Friday, April 16, 2010

"lovely" science project - the goods behind the will {part deux}

Somewhere in the distant future I will be finished with pharmacy school and can return to a life filled with simple pleasures and loveliness.

Here is my latest little project that I have smooshed between 2 rather intense exams. FYI...every day, EVERY DAY I have an exam OR quiz.

Inspired my by love for science and nature, here is my lovely little project:



Using the same font that inspired my PB Numbered Pillows and using FREE test tubes (hehe...love being a former teacher), I took my $1 Goodwill test tube rack from this:



And made it oh so pretty:



Come Spring...I swoon over pink.

I can not help but smile when I look at my little project. It is just perfect for making a window more Spring worthy.


Or even a garage floor more lovely.


Just know that my little pharmacy world doesn't hold a candle to my little blog world. :)

Cheers~
e

24 comments:

  1. What a 'lovely' creation! Perfect for a windowsil.
    Happy weekend to you.
    T

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  2. That is sooo very pretty! Pharmacy school! I worked in a pharmacy for years:) Best experience of my life! good job:)

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  3. Looks great!
    Test/quiz every day?! blah! It will be so worth it when you're done though!

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  4. So sorry school is so tough for you right now. I hope it gets better soon!
    This little project is so cute! I love the font and the word lovely. It looks great with the roses.
    good job!
    gail

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  5. Oh I love this!!! I am so sorry school is rough right now. I have lived what you are going through vicariously when a good friend of mine was going through pharmacy school. Ugh.... She would drive and I would quiz her, sometimes... not often though as we got distracted! ha ha

    Do you know I saw a stand and test tubes like that filled w/ spices once? It was so cool but I like what you have done. Much more practical and definitely prettier!

    Take care!!! :)

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  6. It says everything...it's LOVELY!!!!
    Have a LOVELY weekend!
    Warm greetings from Canada,
    Li :-)

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  7. so sorry school is rough... its not easy): but when done you will be so very happy(:
    love your lovely project!!very cute!have a great weekend~

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  8. YOU are lovely! What a beautiful little piece that will certainly bring you peace during these rough days. Hang in there friend, you have come a long way and are so close. I can't imagine being in pharmacy school...hats off to you!!
    Julie

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  9. It's lovely & fabulous all in one swoop. I want to find a test tube holder now and some test tubes.

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  10. Oh, it is so pretty!! I love the stain/paint you chose...and pink looks SO good in it!

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  11. I love what you did here! So inventive! Coming over from Funky Junk Interiors and a happy new follower!

    Jeanine

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  12. I just adore this as a flower holder - Looks fabulous! Thanks so much for sharing - now I just need to find one of those holders!!!

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  13. You deserve a break after those intense exams. Your latest project is brilliant!

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  14. Your creativity ASTOUNDS me! Science never looked so "lovely". Especially love the darling vignette--looks so effortlessly chic.

    And oh my goodness, I would shed tears of sheer happiness if you ever text me to share your decor finds. I mean, you'd open the Pandora's box of treasure hunting. My BFF here doesnt have the patience for this stuff. You'd never get rid of me! HA!!!

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  15. SHUT THE FRONT DOOR! E, I abolutely looooove this!! You are so insanely clever and brilliant! I might have to copy you. So cute!!

    Knock 'em dead! Those exams won't know what hit them!

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  16. Hi! I found your blog via Thrifty Decor Chick...I love what you did with this! I now want to find myself this little find and make my own...so beautiful and whimsy! Love it! Nice to visit your blog and now a follower. Looking forward to knowing you. :)

    Hugs,
    Victoria

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  17. That looks great. Thanks for sharing at check me out saturday www.iamonly1woman.blogspot.com

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  18. What did you use for the lettering on this and the numbered potting pots you did?

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  19. The font is ENGRAVERS MT. :) Best of luck!!!

    Cheers~
    e

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  20. So clever and lovely! Venturing over from Beneath My Heart. Have a marvelous weekend!

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