More Improvements: 

 I have never really minded bare walls… until now. I have gone a tad crazy, but I think it adds a little of me to my new place. 


 Got some great design ideas off  www.poopscape.com  and have attempted some of my own versions of their ideas including the memo wall. I am actively looking for the right lamp to cover in some of my old negatives and I recently bought an awesome frame and a not so awesome flower painting from a thrift store for six bucks. I have removed the image and am thinking of painting it black and hanging it empty, or doing some spin off of the “cutout mirror.” (all these ideas come from poopscape.com) 


 On a day off I stumbled into Michael’s ( I usually would never go there) and found a great sale. While the large canvases I was looking for were too expensive, but I found pairs of 16x20’s for just under six dollars and paint for 50% off. Before I jumped in feet first on painting (which I have never really done) I had a friend come over to give me a few tips… The two images on the left middle are the results, hers being the far left (duh because it looks awesome) and mine is more in the middle looking a tad forced. Eh… I have 4 more canvases so Im going to keep trying…

More Improvements:

I have never really minded bare walls… until now. I have gone a tad crazy, but I think it adds a little of me to my new place.

Got some great design ideas off www.poopscape.com and have attempted some of my own versions of their ideas including the memo wall. I am actively looking for the right lamp to cover in some of my old negatives and I recently bought an awesome frame and a not so awesome flower painting from a thrift store for six bucks. I have removed the image and am thinking of painting it black and hanging it empty, or doing some spin off of the “cutout mirror.” (all these ideas come from poopscape.com)

On a day off I stumbled into Michael’s ( I usually would never go there) and found a great sale. While the large canvases I was looking for were too expensive, but I found pairs of 16x20’s for just under six dollars and paint for 50% off. Before I jumped in feet first on painting (which I have never really done) I had a friend come over to give me a few tips… The two images on the left middle are the results, hers being the far left (duh because it looks awesome) and mine is more in the middle looking a tad forced. Eh… I have 4 more canvases so Im going to keep trying…

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