If you remember, Grady and I took a trip to the Wine Country back in October. Usually on our trips I like to bring back a bold piece of art...and, although I found a few things in San Franscisco, I was devastated that I never found anything in the Sonoma/Napa area.
Luckily, I took a ton of pictures. :)
This one was one of my favorites. It was taken at Lambert Bridge, a to die for winery in Healdsburg.
After a little tweaking in Photoshop, I printed it out and stuck it in this old, $2 thrifted frame.
I wish I had a fabulous tutorial to share with you...
with detailed pictures and a complete how-to...
but I have none of those.
Wood work isn't and probably never will be in my cards.
Instead, I have Pop.
I guess you haven't met Pop before (that's him in the green, by the way).
Despite the incredible pieces of furniture he's created, he's always been pretty modest about his carpentry skills.
But, if you ask me...