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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Off the Shoulder Sweatshirt DIY

Off the shoulder shirts are super flattering on everyone. 
They show off what I think is the most beautiful part of all women, her collar bone.
There are so many different types of shirts you can use to make a off the shoulder shirt, 
but what I used  was a white sweatshirt that I have had sitting around 
the house for the  last couple months.
 It really is super easy but it does require basic sewing skills.

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Silver Glitter Heart, Cut- Out Pink Sweatshirt:DIY

 Making different Styles out of plain old sweatshirts is one of my biggest obsessions.
I am constantly challenging myself, constantly pushing myself creatively. 
Seeing different pieces and then asking myself  "Can I make that?" 
The answer is most likely " Yes I Can, and Yes I will."
This Idea came from one of my favorite down time activities. Pinterest.
This could be completely no Sew or you could sew the little strips on the shoulder if you would rather. That is the best thing about DIY you can change it and make it your own.
Nothing is set in Stone on how it should be done.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Coach, Pom Pom Bag Charm DIY.

I have to confess when I see something I love or that I want I always think to myself 
 "How can I make this?"  I  love to  DIY's everything. 
Especially if I can save a ton of money by making it myself.
This Coach pom pom bag charm has fascinated me since the first time I saw it.
I finally decided to sit down and DIY it, saving myself $60.00.
Links to the what you need in the tutorial.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Heart Tee Shirt RE-Post!

I had to re -post one of my most favorite DIY's.
  This heart Tee Makes me Smile every time I see it.
One of my very first Tee Shirt DIY's
Love to you All on this day to Celebrate LOVE and Life!
I hope I am finding all of you well this week.  
In honor of Heart Day,
I wanted to do a Heart, off the shoulder Tee-shirt. 
Now, I am going to be honest with you,
this was not a super easy 5 minute shirt, but it was not the hardest either. 
If you have a  sewing machine and an hour, you could most definitely make this.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

All Things Hearts And One Kiss: DIY's

In celebration of Valentine's Day I thought I would do a little special Heart Post.
These are all off my heart DIY's I have done over the last few years,
 with the exception of my one Kiss Me Sweatshirt which is my favorite. 
Hearts, Flowers and the colors Pink and Red make my heart smile.
I hope Love and happiness comes to you all this year.
 Happy Valentine's Day!
 All My <3,

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Chevron Tie Dyed Wrapped Tee

Trapped inside for a couple of days because of snow?
Why not tie dye a few shirts to help pass the time.
 Plus dreaming of warm weather is always a good thing to make you feel warmer.
This is a great project for kids too.
 Tie Dye is one of my favorite craft projects. 
 I love it because it always surprises me when I  make one.
This summer I have been experimenting on different techniques,
and different ties of folds, rolls and wrapping.
Not only does Tulip One step Tie dyes make it super simple and fast, 
Tulip makes it and  a lot less messy.
I was so pleased when this side wrap turned into a  Chevron design.
My only advice is to wear gloves at all times,
but even with gloves you will get dye on your hands.
Winter and Tie Dye, is a great thing.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Weekend in Savannah.


 Not sure what this means but I had to take a picture of it.
 Beautiful old staircases everywhere.

and Jenga.

 Birthday Kisses

 Birthday Dinner.

This week I am on a long needed Vacation and it is Kevin's Birthday so we decided to get away for a few days, and scamper off to the beautiful Savannah, GA with my brother and Sister in law. Savannah is the perfect long weekend trip because it is only about 5 1/2 hours away from were I live and full of beautiful, historical  sights, great food and of course unique shops. 
We pulled into the city around 9 pm, Checked into the Riverside Marriott and headed straight to a restaurant called the Treylor Park for a late dinner. Great Atmosphere, delicious food and drinks ended our travel day perfectly.
The next morning we woke up and headed to J Christopher's   
where we ate every morning for breakfast. This is My Favorite Breakfast spot!
When we were finished with breakfast we  headed out to walk around the town and explore all the beautiful houses and historic buildings. If you ever visit Savannah keep in mind walking is the best way to get anywhere and enjoy the true beauty of the city,
 so bring your walking shoes and your Camera.
After we had our fill of the Beautiful buildings we ended up on Broughten Street to do a little shopping at the Paris Market (The Bathroom there was so beautiful ) and we drank some delicious coffee at The Coffee Fox. The Boys discovered The World of Beer
 and were perfectly happy hanging out there while we girls shopped.
 Once we had  our fill of shopping we met the Gentleman at The World of Beer and all played a game of Jenga, quite hilarious!  Once our games where finished we decided to move to another location and ended up at the Rocks on the Roof with a beautiful view of the Savannah River.
There we snacked on the hunters plate and had a cocktail. Watching the Sunset we decided to head to Molly MacPhearsons to play some darts and have an Ale. 
Then we walked back to our hotel and had a fabulous nights sleep.
 Up early on Sunday for another Breakfast at J. Christopher's and a day of doing what ever Kevin wanted to do because it was his Birthday. We spent more time at the Rocks on the Roof Top restaurant  and then walked down River Street back to our Hotel, enjoying all of the beautiful sites,  like the Steamboats and the beautiful old buildings. Once we returned back to the hotel we rested for about an hour then got ready to head out to dinner at The Olde Pink House. This is a (must go to) place for me if we visit Savannah.   The food there is delicious and the atmosphere takes you back to a time forgotten. Under the hotel there is a quaint little bar that transports you to the year 1776.   In this bar can enjoy live piano player, and warm cozy fires while you rest your tired legs on comfortable leather couches. Seriously the best place to transport you back in time. Once we were all finished there and truly worn out we walked  back to the hotel for another great nights sleep. 
On our last morning  we ate yet another yummy breakfast at J Christopher's  then traveled  to Forsythe Park to take a few pictures in front of the fountain. I was so disappointed when we arrived because  the fountain was being cleaned, we got a great picture anyway so I left happy.
 I hope Kevin had a great birthday, I know I did.  
There were a couple of places I left out that you definitely need to go visit while you are in Savannah.
 For those Civil War, History buffs there is a wonderful Fort called Fort Pulaski  that you can visit. Imagine walking inside a real Fort,  if you love history, like I do, you will love visiting this fort.
Also another must see is the beautiful Bonaventure Graveyard.  Johnny Mercer is buried there and the stone work in this Graveyard is incredible.
We visited those places last time we went so we did not go there this time.
Make sure if you visit Savannah to plan a little time to go  and see each of these places too.

Kevin and I  have both decided  to head to  a different place every vacation 
so we can  make great memories.  
Time is Flying by and we are not getting any younger.

I wonder what place we will decide to go to next.  

 If you have any questions about the places we visited please Email me.
I have linked everything I listed so you can take a closer look.
Have a beautiful day!
 I think we are off the the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World today.
I am squealing on the inside.
All my <3.