My mom cross-stitched this little saying as part of my bridal shower decor & it still makes me smile when I wake up & see it on the dresser everyday. While it's in our room now, something tells me that it may be relocated to the little one's room eventually...
(sorry, I need to fix that photo that has slipped down in the frame)
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Tiny pinch of sparkle mixed with a little boho chic... I see these amazing new Kruos bracelets from Anthropologie as something of a sophisticated update to the old rope sailors knot bracelets you'd wear in the summertime as a child/teen. What do you think?
(& at $15 each I think I may need one in each color!)
I think I'm on a book kick lately... spotted this adorable shelving idea & can't get it out of my head. Imagining it with vintage fairytale books for the little one's room... or maybe even with books spray-painted gold for a statement "self" / work of art. (& cuter mounting hardware, of course)
Can we talk about how darling these books are??? Teaching counting & colors, I love this fun little take on the classics... & what a way to impart a love of literature at an early age! Baby Sparkle will definitely have some of these on her bookshelf.
By popular demand, I'm re-posting this reader/crafter favorite - the mason jar luminary. While I'm still working to recover the original post on Sparkle & Hay (sadly, it was in that last years worth of posts that are still garbled/lost in cyberspace) I thought I'd give a little re-tutorial for you here. Such a sweet, & super simple little decor craft - perfect for wedding/shower/home!
All you need is:
Adhesive spray (like Elmer’s Craft Bond)
Twine, buttons, and/or ribbon