Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Cases Galore

Phones cases and monograms are compatible, almost meant for each other. As many of you can read from my blog, I am majorly obsessed with monograms. But what you didn't know is that I love phone cases and
I am constantly changing my phone case, a total phone case junkie. I recently found Mary Beth Goodwin Designs, a cute boutique selling the most ADORABLE monogrammed phone cases. They look super NYC designer brands and are a timeless case! So head over to her lovely web page, and let me know what you think of her beautiful cases!

These are just a few of my favorites!

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Precious Stationary

Hey all! So I have lately become obsessed with stationary, I mean you can never have to much! On my twitter account the cutest stationary shop, Rutherford Papers, tweeted at me to check out there site, so granted I did and instantly fell in love. The stationary they sell is so precious and reasonably priced! I am currently broke from all of my recent Etsy purchases but when I do get some cash in my pocket, I plan on heading over to this adorable stationary shop and adding to my stationary collection! Go check it out!

These are my favorite stationary patterns but I cant decide, I'd love to hear what your favorites are!

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Latest Addition to the Monogram Collection

Hello everyone! So lately many people at my school have been carrying water bottles around with them, which is much more environmentally friendly than plastic water bottles. For Christmas I had been looking online for the cute monogrammed Turvis Tumbler water bottles I had seen plastered all over Pinterest for my sister. I couldn't seem to find any with the monogram on the inside of the bottle, it seemed as though they were all hand painted monograms on the outside. Now don't get me wrong, it's super creative, just not very durable for an everyday sort of water bottle. So of course, being the crafty gal I am, I started another monogram project. I first went to Bed Bath and Beyond and purchased the water bottle, it wasn't more than $20 and is real durable! Then I headed over to my favorite website Etsy and found a cute little shop selling monogram stickers in tons of sizes, colors, and fonts that are made out of indoor/outdoor vinyl, used for bumper stickers (in that case, dishwasher thumbs up!) The monogram was super easy to apply to the water bottle and hasn't peeled at all. So before you spend up to $30 on a hand painted, monogrammed Turvis Tumbler water bottle that could easily chip off, turn your creative juices on, head over to Etsy, and you could save a ton!

These are a few pictures of me and my sisters water bottles.