Monday, March 14, 2016

Salty Dog Bed

I was looking at this dresser in the studio for WAYYYY tooo long. Out of  nowhere  I hear doggie bed in my head and we are off to the races.

How can I make this doggie bed beachy, coastal? +Greg Hill sent me some vintage cork floaters. What can I do with those? Hmmm. Maybe feet?  Oh yeah, I'm on to something now. 

This is really a bad pic but I think you get the picture.  Feet right? You with me?
Omg and I just bought a wooden anchor that will look great on this. Coolio.

It needs to say something  beachy, nautical . David the designer who shares spaces with me and often helps me bounce ideas, spit it right out...."Salty Dog " 

Oh yes!!!!That's perfect!!!"

And little by little,this 
became this. 

Keep creating. And thanks for stopping by for some fun.

With love and gratitude,


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  1. Love it. Looking for those pillowcases to make some pillows!

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