Are you doing some last-minute Christmas wrapping this week? If so, you might want to download and print these free gift tags, designed and illustrated by Julia Rothman. And if you have sticker paper or labels, print them on that, fill them out, and you’re done! Too cute.
Today is our 4th wedding anniversary. Time sure flies when you’re having fun! This morning I’m having happy memories of our gorgeous beach wedding at the Carlouel Yacht Club in Clearwater Beach, Florida (where I was born and basically raised). I still can’t think of a better place for us to get hitched, and if I had to do it again, I wouldn’t change a thing. Ours was the best wedding I’ve ever been to (I’m a bit biased, of course).
It’s a gross, rainy day in Toronto, and we’re dog-sitting, so we’re kind of house-bound tonight. But we’ll still have a nice dinner and celebrate. And Ian, you know I’m still nuts for you, and I am thrilled and so lucky to be your wife.
My regular readers know how much I like picnics (I’ve posted about it here). So you won’t be surprised when you see how much I love the picnic kits from Boxsall (especially the “urban picnic” box that looks like an old-school ghetto blaster). These have been featured on more design blogs than I can count – they’re very popular. I don’t think you can get them in Canada though.
It’s Monday morning, and if you’re like me, you need a little distraction. So check out My Milk Toof – the undeniably adorable animated photo stories created by Inhae. Follow the adventures of Ickle and Lardee as they go on big adventures, build snowmen, and get into trouble. If you don’t think this is irresistibly cute, there’s something wrong with you.