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Friday, December 23, 2011
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Happy Holidays...every year at this time of year I wonder "How is it already December?!". I absolutely LOVE the holidays and am working hard to post a few new items in my shop and blog. I hope to have them up by mid week. If you enjoy the items I sell in my Etsy shop, please check it out this week for the new stuff. Maybe you will find that perfect hairpeice for your sister, aunt, cousin, friend...who has the same AMAZING retro taste as you!
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
For all you brides looking for some inspiration, look no further than StyleUnveiled.com
This is a beautiful site dedicated to Brides who want a little something extra special on their big day. My wedding and my company, American Tart, is featured on their blog today. Check it out here.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Of course, I mean the brand, not necessarily the person. Although I'm sure Martha is lovely! I just LOVE the way she has made SO much crafting and so many ideas highly accessible. She has a billion (probably more like a trillion) wonderful ideas on her sites and in her magazines. What's more- they are quite simple and many come with FREE clip-art. In a world where there is no free lunch I think it is so inspiring to bring this to people for free. Thank you Martha Stewart!!
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Our first Christmas together was perfect! We had our first Christmas tree! We had so much fun decorating it together. We also got to decorate the house together for the holidays. I am really big on holidays and I LOVE decorating and adding something special.
I made our first stockings! Our childhood stockings stay at our parents' homes, so we needed our own "adult" stockings. After seeing a few at stores (yuck!) and online (ok) I decided to make ours (silly me- don't know why I didn't think of that right away). This is what they look like. They were so simple! I just used cloth I already had for my other projects. My husband picked his fabric and I picked mine. 3 different patterns each. Then I made them reversible. I added vintage baubles from an irreparable vintage sweater I had. My husband wanted his simple. Just the fabric. My husband says they are SOOO much nicer and more special than anything we would have bought- thanks hubby! Here's how they turned out: