Wall collages are a popular and fun way to dress up an empty wall and create a unique focal point in a space. Since I've recently added canvas wrap bundles to my product line, I thought I'd share some tips to make hanging multiple photos on a wall a breeze. Years ago, I came across this tip, probably from HGTV or something, and it SERIOUSLY makes your life so much easier! I had a wall in our master bedroom that really needed SOMETHING. Since I had acquired so many photos of the dogs because, um, they're really cute and I'm a photographer, I figured that would be the perfect space to just cover it in cute, wrinkly faces. Here's what it currently looks like...Read More
If you follow me on social media, you may have seen that my sweet, wrinkly puppies turned five on Tuesday. Since Lou and I don't have any kiddos yet, these two have been my photography subjects for all five years of their lives. Meat is pretty cool with getting his picture taken, and he's certainly a big ham (like his father). Sophie, on the other hand, will tolerate my ridiculous photo ideas for a very short period of time, and she'll make sure I know she's not particularly thrilled about it. I feel it's also important to say that they absolutely love wearing clothes. They have a collection of sweaters, a few scarves, some ridiculous hats and several Halloween costumes. Those things don't phase them at all. Sophie even gets a wiggle butt when it's time to put on a sweater or her jammies.
I know, I probably am coming off like a real crazy person. And that's okay. I don't mind, because I know most people are quite fond of my dogs too - even if they haven't met them. I know it's not just me! I mean, I don't think it's possible to look at their wrinkly faces and NOT fall in love with them. You just can't. They're the cutest. Every year we have some sort of birthday party for them, whether it's just us or a play party with their BFF (my friend's sweet rescue pittie, since her birthday is just five days before Meat and Sophie's)...Read More