What new cool tech should you try? Why Bing with Dall-E. It’s easy and fun. You don’t have to be an artist. Just describe what you want in words and you will have some awesome illustrations!
I used new tech (Dall-E), existing tech (Word text to speech (not bad)), and old tech(PowerPoint), to come up with the above video. It’s medium resolution, so I’ll probably be updating it to higher resolution soon.
Hope you enjoy! PS If you want to read the text on slides best to keep your mouse hovering over the stop button.
Here are a couple of my favorite Linda + AI generated images:
Some people spend huge sums of money decorating but you don’t need to. Walmart’s Thrilling Decorating Adventure means you have access to powerful inexpensive materials enabling you to create individualist looks on any budget.
fun flexible and effective decorating tools
Take Walmart’s Thrilling Decorating Adventure and create innovative, personalized and coordinated designs. Walmart now sells some amazing and inexpensive decorating tools that are fun, flexible and effective to use. For example, 4’ x 1’ framed door mirrors at $5, 5” x 9” colored adhesive multi-pack panels at $5 and a line of inexpensive photo frames including 8” x 10” for $2 and 9” x 12” for $3 can transform even the gloomiest room in your home.
Spongy colorful stick on adhesive panels add drama
Stick-on adhesive panels are made from some sort of spongy plastic and are easy to cut with ordinary scissors. I used them to cover door holes that remained after I removed the nobs. The black and green designs go well with traditional black handles.
I also took some of my favorite colors from a hand made salvation army curtain to create a fun window header design which adds warmth and drama.
Light weight wall or door mirrors hide flaws
One of the two mirrors that I purchased hangs in a small hallway at the foot of the stairs. The other is on the bathroom door. They are mounted with small clipboards making the total cost of each about $8. Both mirrors have black frames in stark contrast to white walls. Ancient flaws fade into the background when contrasted with bold bright colors.
Personalize your environment with framed prints
Mpix.com offers digital prints for about $3 each so you can have your own gallery of professional looking framed prints for just $5 each. Here is an original digital art print by Alexandra Kaidan-Berry which looks great in our emerging living area!
A simple recipe for success is color + contrast + light
Your theme can be based on a print, artwork or design you’ve seen somewhere. Follow your heart to a magical adventure of creative splendor! Walmart’s thrilling decorating adventure can be yours today.
I would like to brag about my new DIY custom bar. It fits exactly in the spot I allocated and is 2 ft. wide, 4 feet long and 34 inches high. The top is a piece of ¾ inch oak plywood purchased at Lowes for $18. I stained it with red maple Johnson’s Mini wax purchased at ACE (next to Aldi’s) in Ilion for $7.50. I sealed it with 2 coats of polyurethane for about $2 (using less than ¼ pint). The single leg is hairpin midcentury style purchased on Amazon for $22. It took about 2 hours to construct including corrections for certain errors. The only tools required were an electric drill and bit, manual screw driver and a level. I used 4 #6 screws (best to use ¾ inch length). The total cost for this artsy practical DIY renovation is $49.50.
Interior doorway – An artsy practical DIY Renovation for Free!
The interior open doorway was created through a subtractive rather than an additive process. I chipped away at plasterboard to reveal the underlying structure rather than covering the rough opening with wood. The festive doorway decoration was created using an old Guess skirt with really nice fabric that no one wanted to buy from me :0. The fish medallion was an old present from my daughters. During the process of plaster chipping, I was surprised by a flying bit which got stuck in my eye; so make sure you use safety glasses! The total cost of this delightful doorway was my favorite price – zero dollars.
Entryway coat rack – $3
At the front door, I used a strip of 1 inch x ¾ inch x 4ft pine left over from another project. I added 6 very inexpensive hooks which can be purchased in quantity for $3 to $5 to create miscellaneous storage for coats and other random items. The total cost was $3. The art in this photo was created by Linda Kaidan and Alexandra Kaidan Berry and can be purchased at our 2Kaidans store on Etsy.com for $15 and under per print. We appreciate your business!