We like to take risks. We live life on the edge. Okay, that may be taking it too far. (We’re not skydivers or anything.) However, when it comes to fashion and/or home fashion, we do like to buck trends (or perhaps try and start some?). In fact, just this week, Mrs. Dreamer was told by a co-worker with a flick of the wrist and waved hand, “Honey, that does not work!” To which she replied, “Whatever!” – complete with met thumbs and extended forefingers in the infamous “W” pose. Hmph.
In a Dream-example, we know that our cornice boards are not necessarily topping the window covering “must” lists of home decorator “experts”…
And just in case some people might agree with us, a Dreamers “first” is forthcoming – A DIY Guide! Stay tuned…
Anywho, we took that same, “How can we be different?” attitude when it came to our guest book for our recent Open Dream Party. We had hoped to get our guest bedroom done – painted, furniture’d, bed-spread’d, blind’d, curtain’d, and accessorie’d pre-party. But that just did not happen. Oh well! Why not embrace the open space of blank, white walls, turn them into the canvases they are, and let our guest’s freedom of expression run loose? Hence, we present you with our Guest-Book-Dreamffiti-Wall:
We could have easily worked this into our “Paris in the Dream” post as graffiti was an ever-present sight in the many train stations we passed through on our trip. But this Dreamffiti is not meant to be an eyesore. It’s a fun memory. When we do get around to painting this room, it will be covered up. But we’ll know what sassy and sweet comments lie behind the paint:
Don’t we have sweetly clever friends?
Perhaps this idea got your creative dreams going? Since we’re putting together our first DIY guide as we type (we’re great at multi-tasking), why not practice? You just need three things for your very own Dreamffiti wall:
And there you have it. Legal (and encouraged) graffiti.