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On Sprinkles and Springs， we came across this diy striped tee inspired by the modish tee-shirt Marc Jacobs recently featured in his chic， stripey collection. It is a great example of I COULD MAKE THAT thinking that has infiltrated many a clever head. ？Sprinkles and Springs saw it and figured out how using a plain white tee shirtcustom wedding gifts， masking tape and fabric paint. ？And then she generously posted a how-to that you could use to make Jacobs-ish stripes or your own graphic pattern (the method would also work fine on jeans， slipcovers， pillows， many fabrics…；)cheap throw pillow covers
You’；ll find the entire how-to here.
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Although, I don’t have any bookshelves filled with books, I still like to use books for decorating. ?My favorite way to use them is stacked up with things on top. ?The stacked books give whatever you put on top more presence, like they are on a pedestal.
The way we start out in the morning sets the tone for the whole day – so getting a great start is SO important! ?As a working mom of an infant who is a total morning person (and a toddler who is most definitely NOT), it’s a challenge to get everyone on the same page before it’s time to run out the door. ?When people hear that I have a full-time job in addition to the blog and the kiddos, the one thing I hear most often is, “I don’t know how you do it!” ?Well, I’m teaming up with Kellogg’s this winter to share our tips for starting our days out great – even with so many things going on! ?From preparing for those hectic mornings to eating right and staying active, stay tuned in the weeks to come for some of the ideas and recipes I use to manage our mornings!
LEGOs are great – as long as you do not forget them on the floor and accidentally step on them, for that can be super painful! We all used to have our own LEGOs to build different things as children, but as we grew up, we started to become more… practical. This is how we invented the LEGO gummy candy! Here is how you can make your own, at home: