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Friday Footnotes


1. Vacation Momentos Photo

I love how Evie creates such gorgeous collages from various vacation momentos… This particular one is from a recent trip to Florida, and back in November she posted her first “nature collection” from South Carolina. It’s really a classy way to “save” all those treasures.

2. Wacom Website for the Intuos Creative Stylus

For Christmas, I got a Bamboo stylus for our iPad and I absolutely love it… This particular page shows a fancier pen than I have, but it still basically does the same thing. Anyway, I love the Wacom website—well I just love most websites that incorporate scrolling with all the content held within the one page. And I particularly like how they section off the site with contrasting black and white color backgrounds but how the stylus brings them all together by crossing sections.

Do you use a stylus? I’m still learning, but I sure do love it so far!

P.S. There’s still 3 more Footnotes… so please keep scrolling and check out the Wacom site while you do. 🙂

3. Newborn Photo with Stats

This birth announcement is so darling… they brought in the clock and ruler to show the delivery time and height! So creative… really this concept could have looked cheesy but with the vintage styling and the addition of Scrabble letters and whatnot, it really looks great! Thanks Jess for pinning! See the original post on Life Unexpected.

4. Light Up Marquee

After seeing the Junkyard Gypsy at the Vintage Marketplace, I’ve been trying to find a place in my home for a light up marquee… and while I still haven’t found a place, that doesn’t mean I don’t want one still. Of course I’m partuclarly drawn to making on of an ampersand. Of course, of course. Thanks to A Beautiful Mess for this DIY!

5. Gilded Picture Frames DIY

I’ve been loving the look of pewter or tarnished silver for my guest room, so I was particularly drawn to this DIY to create your own gilded picture frames. DIY found on Paint in my Hair.

I believe in magic. I believe in the power of true love. I believe in fairy tales and happy endings. And I live to create stationery and art for the young at heart to allow my fellow dreamers to treasure all of life’s most wondrous moments!