Wednesday, 3 July 2013

tic.tock. script and clocks.......

well I have  to admit that when I started this  little sharpie clock adventure, I was just planing to do a cute little vignette on my dinning room wall -of a few clocks with a little sentiment, that the hubby and I could smile about every time we sat down to dinner..well I finished the clock plates I love how they turned out and the little setiment..well if you look at the times on the clocks they mark the exact time that our three little ones arrived and our journey began as a family.So I'm very happy to have this little project done.. but in the process I got a little carried away with my marker.... but if you know me than you know that I love script and love to use it in my decor as much as possible, but I may need a sharpie intervention. ..

I love them there perfect... but I  didn't stop there...... oh no... not me....I kinda went sharpie crazy.

See what I mean... but I love it all, and I'm not gonna stop yet, oh no..... I have lots more to do till this lttle ladie is done with her marker, but hey! thats o.k. cause when I'm done my kitchen and dinning room will be fabulous. The best partnis you can switch things up when you get bored by using a majic earser it'll take the images right off, and you  can make it permanent too, just put your dishes in the oven @350 degrees for 30 mins and voila...... permanent
I made this one  after a fave movie" quote "Carrie Bradshaw to Mr. Big ....Ever thine, ever mine, ever ours... love love love! this by Voltare the poet.. Bye for now hugs ....Elle
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  1. this is adorable. love the last plate with the warm saying, but love your "birth" plates too.

  2. these are all adorable!
    I'll be happy if you check out my blog too=)

  3. such charming projects, elle!