Happy Monday, friends! Today I wanted to share a recent wedding suite I created for my neighbor, Addie. My favorite detail was the watercolor greenery in her envelope liners. Enjoy!
Hello, friends! February has just flown by. Between a busy season at work, Valentine's Day, my birthday, and time spent in Kansas City this month was full of time spent with family and friends. This month was also full of quite a lot of online inspiration. My absolute favorite was We Are Scout's interview with Liz Payne about her Liz Payne x Gorman collaboration. The patterns and details in her collection are stunning. Maybe they ship to the US?? Here are a few other links that caught my attention:
- One of my favorite birthday gifts I received! Anthropologie always has the best frames.
- Eager to test out this DIY Knot Pillow
- I spent a day in Seville when I traveled to Spain in college, but Geneva's guide has it back on my travel wish list. (It is one of KC's sister cities!)
- Although I rarely mention it here on the blog , I commute each week between St. Louis and Kansas City, and over the past few years have grown very accustomed to filling my drives with podcasts. Can't wait to test out some of these!
- You can never have too many notebook DIYs
- I will be participating in a paper flower workshop at work in a couple of weeks, and Rie Elise Larsen's work has me very inspired.
- One of my college classmate's illustrated this beautiful print!
- Pink & Green
- I am almost positive these are completely sold out, but I'm crossing my fingers they do a restock soon!
- My lovely friend Lisa's baby nursery is on Think.Make.Share. this month!
Until next month, enjoy!
Here is a quick peek at a watercolor wedding monogram I created for a lovely Kansas City couple, Liz and Cole. They were married just a few weeks ago!
This weekend my sister, Sophie, visited St. Louis! She is one of the rare few who can convince me to cook Pinterest recipes, and I'm sure glad she did because we ate WELL. If gnocchi mac & cheese isn't enough, she also made coffee cake. We spent some time exploring the city, highlights being a visit to Flowers & Weeds, and a trip to the CAM. I also spent some time with my watercolors, which was a nice break after a busy work week full of computer time. Here are a few snapshots from our sister-bonding weekend!
Today I decided to share a few images I have recently been inspired by. I try to look through my recent pins every once in awhile to see if any common themes are emerging. This time I noticed pops of blues and corals while scrolling down my feed. I love the idea of being inspired from a wide range of sources and imagery. I hope you all had a wonderful Fourth of July weekend! Feel free to take a look at all of my recent pins.