Hello and happy Harry Potter’s birthday! This month really flew by and I can’t believe that August will begin tomorrow. July was full of vacations and family time, but it’s back to the real world, and I’m excited to share a quick and easy little project that can add a lot of personality to any room. I’ve been meaning to share it for about two months now, but when they go by as fast as July did, it’s hard to keep up!
I’d love to report that I’m working at my new desk in my new office, but unfortunately I am not. It’s 58 degrees in there, so I have retreated to the kitchen table. It’s unfortunate because my dislike of trying to work at the kitchen table was one of the reasons I was so motivated to transform the office space. But the window unit is still sitting on the floor in front of the window and I’m cold-natured to begin with, so sitting at a desk would make it hard to type as the blood retreats from my fingers into the core to keep the vital organs working. Kind of reminds me of sitting in my old office at my former job, which was at a gym, so it was always frigid.
Last week, I shared the DIY doll clothing rack I made for our friends’ little girl’s fifth birthday. It was easy to make and turned out to be really cute, but without clothes on it, it just looked like a funny wooden basket. So she’d immediately understand what it was, I made a few new clothing items for her new doll and hung them on it.
I started out by stitching up a couple elastic waist skirts, then created my first doll refashion from a scrap of a previous human refashion.