3/5/15

Scallops for Spring



Floral Dress lovely print - Scalloped Jacket - Cut Out Dress - Lace Shorts - One Piece Swim Suit so cute - Leather Clutch - Cake Stand perfect for entertaining - Black Flats - Bikini

Scallops for Spring
Here we are in for another round of bad weather. We can receive up to 3 inches of sleet followed by up to 8 inches of snow and then couple all of that with record low temperatures for this time of year. So, I am definitely dreaming of some nice Spring weather, some nice Spring days to relax outside.

Above I have collected some great items for Spring with scallops. I am huge fan of scalloped edges on clothing. I just find them to add a feminine touch to any item. They also add an interesting cut to an item. I'm ready for better weather, cute dresses, and comfortable flats. Adding scalloped edges to dresses and shoes is just adorable! How do you feel about scallops?


Stylish For Less: Under $100

finds under $100
stylish for less: under $100
Pink Coat / Midi Skirt / Crystal Earrings (so lovely!) / Crochet Detail Top (pretty and feminine) / Triangle Bra / Sunglasses / Floral Crown (perfect accessory for spring) / Pearl Cuff (dainty!) / Ring Set / Petite Pearls Earring Set / Sandals (love these!)

Some pretty finds for your week. Most are under $50 with the exception of this pretty pink coat that is under $100. These earrings, this feminine top, and these jeweled sandals are beautiful and rank among my top favorite finds lately. I am itching to do a little shopping but have been trying to restrain lately. It looks like it might be time to finally give in and make some pretty purchases for spring.

3/4/15

DIY Pom Pom Push Pins


DIY Pom Pom Push Pins
I love to collect office supplies. I like pretty and colorful supplies. When I find things that I like on sale I buy them even if I don't need them and store them in a box in my closet until I can use it. These pom pom push pins are perfect for any bulletin board. I have a small bulletin board in my bedroom and have been wanting some pretty push pins for it for a while now. Finally I decided to just make my own. These turned out perfectly! I may have to make more to take to my classroom for the big bulletin boards there.



Supplies
Push Pins
Pom Poms
Elmer's Glue
Paint Brush

Directions
1. Gather your supplies. I added a paint brush to my supplies because the brush with the glue was too big for the small push pins. Also for the pom poms you can buy them or make your own. For this project I bought mine.
2. Use the paint brush to apply some of the glue to the top of the push pin. Press a pom pom to the top and hold for a few seconds. Then lay to the side to finish drying.
3. Repeat step 2 until you have as many pom pom push pins as you want. I left mine to dry for about an hour and then I stored them in a jar until I was ready to use them.




3/3/15

Decorating for Sping


Decorating for Spring
Well, the weather may be horrible here but it is March now. To me March means Spring is just around the corner. Even though we still have some snow on the ground and there is no Spring like weather outside, I have been thinking about ways to bring Spring inside the house. With all of the Christmas and Winter decorations gone now is the time to add touches Spring to your decor. Spring decor must include flowers and bring colors.

Pinterest is a great place to look for decorating ideas. Above are some of my favorite ideas that I found for Spring. The little bunny picture frame would be such an easy DIY to complete. I love the addition of the pom pom to create a cute little bunny tail. The rain boots with flowers is such a fun idea too. You would definitely need some pretty and colorful rain boots like those pictured to have a beautiful display. Will you decorate for Spring?


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