November 05, 2011

Sponsor Saturday

We're switching up how we do things around here with sponsors.  The first Saturday of the month will be Sponsor Saturday and I'll give you a quick glimpse at some of my favorite things in my sponsors' shops.  That way those of you who look at the blog in a reader won't miss out on these fun shops.  Let's do a little window shopping together.

Our newest sponsor is Mamachee - an adorable shop full of great crochet patterns and more.  I bet you can guess my favorite pattern without me even telling you.  Ah!  I need to learn to crochet!




Grab your Christmas ties at the Little Gentleman's Closet.  Great quality and lots of pattern options.  We have two ties from there and we love them.


A Year of Sugar Scrubs has tons of creative recipes so you can make your own sugar scrubs.  Erin also sells other fun eBooks and you can see her other products HERE.


Belleza Mia always has something new and beautiful every time I peek in the shop.  I particularly LOVE this green little acorn necklace.


Need to plan a party?  Kara's Party Ideas is the coolest blog for amazing ideas.  No matter what the theme is, she's got you covered.


Our recent family photos were taken by Katie Dudley.  She is absolutely amazing.  I was totally thrilled with the photos she took.


And...if you want to give a fun handmade gift for Christmas stop in at Gramma Allie's for some great patterns.  This lady knows how to make stuff.  (She even made me :)


I am grateful for these awesome sponsors and I am excited to get to show you the wonderful products and ideas they have.

Thanks for dropping in.

3 comments:

  1. This lady knows how to make stuff. (She even made me :) - FuNNy!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. I love these! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. How funny! My four-year-old was also a viking for Halloween and through taking part in the Pinterest Challenge on Young House Love, I made the viking hat that I had pinned, which was the crochet viking hat pattern from Mamachee. Too weird!! Here's the full costume that started with the inspiration I got from her hat pattern:

    http://www.on-one-hand.com/2011/10/which-came-first-viking-or-pin.html

    Cool blog! Now a follower =D

    ~Carley

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