Friday, October 24, 2008

Lovely Little Finds No.5


etsy, etsy, etsy… It's all about etsy!
Everyday I come across something(s) new. These adorable little frocks come from Funky Little Monkey. Not only are they super cute but they're SUPER practical. Sue has created a dress that grows with your little one. It goes from a dress, to tunic, to shirt and they're reversible! Quite niffty… wish I had a little girl to get all dolled up in one of these pretty little pinafores. Plus, I just love the word Pinafore :)
Look for matching hair clips from Delightful Trinkets, Sue and I are putting our heads together for more lovely little finds. It's fun to meet such talented and creative people. I heart etsy!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Cupcakes Week ❉ October 20-26

Who doesn't love cupcakes and who wouldn't want to donate to a good cause. Visit to find a participating bakery near you and create your own e-cupcake to share with a friend!

Friday, October 17, 2008

Inspiration No. 2

I am obsessed with all things vintage! And right now it's all about shoes. I found these pretty babies on the cherry blossom girl. Alix has the most beautiful photographs. She is cupcakes, tea parties, fairy tales and sweetness all wrapped up in one! Visit her blog to learn a bit more about her. 

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Lovely Little Finds No.4

Thanks to Greenlee. I heart her!!!
OMG!!! Winter Songs
You wont be disappointed. 

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Giveaway Coming Soon!

Hello everyone! So… in an attempt to gather more followers and make more friends with the same interests in design, I have decided to host my own giveaway this month. Not to mention that I am completely shameless, and not above bribery. 

There is a positive side to this as well, in addition to the giveaway. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month I am planning on doing a fundraiser to raise monies for the Kapi'olani Breast Center in Honolulu. Kapi'olani Breast Center provides FREE Mammograms for women with little or no medical insurance or minimal income.  I lived in Hawaii for almost a year and was shocked at how many women live at the poverty level and are without regular healthcare. I'd like to be able to give back to a community that I called home. There are many women who will benefit form this free service and money from donations to the Center can make a difference for a woman in need. 

I lost my Aunt Martha several years ago. She was far too young at 52 to lose her battle. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of her… so I'd like to honor her and others who have lost their battle, support those who continue their fight and hopefully find a cure for this horrible disease. 

Mahalo! Details will follow shortly.