It totally makes my day to get an email or tagged on social and see someone has recreated something I made or was inspired by a post to do their own take on one of my creations. Last December I had the great pleasure of doing my first ever Reader’s Feature! It included project photos submitted by followers and custom work projects I completed during the year. I decided to make it a yearly tradition and am so happy to be able to showcase another feature with more submissions!
In March, our handprint/footprints creations continued for Easter and some of you played along! Dayna sent me her daughter’s version via Twitter!
— Dayna Tims (@DaynaTims) March 25, 2016
(Fun Fact: Dayna is my dental hygienist that told me about the wedding venue I ended up choosing for my big day since it was where she had hers! She’s a loyal SOTD follower so HI DAYNA!)
In July, I discovered this Italian blog post which created their version of my Octopus quiet book page!!! I was so honored to discover this has inspired an international follower!
This Thanksgiving the girls created our table placecards using a fun luffa painting technique, which inspired @MrsMomNJ to create a similiar look with her kids and sponges!
In December I shared this fun snowman doughnut snack with a free printable I designed and was so excited to see it growing in popularity on Pinterest! Thanks for tagging me on this version of it used in a class holiday party!
GIFTS IN THE HOME:
Brielle and I helped paint Aimee’s little girl, Lyra, a canvas to match her jungle animal themed room.
A few days after the post went live Aimee sent me this photo of it already hanging up!
Rebecca was a January 2016 bride who commissioned me to recreate my table numbers used for my wedding to match her locations and gold/coral colors.
I did and they looked BEAUTIFUL in her venue space!
(photo credit: Mint Photography Studio)
I also made them for Kelley’s parents 50th Anniversary Party:
(photo credit: Belinda Grant Photography)
They looked great there too! I was so honored that these two women (plus a few more who are getting married in 2017) liked my concept enough to have me create them for their events!
I kept getting inquiries about my counting waves canvas art turned digital print. In October I made one in a custom color and size for someone who found me on pinterest. Doesn’t it look cute in her blue and coral colored nursery? I now offer this option for your nursery!
Thank you to every who submitted their projects or linked to a post. It seriously makes my day whenever I’m tagged or get an email about my creations used for your special day, to hang in your home or to create with your kids. I hope to inspire more of you in 2017!