Tag: Anna Maria Horner
{DIY}The Fat Quarter Infinity Scarf

**I've recently started blogging again! Come see what I've been up to: click here** Meet my newest cold weather accessory - the fat quarter infinity scarf. I really really love infinity scarves. You know why? They're easy. Easy to make, easy to wear.  What more could you ask for?  I ...

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{DIY} The Letter Pillow

Today's post is brought to you by... the letter L! I mentioned it in my last post - our baby girl's name is going to be Lila. Lila Marian to be exact (Marian is my grandmothers name). Do you remember on the TV show Friends, when Rachel has her baby Emma, they have a large letter E hanging on ...

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{DIY} Love You to Pieces Skirt

Hey!  I'm excited to share this tutorial with you. This is another great way to use up scraps. My mom had made a quilt using Anna Maria Horner's new line Loulouthi - and she had some wonderful scraps leftover. We found this skirt as inspiration on Pinterest (how adorable is that?) ...

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{DIY} Anthropologie-inspired Headband

Okay, sincerest apologies for flaking out on you for the last week. I didn’t really mean for that to happen, but I was in the process of getting our family completely out of TN and down to FL. We will be here for the next 2 months before we move to Japan. BUT I did manage to whip up this little ...

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DIY Color Path Pillow

  I was inspired by this pillow cover from West Elm Of course, you know me, I had to spice it up a little with color.  As you also know I have a small love affair with Anna Maria Horner's designs, and I have made many projects using her fabrics.  Since her patterns are so colorful, I ...

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Free Spirit Tunic Tutorial

I've been wanting to make a tunic for a while. I browsed around online at Free People and found this for inspiration. It's $298.00 So on Friday I went to the fabric store and spent $ 17.00 on a yard of Anna Maria Horner's gorgeous voile - the perfect thing to make a flowy tunic (or to ...

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Master Bedroom Reveal

This was done on a teeny tiny shoestring.  I only spent about $100.00 on accessories to complete my look - including things like a sidetable, lamps, votives, planter, aluminum bin, etc.  I had already made the window treatments and quilt,  I just worked on finishing touches.  I am really happy with ...

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Sophisticated Baby

Charlotte's bathroom is also the Guest bathroom. Therefore, I didn't want to decorate it all rubber ducky or something. I want it to be a space adults can relax in too. I created this shower curtain - originally two panels (bought at Ross for $10.00). Then I added the strip of fabric to the ...

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