This time of year always inspires me to bring out my knitting needles to knit – especially now after I’ve discovered this new super-sized yarn. Chunky knits are not only a trend in sweaters and beanies, they have made there way to our homes. Spain based Knitting Noodles sells 100% merino wool yarn, crochet hook, and needles so that you can whip up some luscious and super soft goodies.
Wishing you all a scrumptious and joyful Thanksgiving!! Love, Erica + Lauren.
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Season after season, the holidays sneak up on me. Except this year. Perhaps motherhood should take credit but this year I’ve been determined to beat the holidays to the punch. Crafting is one of the things I love most about this time of year and since Thanksgiving weekend gives all of us that perfect amount of downtime before the madness of December encroaches, I though I’d help jumpstart your holiday crafting as well. These doll ornaments, made of old fashioned clothespins, has been something I’ve been dying to make ever since I spotted them at Anthropologie last year. Not only are they super adorable, with their cozy scarves and colorful ensembles, these dolls are ridiculously fun to make – especially with friends!
They say travel is the one thing you can buy that makes you richer. Well, you may not be able to give the gift of travel this season but you can help inspire the globetrotter in your life with a few of our favorite travel accessories and essentials.
If you’re still unsure about building your own art gallery wall, here are plenty more examples to help inspire you. Lots of you have been asking how I put the gallery wall together in my son’s room. Here is a helpful tip. Trace each frame onto kraft paper, label them and cut them out. Tape them on the wall with painter’s tape and rearrange them to your liking. Once you’re happy with the layout, then hammer in those nails and hang your art!