Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Don't worry....be happy!

Good morning everyone and welcome to Studio 5380.
I hope your week is going well for you - so far, so good around here!  Spring is in the air, my grass is turning green, the trees are budding out and it's a beautiful day.

You know those little "Dollar Bins" they have at Michael's?  I love those.  I find all sorts of little things that I pick up, look at, go...hmmmmm, and usually put back down.  But, sometimes I do actually purchase those little things even though I have absolutely no idea of what to do with them.  Especially when I have one of those 20% off of everything you buy coupons - I mean, really, .80 cents...how can I not buy it and then worry about what to do with it later?

So, I had one of "those"coupons a few days ago and the little bins were just stocked to over-flowing.  So naturally, when I came across some little something that made me go...hmmmmm...I put it in my buggy and decided I would worry about what to do with it later.  Well, later arrived late last night....


This fun little chalkboard easel is the little something that caught my eye.
It took me about 20 minutes to put this together - cutting out and inking the flower taking most of that time.


The flower is from the Silhouette Online Store and that great sentiment is from the Chalkboard Sentiments Stamp Set by My Craft Spot.  I adhered some happy Tickled Pink Sequins around the chalkboard to finish up this quick little project.

The chalkboard stands about 5 inches tall and is the perfect size to display in my Studio.  So.....
Don't Worry, Be....Happy my friends!  Have a great day and I'll see ya soon!

14 comments:

  1. Oh Tanya, this little projects makes me so happy! :o) What a gorgeous use of that sweet easel. I'm so glad you scooped it up, knowing inspiration would strike at the right time. The flower is stunning and looks so beautiful alongside that marvelous sentiment! The sprinkling of sequins is such a lovely touch. Beautifully done, my sweet friend! I bet you'll smile every time you see this. :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  2. This is absolutely GORGEOUS!!! You do not know how much I love flowers....
    I always have fresh flowers in my room. A Beautiful flower that you made as well as this creation!!
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    *Crafting With Creative M*

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  3. I love Michael's little dollar bin! Super cute project! I am curious what white paint you used to stamp the sentiment onto that surface? Your flower is beautiful to! I am sure it looks fabulous in your studio Tanya!
    hope your having a great day!
    Sherrie K

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  4. Way too cute. I haven't been inside a craft store in awhile, lol

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  5. Well, what a bargain - and super adorable! Love it.

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  6. This is adorable!!! OMG I love that cute little easel and the sentiment looks fab paired with that gorgeous flower!!!
    AWESOME project!!!

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  7. Fabulous sign, Tanya. Creative way to use this little chalk board. Super cute.

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  8. Best 80 Cents EVER SPENT!!! That is so darn CUTE! I LOVE the flower and the pretty sequins... Great idea to put it in your craft space! :o)

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  9. Looks FANTASTIC Tanya, LOVE the big flower!! It is just GORGEOUS, Have a GREAT day my friend :)

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  10. What an awesome find!! The chalkboard rocks!! I love how you prettied it up!! The flower is absolutely gorgeous!! I bet this looks so amazing in your craft room!! Love, love it!! Have a great day :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  11. Tanya ~ ADORABLE little easel here! The whole idea is so FAB too! LOVE the flower and oh my the dollar bin! EEK! Well I am so ready for Spring here...my crocus are popping up! Yay!

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  12. Oh WOW!!! Glad you had that hmmmm moment and bought that darling little chalkboard easel. It is most fabulous with the stamp, sequins and that beautiful flower!!! :)

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