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Friday, October 2, 2015

[Fashion Friday] Hello Fall

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

[Petites Fashion] Green Dress

But what this post is - all about real people(that's you and me) fashion, that are petite but not so skinny.  Outfits that I actually wore to work or go somewhere.
Okay, hands down...my favorite about this outfit are the pockets ♥  don't you just love it?  I mean....♥  I bought this dress from New York and Company  a couple years or so ago.  It still is looking great in person, the picture does not do justices at all.  Yeah, we all know I need a better camera.  It is no longer available but I've collected some dresses with pockets below, if you want to get one.
Then I paired this dress with my floral shoes.
I finished it off with an owl long necklace.
I hope you enjoyed my petites fashion post for today... Until then...
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Monday, September 28, 2015

DIY Fall Decor | Handwritten Greetings Pumpkins

You must have read it before that I don't decorate Fall but the more I say it, the more it makes me want to decorate even more....

I don't know what's with fall...but...the falling colorful leaves on the ground & how it is blown away by the wind...or how crispy it is when you step on it...

wearing cozy soft sweaters...then scarf, leggings & boots...

It makes my mind and body happy...♥

So, I bought these large pumpkins at Rural King for $3.99 a piece...I know right?! who sells that cheap?!

They were actually ready for decorating in the front porch as is...
but why not personalized it with handwritten greetings...
I don't have the best handwriting okay...but it is personal...

So using a permanent marker, I used sharpie, I wrote "Welcome" on one pumpkin and "Friends" on the other.

The first trace does not look good because as we all know, the pumpkin's surface is not flat.
Carefully re-tracing it, as in a lot of steady hands and concentration.
That's what made the difference afterwards.  There are imperfections to it...and this is what it makes it different and personal...
Working on the second pumpkin was a little easier.  I had experience on the first one already lol!
Why so pretty when I finally took it out and put those large pumpkins on the front porch.
Easy and inexpensive project? check!
Are you looking for more inspiring fall projects?  You may want to check the following posts:
Burlap-Wrapped Fall Wreath

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