This post is sponsored by Free Spirit Market. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Move over paint nite, pallet sign making workshops are where its at. I recently attended Free Spirit Market’s pallet sign making workshop and it was a blast.
While I’m out camping and renovating for the next 5 weeks, I’ve asked my friend Sarah to do a guest post. I love Sarah’s blog Pretty Simple Ideas. She has the best beauty DIY’s and tips on living your best life, all while keeping it simple. Head on over to her blog, I know you’ll feel right at home.
I’ve been admiring all her homemade beauty concoctions and was thrilled when she agreed to make some for this blog. Now enough introductions, here’s Sarah.
First things first, I love many store bought face masks out there. But there is just something so fun about whipping up face masks in your kitchen, especially with friends. Not only is it fun, but smart, too. Making your own homemade mini face masks can save money and allows you to customize it to best suit your skin care needs.
The three masks I’m bringing you today are also extra fun because you can paint them on your skin. Enjoy!
My sister-in-law Alex found the man of her dreams and in May they were married in Michigan. Since he’s Jamaican and she’s Canadian, most of their family was unable to attend the wedding. Last weekend we celebrated the Canadian portion and it was so much fun! More details after the jump!
The temperatures are soaring, flowers are blooming, the sun is shining. . . it feels like summer to me. For our family, summer means impromptu play dates, trips to the splash park, lazy beach days, and lots of ice cream. It’s hard living a block from the best ice cream spot in our city, but somebody’s got to do it. 😉
The bad part? The crazy mess that’s left over when the fun is done.
Or even worse, running late because you can’t find the sunscreen or mosquito spray or insert whatever else you can’t leave without.
Enter the summer bag.
One place for all your essentials to be immediately emptied out and repacked when all the fun is done.
The summer bag was our sanity saver last summer, and this year will be no exception. Here’s my list of 10 items we don’t leave home without, and a few nice-to-haves for certain outings.
Today we’re chatting with Stacey Sveinbjornson, the maker behind the Warm Yeti. Crocheting is no longer just for grandmas. Hookers (as they’re known in the crochet world) make really cool toques, slippers, blankets, scarves and more that you’d be proud to wear or use in your home. I recently asked Stacey to make an adorable rooster potholder for me and she was able to make it in no time. Her business the Warm Yeti, does mainly custom orders, but you can also find her at craft shows in and around the Lanigan, SK area.
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