Something To Do

We’re on the way home from Vegas brown and exhausted. And a little bit nauseous. Recap of the trip when the swelling in my skull goes down. In the meantime, make your own friendship bracelet courtesy of Honestly WTF. Thread accessories are all the rage!


Instructions here.

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9 thoughts on “Something To Do

  1. I saw that piece about the friendship bracelets – makes me definitely want some again! Loving the blog by the way, this is the first time I stopped by🙂 Anyone that has 3 dogs (and that beautiful Great Dane) is a winner in my book…

  2. I love all of these!! Sof un

  3. elizabeth says:

    I can’t wait to hear about your adventures! We used to make so many of those bracelets we had them up to our elbows and would wear them until they were disgusting! what a happy memory…..
    e

  4. Thank you, just made a little pink/orange/yellow one for my daughter…my first one! It’s a little addicting, I have to say.
    Glad you had a great time, altho I don’t know how you wouldn’t there!

  5. love this idea – i used to love making those and now will just happily buy them:)

  6. Julip Made says:

    These have been on my DIY list for a while now. Cheers (with a cup of H20 of course) do a swift recovery/ detox post Vegas! FYI my post today will not help with this process…

  7. Vanessa says:

    Reminds me of day camp. And anything that reminds you of day camp is awesome.

  8. kristina says:

    i LOVE friendship bracelets & remember when i used to make them as a kid!! i must try my hand at making one again, thanks for the link! happy monday😉
    xo ~ kristina

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