Posts Categorized: Projects

Design + Life + Projects / Friday, 21 Sep 2018

September 2018 Book Club Artwork

Hello Lars book club readers! Are you enjoying How Art Can Make You Happy? If anyone can change the way you think or feel about art, it’s Bridget Watson Payne. This book is short, sweet, and life-changing! We hope you can take her suggestions and advice to heart. Check out our discussion questions below – if you’ve been following along with us on Instagram @larsbookclub , you may have read or thought about these questions already! Share your thoughts with us! This month’s beautiful printables were illustrated by Julie Walker, a genius collage artist! Stay tuned for her illustrator feature in the next few days!

Continue to download the How Art Can Make You Happy book art!

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DIY + Projects / Wednesday, 19 Sep 2018

Foraged Fall Sunflower Arrangement

Foraged Fall Sunflower

The air is starting to get crispy and we are here for it! The leaves are changing, the days are shorter, and pumpkin Joe-Joes are back so life is good. If you didn’t know, our studio is located on the fringes of a dairy farm, and though we get the occasional whiff of cow life (whiff is generous), there are a lot of lovely benefits. One such benefit is wild sunflowers. Right outside our window, we can see tons of golden wheat, bright sunflowers, and falling leaves. It’s heaven! Sunflowers used to be one of my favorite blooms back in the 90s’ (Hello giant sunflower hat…and on my jumpers…and dresses…and in my hair…yikes!). Seeing them in a pretty palette out my window had me itching to give sunflowers a refresh.

Foraged Fall Sunflower

I enlisted one of our favorite local florists, Allison Badley of La Fête Floral & Design, to create a Foraged Fall Sunflower Arrangement! A stunning golden arrangement made from materials in your own backyard. Yes, please! Paired with a yellow linen tablecloth, deep amber glassware, and natural wood accents, this table is a stunner and perfect for all your fall gatherings. Bright, warm, and inviting, no one will want to leave the table! So take a look outside and you might be surprised to find you’ve got a lot to work with!

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DIY + Projects / Friday, 14 Sep 2018

DIY room to room: Pink

It’s been a hot minute since our last DIY Room to Room post, but we’ve decided to resurrect them and I couldn’t be happier! As you’ve seen, this past week we’ve been painting the town red and pink, from journaling to crafting to shopping. With this DIY Room to Room: Pink Edition, we’ve taken a look around the web to find some of our favorite pink DIY projects by our creative friends! Happy Crafting!

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DIY + Party + Projects / Tuesday, 11 Sep 2018

Lunch Sack Honeycomb Fan Hack

Every week for the next 4 weeks we are focusing on two color chapters of our new journal, My Life In Color. This week it’s red and pink!

We’re always looking for easy party decor ideas that add a little extra pizazz without draining your wallet or keeping you up until the wee hours of the morning. This Lunch Sack Honeycomb Fan Hack is a riff off of traditional honeycomb fans you can buy at the party store. However, these are MUCH cheaper and much more fun with all the different shape variations you can create! Not to mention the options with spray paint–the sky’s the limit! Each Lunch Sack Honeycomb Fan uses 6-10 paper bags, in whatever size you’d like, and comes together really quickly. Glue, scissors, string, and spray paint are the only other materials needed to create a stunning display! Hang above a party table like we’ve done here, or against a wall as a background. Along a banister would be stunning too! You can customize these for any holiday by using specific paint colors.

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DIY + Life + Projects / Monday, 10 Sep 2018

The Pink and Red Chapters

Pink and Red Chapter Last week we featured the rainbow chapter of My Life in Color and this week we’re focusing on the first two chapters of the book, the pink and red chapters. I wanted to give a you a glimpse into the book and how I’ve been using it myself. And I’m sharing one of my favorite answers from a question in the pink chapter.
Pink and Red Chapter

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