny first day of winter. Hubbie painting the doors we had masked the previous week.
Saturday, June 22nd (172/173): Tati made a cake to feed the workers. That would be the four of us. :D
Sunday, June 23rd (173/174): I discovered how easy it is to manage a hot air gun. Loved it!

There are lot of before and after pictures and loads of "process" ones. Stay tuned!


misteejay said...

So very I take it you've found a new tool to play with LOL

Hope you all enjoyed the cake.

Toni xx

Sian said...

Those hot guns are scarily addictive!

Diseña tu vida said...

Cuanto trabajo... vale la pena porque te esta quedando hermoso!!! Felicitaciones

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

I love the photo of your mom with the dog, so cute! So many projects... The cake looks delicious too!

Paula - Buenos Aires said...

I looooove that tool Toni! As Sian says it is addcitive. I´ve used it in another small project so far and I´m looking at the doors in a different way!

¡Gracias Su! Ahora vamos por un poco de blanco y después más color. :)

Lisa, Frida is my mom´s third grandkid. :D

Kelly M said...

Thank you for sharing these fun projects with us. It's great to be able to watch and get inspired!


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