Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Bows DIY

Cut out a piece of fabric :0) Make sure that the width is more than the length. 
Fold it like a taco, and sew along the edges. I used white thread to make it easier to see but use thread matching your fabric. 
Fold both ends to meet in the middle. Sew them in the middle. 
Than pull your thread, this will scrunch your bow. :0) 
Than , cut a stripe of fabric. This will go over the middle to make it look nice and tidy. 
Sew the ends of the stripe of fabric together in the back. 
                                       BIPITY-BOPITY BOW!!!!! 

P.S. Use a lighter to stop the fabric/ribbon from fraying. 

P.P.S. You can hot glue these bows to headbands, hair pins, shoes. Or sew them onto clothes!! There is a thousand and one things you can do with them, they'll make anything look adorable! Have fun, xo! 

Camera Time!!!

So random, I know. But I love these. 

Adventure Sunday

Last Sunday, my girlfriend and I couldn't decide what to do after church. So we decided to just take off and have a little adventure!

We stopped at an Antique Mall. Where some of the next pictures were taken at. 
Vintage recipe books in an adorable picnic basket. Love the twirling blender. 

Than, we found a thrift store :0) 
Bought the cutest sleeveless shirts, oldschool Disney books, and a couple of other cute things for under $5 :0) yippy 
The next morning, ready for work. 

Friday, March 23, 2012

Old Polaroids/Doodles

Once upon a time, a girl named Nathie went to the thrift store. She bought a couple of vintage cameras and a pack of 600 Polaroid Film. She ran all the way home and put the film to the test, she was very sad to see that the film in which she paid five dollars for, in fact did not work. 
She was left with expired Polaroid Film in her hands and was very sad.
So she decided to make the best of the situation. So, she started doodling. 
And she doodled. And with nail polish and a nail from her wall she made polka dots on the film.
And she doodled some more. She even sewed into the film sweet nothings. 
And she doodled some more...
And more...
And more..Until her little hand was getting cramps. She cut out her drawings and hot glued the corners onto the film :0) 
The End 

Patsy the Polaroid

Cool Cam Polaroid 600
Bought her at the Thrift store today for only $5. It was a little gift from baby Jesus himself. Here are some more to show her beauty. 

I ran out of D's so I had to use an 0 for Red. REO :/
And this is her with no filters or fanciness. I am considering selling her on my Etsy Shop. Still pondering it. 

And this is a cute drawing I found of it. Had to share it, well enough of my bragging ;0) let's carry on. 

P.S. Yes, it is a "her" because SHE'S pink <3 

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Photo Manipulation Fun! 

Photo Manipulation: Zink-PoGo from Frenky on Vimeo.

Had to share this video of Photo Manipulation that I stumbled upon :0) 
                                    Have Fun! xoxo

(tee-hee these pictures aren't mine, but I chose them to give an example of how sweet your pictures can look like after they get played with. :0) 
Spring Outfits Guide! 
Red Fox Spring Outfits

Ello friends! Last Spring Outfits were of skirts and tops, today it consists of one key piece (yellow shorts) and different tops. You can make the cutest outfits with one solid and bright piece, matching it with softer colored tops. Than I added some fun accessories that play along with your Spring attire. 
Accessories: Yes, that is a picnic basket. I know what you must be thinking...but I actually parade a picnic basket as a purse. Everyone and their grandmother compliments me on my vintage picnic basket. It has tons of space inside for your belongings. :0) And don't forget your Polaroid camera! Capture every amazing moment in your bright life! You can find Polaroid, or vintage cameras at Thrift Stores for amazing prices! 
                                          Enjoy! xoxo 

Monday, March 19, 2012

Just a photo I took of a rundown hotel in my city. 
1980's Polaroid Spirit 600 Land Camera, I bought this little guy at a thrift store for $5. 
I also bought this vintage bag for $1 at the same thrift store. Real leather and it looks like it has a story to tell. If only bags could talk. 
I risked a ticket taking this shot but this car is incredible! I've never seen anything like it, really! And the sir inside is rockin' it! 
And finally, my adorable vintage salt and pepper shakers! "Owl you need is Love".. Bought this couple at the Antique Mall <3 Happy Day