Hello friends! I have something to say. There is hardly anything better than finding some vintage treasures or the cutest organic clothing, especially when you support your town and shop locally. So, I am here today to tell you about my absolute most favorite places to shop local in the St. Louis area! These are places in St. Louis that I have spent many summers scouring for. The local, one-of-a-kind places here are like none other. So, get ready to pack your bags and head over to St. Louis if you don’t live here, because I’m pretty sure these places will…

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Alright, I am very well aware that I am much due for another updated “My Favorite Things”, especially since this time of year usually brings some incredibly beautiful and inspirational clothing, prints, artwork and decor! So…enjoy! What are your current obsessions that you’d like to share? Much love, Olivia 1] [THIS] book by Lauren Conrad ~ “Style”. First of all, Let’s just face it; Lauren Conrad is just about the most adorable thing to hit this planet, and her book is a direct product of that. From tips on how to style your hair, to how to hit up the…

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Today I would like to share exactly how I made my most favorite piece of artwork being displayed in my room as of right now. My melted crayon canvas turned out much better than I had expected, AND it was SO easy [and affordable to make!]…so, let’s get started!                                     What you need: A canvas (I used an 8″ x 8″ canvas & loved the results!) Enough crayons to line up along an entire edge of the canvas A glue gun An area of your house (or outside) that can get messy 1) First, start by lining up all of…

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Hello lovelies! This past week, I made a really cute garland for my room that pretty much took me fifteen minutes to make. It’s probably the cutest craft that I’ve made that takes such a short amount of time! Here are the details of how I made it… First, you’re going to need to get a lot of ribbon that is on the thin side. Next, you’re going to need a deck of cards & a hole punch. Next, hole punch two holes on opposite sides at the top of the card. Finally, weave the ribbon through the cards, alternating showing…

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