So while my kids were locked down today, I did what any mama in her jammies would do. I crafted. I locked my doors, prayed that the crazy man wouldn't end up in my neighborhood, finding refuge in my chicken coop, and got out my only weapon. My handy dandy saw. She not only kept me company, but also kept me safe. Cuz I don't have a gun. Although I'm thinking about it. But that's another blog post.
So I grabbed this old frame I had laying around, without a photo inside, and I cut a square of plywood. Then I got to work on my signature chevron. After it was dry, I sanded it down til it was worn out and I ripped the back off that little frame.
Then I laid the frame on top of the board.
And I ran into the office to print off a piece of scripture art from pinterest. Then I glued the frame down and voila!
And I put her in place on the wall, flanking her with some Italian trays my mom gave me a long time ago.
Not bad for a day of worrying and taking my frustrations out on wood.