Whelp, growing season completely passed me by between a wedding, move, new job, and honeymoon (in that order.) This plant wrap was a part of ‘TheDirt‘ series last year but I never liked how the photos turned out. A year of testing later, I can happily say that I have no more naked plants and absolutely love making these no sew plant wraps.
My least favorite part of post grad life is the non-existent back to school supply shopping. No more fresh crayons or gel pens for me (least not until we move to a bigger place and I have a studio to fill muhaha). In the meantime, diys are still on the table and I’m loving all the modern takes out there. Starting with the above shirt.
This summer, more than ever, I’m feeling the call for straw hats and rope details. And while I’m still on the hunt for that perfect head topper, my lust for rope has been satiated with this diy necklace. And it’s so easy, it’s the perfect diy for a lazy summer crafternoon!
The one thing I missed while living in Chicago was the beach. A real beach. *shade thrown*. Now that we’re back in Florida, I can finally get contextual shots of projects that have been on the brain for 2 years. The worst part of going to the beach is lugging a caravan of stuff with you. There’s your beach bag, beach towel (that if in the beach bag takes up way too much space), sunscreen, your summer lit, drinkofchoice, and sunnies at bare minimum. Phew. Let’s clean up the biggest problem of your towel taking up your whole beach bag by making it the solution.
When I first started blogging, I didn’t have any extra wiggle room in our budget to spend on extra styling props. I wanted to push myself in photography but felt limited in what I could use. I started looking for ways to repurpose what we already had, never bought 1 time props, and diy’ed a whole lot. Now with a year and a half of sourcing cheap & creative props, I thought I’d share my favorite sources and tips.