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July 25, 2014

Fabric Friday

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We are giving away a new and adorable fabric today, Emily Isabella for Birch Organic Fabrics, Everyday Party, Birds Flight. The entire Everyday Party fabric collection, in fact, is pretty stinkin’ cute. I’d love to add the Bear Family fabric to my stash too. What do you think you would make with this party fabric? The clouds remind me of our Cloud & Ribbon Decorative Pillow, No-Sew Cloud and Rainbow Wands, and the Clouds and Stars Cards.

Enter for the chance to win Emily Isabella for Birch Organic Fabrics, Everyday Party, Birds Flight, and find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…


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July 25, 2014

Flower Friday: Rose and Eucalyptus Body Scrub

DIY Rose and Eucalyptus Salt Scrub (1 of 1)
In our first Simple Homemade Body Scrub we used granulated sugar, so this time I wanted to try something new by making it with sea salt. I asked Greta from Glasswing Floral for some help and we got straight to work. This recipe is incredibly easy to make and smells absolutely wonderful.

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Check out some of the other projects Greta and I have done together like the May Day Bouquets, Blush Bouquet for Mother’s Day, and our Lavender and Lemon Muffins Recipe.

Fill your feed with stunning blooms by following Glasswing Floral on FacebookTwitter, Pinterest, and @GlasswingFloral on Instagram.

Find out how to make Rose and Eucalyptus Body Scrub after the jump…


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July 24, 2014

Lands’ End Blog-Up Shop: 25% off Ends Soon

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Lands’ End through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Lands’ End, all opinions are my own.

Lands End back to schoolJust a few more days to jump on shopping any of the pieces in our Lands’ End Blog-Up Shop at 25% off! The kids and I had a blast creating 3 custom head-to-toe looks from Lands’ Ends Back-to-School collection. Every awesome item in the Lands’ End back-to-school collection is built to last, with comfort and durability in mind. Plus, each item is stylish, easy to wear and easy-care…

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First we have Quinn’s Spot-On-Kindergarten look with lots of classic leopard and fun unexpected pattern mixing.Lands End back to school
Lands End Back to SchoolSecond Grade Style features Clare’s picks for cool big girl back-to-school fashion, and a lunchbag so pretty that I want to steal it! Lucky for Clare, it has her name on it. Lands’ End can monogram just about anything that will take a stitch. So whether for a backpack or school uniform, parents and kids can select embroidery or a monogram to make it extra special. It costs $6 and takes about 3-5 days. Lands End back to schoolLands End Back to SchoolAnd last up, Gordon looking all ready for pre-K in classic school uniform basics, plus a cozy monogrammed hoodie and killer backpack. With so many options from short- and long-sleeved tops to footwear and outerwear, Lands’ End helps families start the year off right with buy-now, wear-now styles that can be layered as the school year progresses.

Lands End back to school

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25% off of the items featured in our custom blog-up shop. Input the following promotion code and pin number to activate the discount at checkout. Ends Sunday, July 27th at 11:59pm.

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