And here we are at the end. I am so excited to show you the whole collection. But first, the last mini notebook in the series. Month 12 of the year of mini notebooks project. December. In honor of the spirit of Christmas. Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, […]

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Month 11 of the year of mini notebooks project. November. In honor of simplicity and thankfulness. Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for. -Epicurus You will need: a plain mini notebook natural hemp or jute twine Directions: Wrap the twine […]

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In the usual fashion, I am doing some super last-minute decorating for Halloween. (hey, 4 days ahead isn’t too bad, right?) I tend to stay away from spiders and creepy crawlies because I don’t need to get the heebie-jeebies every time I walk by. So instead I went with a simple black and white garland that […]

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  • Emily - So simple and so cute. I’m also not a fan of creepy crawling things. Love the jar mummies too.ReplyCancel

Month 10 of the year of mini notebooks project. October. In honor of Halloween. Yes, Halloween excites me. That whole time of year, autumn, I find exhilarating. A passionate season. The others are so bland. In the fall, you see opportunities for change. Real change. Possibilities present themselves. None of the renewal and redemption cliches of spring. No. Something darker and more primal and more […]

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Little girls in grass skirts are just about the cutest thing ever. Babies in grass skirts – even cuter! Last spring we hosted a little luau party for Avery’s preschool friends. While we were planning, we realized that Alessia needed her own mini hula skirt. I thought about just trimming one of Avery’s old skirts […]

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