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April 1, 2011

Five lovely things.

It's Friday! I'm so happy..Hope everyone has lovely plans for the weekend:) Here are five lovely things that I would like to share:
1. I love this shop I found on etsy the other day: Flapperdoodle. She has the cutest prints ever! The shop also has a print for Japan earthquake relief.
2. Oilcloth storage bin tutorial at Design Sponge.  I personally dislike sewing oilcloth (I think oilcloth is really hard to sew!), so I might use regular fabric with thick iron-on interface instead. I need a couple of these small storage bins to hold my notions, lace, buttons etc and also for to hold some diapers and cute headbands for the baby's room:)
3. Anarchy Street back lace cut out shirt
I've been eyeing this shirt ever since I saw Aime of Song of Style wearing it. Unfortunately it's sold out now, but I'm thinking this can be made with a thrifted white shirt with lace?

4. Rucksack in Cinnamon Brown
Another find from etsy. I want this so bad, but $162 is a bit out of my price range... This would be perfect to hold my 15 inch screen laptop.

5. Longer length pleated skirt & flats
I don't think I own this between knee, but not quite maxi length skirt. Natalie styled it up so nicely and I can't wait to imitate her outfit above. As much as I try, I don't think this style works well with my huge bump:p

Have a great weekend! 

6 comments:

yaga said...

Oh I love the second shirt that you posted, sooo pretty and romantic! And looks sooo comfy!! :o)
have a great weekend!
yaga

LiPeony said...

beautiful finds I really love the bag! I'm up for getting a casual bag that can hold everything and not look like I brought everything except the kitchen sink. I wish I could pull off the long skirt and flats =(

Lorena O'Neal said...

I love the rucksack. It'd be great for bike trips into town :)

sarah said...

ooo I love that shirt so pretty and the lace detail in the back is such a nice detail.

Brigita said...

Hey, I'm glad I discovered your blog. I read all your posts for the past ten months and I enjoyed all of them. :)

Here's how I make fabric baskets:http://bluejulesews.blogspot.com/2010/01/fabric-basket.html

vivatveritas said...

> Brigita
your tutorial is great! thank you so much for the link! xo