How booze supports my photography…literally.
I’ve had several people ask where I take my closeup photography shots at, such as the ones I did of my veggies that I turned into canvas artwork. Well, I’ll share my secret with you. I take them on my kitchen table. My tricks include small backgrounds and a few other essential items including: Two tall and heavy items (such as but not limited to Arbor Mist), paperclips,
The Journey of my little vegetables from the garden to my kitchen wall!
I started out this summer by making a point to photograph my vegetables from my garden after each harvest. A goal that was created not just because I wanted to document the beauty of my imperfect veggies, but also because I wanted to practice my photography skills with my new background setup (In my next post!) After accumulating several
AN OLD SQUEAKY CART GETS A NEW PURPOSE!
I did this project last year, and decided it’s time to sit down and blog about it! After my hubby completed our dining room, I knew it needed something with a little character in it. I became obsessed with the idea of a mobile bar and thus my obsession with creating a bar cart began. I don’t
Uber easy… the way DIY should be!
I’m excited to share a few behind the scenes moments and my personal favorite… DIY projects! I still have several bigger projects to post, but in the meantime here’s a sneak peek into one of my latest simple projects that we were lucky enough to utilize on our engagement photos taken by Kora Kassmeier here in Norfolk, NE! I found this canvas bag at Target (pronounced Tar-shay in