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1  My pink and black office in Interior Decorating: Completed Projects by MainStreetAlto on: November 06, 2009 02:46:40 PM
This is my very, very small office.  I work from home, so I claimed this space as my own.  My favorite color is pink, but I'm not a girly-and-fluffy pink kind of woman.  We'll see what you think.



The french doors that open into the room.  There were yucky, off white sheers here when we moved in.  I got this sheer shower curtain at Goodwill for $1.99 and used it instead.





The wall right to the left when you walk in.  In our old house, we had painted the bathroom completely black and then put black-and-white framed photos ALL OVER the walls.  There are a few of them featured here.  The large rectangles you see are bulletin boards that I covered with fabric.  But I never ended up needing a bulletin board for anything, so I put a picture on one and my trusty wipe-off board on the other.  I wish I could do more on this wall, like more storage, but the french door and a closet door to the right would constantly slam into this wall.  Oh, and really want to get some kind of dramatic flower arrangement to put in the vase on the shelf.


The desk space on the opposite side of the room.  And some more of my black-and-white pictures on the wall.  I don't like having nearly this much clutter, but I do the best I can with the space I have and the husband I've got.   Tongue



The desk my husband made for me.  It's actually just a large piece of wood that is sitting on two black filing cabinets.  I painted the top in pink with a large black daisy.


Unfortunately, right next to my office is the bathroom.


My awesome pink vintage light cover.
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2  My unframed projects in Needlework: Completed Projects by MainStreetAlto on: November 06, 2009 02:26:43 PM
This is the first time I'll be posting any of my own stuff, so please be kind. Grin





I read quite a bit and was always searching for a bookmark, and then I'd end up using a gum wrapper or something.  I decided I needed a proper bookmark, so I did this one.  The letters are sparkly silver thread.



I do not like this one.  This was a kit that I believe my mom found at Goodwill a while back, and I was bored one day so I started it.  The writing seems like an afterthought, since it's just backstitch.


This was a pattern I found online, and I did it in patriotic colors, meaning to give it to a friend of mine that decorated her whole house this way.  Haven't gotten around to it yet...



Did this one to put in my son's room, but he's 4 now and it seems a little baby-ish for that.  Haven't decided what to do with it yet.


Made for my brother, a fellow Office fan, but I might just keep it.

Working on getting all these framed as we speak.
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