July 30, 2015

Fruity Pebble Ice Cream Sandwiches









We have been trying to come with {sweet} ways to beat this late summer heat and we have a recipe that combines three of our favorite things: cereal, cookies and frozen custard! We used sugar cookies and the best frozen custard around from the world famous Ted Drewes! After we scooped one small scoop of strawberry frozen custard onto the cookie, and rolled the sandwich in a bowl of fruity pebbles. After the cookies were baked and cooled, this process only took 5 minutes and can make up to 12 ice cream sandwiches!



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July 29, 2015

plain white tee








white tee shirt; Target
Shorts; vintage Levis
sunglasses; POSH in Nashville
shoes; forever21
bandana; hobby lobby








July 28, 2015

back to basics; the white tee






One of the items of clothing we swear on in our
closets' is the classic white tee shirt. With so many different
ways to style it in any season, it's definitely 
a staple piece.



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July 24, 2015

a few of our favorite things

relaxing
retail therapy
brunch buddies
coffee table books
bat dog
dog beard
hometown sunsets
neighborhood walks
secret garden

fro yo love
colorful palettes




Happy Friday!


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July 23, 2015

half-halo hairstyle






In the summer we are constantly looking for a no-fuss hairstyles. With this look, all you need is a headband or "back-halo". Simply tuck in some strands around the metal and you suddenly look put together.


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July 22, 2015

no sew circle skirt



You will need:

Scissors
measuring tape
2-4 yards of fabric (preferably something with a little stretch)

 To start, cut your fabric into a square shape. Then fold it in
half long ways, then again, so you have a square again (as seem below).



 You then will begin to cut the skirt hem in a circle shape (the longer curve
line seen bellow).  this cut will be alike the "open ends" of your folded fabirc.
Make sure you cut the skirt fairly long, especially if you think you’ll be wearing 
your skirt  more so on your hip. 

 Then, cut your hip circle out. If your fabric is more stretchy, make
sure to cut it a little smaller than your hip measurement to 
allow for the stretch. This cut will be along the "corner" of your
folded fabric piece.
 
 Voila!







 Happy DIY-ing!


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