Aren't these great? I think a few will definitely be making the birthday wish list!
TGIF! It's wedding season -- my Saturday will include a drive to Columbia to see one of Clay's college friends get married. In addition to those festivities, I'm looking forward to drinks on the patio, a little yard work, and plenty of relaxing!
Some of my favorites from around the internet this week...
Can't wait to try this recipe.
It's sandal season! I need to make this rosemary + peppermint food scrub.
This post from one of my favorite bloggers is so honest and true.
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Lots of new items will be rolling out over the next couple of weeks... think paper straws, baker's twine, washi tape, and other goodies! As always, these items will be a fresh take on vintage style.
These supplies are perfect for decorating for baby showers, birthday parties, and other special occasions, as well as for gift wrapping, scrapbooking, and crafts.
Be sure to check the Etsy shop for these new finds! Also, let me know if you are planning with a special theme in mind -- I'd love to help you create a special look for your next event!
So excited for the weekend! I'm still in recovery mode from last week's big work event and I'm ready to relax for a couple of days! A few things that caught my eye this week...
Emily's DIY gold leaf handbag is amazing! I met her at Indie Craft Parade last year and she is so sweet and so talented!
This recipe for Parmesan Crisps looks too good to be true. Can't wait to try it!
I'm obsessed with every item in the Grace Design shop! The colors, the geometric prints... love it all.
Without fail, each Spring I get the urge to clean and organize the house. (No doubt that Clay wishes I had this urge all the time, but I say take what you can get!)
A weekend or so ago, I decided to makeover a corner of our closet. I was tired of my jewelry hidden away and thought I would wear more if it was out where I could see it. (The same with my scarves.)
Our closet is a bit of a funny shape, so this small blank wall was staring you down as soon as you opened the door. I started by hanging my favorite faux antlers, available here, to hold scarves and necklaces.
Clay's mom had given me this thrifted end table, one coat of white paint to give it a rustic, worn look, and it was ready to hold my jewelry.
I pulled together a little collection of my favorite bowls and trays, mostly from Anthropologie and Target.
Love the hand! It was a gift from my mom and looks like an old glove form, maybe. An easy way to store your bangles and bracelets is to use an old glass bottle.
I'm happy with this "found" space. Lesson for the day? Don't underestimate your home and your ability to come up with creative storage solutions!
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