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Do it yourself Monday-Yarn wrapped frames and a book swap


Monday, November 12, 2012

Hiya!! Sorry it's been a couple of days since my last post. Sophia has been keeping me pretty busy. I have an awesome, super easy tutorial for you all today! Lately I've been seeing a ton of things being yarn bombed and I think it it's so awesome!






 I only a have a few made but I plan on making more.
I'm not going to lie, this is a bit time consuming, but it's worth it! 

And now for the book swap. 
As you already know I'm down for swapping ANYTHING. It's such a fun way to meet new bloggers.
My partner was Stephanie from A Geek In Glasses. Unfortunately Hurricane Sandy prevented us from mailing each other our books, so we had to use Amazon to swap. One of my favorite books to date is Water for Elephants (a circus book) So she sent me this awesome book! I have yet to red it but I'm really looking forward to get started on it.


Don't forget to sign up for our gift swap! 
Lara's Vintage





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14 comments :

  1. Those look super cute. Love it because it is so simple anyone can do it and with things that can be easily found at home

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  2. i have been wanting to read 'the night circus' for some time... i've read only good reviews, especially from bloggers. i hope you enjoy it!

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  3. Thanks for the sweet & simple idea! They really make the frames look great and give it that retro vibe that I lovvvve.

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  4. The Night Circus was one of my favorite reads this year. The frames are adorable. I wonder if I have the patience for that.

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  5. Those are totally adorable! ♥

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  6. I liked The Night Circus! Those frames are so nifty :)

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  7. err mah gosh how fun! I love thrifting...obsessed actually! New follower from GFC...xx

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  8. I love the frames!! Enjoy Night circus!

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  9. i have never seen that done before -- yarn-wrapped frames. it's so cute & simple. am i just behind the times & people do this all the time? i don't know, but i love it. : )

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  10. Um, this looks phenomenal and so easy?
    I want to try it on bracelets/bangles now :D
    xx
    The Fashionable ESQ
    http://www.thefashionableesq.blogspot.com/

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  11. what a cute idea!! definitely keeping this in mind as gift options :)


    andrea brionne
    @thedailyeverythings.blogspot.com

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