When we were out of power last week, we went to Ross and Marshall's to get some big jar smell-good candles on the cheap.
We took our time going through each aisle and I spotted this decorative rhino.
He was $10 and I almost bought him. But I put him back because I decided he wasn't necessary.
At home I went through some of our origami boxes and found this guy:
I thought he was the better rhino. So he now has a place on our ladder shelf in our living room, next to our printer stamps. New life for almost-forgotten origami!
Here is another shot in the living room, which shows my chair I got from a friend who was moving.
I have since moved my brother's marine photo to the frame gallery on our staircase wall. I will post some new photos of that soon.
A few weeks ago, after we made our t-shirt quilts, I had some extra fleece and an extra shirt and decided to make this pillow for myself.
I already had the batting on hand, and the project didn't cost me anything since I already had all of the materials for it. It is perfect for while I am at work. During peak season it's going to be great having a pillow behind my back to help me keep my posture. It's really easy to sit the wrong way at the computer and end up with weird neck/shoulder pains. This pillow is going to help me out this coming season!