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Created two Doctor Who quote prints and will be selling them on my print shop soon! Check them out at http://oneilldesignco.bigcartel.com/ I’m looking to expand the series with all the doctors. Stay tuned!

Save The Date & Thank-You Cards for a client’s wedding. Invitation to set coming soon!

Save The Date & Thank-You Cards for a client’s wedding. Invitation to set coming soon!

A before and after shot of a frame we refurbished for a friend. It didn’t have a glass so we replaced it with a chalkboard piece and painted the frame. 
Lettering roughly took an hour. 

A before and after shot of a frame we refurbished for a friend. It didn’t have a glass so we replaced it with a chalkboard piece and painted the frame. 

Lettering roughly took an hour. 

These our some of the highlights of our home holiday photo shoot. Photos were taken by the amazing Wendi Schoffstall Photography!

These are photos of the decor we created for our Christmas at Hogwarts themed party! We were all sorted into houses and played games to win points. The Ravenclaw house won the House Cup! 

We had to miss the annual Houston Via Colori event this year, so I created this piece to help raise funds that we would have raised by participating.
100% of the proceeds for prints sold through December 31st will benefit the Houston Center for Hearing and Speech
Purchase it via our Big Cartel cart  http://oneilldesignco.bigcartel.com/product/50-years

We had to miss the annual Houston Via Colori event this year, so I created this piece to help raise funds that we would have raised by participating.

100% of the proceeds for prints sold through December 31st will benefit the Houston Center for Hearing and Speech

Purchase it via our Big Cartel cart  http://oneilldesignco.bigcartel.com/product/50-years

Couch under-storage project

We purchased some new sofas early last week and knew that we’d be needing to put something underneath to keep the monsters (bunnies) from possibly causing any damage to the base. 

Since under-storage doesn’t normally come that narrow we decided to make our own. We have a lot of board games stored in one of our closets (making it hard to get to when we have company over). I came up with a plan to make a drawer to store them in under the sofa, and make them easily accessible. After measuring the sofa and adjusting for space, we headed to Home Depot and gathered supplies.

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We picked up some wood, handles, L-brackets & gorilla glue while at the store. Home Depot does cutting for you — so they were able to cut the wood to the measurements we needed. We had purchased some clearance red sample paint a while back, and it turns out it was perfect for this project.

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The husband started the project by painting the pieces of wood and letting them dry.

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We then secured all the frame pieces with small L-brackets, which seemed more secure than nailing them together. We also put a beam in the middle to keep the frame extra-secure from all the weight of the games.

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After that we adhered the bottom of the drawer with gorilla glue. The glue was a little messy at first but had great results in keeping the bottom safely secure. We then drilled holes and fastened the handles for easy pull-out access.

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 Since the gorilla glue was a little messy we cleaned it up and did one last coat of paint around the edges. While that dried we took out our games and organized them inside the drawer.

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Here is the end result of our project. We had a couple of issues in between that we were able to fix but overall it was a fairly simple project. It turned out pretty good and looks like it’s part of the living room. Now game night won’t be as much of a hassle and it keeps the little monsters out from under the sofa!

I try to be fashionable sometimes. Sometimes it works. 

My little sister wanted a flower party for her 15th birthday. I left my mother to do the food menu and I had took complete control over the decor. My sister was extremely happy and excited about how everything turned out.