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Archive for April, 2012|Monthly archive page

that was quick

In family, Waldo's Garden, work on April 30, 2012 at 8:49 pm

It’s up.  Waldo’s Secret Garden website is up – with tons of information and pictures.  Come see it… Waldo’s Secret Garden.  It will double as a blog – so what are you waiting for?!  go go go!  Shout out to cakes by cindy & glenn too & all the photographers that we’ve met along the way!

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If I have pictures labeled wrong or didn’t give credit  where credit is due – just let me know!  We are all about making sure you get the street cred for your beautiful work!

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mama’s sauce

In fun, ideas, work on April 30, 2012 at 10:45 am

Remember when i posted about wanting to own a letterpress one day?  It was right here then i found  a letterpress in Winter Park.  Literally I just tweeted at them “Hey got any internships?”  that simple.  Got an interview and now I’ve got a summer internship at a letterpress. Levitating.  Getting behind the scenes of the printing aspect of the design world was a goal of mine – success!  Watch this video below i found on their blog – I mean, swoooooon!

west elm

In fun, ideas, things on April 30, 2012 at 6:56 am

How did I just find out Orlando has a West Elm?  I always thought it was one of those amazing stores reserved for California (since everything awesome is in california) . it’s  on my list of things to do now.

classic color

In fun, ideas on April 27, 2012 at 11:45 am

This is the best time in ze world to go shopping.  There’s so much classic black and white with stripes and others with lots & lots of color.  Looks like I’m going to have to start a little style post of sorts soon!  Oh!  and check out this website Poketo if you need to update your kitchen accessories (along with other things).

cup set || clutch || iPhone case

visual

In fun, ideas, things on April 25, 2012 at 1:49 pm

Finals week reminds me of what a terrible test taker I am.  It’s true – I’m all visual.  Of course, I try my hardest but my mind goes elsewhere – somewhere far far away.  Luckily I’m sure I’m not alone and there’s always a need for people like us in the world.  I could conclude this with some whimsical John Lennon quote but I will refrain because it makes me cringe.

source: a place for art  || additional words: little miss char char anabar

daydreams

In Waldo's Garden on April 24, 2012 at 11:51 am

We aren’t sure if you see things like us but Waldo’s Secret Garden is a blank, intricate canvas of fascination and we want you to get creative!  The good thing about us is that we want to help you out with your event any way we can – and if that means building a grandeur doorway for you to walk through at your ceremony… we’re up for the challenge.  Check out these pictures below and see a couple neat ideas we would dieeeee to see soon.

 check out some other ideas right here.

make your own terrarium

In fun, ideas, Waldo's Garden on April 24, 2012 at 5:43 am

I did a little thrifting nearly a near ago now for something like this DIY!  I found tons of glass jars – I suggest you just invest in them.  Keep them around for crafting because this is beautiful and I keep seeing them everywhere (with a twist!) .  For the entire tutorial it’s right over here at making it lovely!  I started keeping all of my beet jars, pickle jars, mince onion jars too, so I’m truly hoping that I will make these natural environments and not turn into an A&E special edition of hoarders.

finals frick frack

In work on April 23, 2012 at 11:21 am

 That “May the odds be ever in your favor” is rather prevalent right now. Luckily there’s free 5 hour energy drinks being distributed everywhere on campus!

pattern: by me (charlotte)

cancer is gator bait

In family on April 22, 2012 at 7:33 pm

I Can’t believe it’s been over a year since Sam’s diagnosis!    it’s very scary to think your own body wants to literally beat the living daylights out of you just because it can.  Which brings me to my next point – we are having another fundraiser and this time with wristbands (go gators)!  We are so thankful for everyone who came to the last one!  In tough economic times we saw an entire community (and nation) come together and donate any amount they could so Sam & Kristen could be comfortable in New York while he received treatment.  CLICK HERE to get a wristband ($5!!).  We want you and Kristen home soon, Sam Sam!