June 8, 2012

If I write a goal down, I much more likely to fulfill them:) So thankful to Anna for having me as a guest, and motivating me to write down 5 things I hope to accomplish this summer….

 
1) Travel to a new place…maybe even a new state.

2) Write real handwritten post cards. I have had a goal all year long to write more handwritten notes. This summer, I want them to be postcards. Something so nostalgic about them:)
3) Take bike rides….lots of them. We just got a bike trailor than can even fit both of my babies in so we can have family bike rides. Maybe I should get a bike basket to make it a real show.

4) Explore my city. Atlanta has so many mom & pop shops, restaurants, and spectacular parks. I loved this journal to record the expeditions.
5) Do something unexpected. Its always good to venture outside of your comfort zone and grow spiritually, mentally, or challenge yourself physically. I am not sure what I will do yet, but I am excited to jump:)

3 Step DIY: Neon Trim Cardigan

June 7, 2012

{Tank: Old Navy, Jeans: Paper denim, Sandals: Nine West, Neon Studs: Loren Hope, Bracelet: Loren Hope}

This is a fun way to revive your old cardigans, or add a little flave to your favorite:)
I saw this image on pinterest via Sincerely Jules, and since I couldn’t find the cardigan source, I decided to just re-vamped my own. Read on for full instructions!

Materials:
1/2 yard fabric (ribbon can also be used!)
Liquid Stitch
Scissors
Cardi of choice
Instructions:
1) Measure out your fabric of choice in the lengths of your cardigan edges.
2) Cut strips along the edge of your fabric approximately 1/4-1/2 in. wide.
3) Using liquid stitch, slowly attach your strips along the edges of your cardigan and let dry.

I am keeping these DIY’s simple for you folks! They are the only ones I have time for;)
I hope you enjoy!

Blog Takeover: Marisol of Boutique No. 1524

June 6, 2012

I am honored that Anna has invited me as a guest in IHOD, as I truly admire her talent and integrity in everything she shares.
I am Marisol from Boutique No.1524, a little space created to curate beautiful details that would inspire me for ongoing design projects; while sharing with others in the process. I consider myself a modern/classic and I believe this reflects throughout my blog.
{No. 1 – west elm  | No. 2 – anthropologie | No. 3 – west elm | No. 4 – pandora | No. 5 – stone textile | No. 6 – liberty london | No. 7 leather bracelet via hermes}
Inspiration comes in different forms, but one of my favorites is within the ‘collections’ series; where I get to curate beautiful fashion and decor within a given category. Today I would like to share one of these collections which I hope becomes one of your summer musings! 

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