Showing posts from May, 2014

Glad You Came by The Wanted - piano cover (arranged by @LilTranscriber)

the first cover I ever did. enjoy! xoxo, sarah

When I Look Into Your Holiness (piano cover)

another cover. enjoy! xoxo, sarah

The One That Got Away - Katy Perry (piano cover)

a cover I did last year of Katy Perry's The One That Got Away. enjoy! xoxo, sarah

As The Deer (Piano Cover)

I covered As The Deer recently on the piano. enjoy! xoxo, sarah

DIY Wall Art - Splatter

I've seen splatter art before, but I never knew how people did it. soo me and lauren decided to experiment and try this out ourselves. this is literally was the quickest, easiest, and most fun we had crafting! splatter paint art all you need: - canvas (super cheap at Hobby Lobby) - paint **NOTE** do this project outside and wear old clothes because you will make a mess. literally all do you is throw paint at a canvas using a paint brush. that's it. it's so easy and so fun! xoxo, sarah

DIY Wall Art - Auburn Art

me and lauren attend Auburn University (war eagle!!!) so we both just knew we had to make some auburn-themed art for the new apartment. we saw this on etsy & pinterest and decided to make it ourselves. auburn art all you need is: - canvas (super cheap at Hobby Lobby) - paint this project is pretty self-explanatory, but make sure you choose the right colored paint for the writing if you decide to put some on there. our's showed up kind of dark, so we might go over it later with a lighter color. xoxo, sarah

DIY Wall Art

newspaper wall art I don't really have a name for this project, but it wasn't super difficult as well! all you need is: - a canvas (we got ours super cheap at Hobby Lobby!) - paint - mod podge - newspapers - optional: glue (if you prefer sticking the newspaper with glue instead of mod podge) first you stick the newspaper onto the canvas using either glue or mod podge (we used mod podge). then wait for it to dry. then paint polka dots in the sizes and colors of your choice! after it completely dries, paint a layer of mod podge on the entire canvas to make sure that the newspaper doesn't start peeling off or anything. wait for it all to dry and you're done! xoxo, sarah

DIY Wall Art - Canvas Flower

me and my friend Lauren FINALLY signed a lease for our new apartment for this upcoming fall!! and you know what that means... DIY time! these past two days, we created some art for our walls. Our apartment is literally all white, so we've decided to go with a bright colored, neon theme since we both love bright colors. DIY Canvas Flower this was really easy to do! all you need is: - a canvas (we got ours super cheap at Hobby Lobby) - several sheets cardstock/scrapbook paper (depending on how many colors you want) - paint - mod podge paint the canvas whatever color you want. wait for it to dry, then paint a center circle for your flower. we painted ours gold since it contrasted well with the teal. cut out petal shapes from the cardstock, then stick them on the canvas using the mod podge. after all the petals are on the canvas, paint a layer of mod podge all over the canvas. this will make sure that the petals don't come off and it will give the whole proje