Friday, March 29, 2013

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Free People Blogger Retreat

Back in January I attended Free People's Blogger Retreat.
Here are a few photos I took there.

The last three photos are from @FreePeople on Instagram. The rest were taken by me.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

How To Make Trendy Easter Eggs

This year, I borrowed the prints from some of my favorite leggings and decorated my Easter eggs with stylish prints and patterns. Here are the 6 ways to make your Easter eggs trendy.

1. Aztec

Use Sharpie markers to draw an Aztec design. Outline in black and fill in with color.
Aztec Colorful Leggings, Kloset Envy, $20

2. Crosses

Again, using a Sharpie, draw crosses and fill in the background.
Cross Print Leggings, Forever 21, $12.80

3. Ombre

Use an Easter egg dye kit (You can buy one at CVS for a couple dollars) to dip dye the egg. Leave it in the dye longer each time to gradually go from light to dark.
Ombre Dye Leggings, Tees by Tina, $45

4. Galaxy

Dye the egg a blue background, then sponge on a couple different colors of acrylic paint.
Galaxy Blue Leggings, Black Milk, $78

5. American Flag

Use colored Sharpie markers to outline the stars and stripes and then fill it in.
Stars and Bars Leggings, Nasty Gal, $42

6. Floral

Dye the egg a blueish-green background and then paint on roses with acrylic paints.
Fuschia Floral Stylish Leggings, Ami Clubwear, $20

How did you decorate your Easter eggs? Leave your links in the comment section below!

Check out my Holidays board on Pinterest for more ideas!

Monday, March 25, 2013

Outfit 170

Vintage Gunne Sax by Jessica McClintock lace dress, shoes, and jewelry; Coat by H&M.
Photos by LB Photography

Friday, March 22, 2013

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

How To Complete Your Bucket List This Spring

Creating a to-do lists is easy. It's getting everything done that's always the hard part for me. Here is a fun way to complete everything on your bucket list this spring.

Mason Jar Bucket List
You will need:
-Mason Jar

Think of thirteen things you want to accomplish this spring (one for each weekend in spring). They can be chores you need to get done, small projects you'd like to do, places you'd like to go, etc. Cut out small squares of paper and write down one idea on each piece.

Fold up the squares and put them in the mason jar. You can decorate the jar, too, if you'd like!

Every Friday night, pull one out to determine your plans for the weekend. Whichever one you choose, you must complete by the end of the weekend. This way, you'll be able to do everything on your list, all the while being spontaneous and having fun!

Take a look at my Bucket List board on Pinterest for some ideas!