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Friday, October 28, 2011

My List is Full... and I'm happy about it!

Happy Friday Everyone! 

I'm ready for some projects!  No out of town trips - just me and a huge list of fun things to do.  Two projects are included in the previous Master Bedroom post and then the other is a dining room project.  Hopefully I can get all of it finished for you guys by next week! 

DINING ROOM INSPIRATIONBlack Crow Studios creates graphic wallpapers and murals in a new way!  They have a very edgy touch and are creative to say the least!  I'm using this inspiration pic for my dining room walls - stay tuned for the before and afters!  

Hope you have a great weekend!


  1. Love the white with those colors, stunning look!

  2. Hopefully I can do as a good a job as the picture - we will see! Thanks for your comment!

  3. Hello, I just popped into your blog from BYW, where I'm enrolled, too. I saw that you're from Houston. I'm in Austin, so I had to give you a shout out. That wallpaper is fantastic, BTW. Makes me want to bust out a paintbrush and go nuts on the walls.

  4. Hi Monica - thanks for stopping by, I feel the same way about these colorful walls! I checked out your blog and you have a really cool concept! Thanks for the shout out - hope you are enjoying BYW!

  5. Wow - LOVE that mural. Now I can't wait to see your before and after pics!

  6. I also LOVE that mural, beautiful colors. Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your lovely comments. The cakes aren't brownies they were bought from a bakery and they are similar to this

    Chocolate Crunch Slice
    2 1/2 fl oz (single or pouring cream)
    15 3/4 oz dark chocolate chopped
    4 1/2 oz butter chopped
    8 oz store bought shortbread biscuits, chopped
    cocoa powder for dusting

    Place cream, chocolate & butter in a saucepan over low heat & stir until melted & combined.
    Place biscuits in a mixing bowl & pour over two thirds of the chocolate mixture & stir to coat.
    Spoon into a 12 1/2 x 2 3/4 x 3in) bar tin lined with non stick paper. Pour remaining chocolate mixture over & tap tin to remove bubbles. Refrigerate for 3 hours or until set. To serve remove from tin, dust with cocoa & cut into slices.

    Enjoy! I'd love you to let me know how you go if you make them.

  7. Have you started this? More importantly, have you finished it? I cannot wait to see how this turns out! The inspiration is stunning!

  8. I have started it! I'm working on a smaller scale right now to get used to the technique and then to the large scale wall I will go! Can't wait! Don't worry I will definitely post pics for you!


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