Goodbye FALL! Until next year...
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Monday, November 28, 2011
Well, the weather is still 70 degrees outside, but I'm already thinking of getting all wrapped up. Okay, maybe not with scarves and mittens quite yet, but I am starting to plan my holiday wrapping, my favorite part of gift giving. Here is some inspiration to get me started...
Choosing a holiday card can be overwhelming. There are just so many great options. Check out some of these amazing Christmas cards I've been scouting online & be on the lookout, some of you may be receiving one of these in the mail this year!
Saturday, November 26, 2011
I'm like crazy in love with this new indie film, Like Crazy.
This real life portrayal of the trials and tribulations of a long distance relationship takes you on a roller coaster of high and lows as you relate and empathize with the movie's characters. It's an impeccable illustration of young love, both beautiful, and inevitably challenging.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
For years, I've been browsing estate sales, thrift store and antique markets for unique vintage finds. And now, I've decided to share these great items with you by selling them on Etsy.
Writer's Block Vintage is my latest project that combines to of my favorite things: writing & antiques. With a focus on industrial desk items, Writer's Block Vintage offers a selection of antique typewriters as well as other vintage pieces that involve and inspire writing. Make sure to check in frequently as my inventory is always expanding and don't forget to share this link with friends & family.
And as a special offer for my readers and followers, I'm offering a special 20% OFF sale on all of the items in my store this weekend.
Simply enter the coupon code BLACKFRIDAY2011 at checkout and save on one-of-a-kind gifts this holiday season.
I hope you like what you see!
I have recently taken up knitting.
Yes, that's right. Another hobby to add to my growing list of DIY projects.
My good friend Ann Kamps showed my a few of the basics last night during our Knitting 101 Party. So far, I've learned the knit and purl stitches. She also showed me this little technique that incorporates 3 "loops" into the knit stitch to add various textures and patterns. I picked up the basic stitches quite quickly and found myself hesitant to put the needles down. I think I may have a new-found addiction on my hands. Hopefully soon, I'll have some new mittens too.
Next up, I'm going to make a scarf. Wish me luck!
And for the knitting gurus out there... check out Ravelry, a great online community that offers patterns, tools and resources for knitters and crocheters.