Little girl does the cutest things. Today I came into my room to find her “deco-ating, like jou, Mommy.”
(thank you for ignoring the unmade bed and bulb/shadeless lamp… we have a lived in home with unfinished projects. I know, you’re super shocked.)
I thought: “Awwwww, when you’re 2 1/2 years old. Anything is made better with pink sparkly beads.” My next thought was, “I have so much to teach you about decorating.” Then I realizes she really was like mommy. I decorate with pink and sparkles all the time.
Like these Martha Stewart Glitter Clothes Pins I recreated for Little Girl’s bedroom, to hold her artwork:
(inspired by this pinterest post)
or when I painted my keys so I could tell them apart:
I painted them according to what would make me think of their corresponding item. Like the sparkly gold key:
It goes with my sparkly gold minivan. I would hang my head in shame, but this car is a huge improvement over our previous beast of a truck that left us stranded on the side of the road more than any car should. When we finally got the van (which has A/C and auto windows…glory) the truck decided it wanted to behave and now we can lend it to other people. It’s redeeming itself for it’s past sins.
But back to the keys, this was a really simple process:
I just slapped some nail polish on those bad boys. If you are not already aware, I have a huge nail polish addiction. I actually made a commitment to myself that I would not buy anymore nail polish in 2012. But watch out 2013, cuz I will be back in the nail polish isle. I I used all my fav colors… because I love them and when I look at my keys, which I use about 10 times a day, I want to see something I like. What do you think? likey? no? too much?
Come on back tomorrow to see my tip for your front door key… you will love it.
How to you tell all your keys apart?
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