Made ribbon garland inspired by Pinterest. I have a little party coming up at work and this will be perfectly girly.
August is the month of vacations in Europe and I certainly made up my lack of vitamin D this summer. Portugal is the perfect destination for a few reasons: 1)it's inexpensive, 2)it's in the same time zone, 3)it's a short flight and 4)the weather is perfect.
Pretty packaging makes me eat my five a day.
My new alternative to Saltines. They are pefect because they are wrapped in personal portions. Get them at Partridges. (They also come in whole wheat and unsalted.)
I've had a hard time finding some fake flowers that look decent enough for me to want in my house. So I made some out of tissue paper and I quite like them. This isn't their final home, just a resting place while I whip up a few more.
door hanger, not yet on the door!
I know Halloween isn't really that big of a deal here and it certainly isn't celebrated like it is in America but I don't care! I saw some Halloween decor at TK Maxx and decided it was time to decorate.
little boo cat girl with a bobble head
Thanks to Country Living, I created some bats for the window. I saw these stuck on a door in their magazine and instantly knew I had to make some! I didn't really want to tape any on things, I had bigger ideas.
(I tried to take a picture outside, but the sun was causing to much reflection.)
bats in the window
I made mine fly in the window and I can't wait to carve a pumpkin to put underneath- I think the faint glow will make it look even better!
I love Anthropologie. I mean, who doesn't?! I have been drooling over some new tops from them like this one:
there is a new redhead in town...
The dilemma with my chair covers continues as I have not found anyone able to make them! So, while we were in the US I bought one of these:
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