Crafted : Easter Bunny Finger Puppets

Saturday, April 23, 2011

I made some bunny finger puppets for my nieces and nephews,
for their Easter baskets tomorrow. (Don't even worry, the Easter bunny hooks me up for helping out.)



Not going to lie, I've had way too much fun playing with these things.

I got the idea from this blog.
(Though you really shouldn't click over because mine aren't nearly as cute as hers are.)

Happy Easter everyone! 

Baked : Easter Basket Cupcakes

Thursday, April 21, 2011

I made some Easter cupcakes this week.
(I like holidays, can you tell?)



They are supposed to be Easter baskets, just in case you don't know what the rounded wire thing is supposed to be.



I was debating over whether or not to make these because sweets never get eaten at my house. But the day I made these, my sweet mom decided to make dinners for a bunch of older people that live near us and these ended up being perfect to include.
 I love service. You should all go do some service. :) haha
Alright, I think I've given you enough cheese-factor for the day.

(By the way, if you want to make these they are really simple. All you do is string pipe cleaner with candy from a candy necklace and place the two ends into the cupcake. Then decorate with icing flowers (found in the bakery aisle) or you could even make your own if you're feeling up to it.
If anyone makes them please send me a link because I'd love to see how they turned out! 

Apple of My Eye.

Monday, April 18, 2011

This past week I traveled to New York City with the Fashion Design program at my school. 



We toured FIT and Parsons.



Saw Phantom of the Opera. (Soo good.)




Visited a few different designers. This guy was amazing, but totally knew it. ha, don't they all? 




This lady owned her own hat shop in Soho. The shop was the cutest thing ever, filled to the brim with all different sorts of books and custom hats. I totally loved her. She was so eccentric and positive about life.



Shopping at Mood! I ended up finding some incredible lace fabric which I'm pumped about.
Oh and speaking of Project Runway, I didn't get a picture of this but I totally ran into Gretchen (from season 8) on the street! She was walking her dog and the minute I looked at her, I said "Hey your.." and she smiled and started booking it. ha, she obviously loves being recognized.

By the end of it I was tired and ready to come home, but now I wish I was back! Isn't that always how it is? Oh well, hopefully in two years time I will be. 

Time Warp.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Last Friday was MORP at my school.
For those that don't live in Utah.. or Provo for that matter, MORP is a girls choice dance similar to Sadie Hawkins. (The name is PROM spelled backwards. Despite it sounding like some kind of time machine or something, haha that's what it always makes me think of.)



The theme was "Ugly Prom", which explains the poofy, red dress and the running shoes.



I always hate girls choice dances because I'm so bad at "putting myself out there" like that. But I'm so glad I got the nerve to ask Thomas. He was such a fun date and a blast to spend time with.
After we took these pictures (thanks to Rachel and her dad!), we went to Carraba's for dinner and then to the dance. It was fun to finally go to a dance as a senior. I felt so old looking around and seeing no grades older than me.



After the dance, we went to my friend's clubhouse and played games and had shakes. It was such a fun night and I am so glad I went.
I never thought I'd say this but I'm really going to miss high school. All the kids at my school are seriously so freaking awesome. It's going to be weird not seeing the majority of them again.

Have an amazing week everyone!
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