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downtown gallery stroll

In i made this, vero beach, work on December 4, 2014 at 1:39 pm

I will be downtown Friday night at Decorative Arts from 5-8PM selling lots of new prints for stocking stuffers or Christmas gifts! Music, Wine and Good Company plus shopping local is a dynamite combination! See you there!   GALLERYSHOWbloombright

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good vibes only

In ideas on June 15, 2014 at 5:31 pm

  After spending the weekend on the boat in Jupiter, this bright & summery print just created itself in less than 10 minutes –  Love when that happens!  I’m obsessed with these colors and that font !  It’s Just an all around fun print for any home that has cool peeps occupying it!

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watercolor print by charlotte anabar

Hibiscus Festival

In family, fun, i made this on April 11, 2014 at 9:36 am

Katie O’Dare (Knees On Leaves) & I are so excited to have a booth at the Hibiscus Festival this year that is Sponsored by Waldo’s Secret Garden!  We love Vero like crazy and can’t wait to able to permanently move back but for now we blow into town, throwing caution to the wind every other weekend and paint the city red!  Stop by and see us!  OH!  Also sign up for Katie’s Terrarium workshop at Chelsea’s Market on Cardinal!  Seats are Limited.

link love here: SIGN UP

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pretty pretty spring prints

In i made this on April 6, 2014 at 2:22 pm

All of these new prints are on their way to Decorative Arts and soon can be bought on my new website!  Woo Hoo!  I’ve  been talking about it for over a year now but finally it’s almost to my liking.   I’m in love with this garden print and can not wait to place it in the perfect spot at Waldo’s Secret Garden where I will be living all summer after graduation!   
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PRINTS BY CHARLOTTE ANABAR / GARDEN PRINT DESIGNED WITH GRAPHICS FROM SWIEJKODESIGNS

digital art comes to life

In i made this, Waldo's Garden on March 5, 2014 at 10:52 am

I stopped by Countryside Citrus beachside yesterday and loaded up with citrus to get creative!   Here’s a peek at a few ‘3D prints’ so far!  All of these real life citrus prints are variations of different prints I have created digitally over time!  Gracias for the key lime pie & citrus, CSC!  The citrus came in handy last night once we started barreling through vodka! There is nothing better than fresh salty dogs!

digital art comes to life

digital art comes to life

digital art comes to life

digital art comes to life

[ photos & set-up by charlotte anabar ] [ citrus from countryside citrus ] [ flowers from michael’s ]

spring is in the air

In i made this on February 6, 2014 at 4:42 pm

Is it time to wear bright, fun clothing yet?  Spring is my favorite time of the year!  Not like it’s been incredibly cold in Florida but, ya know.

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sunglasses | dress | shoes  | clutch | ring

layout by Charlotte Anabar

chicken + dumplings

In food ideas on November 26, 2013 at 2:43 pm

My sister-in-law, Tiffany, gave me this recipe a 4 years ago and I have been cooking it ever since!  It’s perfect for the cooler weather coming up (slowly but surely here in Florida).  I made it last week and ate it 3 days in row – every meal.  It’s that fantastic!  I don’t know the exact details of the recipe so I’m just going to use cute words in lieu of actual measurements …

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3 boneless chicken breasts

1 canister of homestyle 8 -10 biscuits

a bunch of flour

one bottle of everglades seasoning

a cup of chicken broth

Feeds an army of 8

Directions:  Pour the everglades all over the chicken in a way that seems like “Oh my God this is way too much”! Boil the chicken for one hour.  While waiting cut the biscuits into little dough squares and flour them down … like go crazy with the flour.  Once the chicken is done cooking take it out of the pan and slice it all up.  You then pour in the chicken broth for a bit more flavor.  Put the dumplings in one by one then throw in the chicken and let it cook for 25 more minutes … Then enjoy! Oh and then i toss in a half a stick of butter – ya know just in case!

photos & layout by charlotte anabar

La Paperie & Print Shop

In Ain't my art on October 25, 2013 at 2:40 pm

I woke up Monday sick as a dog and have been horizontal since but today I finally got to go through my inbox and I received an e-mail from this awesome photographer and I am going bananas over her work!   Meet Kaitlin Rebesco!  I love her minimalistic spin on the prints!  Very crisp & clean!  Take a look for yourself and visit her ETSY store as well to see her other inspiring work!

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photography and prints by Kaitlin Rebesco

wedding season!

In Waldo's Garden on September 18, 2013 at 9:11 am

October is the start of our season for weddings and we are so excited!  So excited we created a instagram so we can see all the great photo visitors post from the house!  As always we look forward to all the brides & grooms starting their new life at the Garden!

Waldo’s Secret Garden

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photography by Elle Ruiz | arrangement by Lara’s Theme

wise words of breanna rose

In ideas on September 11, 2013 at 1:13 pm

This is all from a blogger I follow Breanna Rose

After receiving several emails inquiring about blogging platforms, I thought I would create a post for bloggers discussing the subject. While I highly suggest hiring a designer to create your own custom design, I realize that isn’t always in everyone’s budget from the get go, so I’m writing this from the perspective of template usage. The first thing you will need to do is decide which service you’d like to use for publishing. While there are many out there, the two that I always recommend are SquareSpace and WordPress ( self-hosted ). Their ease of use and support are what make them winners in my book, but I’ll dive more into them both below.

While I personally use WordPress, let’s start with SquareSpace ( SS ). Because if I hadn’t already paid for 2 years of hosting, I think I would switch over to SS sooner than later. You see, the thing that has always captured my attention with SS is their beautiful user interface. It’s much easier on the eyes and as a designer, I’ve definitely taken notice. Plus, they have several meticulously well designed templates that you can choose from and customize ( drag + drop style ), all of which do not require any HTML/CSS knowledge. A definite plus for beginners! Ultimately, you would receive a free domain name, an easily editable template, and a very secure website. It’s an all inclusive package that will leave you worry free.

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words & image by Breanna Rose