With SoCal's mildly chilly winters, it's the perfect time for whipping out the scarves. Here are three easy ways to switch up your scarves! A couple easy to-do knots or just whip it around as an infinity!
This past Christmas was a bit of a watch craze in our house. I've been wanting a simple leather watch for a while now, so needless to say, I was quite happy to have found this little surprise under the tree. Behind the dial, you can see there's a sun peeking through the cloud. There's also a moon on the other side. The two rotate throughout the day. The gold metal band watch below is Vy's. They're nice practical accessories that can be worn daily.
Not to mention, a touch of gold adds a pinch of class to any outfit, particularly slouchy sweaters on cold wintery days!
The Christmas Tree! We got around to it pretty late, but we finally put it up last week. It's haphazard, we're not fussy folks when it comes to our tree. It all looks good when it lights up, right? Anyway, I hope you're all having the most wonderful holiday season! We have a couple of holiday/wintery crafts coming up within the next few weeks, so stick around! :) Happy Christmas Eve!
A Happy Happy Birthday to the baby of the family, our little Vy, who just turned fifteen this past weekend! Hai and I both made it home for cake and presents and the most delicious two days of food. It was a good little break, getting to go home and be with the family, right before finals hit. Just two more weeks and this quarter is over! Can't wait for the Holiday Season to really start!
Hai came up to visit me at school months ago, and we made the long drive to Little Tokyo! I had a...particularly bad bus/getting lost experience the last time I attempted to get to Little Tokyo with a friend. So needless to say, this was exponentially more of a success! I left my camera at home that day, sadness, but here are little snapshots of the place from my phone! I wish we had stayed a little longer so I could extensively shop and eat all the things. I guess that'll have to wait until next time!
I know this project has been done countless times, but I wanted to give it a try. It's a super simple project, but you all know how I love my personalized paper goods. Though, I'm not sure it needs instructions to go with it. Simply unfold an envelope you have lying around, trace it on a magazine page, cut, fold and glue! Easy peasy! You can also use cardstock, scrapbooking paper, wallpaper, fabric or newspaper!