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Saturday, June 1, 2013

June 1st is here?!

That means two things - 1. It's about to get H.O.T. and 2. the year is almost half over.  Honestly, neither seem possible. 

So far the weekend has been great.  I traveled over to Phoenix yesterday to a neat little place, Urban Restoration, owned by four people including none other than Jack & Cat (AKA Lesley & Mike).  I saw a photo of the MOST AMAZING 9 FOOT treasure that I just had to go see in person.  All I can say is amaZing!  It was to die for.  I plan on returning next weekend for their 2nd monthly market. 

For details about the event, go to https://www.facebook.com/events/622499211094747/. 

The shop is beyond neat.  A huge chalkboard wall with lots of writing, wooden floors and a quaint atmosphere.  They had many many unique pieces both large and small, a cute old typewritter table with lots of charm, old doors and windows, and furniture and MUCH more!  And the prices were just as amaZing as the goods!  :)

Whipped up some more salsa and made some fruit flavored water {Strawberry Raspberry Mint}.  This girl is trying to to buy local including fruits and veggies.  Also working to get off bottled water AND diet soda before 2013 ends.  Thanks to Singh Farms and Mesa's Friday Farmers Market, I am off to a great start on my fruits and vegetables. 




Taking the last of my favors down to display at ETC this afternoon for my DO ME A FAVOR WORKSHOP this Tuesday from 6-8 pm.  If you haven't already signed up, there are still a  few spots left.  You can jingle them at 480.854.2303 to sign up!

This little box is constructed from Bazzill cardstock and one of their printed papers, it is perfect for holding a variety of treats.  The customized printwork tag is also printed on Bazzill cardstock, making it durable.

This little treat sack is adorned with a doily and some lace.  The flap and inside insert is created from printed paper from the sweet "Bundle of Joy" paper line from Echo Park.  The treat sack is mounted on two layers of coordinating Bazzill cardstock for stability. The translucent white sack allows you to peek inside at the printed paper.  Once the rub on and treats are added, this will be ready for gifting.
 

Well, I am off to Chipotle for a chicken salad minus the dressing and sour cream.  :)


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