Birth Announcement

I am feeling inspired by this Birth Announcement by Frank Daenen
Please...someone have a baby and give me a ring...
we have some creating todo!


DIY Tee-Shirt Scarves

These DIY Tee-Shirt Scarves are being Pinned all over Pinterest. 
And me being so keen on scarves was quick to investigate... 
Thanks to Method Home, heres how to make one of your very own!

1.    grab some cotton t-shirts you don’t wear anymore.  
larger sizes tend to work better as do non-ribbed 
shirts with no side seams. small logos on the shirts work 
fine, too.
2.    grab a pair of fabric scissors if 
you have them, 
otherwise any scissors will do.
3.    lay the shirt out on a flat table in front of you.
4.    cut the hem off the bottom and put it aside.
5.    cut the shirt into 1-1 1/2 ”  horizontal strips all 
the way up to the armpit.
6.    grab 3-4 shirt strips in both hands, and gently stretch
 them out. the strips will naturally curl into themselves.
7.    once you have done this with many of the strips, 
it is time to get creative.  try draping them, wrapping 
one end with excess fabric, combining colors, braiding
 them, attaching beads, pins, old jewelry, etc.

Heres Another fun cute "no sew" idea:
visit This Old Dress for step by step instructions


Cute Home Decorating Idea, Heart Rocks

My Mom collected heart shaped rocks since I have known her
and if we are doing the math, thats 27 years now. This morning
I stumbled across this fabulous find on Etsy Heart Rocks from 
the beaches of Israel. 

I love this idea for two reasons. 
1. There is a person out there searching the beaches probably 
all the time for these heart rocks and that makes me really happy.

2. Look how many heart rocks their are in the world! Fifteen 
in front of us right now. I am keeping my eyes peeled and the 
search is on. Watch out Annapolis Heart Rocks, prepare to be 


Mike and Sal's Wedding

 We had an AMAZING weekend attending the 
celebration of our friends, Mike and Sal's wedding. {xox} 
Here are a couple shots from their beautiful ceremony 
and reception that they held at their home in, Cambridge. 

 I love that the groom wore a tie but the rest of the groomsmen
 were more casual. (They also all wore flip flips..xo)

 ...see...(even the bride had gold flops on. So cute)
...they laughed together through their whole first dance.

 while we laughed through dinner (delicious! gazpacho,
 feta/watermelon salad, crab cakes, fresh corn and avocado salad 
and pork bbq...yum)

 Meant for a Moment created the table "numbers" and name cards 
so it was really fun to see it come together. 

 And look at the sun set!

...yeah... I couldn't resist getting in the canoe. 
Dave was up for it, so in we went. 

I could not be happier for you Mike and Sal. 
What a Beautiful Weekend! Thanks for including us.


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