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It's no secret that I'm kind of into organization. Exhibit A and Exhibit B. I mean, I'm not always successful at it but it makes me really happy to find things that I can make into lists or organize into compartments!
A vast majority of my calendaring and organization takes place online and with Google Calendar and Remember the Milk - but I just yearn for some paper list making and calendar to have with me, you know? I like being able to see a week or month at a glance to give me an idea of what's going on beyond the day-to-day.
I did a good amount of research before finally deciding on buying my very first Erin Condren Life Planner and I am SO HAPPY with my decision! More on how I came to decide and what features I love best after the break!
Lately, Cricut has been coming out with all sorts of new materials and I'm loving each and every one of them! They've got Washi Sheets (which I LOVE and will be sharing soon), vibrant new iron on transfers, and loads of vinyls!
Now to share with you a vinyl project that's also crazy easy and can spice up your space OR make an excellent gift!
Click on through to find out how to make your very own flameless candle decor!
You guys, I went through my entire backlog of posts (all 869 of them) and updated the labels for easier searching.
Initially I was thinking I'd update the formatting on all of the old posts to match the current look, but that would have taken me 4 years and I'd have changed the formatting again halfway through that, so I opted not to.
SO if you're looking through old posts and notice it doesn't look quite the same as the ones these days, don't be alarmed. It's still me. Just me 5+ years ago (holy cannoli I've been blogging a long time) and there's a certain nostalgia in that I'm embracing, I guess!
If you're interested in peeping around the different labels, you can do that on my sidebar or on the Features page.
I had a little bit of time the other night and realized I was desperately low on birthday cards, so I decided to look at my Pinterest board to find some inspiration! I realized a long time ago that the things I make will never, ever turn out like the pins they come from, but I've only recently accepted that is not necessarily a bad thing!
So come, see the pin that inspired me and the final result for a ridiculously easy birthday card!
You know what I love about Card Sketch Challenges? Well, obviously everything, but mostly that they provide me a template to use so I don't have to come up with an idea from scratch and can just operate within guidelines and parameters because my brain is absolutely structured for structure.