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DIY + Projects + Style / Thursday, 23 Feb 2017

Crepe Paper Fringe Necklace

Crepe Paper fringe necklace

You know the feeling when you find the perfect shirt and you feel like you need it in all the colors? Or the perfect pair of jeans so you buy 3 different washes in the same style? That’s how I feel about this necklace. I’m head over heals for this crepe paper fringe necklace! It’s a little bit bohemian, a little bit victorian, and the perfect accessory to add a bit of color to an outfit. We made the green one thinking it would be the perfect way to add a touch of green to your wardrobe for St. Patrick’s day. I love the way it looks against the dark blue dress. It’s a little moody and understated. But then I had another idea…Crepe Paper fringe necklace

We decided to take it a step further and do a whole rainbow spectrum! I can’t help my affinity for rainbows, I think it’s part of my genetic makeup… but I’m not mad about it! The rainbow gave the necklace a completely different look! The way it pops against the graphic black and white window pane shirt is too good. So whether you go for monochromatic, rainbow, or both(!) you’ll be sure to make a statement!

To make your own, follow the instructions after the jump!
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collaborations + Costumes + Projects / Monday, 10 Oct 2016

3 last minute DIY costumes from your craft closet

DIY unicorn costume

I think about what I’m going to wear for Halloween nearly every single day of the year. Sadly, I’m not joking. BUT, when it comes down to actually carrying out my plans, I’m usually so burned out that I end up doing something quick and easy if I do anything at all. Well, this Halloween season, we’ve teamed up with Bath and Body Works over the next three weeks to create 7 costumes inspired by their large variety of sweet smelling fragrance mists. Today we’re sharing 3 last minute costumes you can make from your craft closets, which is good for all of you who don’t want to put that much time or money into your costumes. Think tissue paper, paper plates, and drinking straws, cardboard, balloons, paint, batting. All cheap and easy yet have so much impact. In fact, I wore the unicorn costume to my first costume of the season and the kids loved it! Also on the list: hippies…diy-hippy-costume-from-craft-closet-34…and an all pink Marie Antoinette.DIY Marie Antoinette Halloween costume Learn how to make the costumes and see what we were inspired by. Read on →

Life / Friday, 17 Jun 2016

This week

Rainbow Man in Santa Fe

Thank you to everyone who voted for my birthday trip destination. I listened! And you had so many good tips. Thank you! If you follow along on Instagram or Snapchat you are well aware of where I ended up…Santa Fe!

Santa Fe hadn’t really been on my radar until the last year or so when I heard amazing things from my friend, Meta,  who regularly visits because her husband is an artist whose work is shown there. And she wasn’t kidding. Santa Fe is it’s own world of magic. SO many art galleries, SO many artists who have created their own worlds. Georgia O’Keefe, Alexander Girard, Tinkertown, MEOW WOLF! Gah! You guys! If you have any ounce of artistic loving, you’re in for a treat. We didn’t have the best food experience but some of the recommended places were closed for the week. Here’s a tip: if you like chilis, you’re in for a treat. If you don’t (like me or my sister), you’re outta luck.

I took my sister on the trip because we share the same birthday trip and she’s always loved the idea of going to Santa Fe. Perhaps because of Newsies? We are that generation. And yes, we sang the song the whole entire time. We attempted to watch it, but as our birthdays indicated, we are another year older, and fell asleep promptly.

I’ll be sharing more tips on Santa Fe soon! But in the mean time, here are some fun links for the weekend:

Anna Wintour and Amy Schumer switch jobs for a day 
If you’re in SLC, there are some rad summer workshops going on at Ink Run Press (like next week’s marbling class!)
Love this fruit salad mobile DIY
Only a couple of more days to shop from my Brickyard Buffalo sale
Congrats to Merrilee on her new doll shop. They are exquisite! You gotta get one!
LOVE this new monthly curated collection of art prints at Sycamore Street Press with guest editor Meta Coleman!
Dreams coming true!
A few of you have asked about this dress I was wearing in the poppy video. This is it!
A dreamy swimsuit! 

Happy weekend! 

Life / Friday, 20 May 2016

This week

Braid workshop, entrepreneurial series for women in Provo, UT

Hello friends! I’m a bit behind on life because of my Portland trip last week SO it’s a race against the clock getting some fun projects up for Monday and Tuesday. They are going to be good! Stay tuned!

Last night I had the opportunity to speak at Braid Workshop, a new series of workshops for women entrepreneurs here in Provo. This city rocks! They anticipate needs and get it done. A special shout out to Allison Lew, the brains behind the series. She’s worked so hard to get it up and running. I’ll be doing a recap on last night’s workshop on “How to turn your creative passion into a business” soon along with some more tips about the topic. What would you like to see from it? Any questions I can answer in particular?

Best of the web this week:

Loved seeing the pictures from Ace and Jig’s India travels. I’m a big fan of this beautiful clothing company and LOVED seeing the behind the scenes.
A friend just sent over this video of Colombian band, Monsieur Perine because she thought I would love the singer’s style. She nailed it. I’m in love with everything about her and the band.
Just discovered the work of Rainbow Kimono and wow! I’ll be talking more about it soon!
This is beautiful.
Looking for a creative/crafty job in San Francisco?
Mary-Kate and Ashely open up their first store in NYC! 
This is my new favorite dress. I wore it for a week straight. Sadly, I’m not exaggerating.
Love this new collaboration with Sugar and Cloth
What a beautiful picnic!
Loving this new line of cards

Photo by Tonya Vistaunet

Projects / Thursday, 21 Apr 2016

DIY Block Print Tulip Napkin

block print tulip napkins

by Corrie Beth Hogg of Apple of my DIY 

Spring is here and I couldn’t be happier! Weekly weekend trips to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, has me giddy with spring fever! I am particularly smitten with their tulip gardens, big swaths of color in every hue of the rainbow. In honor of those gardens and my love for the season, I decided to make some fun lino cut block print tulip napkins! If you’ve never made a block print before, this is an easy place to start. The shapes are simple to cut out and there is no set pattern that you need to stick to. Dress up your table with a classic nod to spring, using the incomparable stupendous tulip! Read on to learn how. Read on →