You know how when you are in blogland you can kind of fall down a rabbit hole and pretty soon one thing leads you to another, and then you go to that place and you end up somewhere else?? Well I fell down that hole and I'm so glad I did.
I happened upon the coolest picture of a covered table here. The table was covered in the prettiest oilcloth fabric. It was like a eureka moment for me. I knew I had to learn more. I'm in the process of pulling together my studio, and girls it is going to be FABULOUS! It will be by far my favorite room in the house. I can't wait to show it to you. But it's not finished, so you can't see it yet...I'm funny that way.
My search of oilcloth on Etsy brought me to the most amazing store called The Oilcloth Addict. She had tons and tons of cloth to choose from and immediately my head started to swim. Heaven! Then I saw she lived in Richmond, VA and I just knew! I knew I had to meet this gal.
She just wrote a book and it is full of awesome oilcloth projects like labels, bibs, aprons, totes, pillows, party banners etc... Seriously there isn't anything you can't make with this stuff and it wipes clean. I'm going to cover my work tables in my art area with it. YAY!!
So the girls and I loaded up and headed into the city to meet her. I was slightly nervous. It was my first time driving into Richmond by myself. We live in the burbs. There are toll roads and I HATE toll roads. Then I got lost and I HATE getting lost. But this gal was worth the drive. She was pure sweetness. Her name is Kelly and she is the mastermind behind that awesome store and another one called Modern June...love!
She had an awesome chalkboard fabric. Have you ever heard of such a thing?? I love chalkboard anything, but fabric?...AWESOME!!! I'm going to make banners or something with it.
She had me try it out...I wrote hello. I looked down a minute later and Big Chick had written God is bigger. Made me smile. Love that my girls know He is bigger. That's pretty amazing to me.
So there you have it. One awesome adventure. Lots of inspiration. Go check out Kelly...oh and if you want to meet her for yourself she's selling at the Country Living Fairs in both Columbus, Ohio and Atlanta, Georgia this Fall. Oh how I wish I could go to those.
Have a blessed day.