I’m not usually one for trends, but my goodness do I love how many pom pom projects there are out there right now. There’s just something so nice about how simple yet how much fun + color they can bring to anything. In this case, now that it’s officially spring, we’re talking about planters! This one is SUPER easy and only takes a half hour, so you can back to more important things like enjoying that extra hour of daylight. Here’s how: Continue reading…
Alright friends, we’re going to kick Monday off with some real talk: it’s been a while since I’ve felt creative. I know right now you’re probably thinking, umm girl you run a DIY blog for a living, what are you talking about?! But hear me out.
I love being a blogger more than I can honestly express. I love and am proud of the content that has been produced here over the years and it has pushed me to be better as a photographer/stylist/etc. But with that being said, there is strategy and reason behind every post. Before I hit publish I have to ask myself a series of questions, do the images relate back to my brand? how does this tie into my long term goals? is it okay to say fuck in a blog post? If you’ve ever turned a hobby into a job, I know you know the feeling.
Happy Friday friends! And seeing that it’s St.Patrick’s day, I’m going to assume that a majority of you are reading this post either drunk or hungover, which is why I love you and will keep it short. Here’s some cool shit I came across on the internet this week! Check it out and have a fun and safe weekend!
– Today calls for boozy coffee shakes.
– Christene Barberich is the coolest woman with the coolest home!
– The prettiest quilled flowers.
– Like I need another reason to drink more wine.
– I’ve never seen a prettier cooler door DIY!
– The recipe sounds great, but the color of this smoothie!
If you thought my rhinestone obsession was just a phase, I’m happy to tell you that it’s not. The good news is that more and more I’ve noticed them creeping in on the style radar, especially on heels. And perhaps the even best news of all is that the trend is 100% DIY-able and takes little effort to pull off. Here’s how:
Time: 30 minutes