Thursday, February 16, 2012

Valentine's Day 2012

I hope everyone had a fabulous Valentine's Day!  In our house it turned into quite an event!  Every year I hand out little Valentine boxes of chocolate to my lovies and start their day off with a smile as they head out to school to share the love.  This year, they all decided to surprise me back with cards and chocolates from each one of them.  My Special Valentine of 13 years showered me in Chocolates, Roses (to be shared with our daughter, because no matter how old you are, a girl will always enjoy receiving flowers!) and a silly card that made us all laugh!  We topped off the evening with a quiet dinner out at the yummiest Japanese Restaurant in town!  Needless to say I was feeling the love!

Going out to dinner has become a rare occasion for us these days as our crazy-busy schedules just don't allow much time or energy to get dolled up and head out on the town.  Not only did this special evening allow us to enjoy a much needed date night, it also gave me the opportunity to use my newest handmade clutch that I'd been dying to take for a spin!



I absolutely love this clutch!  The neutral color allows it to go anywhere, the floral design on the inside is JUST girlie enough for me, and the latch closing gives it the finishing touch it needs to make the clutch feel store bought.  I made this particular one just for me, but can duplicate or personalize it easily.  

Wishing you all a Beautiful Day!

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Aqua Seventy Six: DIY Valentine's Day Cards

This is so cute I had to share! This is a wonderfully creative Valentine's Day project to work on with your little ones! I love this idea Yvette...we may have to borrow the idea for our classmates :)


Aqua Seventy Six: DIY Valentine's Day Cards: My little mama wanted to make some special Valentine's Day cards for her new classmates this year. We came up with a super fun tutorial, so...

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Hey you guys!  Been busy with school.  So busy that I got HONOR  ROLL!!!!  I love the way the last two bags came out.  I'm trying to make a little teddy bear out of a sock I will tell you how that turns out.  Here is a tip...don't make the head too big for the body, and don't make the body to big for the head!  If you have any designs or things you want to see us make comment either on our Facebook page or our blog.

J~ your Tween Queen

Owls and Superheroes!

This past week we wished a very dear family farewell (but really more of a "catch ya later") as they moved away and onto their newest adventure.  We decided to make sure Miss E knew how much we loved her and wanted to send her off with a piece of us to take with her to cherish as much as we cherish her.  And so was born this awesome one-of-a-kind "Owl always love you" purse.  She put it over her shoulder immediately and wore it the rest of the night at her going away/birthday party.  I think she liked it.
A lot of love and TONS of Fun went into making this Purse!  It became a family affair as everyone had input on colors, design, layout and overall creation.

OWL Always Love You Purse - $30

In the sprit of "New Adventures" we decided to also create a Drawstring bag for Ms. E's Little Brother A.  A bag truly fit for any Superhero!  Created in a way where he can carry his things with him while fighting crime at the same time!  What 5 year old Superhero can resist that!

Batman Cape Drawstring Bag $20
(Just name your superhero!)

Now set off to your own adventures of crime fighting and remember Owl always love you!!!!


Any of these purses or bags can be custom created for you or your little ones.  Fabrics may vary