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I walked past this piece at the resale shop three times before it hit me.

It was only $25.00 and it was perfect for our vision.

It is one of the focal pieces of the remodel.

What on earth could we be doing with an old mirror? Any ideas?

Do you have any guesses yet on the overall look of the remodel?

Have a wonder-filled day,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:  My husband ran over my class ring with a bulldozer by accident when we were dating.  I married him anyway! 🙂

Disney Institute – “Plus it up”, what the heck does that mean?!


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The magic and enthusiasm of the Disney Institute workshop is over, now what? This post is about exactly that,  for a small business in Indiana.

If you have attended a Disney Institute workshop, you know that Disney has a term called “plus it up”.   What this means is,  once you have your idea or project done and ready to go, take one more look and see if you can make it just a little better (plus it up).

The example they gave at the workshop was from a scene in Roger Rabbit. There was a hanging lamp over a table in one scene and the lamp gets bumped and begins to sway back and forth. It made no real difference to the movie and the average viewer will probably not even notice.  It did however add a lot of production time to that scene. Why did they bother? Because they wanted to make that scene just a little bit better.  They “bumped the lamp”, another way they refer to “plus it up”.   Next time you watch the movie, check it out.

In my last post I told you I would let you know what we did to “plus up” our project.

Before

The basic room is finished in the above picture but it didn’t have the right atmosphere yet. The awnings were giving it an outdoor feel, so we went with that idea. We added the flower boxes…..

and an old-fashioned lamppost (we actually made this lamppost)…….

And I can’t forget the complementary lollipops in our mailbox.

Help Yourself

Remember that unexpected hidden Mickey I mentioned in my last blog?

The bracket was used upside down revealing a hidden Mickey.

Have a wonder-filled day,
Donna

Random me: I married my high school sweetheart.

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