Thank you all so much for your sweet words on yesterday's post! I have so much fun decorating and love that y'all enjoy seeing it. I wish I could have all of you over for pumpkin cake and tea :)
Earlier this week it was super nice outside and Griffin and I headed to Adriatica to explore, run around and (maybe) grab a Starbucks while the boys were at soccer practice.
She had on the cutest little Fall ensemble and it got my giddy about having more cooler days like this one. Her cardigan is an older line from GAP, her shirt I picked up on Zulily, the clip I bought on IG and I can't remember the shop name and her shoes are some of our favorites for running around - Freshly Picked moccasins.
I picked out camo for Fall because I thought they would be kind of unexpected and would be totally different than all of her pink, glittery shoes :)
That leg, though!!!
On the move!!!
We had the best time just wandering, holding hands (sometimes... Miss Independent is a fickle hand holder) and looking for turtles in the lake.
I consider camo a Fall neutral and I'm giving away a pair of moccasins in camo (or your choice of other awesome colors!) below! Griffin and Mason wear their moccs in and out of the house, to the park, store, etc.
Next up, I was going to post this tutorial next week, but I thought some of you might want to work on it over the weekend - so today it is! I made these videos on Monday night after 11 p.m. and after I had put on my pjs and washed my face... note to self... next time make my video before bedtime AND put the camera at a more flattering angle. hahaha Oh well. Hope this helps!!!
I blogged HERE using pictures about how I make my burlap wreaths - but several people asked for video help. I have zero video editing skills (I should really work on that) so it's in three parts. hahaha
I stuck a Dollar Store crow on it, added some spider webs on the back and hung it using a wire. Once it was up I had a better idea of how long I wanted the ribbon tails to be.
This is a random trick, but if you fold your ribbon in half and then cut at an angle like this it makes a cute end.
I hope that clears up any confusion - please don't hesitate to shoot me an email if you have a question!
Happy Crafting, Friends!!!