But today, I figured I'd fill up one of the (many) MCC frames that Lana, Vickie and I collected in our time at the apartment (that now all live in my quirky house!). I wanted to do something kinda modern, and with some of the colours that I love, so I grabbed a few sheets of cardstock from my collection, and started to cut them into shapes.
At first I just played at moving them around behind the matte. To see how they went together.
I ended up eliminating two of the sheets of cardstock, keeping just three of my original choices.
Then, the process repeated itself, except with only the three chosen colours, until I was happy with how it looked. And here it is, sitting by our kitchen sink (and the Pilea plant that Derek bought me about a year ago, I think).
And from a bit further away. I really like how the greens tie into the plant, and the set of soap/hand cream that I got from Anthropologie awhile back. Can't wait to see how it looks when we re-paint the kitchen - I'm thinking a soft sea blue-green. Then again, I'm not sure that my new work of art will be staying in the kitchen. Things are always more interesting when you can move them around!
Can't think of anything to call priceless... maybe I'm tired. I should sleep. Hmm.. It's only 9:00. Oh well. Derek goes to bed at 9:00 every night! Might as well follow his lead!