On Monday, three inches of snow covered the backyard. Today, was a warm and sunny day in the 60s, and I saw the first tulips poking through in the garden.
March is like that, where the weather can change on a dime, so it pays to get as much as you can out of the warm, sunny days. Today was a perfect day to complete a project I've had on my mind for ages. I have several pieces of framed needlework, two were made by my grandmothers and the other by a woman who I very much admired. I've had them hanging in my sewing room, and they were all framed in ways that just didn't do them justice. So, I took some more substantial frames that I had around the house, and painted them all a cheerful red. I love the way they turned out. (These pictures aren't great, they don't show the soft yellow wall, but trust me, it's really pretty;)
I painted some other frames for our family photo wall, those were done in black, and I'm still working on putting it together.
I used cans of spray paint that we already had, so the entire project was free. Makes it even more fun!
Linking up with Tweak It Tuesday at Cozy Little House.