Hippity Hoppity Easter is on it's way! I know, cheesy central, but it really is just around the corner! We've all been there. Just not enough time in the day to always do elaborate DIY decor or food for every party. I'm taking things back to our Easter egg hunt we threw for our friends and their littles two years ago. Overall, I kept things pretty simple(I had three kids, three and under, so had to--hah!) and kid-friendly with a little cute factor mixed in. Here's some springy inspo for your upcoming event!
part 2: leather strap shelves DIY
In my previous post seen here, you can see all the details on the decor in my new office space. This blog post is an attachment to provide an easy step-by-step on the shelving. I love the light and airy feel that is completed only with these shelves. I was going for something unique, but still simple with clean lines. I asked my brother in law who makes leather goods, to look into some colors for me. He went to a supplier in Texas on the hunt for a gorgeous light teal I was hoping for, but not knowing anything about leather, I wasn't sure they'd have it. Well you know the surprise already--they did!
I measured out two inch segments along the top width of the leather and marked with a pencil. Not having a big enough straight edge to do all in one take, I looked over and saw these long shelves that were perfect for the job, then I marked the length.
I recently became a full time work at home momma--insert happy dance! This called for an office space closer to the kiddies so I can work along side them throughout the day, so I moved my desk out to one of our living rooms. We have a pretty good work-play-work-play routine going and because of this, they let momma get a lot work done in between our quality moments spent together.
Almost every room in our house has a gray shade on the walls and my favorite accents are gold or light teal to go along with. Our house is definitely a cozy space with a light and airy feel, this new space blending perfectly. I hope you love this office space remodel and I know you'll adore our featured companies--Graphique de France, Tiny Prints, Allison Bradley Prints and Moxyo.
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What a gift it is to come across people that have taken something they've been through and chosen to make good out of it. When I first meet Tiffany of Wholeheartedly, it was like we had been friends for years and chatted away for the longest time. We found commonality in balancing mom life and work life, with a little entrepreneurship mixed in. Obviously, with our name, I am drawn to things of meaning, not just labels--things that get to the core of who you are as a person.
When you ask Tiffany about the name of her jewelry and clothing company, she explains, "I wholeheartedly wouldn't change any of the pieces that that make me who I am today and I can now wear every single one of my pieces with pride." She learned that as a single mother facing difficult times, that more often than not, people offered pity instead of encouragement. She basically said "no thank you" to accepting that, and found a way to empower herself to push through.
Hi! I’m Julie. I’m a busy, full-time working, pastor’s wife and mom of 2 VERY extremely busy boys (Judah, 8 and Asher 2). Our life is FULL in every aspect of the word. We are so very blessed and so very busy! Every year I find myself dreading the “all class gift occasions.” You know what they are: Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Halloween.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, I find myself, again, wondering what am I going to do. You see, I have this knack for being mildly creative, but not so crafty. Ugh. It’s a frustrating area to live in when you constantly come up with ideas, but don’t have the skills to carry it out. [Enter wildly handsome, ultra talented husband of mine.] God knew what he was doing when He put us together. We totally balance each other out and, more importantly, he knows how to create whatever pops up in my brain because he just so happens to be a genius graphic designer (on the side).
As we head into the new year ahead, we wanted to share some of your most favorite posts from 2016. In no particular order, here is our top 16! Thank you for supporting us and having fun alongside us. May you have a blessed year ahead!
,One of my favorite parts of Christmas is picking out wrapping paper at the beginning of the season. I love to walk to aisles of my favorite store (hello, Target!) during the first few days that they put it all out for display so I get to choose from all the options and not just the picked over stuff. Between the paper, bags, tissue, and all the beautiful tags I am filled with inspiration for how to dress my packages under the tree.
I know not every cares as much as me about how their packages look but I wanted to just take a minute to show you how simple it is to have nice packages with little to no effort at all.
It’s the most wonderful time of year!
And I am so glad to say that this year I am actually on top of my Christmas card game thanks to Tiny Prints!!
Way too often I find myself falling behind on ordering and sending Christmas cards to my friends and family. But thankfully a good friend of mine told me about Tiny Prints, which has literally made my life ten times easier. Not to mention, I have never been happier about how my Christmas cards turned out.
I cannot be the only one whose kiddos have a few too many run of the mill toys. Although I am sure Santa will be bringing a few more, I hope he also brings some of these high quality, unique, small shops goods. With every item being hand crafted or designed, you know an extreme amount of care and detail has gone into creating each little bow, book, or item of clothing. By shopping small, you are directly supporting a family or a dream for a mama to be at home with her babies, al while knowing exactly where your goodies came from!
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It's the day after Thanksgiving and you know what that means! Christmas! Christmas music, Christmas shopping, Christmas decor...everywhere. I always like to keep a little style in my decor, so alas, enter Buffalo Plaid. I walked into the amazing trap that Hobby Lobby is and saw of course, everything was marked down. "Why not make a new wreath this year?" And then, there it was, the light bulb moment where the scarf caught my eye. I could envision it draped on the wreath with a little fluff added in and here you go. My first contribution to Christmas this year and it's going to be hard to beat.
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