Sooooooo, I’m in NYC for a segment on Good Morning America today to craft a seasonal DIY project!
Anyone else suffer from ALWAYS BEING COLD like I do? ❄️😳❄️
I’ll show you the easiest hack and you’ll be a master hand-warmer-maker in less than a minute using things you already have!✋🔥
Tune in during the 8am hour and check it out for yourself! Plus I’ll be wearing something that I just finished making which will make its way to the blog shortly.
Hey friends! I’m writing this from the Delta terminal at LAX getting ready to head to NY for something super exciting.
…how meta is this
Anyway, my quick trip to the East Coast just might have me watchable on your television at some point between 7-9am Wednesday morning, on a channel run by a mouse. 🐭 I get the official “ok to share” later today and will send out a blog blast.
But, I found this fabulous dress at a neighbor’s estate sale and I just couldn’t resist! She sold it to me for $10 and I happily accepted the offer. (Also, it might look super fun on camera so you guys get the sneak peek!)
The gown is super thick with a gorgeous rhinestoned neck which, to be honest, was nailing it on the choking factor. Breathing was a tad bit difficult when the piece was completely zipped up.
But the colors and textured design had me immediately wanting to make this my own.
I brought the thread and needle with me, so there’s probably going to be some sewing going on. And being that I’m stuck in the middle of the row, I hope my aisle and window neighbors don’t mind a sleeve or two flopping about.
I’ve got four words for you. This. Dress. You. Guys.
Loved the pink and white striping, but just wasn’t as into the shape or style.
It was straight 90s, yo! It was also a maternity dress, once I looked at the label. I thought a little tweaking could come to fruition to make this the perfect dress to wear during the September heat wave of Los Angeles.
I mean it’s just waiting for some TLC. TLC, I’m a-coming for you!
I was working in Orange County last month with I Love to Create and Joann’s getting my tie dye on with shoppers, and I stopped at a sample sale on the way home.
First thing’s first. I LOVE myself a sample sale. It’s the one place where you can get your hands on more expensive branded gear for wayyyyyyy less than retail. This sale was at the Dainty Hooligan warehouse in Anaheim and I took advantage of the $1 bin that housed a ton of “damaged” items! I’m going to show you all the pieces I scored for a buck this week that I transformed into new, non-“damaged” items that look like they came right off the rack!
First piece I scored, this fab romper:
I couldn’t find the exact one on the site, however I found something similar for $42.50.
So, I’d say I got a steal! But, the downside was that there were spots EVERYWHERE!
There’s a spot…
…and there’s a spot…
…and there’s another few spots!!
So, what do you do when you’re stuck with a slew of spots on an ivory romper???
You know what to do. When in doubt, DYE IT OUT!
Keep reading to find out what color I went with…
I hope everyone had an amazing weekend! I was in San Diego for Father’s Day and couldn’t resist pulling up a little archived Kodak shot of me and my dad.
Here’s a little teaser of an easy and adorable tutorial coming later tonight that involve two very special words. POM POMS.
Eeeeee! I can’t wait to show you how SIMPLE my new summer staple is.