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Wednesday
Dec112013

wee wednesday with lindsay | Stay Warm Little One

It's seems to be officially Winter here on the East Coast, we woke up to big ole snow flakes...

Here's some cozy little accessories to keep your littles warm and toasty this Winter, all the while allowing them to have some fun out there!

 

1. Alpaca Heart Hat by Oeuf, at Darling Clementine , 2. Alpaca Booties by Petits Fournier, 3. Skull gloves at Zara, 4. Leg Warmers by Go Gently Baby at Darling Clementine, 5. Mustard Pom Pom hat at Zara, 6. Happy Socks for J.Crew, 7. Smile hat at J.Crew 

 

Stay warm out there cuties!
Xx Lindsay
Wednesday
Dec042013

wee wednesday with lindsay | DIY Snowglobes

I'm not huge on christmasy decor, but I adore winter decor. Snow, snowflakes, deer, evergreens & twinkly lights. A few years ago I created some homemade snow globes with deer & penguin figurines, mason jars, miniature trees & a hot glue gun, they were darling. I put them out every year and look forward to making more with Juliette this year. I found a easy to follow step by step guide on MarthaStewart.com, what doesn't this woman do perfectly? Enjoy...

How to Make a Snow Globe by Martha Stewart 

The shimmering magic of snowfall is always transfixing, whether it's outside your window or inside this classic toy. Homemade globes let you create a wintry scene straight out of your own imagination.

Almost any jar works for this project: Baby-food, pimiento, and olive jars are good choices. Look for plastic or ceramic figurines (metal ones are prone to rust) at flea markets and hobby or model-railroad shops. Synthetic evergreen tips are available at many floral-supply stores. You will also need oil-based enamel paint, sandpaper, epoxy, distilled water, glitter, and glycerin. (click link to find out the step by step guide to creating a gorgeous winter wonderland...)

Xx Lindsay

images courtesy of under the sycamore and whipperberry

Wednesday
Nov132013

wee wednesday with lindsay: Baby it's cold out there!

We had snow this morning in New York City, real snow. While Juliette adored it and giggled all the way to school, it was a reminder to me that colder days are coming... what better time for a round up of some favorite cold weather picks to stock up on for your little one... 

1. I love a parka, for boys & girls, from Crewcuts 

2. Faux Fur Stole from Crewcuts, omg. 

 

3. Pima Cotton Draped Cardigan by Ever/After at Darling Clementine 

 

4. Fair Isle Hearts from Gap 

5. Polka Dot Coat from Zara 

 

6. Grey Hat from Zara

 

7. Vintage Sweater found on Etsy 

8. Bright yellow moccasins found on Etsy

Xx Lindsay

Wednesday
Nov062013

wee wednesday with lindsay | Little Spaces

As I prepare for the arrival of my little boy, (3 months to go!!) I've begun some serious nesting, and with that comes redecorating! My 4 year old daughter will be sharing a room with this little man, so a shared space must incorporate both her taste and that of a little one as well. We'd like to make sure we keep Juliette's favorite things around while incorporating a new aesthetic. I've been pouring over inspiration photos of kids spaces (mainly on my Pinterest) and have to say, little spaces are so special to design and I wanted to share with you some of my favorite spaces for you to be inspired.  

We can always change things around, even if we don't want to spend a lot of cash on new things, pull out some old favorites, tuck away some things you're not using, swap out photos/art in frames and add plants. Those are some of my favorite tips.

We're still figuring out exactly what we want to do in our little ones shared room, but you can be sure there will be gorgeous baskets to capture clutter & toys, muted tones to help balance out brightly color toys & stacks of books everywhere. What are your favorite things to decorate little spaces? I'd love your thoughts!

1. I adore this space for 2 little ones Courtney Adamo has created , via Design Mom 

 2. This rug, I mean! via Lay Baby Lay

3. That poster is on my wish list, room image via cush and nooks

4. I love how this room is gender neutral, via Apartment Therapy

5. The color of that dresser, yes. Via Apartment Therapy

6. Swing! Via houseandhome.com

  

7. Clean and simple, and the wall map is gorgeous too. Via houseandhome.com 

8. Native American themed, hmm taking note. Via The Coterie Blog

Xx Lindsay

Wednesday
Oct232013

wee wednesday with lindsay: DIY Dress up Edition

With Halloween coming up I've been on the hunt for a fun DIY costume I can make for Juliette. Well, after much back and forth discussion my 4 year old has won, won the store bought princess costume. I decided it wasn't a battle worth fighting this year and I'm letting her be whatever she wants. But that doesn't mean I can't share these amazing DIY and creative costumes. I tapped into 2 of my favorite DIY sources, Martha Stewart and Jordan Ferney from Oh Happy Day. Here are some favorites... what are your little ones going to be this year?

1. Photobooth Strip from Oh Happy Day 

2. Anna Wintour 

3. Snail from Oh Happy Day

4. Red Balloon Costume from Oh Happy Day

5. Spring Chicken via Martha Stewart

6. Lobster via Martha Stewart

Xx see you next week!
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