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Etsy Store Obsession

June 23, 2014

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Meet Mrs. SassaFrass! I stumbled upon this crafting princess on Twitter since she was one of my followers ( follow her @sassa_frass_). I immediately became obsessed with her precious wreaths, hand-painted monogram wall decor, Lilly Pulitzer inspired paintings & unique crafts. She truly is talented and is staying quite busy these days with orders through her Etsy store, Sassa Frass Home Decor. I hope you check her out and order something for yourself, a friend, a wedding gift…the perfect, specialized gift!
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A Little About Mrs. SassaFrass:
“A little about me: I’m a 21 year old working wife and step mom who needed some kind of hobby to do on the side and a way of sprucing up the boring bachelor pad that I moved into when I married my husband. I never knew I had any crafting ability but somehow I was wrong. There’s something so rewarding about being able to make things that people love!! I love crafting because it’s a wonderful stress relief for me, a way to show my creativity and make things that people love in the meantime!”

Check out her Etsy store at www.etsy.com/SassaFrassHomeDecor
Fnd her on Facebook!
Email her at sassafrasshomedecor@gmail.com
Follow her @sassa_frass_

Brynlea Cunniff
Follow her on Twitter @MrsStyle101

DIY: High Waisted Shorts

April 21, 2014
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Have you ever wondered how to make the summer’s hottest shorts? This how-to, step by step will give you your soon-to-be favorite pair of shorts!

 

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Step 1: Find a pair of high waisted jeans. I used Gap in the demo, but Levi’s work the best. (Your local thrift store is filled with vintage Levi’s.)

Step 2: Cut them at an angle, low to high, from your inner thigh to your upper thigh. Make them have a slight V shape. For length: put them on before you cut them, and mark a little spot with a sharpie where you want to start cutting.

Step 3: When you have both sides cut, stick them in the wash on a basic wash cycle. After, dry them in the dryer for the perfect fringe look. Air dry works also.

Step 4: After they are completely dry, they should have fringed on their own in the wash, and you may have to cut/trim the fringe if it’s dragging down and way too long. And now, you should have your own High Waisted Shorts!

Wanting holes? Make a tiny straight line slit wherever you desire the hole to be. Stick in the wash, and it will fringe on its own!

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Carolina Grace
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