Monday, January 3, 2011

Lazy Blogging, Part 1

I've got a ton of awesome pictures (and some less than awesome pictures) on my iPhone, and, lucky you, I am sharing. Ha ha. Actually, I am quite pissed that I have somehow lost the battery charger for my real camera, and I guess for the rest of my life the only photos I'll be able to take are with my phone. Or until, you know, I buy another camera. Or find the f*ing cord. Shut up, it could happen.

Today's theme is shit I've made. This idea is inspired by the fact that I am making a birdcage wedding veil for my daughter's wedding next year.

So without further adieu, shit I made in 2010.
Blinged out Christmas stockings





Tote Bags
Brought an beat up, colored on dollhouse back to life with scrapbook paper used as wallpaper and rugs
Cake platters, that work fabulously for cupcakes
I got to help make a wedding, complete with a DIY wedding potourri sachet making station




And lots of stuff for babies.

Up next, the shit I bought edition. And once again, ignore the underlining because, really, WTF?




5 comments:

Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

I love the shit you made. Also? I bet you that acorn hat (which Leslie's new baby totally needs, so mail it now) that you can get a replacement power cord for your camera on Amazon. Maybe even Target. Shut up. Yes, you can.

You know Leslie, right? Yeah, so send me that hat and I'll pretend I made it for her. Thanks.

Keetha said...

You made some great shit last year! Here's to more this year.

dkuroiwa said...

holy shit.
i feel like i should be sitting over here with, you know...an L on my forehead....I'm bowing down in your direction as i'm in total awe of all the GREAT shit you've made. You....are my new inspiration....now. what can you do about motivation?

*dude. the word verification thingy was "cheer". that....is cool.

katydidnot said...

I am not clicking on the birdcage wedding veil link because I prefer to think that you will be taking the bottom off a bird cage, turning it upside down, putting it over your daughter's head and attaching tulle to it a la a beekeeper hat for her wedding veil.

Also? I didn't know we were still doing this thing where we "write" things for our blogs.

Anna See said...

Your baby hats made me start lactating.