I love Avery. They make things so simple if I ever need labels. And because I love handwriting my own labels, it’s basically a match made in heaven. I was excited to see that Avery had Printable Bag Toppers with Bags, and I immediately thought it would make great for Halloween (yup, for more treats…I have a serious sweet tooth problem). And this pack made it easy as pie, because it actually came with the bags.
You can download these printable bag toppers that I’ve created right here. Something super simple yet fun, right? Simply purchase the Printable Bag Toppers with Bags (#22801) online or at any office supply store (i.e. Staples, etc.) and download + print these already-made designs right on the supplied sticky labels!
Ok, so it just so happened that I have two Halloween posts in a row going up around the Interwebs. Whoops. I didn’t plan it, but don’t things always end up working out like that? Don’t kill me. If you haven’t already noticed, “Trick-or-treat” is my Halloween motto. Maybe because I haven’t done actual trick-or-treating in years (the kid in me certainly misses it), but isn’t it just a fun Halloween phrase? I basically go around greeting everyone I know with “Trick-or-treat!” on Halloween, whether I get candy out of it or not. I guess it also sounds better than yelling “Boo!” at them.
Ramblings aside, are you hosting a Halloween party/gathering/dinner/trick-or-treat-fest this year? If so, tell all your friends about it with these printable invites I’ve created over at West Elm’s blog, Front + Main! I’ve also created this desktop wallpaper to get your workspace and/or phone in the spirit of this cavity-filled holiday.
Oh hey! Halloween is right around the corner! Today, you’ll find me over at the always super lovely Lark & Linen, sharing a DIY treat box that you can easily print and put together for the kids come Halloween trick-or-treating at your door!
In addition, I’m really excited to announce that I am now a contributor over at Lark & Linen! I am beyond honored, as I cannot rave about Jacquelyn enough! She is not only one of my dearest friends, she is also a person of constant inspiration and amazing talent. She has recently launched her own interior design company and I cannot wait to see what incredible things she has in store for the world! (I mean, seriously, take one look at her gorgeous home tour and you’ll fall head over heels at her dreamy design style.)
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One of my favorite things to do here on the blog is introduce you to some of my favorite products, brands, designers, and stores. Well, today I’m teaming up with two of my best gal pals, Trina and Corina, to share with you our own current favorite designers, stores, and finds! And what better way than to offer one great collective giveaway?!
Yeah – you got it right – one super lucky reader will win all of this: mini hearts tea towel and scales throw pillow by LINT and HONEY, two ring bowls and a pair of raw concrete gems by 45 Wall Design, and a small spotted pouch by Primecut Bags! Continue to enter to win via Rafflecopter!
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Since moving to my new apartment recently, I’ve kind of been obsessed with all things home decorating. One of my favorite new designers and stores that I’ve fallen in love with has been LINT and HONEY. Andrea is the brains and creative talent behind LINT and HONEY (in addition to being the absolute sweetest gal!), and her design aesthetic and home goods are all right up my alley (so hard to choose a favorite!) – with a collection consisting of the cutest throw pillows, wall art, and soon-to-come kitchen textiles.
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Yay! Let’s make our Tech-y stuff happy! Audrey and I introduced our “Happy Tech” series last month, and we’re excited to continue on this lovely wallpaper makeover journey. Audrey created the beautiful floral wreath, and seriously…how amazing?!
The longer I’ve been part of this online creative community, the more I want and need to stay true to myself. It’s hard not to compare yourself to others, especially when there are so many other talented designers and creatives who specialize in the very thing you do. And believe me, it’s brought discouragement to me on more than one occasion. But the best thing you can do is to stay true to what you love and not only what you do, but how you do it. You are amazing! Be inspired by others and make it your own.