There’s a very talented blogger and photographer that I’ve been following for several years now. Her name is Ashley and her blog is Under The Sycamore. She lives in Oklahoma, and after following her blog for a couple years, I attended one of her photography workshops last year. She doesn’t offer live workshops any longer, but does have an amazing online workshop. You can find information about the workshop on her website here. I HIGHLY recommend the workshop to anyone who wants to learn more about shooting with their DSLR camera. She teaches about how to stop shooting in automatic and start shooting in manual mode, general composition rules, how to tell a story with you photos, lighting techniques, and much, much more. It honestly is such a great workshop and worth every penny.
The particular photography workshop I attended was blogged about here.
That all being said, she is just an extremely talented woman. If you ever visit my Pinterest boards, you will find lots of things that I’ve pinned from her blog. When I saw her post about the closet dividers she made for her daughter’s room, I knew I wanted to re-create them. It was a quick project that I was able to complete during one of Haley’s naps. Love that!
First, I traced the O’s onto the paper and then cut them out.
Then, I painted one side of the O’s with some acrylic paint.
Next, I glued the paper O’s to the unpainted side of the wooden O’s.
And lastly, I stuck on some number stickers for each size of clothes (3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 2T, 3T, 4T, and 5T).
The finished product: