Saturday, November 12, 2011
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
My sewing machine has been broken for quite some time now and I finally fixed it, and got to sewing! I started on this thrifted long sleeve I got awhile ago.The print is perfect for fall but the sleeves were just too much, so I took them off and then shortened the length about 2 1/2 inches. It turned into a very cute cropped tank...and since it has buttons all the way down, it doubles as a vest!
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Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Monday, October 3, 2011
This is such a great way to display cute things in a fun way! I just moved and my room has this great wood paneling, perfect for this project. I've been collecting what I've wanted to put in my own collage for awhile now, and finally had enough things to start it!
Sunday, September 25, 2011
-Starting today I'm going to share great 'sales/discounts/bargains' I've found, every Sunday! Each post is going to have a price point, and I'm going to find the best goods in that particular site and or store that are all priced at and below that price. I'm so excited to share my first site I discovered!!
UK's largest independent online fashion retailer. Best part free shipping worldwide!!
For the girls:
For the girls:
p.s. These dresses arent exactly 'second day of fall material', but throw on a pair of dark jewel tone tights and you're all set!
for the boys:
Saturday, September 24, 2011
ATTN: Super quick and easy project.
All you need is one BIG scrapbook sticker, construction paper and an old frame (psst...go to a thrift store for a really cute one like I did). 1) Trace the glass part of your frame onto the paper, then cut it out. 2)Place your sticker in the middle of the paper, then put your frame back together, and you're done! 3) Show it off in a cute spot in your home.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
|Screw in 2 eye hooks into 5 of the tile spacers. In the other 5 decorate them with marker however you'd like.|
|Glue the pretty ones onto the plain ones!|
|Cut two pieces of ribbon (about 20 inches long), clamp them into the ribbon ends and then "string" the pieces all together with the jump rings.|