|Sometimes, we just need a do-over!|
The good news is that it's totally okay to make mistakes and to re-do projects. If you mess up any DIY, just fiddle with it until it works! Or, completely scrap it and start fresh. No big deal.
Here's a few of my recent do-overs:
|This was the tassel necklace when I first made it... about 6 inches shorter than I planned!|
So, I just snipped the string of beads off, and started over!
|Remember when I painted my craft stool? Well, I hated the color! So, I bought a new sample sized color and did it all over again :)|
|This one's an oldie... but it took me literally a year and a half to get around to painting this brush holder!|
I'm still not sure I like it... but I can always change it again!
Hopefully I'm not the only one to mess things up :)
Yep, crazy how much you can keep out of the "public eye" with editing, do-overs, etc. Magic of photography is very helpful for me! By the way, I saw the post of your donuts and quickly scrolled away to this post, you evil temptress!!ReplyDelete
Haha! Hey, I post healthy recipes too sometimes ;)Delete
i love your projects !!!ReplyDelete
Aw thanks :) they ended up working out in the end, haha :)Delete
thsnks for your honesty and the tips, you´re great...ReplyDelete
Oh thank you! :) sometimes I think people need to know the DIY bloggers don't have it all together, haha!Delete
Lovely projects. It's always hard to get it right the first time :)ReplyDelete
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I completely agree! Can't wait to check out your blog :)Delete
Cool projects :) Love the blue chair!ReplyDelete
Thanks! It's much better this time around :)Delete
Oh gosh this kind of thing happens to me all the time lol.ReplyDelete
:) it's good to know I'm not alone!Delete
I must have missed the brush holder! That is so cute!ReplyDelete
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Thank you! I'm thinking about painting it silver now...hahah :)Delete