Random thoughts on a cloudy overcast Saturday morning:
1. We dropped the twins and a little piece of our heart at Baylor this week. I can’t type anything else about it without crying.
2. To distract myself, I’m organizing the linen closet and going out to breakfast with the cutest pair of twinkling brown eyes.
3. Another episode of “What I Bought Wednesday” is live now on my YouTube Channel where I share some of my favorite finds including the best tip for frizzy hair.
4. Have you ever heard of the British store Marks and Spencer?
I ordered the cutest (and SOFTEST) blue and white polka dot sweater that just came in the mail. It was already affordable and now everything is on sale for 25% off if you buy 4 items.
5. Did you know the British call sweaters jumpers? That made me want to order it even more.
6. It was an amazing week on the blog. We talked all about this office closet makeover and simple ideas to organize under your sink and 15 dorm room essentials and how to decorate for fall with what you already have.
7. Has anyone seen those wide hair bands to make your pony tail look like it came from the 60’s? I can’t find them anywhere?
Here’s what I found this week for us.
Buckle up buttercup. There are so many ideas and so much inspiration.
If you shop at thrift stores and yard sales?
This is the post for you.
It’s all about how to repair antique furniture and have it look as pretty as this.
See the tutorial here (and maybe pin it for later).
If you have a raw wood finish?
You want to make sure and maintain it.
Love this moss wreath idea.
It’s a take on a much more expensive wreath.
And that brick wall behind the wreath? It’s amazing and it’s not real brick.
You can see how make it here.
I never thought about this idea before.
What about painting a dough bowl?
And in random news:
This Swedish apartment
This DIY project (I have one waiting for this)
If you have ever wanted to paint your linoleum floors?
And if you are looking for fall inspiration?
I got you.
happy random Saturday to you
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