I have made lots of new dinners, desserts, and all different combinations of overnight oats. I have found easy organization solutions, inspiration for cheapy home makeover ideas, and lots of gorgeous home decor pictures to just be inspired by. I also came across a TON of re-upholstery projects and felt inspired!
Pintrest gets a lot of bad press for making Mom’s feel inadequate. But I, unabashedly , love it. I look at it and feel inspired, reminded of all the things I can do at home and not buy, and (more often than not) a little hungry. I still use cookbooks. I still call my Mom for advice on how to make the best cookies I can. I pass some pins by because I just don’t have the time or motivation to do them. But I don’t feel bad, I like having a way to organize my ideas and be easily inspired. I love pintrest.
This project didn’t take too much time or tools. Charlie and I worked together, he disassembled the chair and we recovered it without too much fuss. It is certainly homemade, and might not last quite as long as a factory made chair would, but I love it. Little wrinkles aside; It is cozy and cute,
We found the chair at a garage sale for $5 and the fabric was a gift from my Mom and Dad (from Ikea!).
My book and I are planning to cozy up there this evening. And after I make a little book headway, I will likely start pinning away some new projects. . .