Today we have an awesome Use It Up Pin Spin from Christina to show you! Here's her submission:
Hello, Pinstrosity ladies! From the moment I found your charming corner of the internet I was hooked. I love your kind and positive attitudes and the way you are solution-oriented without taking yourselves too seriously. It's the perfect mix. And I have finally gotten my act together enough to send a submission! Happy day.
I'm renovating a nook in our house into a tiny art studio for myself, and I've been having so much fun coming up with artsy, girly decor. I decided to combine these two pins to make my own fabulous mobile for my corner (because who says mobiles have to be only for babies?):
I rolled out some air dry paper clay I had leftover from an assignment in an art class I'm taking, and made the lace imprints with lace scraps I've had for years. Then I free-handed the drop shapes with a sharp knife (I didn't have a drop-shaped cutter). Finally, I hung them from driftwood I collected on our vacation last year with some pretty, colored twine I had in my stash of crafty...stuff. Voila! A beautiful mobile to hang in my space. It was an easy and very rewarding project.
I LOVE this. What a great project. And, I love the handkerchief "garland" you can see in the background of the last photo. What a great space! So light, and feminine, and happy! Thanks Christina for this awesome project!