How Cute Is That? is my mom’s favorite expression — and our ongoing home decor & DIY series. From aprons to attics to alternative offices, we’re breathing new life into anything old, sharing inspired ideas,  and spinning mismatched scraps into charming decor. And YES, you can try this at home!
 

Click here to see all the posts in this ongoing project series.

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see all the posts in this ongoing project series. – See more at:
http://kellyraeroberts.blogspot.com/search/label/%22how%20cute%20is%20that%22#.T94mdPHeb8A

 

 

How Cute Is That? is my mom’s favorite expression — and our ongoing home decor & DIY series. From aprons to attics to alternative offices, we’re breathing new life into anything old, sharing inspired ideas,  and spinning mismatched scraps into charming decor. And YES, you can try this at home!
 
Click here to see all the posts in this ongoing project series.

– See more at: http://kellyraeroberts.blogspot.com/search/label/%22how%20cute%20is%20that%22#.T94mdPHeb8A

 

How Cute Is That? is my mom’s favorite expression — and our ongoing home decor & DIY series. From aprons to attics to alternative offices, we’re breathing new life into anything old, sharing inspired ideas,  and spinning mismatched scraps into charming decor. And YES, you can try this at home!
 
Click here to see all the posts in this ongoing project series.

– See more at: http://kellyraeroberts.blogspot.com/search/label/%22how%20cute%20is%20that%22#.T94mdPHeb8A

 

I had this tiered fruit basket sitting around and wondered what else I could do with it.

 

I also had a ton of photos of all my found hearts. An idea hit me…
I created a photo mobile by simply turning the tiered fruit basket upside down. I then punched holes in the photos and tied them to the upside down basket with various strands of ribbon. I had a ton of photos, so I glued them together, back to back.
I hung it up in my new shared studio space. Love, love, love.
Friends, HOW CUTE IS THAT? 

Hi, I'm Kelly Rae Roberts!

Before I picked up my first paintbrush at the age of 30, I was a medical social worker. I followed my whispers and started playing with paint and everything changed.

Now I’m a full-time artist, author and Possibilitarian, who helps women explore and nourish their creative souls.

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