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And now these three remain: faith, hope and love.
But the greatest of these is love.
1 corinthians 13:13
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Once again I’ve teamed with with Ashley of Sugar & Cloth and designed some prints for these DIY lunch bags. How cute are they?? And you really could use them for anything – favors, treats, flowers, anything. Tutorial and free download can be found on Julep.
Speaking of Ashley, did you see the Sugar and Cloth studio tour on Glitter Guide?? It’s beautiful. I mean all the white on white with pops of pastel, so perfect!
Photos by Jared Smith
I had so much fun designing these cute prints for Ashley’s surprise lunch notecards. Succulents have been my inspiration this summer (who am I kidding, I love succulents anytime of the year) But anyway, as everyone’s heading back to school, I love the idea of sneaking in sweet little notes into lunch bags, backpacks, whatever it may be. Head over to sugar & cloth to download the printables – as well as check out Ashley’s awesome photo styling ;)
I love summer fruits, seriously, it’s the one of things I look forward to in the summertime – watermelon and strawberry are my absolute favorites, but I don’t discriminate, I eat all the others too ;) I shared my favorite smoothie on Instagram earlier this week and now I’m going to share my go to drink, strawberry lemonade – so refreshing, delicious, and most importantly, sooo easy to make!
Combine the strawberries, water, and lemon juice into a blender. Add your desired amount of agave (depending on how sweet you like it). Blend it and voila, done!
So perfect for summer picnics, parties, and get togethers – just pour it into some glass jars and slap on these printable labels! Easy right?
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Who is excited for 4th of July?? Me! that’s who. Anyone doing anything fun and exciting?? This is probably the first year we aren’t doing anything “spectacular” for the 4th – it kind of snuck up on us, to be honest. We really wanted take a trip somewhere, but after much procrastination and indecisiveness, we decided planning / buying tickets the week of isn’t the best idea…. so we will be going back home and spending time with family and friends!
Here’s something exciting! I’ve teamed up with Avery and designed a free printable for you. Even though we aren’t doing anything big, I still wanted to put something together to celebrate freedom. So I made these little patriotic pouches.
|Fourth of July Pouches|
I filled mine with cookies, candy, and party poppers, but you can fill yours with whatever your heart desires! So cute and simple, right?
Oh hello, remember me?? I know I’ve been MIA lately, but things have been crazy busy – in a very good way! But nonetheless, busy, so I’ll be popping in and out of this blog world.
I, however, did find time to do a little doodling and came up with this bright and springy “Hello” card for you all to print! I’m guest posting on Lark & Linen today, so head over there to download, print and share!
I’ve never been one to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Green is not really my color, and I’m not into leprechauns. But this is the easiest little St. Patty’s Day treat box you can ever make – plus rolos are so yummy!
I am beyond excited to announce that I am now a contributor on Sugar & Cloth!! I absolutely adore Ashley – her talents and creativity are beyond, but more importantly, she’s hilarious, incredibly sweet, and a peony lover with the biggest heart. I’m looking forward to creating, collaborating, chatting, and of course, meeting up for some tea & coffee :)
For the first post, I’ve made some simple Valentine’s Day printables for you to download, print, and decorate. Enjoy!
Love letters shouldn’t be only for Valentines day – we can all use some love and encouragement daily, am I right? With so much going on in our busy lives, sometimes we forget to tell our loved ones how much we love and appreciate them. I’m not just talking about your significant other, kind words can be shared with family, friends, coworkers, anyone!
I’ve been using these little cards to write a little something each day – it doesn’t have to be anything long and deep, just a simple “thank you for making me smile” goes a long way.
I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas!!! And now to thank everyone for their love, gifts and wishes, I’ve designed some Thank You cards for you all to print! These are sized 5 x 7 inches (A7).
How was your Christmas? Magical? Any holiday traditions you’d like to share?