There are big things that need to happen to my sewing she shed to make it a better work environment, such as; electrical, insulating, and dry wall, but those have to wait a bit longer. In the mean time I am focusing on the little details that make her my own.
I found this sweet little hedgehog at Hobby Lobby and couldn’t pass it up. Even though I am located in the south “y’all” isn’t a word I use frequently so I wasn’t a huge fan…but I knew I could make it just right for ME! Have you ever found something that was wonderful, but you just weren’t a fan of one part that could be pretty easily updated? Tell me about your repurpose or update in the comments!
With two coats of chalkboard paint and just a little copper metallic paint around the edges I had a nice canvas for whatever I wanted it to say! I really wanted to celebrate the blog so I chose “Sew She Shed” It seemed applicable! 😉
I have a Silhouette Cameo that I rarely use, but I knew this was the perfect tool for this project! The silver metallic vinyl was a bit of a nightmare with the tiny machine cut, but I pushed through and I love how it turned out.
Today there will be some fabric flower creating to place a bouquet under the sweet little hedgie, what do you think? Maybe soon I will get some of the bigger things done, but until then I’m going to enjoy my cute blue porch and adorable hedgie!
Interested in vinyl cutting? You can find a great deal on a Cameo on Amazon! While I do not use my frequently, I do love how easy it is when I decide to pull it out!