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Epi. 5 Live, Laugh, Lagome

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For this episode, we wasted no time and got straight to work on this single mama's home. Pizza was absolutely necessary and sometimes ya just go with it (:

Sheridan, with The Happy Olive, created a lovely serving board for Cathy & her sweet daughter. Perfect for Charcuterie so, here are some links to our favorite Charcuterie Boards:

Hot Chocolate "Charcuterie" Board

Pumpkin Butter Dipping Board

Epic Charcuterie Board for Two

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Squeegee Art

Supplies-

  •  Botanical and earth tone pallet. But you can use any colors that bring you joy. EVEN mustard yellow haha.

  • Canvas

  • Squeegee 

 

Basic steps -

  •  Start by placing little dots of alternating colors on the canvas. If you put to many dots of the same color by one another it can look muddy. 

  • Fill the canvas about halfway down with dots. If you like the look of having a border around your painting leave about four inches of the canvas blank on each side.

  • Next take the squeegee and start top to bottom. Gently pull the squeegee down to smudge the paint in one even stroke. You don’t want to apply to much pressure because you can rip the canvas. Light strides down the canvas helps blend the colors and makes natural designs with each stride.

 

*Tips & Tricks*

-Be sure not to over blend the paint. This helps accentuate the dark and light paint.

Faux Sherpa Chair Covers

Supplies-

  • Faux fur. We used sherpa. But you can use any style or texture that brings you joy.

  • Scissors. Sharp. Not the ones your kids cut paper with. 

  • Tarp or an old sheet

  • Trash bag

 

Basic steps -

  • Lay a tarp or an old sheet down on a flat surface. This fabric can get fur everywhere, this will help catch the little pieces of fur as you are cutting the faux sherpa.

  • Fold the faux sherpa in half and cut evenly. Make sure not to cut the seams of the material it will help keep the fur intact.

  • Lay out one piece of the sherpa, fur side up. Start at the bottom corner of the fabric and cut a curvy line out of the sides to give it a beautiful organic feel to the fabric.

 

*Tips & Tricks*

-Making curvy cuts to the fabric gives it a natural organic shape to the seat cover. You don’t want to cut off to much because they fabric will shrink just a little bit

-These are fun but furry! Taking it outside and giving it a good shake down after cutting will help eliminate the fur from getting all over the house or sticking to the furniture you desire to use it on.