Renovation & Renewal – Month One: Home

This month I came up with the to do list. This list includes all the projects I want to do around the house. That was the easy part. Then came the tougher part…

What would I need for Supplies?
How Much Would they Cost?
Where would I get them?
Can I do the project myself?
If not, Who can I get to help?
How much time will I need?

With all this information all written out I started to create a plan based on both the time and money available for these projects.

Month One:
Spruce up the studio with inspiration and little changes! Enter my friend Wendy Pelham – and Uppercase Living!

Wendy has introduced me to the beautiful line of Uppercase Living Vinyl Decor sayings. I love the styles, versatility, range of colours and complete customization of these vinyl sayings. I can’t wait to put something similar to this on the studio wall!

"Elegance is not about being noticed, it's about being remembered" Giorgio Armani

 

This Month’s DIY originally comes from Lilyshop’s Blog – DIY Spray Painted Mason Jars Project.

I’m a bright and energetic person (most of the time) and some days in the studio I feel like it doesn’t fit me. Now how to spruce up the space?

I took three empty pasta sauce jars and turned them into a new set of decorative vases to help add a little more liveliness to my photography space. What do you think of the final product?

 

Yours Enthusiastically Rebecca - Rebecca Nash Photography

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                               

London, Ontario photographer Rebecca Nash is your London wedding, portrait, and fine art Photographer serving London, Ontario and surrounding area through Rebecca Nash Photography. Rebecca Nash prides herself on being one of London’s up and coming photography professionals gaining a following in London, Ontario and surrounding area.
Rebecca has established herself as an artist through London area and Ontario Juried Art Shows, and her current “Windows on the War of 1812″ two person gallery exhibition.

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