Category — kids
September 30, 2013
When Vida was one-month old my friend and super talented photographer Rebecca Antuna took some pictures of her and Ian. It’s crazy how time flies because today little Vida is 6 months and I’m now sharing these pictures. I love how they turned out and I’m so glad we took them considering no one was getting any sleep and the house was upside down. These sweet memories will be with us forever!
If you are looking for a great photographer in San Diego be sure to check out Rebecca’s website to see her beautiful work. I should also mention that her Instagram feed is one of my favorites – I love how she captures those precious moments of her beautiful family :)
August 21, 2013
A few months ago Jen of My Three Sons and I held a fun “String Art” workshop at her lovely home in South Park, San Diego. It was so successful and fun that we’ve decided to continue the concept of making and mingling. After a lot of brainstorming we are excited to introduce you to “Urban Craft Camp” – creative craft workshops to inspire the maker in all of us. Our next class will be held at Progress, a modern boutique shop in South Park, San Diego and we’d love if you could join us for a great morning of crafting, mingling, and treats. We’ll show you how to create a one-of-a-kind tote bag incorporating hand printing, embroidery and other surface design techniques. Come Make + Mingle with us! Space is very limited so please go here to reserve your spot.
If you are interested in becoming involved and promoting your business please contact us at email@example.com. We are always looking for creative minds to partner with.
Logo and flyer were designed by talented Marcie of Red Star Ink in case anyone is wondering :)
March 27, 2013
So while I wait for this sweet baby girl to arrive I’ve been doing a lot of cleaning, organizing, nesting and thinking. Part of my new year’s resolution is to post on the blog more often, but things get busy and I sadly don’t post as often as I would like to. However, last week I created these cute easter projects with my son Ian and I thought it would be a shame not to share them with you guys. They are super easy to make and I bet you already have most of these supplies at home. Well, I hope you enjoy it.
For the bunny boxes: You’ll need is a gift box, felt, wiggly eyes, hot glue, pompom and a pen. Fill them with your favorites easter eggs and voilà! super easy, right? I sell these cute boxes in my shop if you ever need them.
For the bunny cans: You’ll need an empty tin can, fabric or paper to cover it, felt, wiggly eyes, hot glue and pompom. I used mod podge to glue and seal both fabric and paper to the can. Super easy! your kids will love making them :)
Happy Easter everyone!!! I hope my baby bunny arrives by this Sunday. I’m officially 40 weeks pregnant today and I can’t wait to meet her. xoxo, ana
June 8, 2011
photo by Juliane Eirich
spotted at Melly Wood
image: Balloning into the sky
Welcome to we love citrus blog! This is our first post. Lots of colorful balloons to celebrate this special day. Hooray!!!!
Bem-vindos ao blog we love citrus ! Esse é nosso primeiro post. Muitos balões coloridos para celebrar esse dia tão especial. Viva!!!
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