I think it turned out pretty cute and it was really inexpensive.
Total cost for entire project: $10.
I keep telling myself that not only do these self-indulging projects improve our "Home and Gardens," aka "Tiny apartment and doormat," but they also help my husband. How is this possible, you may ask? I'm not really sure, but I'm hoping that someday I can come up with an answer so I'm not forced to forgo my silly antics. Maybe I'll start a magazine funneled after Better Homes and Gardens and I'll just tack on Husbands as an after-the-fact so that people feel better about their projects. Nick just never gets excited about my projects like I do! BUT, maybe if the magazine acknowledged the husband's role in "the projects," then they would feel that they were worthwhile? I hope so.
Speaking of husbands. Mine is the greatest. I think he deserves a shout out here. There is simply not a harder working guy out there.
Here's what we do when my hubby isn't working:
Salt Lake Temple Sesh.