|Wedding Day Photography by Jay Moore Photography|
We were very fortunate to have several pieces of furniture passed down to us when we moved into our house. We have Batmans grandma's bedroom set in our room right not and had our cable box and DVD box on either side. I found it to be such an eyesore and was trying to think of a way to stack them and have more space on the dresser. I told Batman we should take out the middle drawer and put them there and he looked at me like I had 3 heads. So I took that as a no...for now.
I am an active Pinterest fan and found this. REALLY?! Isn't it crazy when you see exactly what you were thinking/wanted and love it! I showed Batman and it did just the trick. What else is great about it? I can make topiaries for either side. Double Whammy.
I didn't stop there. I found these gorgeous pots and fell even more in love with the idea. I got to work looking for fabric. I didn't want something too busy because the blue is pretty bright. I found this fabric and thought it would do the trick.
It was pretty easy to modge podge the pots, the hardest part is that Reese wanted to eat the scissors, then sit on the fabric, then jump on my head..it was a never ending battle. It didn't require much fabric at all and I love how you can make it match any room.
|If she could talk, she'd be saying, "Can I help? Can I eat this? Can I stand on it? What are you doing?"|
I started with a straight line on the pot and rolled and modge podged as I went until it was completely covered. I wasn't sure how to finish with the fabric so for one, I made a slight lip and folded it under. The other I just modge podged until I was out. This was quick and easy.
When I was all podged out, I put them on top of a jelly jar to dry...it doesn't have to be a jelly jar of course.
I bought my dowel rod, styrofoam ball, and some moss and was ready for completion. Now, I have some matching bedroom decor and another use for my pomanders!