Monday, November 19, 2012

FABULOUS FINDS: Holiday Wreaths

Is everyone as excited about decorating for the holidays as I am? I LOVE this time of year. I'm going take this week to decorate my home and I'm starting off with a wreath for my front door and one for my interior. I don't want the typical wreaths this year, I want to try something different. Well I found these lovely DIY wreaths online and I thought I'd share them with you. I'm leaning towards the ornament wreath but I'm still not sure. I'll be sure to post pics of the wreath I create. Tell me, what new ideas do you have planned for your decor this year?

Happy Decorating!

1. Book Wreath
2. Ornament Wreath inspired by this CB2 DIY
3. Acorn Wreath
4. Ruffly Felt Wreath

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Brunch with a Purpose!

I gathered my fellow lady entrepreneur friends for a little potluck brunch...and my was it the best potluck ever! Not only are these ladies super talented but they can really cook! We had shrimp and grits, smoked salmon and cream cheese bagels, mini quiches, french toast bites and tons of other yummy treats.
It was delish!

Now, it wasn't all eating and play, we did get down to business...eventually. =) We shared our joys and woes of being business owners, helped each other with goals and product development and simply offered motivation to each other. The end of the year is always a struggle but we realized, now is the time to reenergize. The new year is only a few months away and now's the time to develop plans for the future. The brunch was so inspiring and we all feel so renewed! If you're a business owner I strongly recommend that you gather your fellow entrepreneurs for a pow wow. There's so much that we can share and learn from each other!

♥ Check out these lovely ladies and please support small businesses! 
Island Time Fragrances
Sew Sew Funky
Kayla Hood Design + Photography
Jazzy Custom Designs
Green Nose Art
Banafrit Décor

photos via banafrit décor

Monday, November 12, 2012

#Pinterest Pic of the Day

How incredible is this? I've never thought to display the front covers of my design and coffee table books. The spines are awesome but the real art is definitely on the cover. This custom book shelf is so unique but I'm sure very costly to build. To get this look, I would paint one accent wall in a dark color and use West Elm's Deep Picture Ledges to create the rows of shelving. At the most, a two day project. I'm so doing this!

via decor8

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