Month 3 of the year of mini notebooks project. March. In honor of the Irish. May you never forget what is worth remembering or remember what is best forgotten. Irish blessing You will need: a plain mini notebook white twill tape green felt scissors (not shown) a needle and thread (not shown) glue gun (not shown) Directions:  Cut 4 […]

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My sweet little Valentine needed something special to wear today, but I just wasn’t feeling the pink and red hearts I was seeing everywhere. A simple black and white outfit was just what she needed, and since it doesn’t scream Valentine’s Day, she can keep on wearing it. And in case you are looking to […]

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It is almost Valentine’s Day…are you ready? I am usually scrambling to get things done at 11pm the night before, but this year we actually finished a full 5 days before Valentine’s Day! If these sweet little Valentines look familiar, it is because they are basically the same as last year’s Valentines Bubbles, just a different […]

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Aaaaand…it’s February. I guess I should start with some sort of apology or explanation or something to account for the radio silence over here. But since most of you have little ones, I think it goes without saying. I had planned to share so many photos of our sweet girl, but those images are sitting on […]

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  • jenny - you are not alone :) and i must say… i prefer “real” to picture perfect any day… picture perfect can have a way of making you “the reader” feel bad about yourself… and like you said… reading where someone shares something real makes you feel that you’re not alone :) … and kissing baby toes is exactly where you should be anyway!

    -jennyReplyCancel

  • jenny - and i must say…. summer is february sounds fabulous!ReplyCancel

Month 2 of the year of mini notebooks project. February. In honor of love. Where there is great love, there are always miracles. Willa Cather You will need: a plain mini notebook a small piece of white card stock pink or red watercolor a paintbrush glue (not shown) Directions: Cut the piece of card stock slightly smaller than […]

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