Friday, December 19, 2014

Favorite Things

Anthropologie belt {similar} & Horrorstör by Grady Hendix}

 Kayly of My Open Sketchbook (she did a Books & Looks post) had a Christmas card swap this month! Not only did she send me a lovely card, she also sent this amazing Hermione bookmark that I am completely obsessed with! Thank you, Kayly!

 How awesome is this book pillow?! Answer: So awesome! I had to have the Alice Adventures in Wonderland one because I love the story and my mom's name is Alice. 

 That Elizabeth Mott adds just a touch of glitter to my eye makeup, and I was really excited to get that NYX butter lip balm in this month's Ipsy bag. I read Horrostör by Grady Hendix and loved it! I'm not usually into horror, but this wasn't super scary. It was just freaky enough to freak me out when I read it at night in bed. Have you read it?

A few fun links:

 How to bring the holidays to your blog!

 A fantastic article on beauty during World War II.

 I absolutely adore this post on loving fanfiction. I heart fanfiction too!

 This junk food wishlist is the best!

 Yum: This rosemary green tea milk!

 OMG these photo soaps are hilarious!

 I have definitely used post-it notes as bookmarks! Love this!

 Martie puts together the best gift guides!

 I would vote for Charlotte Steggz!

 Naomi creates the best minimalist art.

 Check out my sponsor spotlight on Bookworms in Dresses.

 I loved The College Prepster's answer to "Aren't you cold?" -- I also only take outfit pictures once a week for 20 to 30 minutes, so sometimes I'm really cold (in winter) and sometimes really hot (in summer), but it's really not that bad.

 The book Perdita by Hilary Scharper sounds super intriguing. Here's the premise:
On assignment to interview the oldest people on the planet, historian Garth Hellyer meets Marged Brice, a spirited woman who claims to be 134 years old. Upon their first meeting, Marged insists that she is ready to die, but the mysterious Perdita is keeping her alive. She entrusts Garth with her diary, which connects him to the early 1900s and to Perdita, a supernatural presence who gives the gift of love.
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 Swap friends: The Ashley Marie BlogIt's Emma Elise, The Noire MenagerieRuffled Paper, My Open Sketcbook, Starry Eyes + Coffee Cups, My Life as a Teacup & Novel Style.

 Fashion loves: fun tights, open gray cardigancozy slippers, cable knit sweater, sparkly necklace, pretty blouseplaid infinity scarf, novel clutch, and studded faux-leather weekender

Have a wonderful weekend!

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16 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for the shoutout - I'm so glad you love your bookmark! Though I do feel super dumb for not measuring first bahaha. Oh well! I can't wait to read Horrorstor - it was the #1 book on my Christmas list, so here's hoping it finds it's way under my tree!

    Also, those book pillows are amazing!

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  2. That bookmark is adorable!! I also LOVED Horrorstor! Almost all my furniture is from Ikea, so I spent a lot of time in that store, so it seemed extra freaky to read!!

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  3. That book pillow is awesome! And once again I think Kayly's bookmark is SO CUTE!

    Jessica
    the.pyreflies.org

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  4. still remember the belt and how you styled it, really like it
    Kisses,
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  5. I understand that you look this belt as it is so beautiful!

    xx from
    Germany/Bavaria, Rena

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  6. That pillow is awesome! I love Alice in wonderland, and of course the Cheshire cat is my favorite character :)

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  7. The Alice pillow is awesome (and so is the Hermione bookmark -- ahh!)!!

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  8. This book pillow reminds me of the time we read the book in 11th grade!

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  9. Haha, yes if I spent a lot of time in Ikea I would probably have been even more freaked out!

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  10. No need to feel dumb at all! I would've had no idea if you'd never mentioned it! I would've thought you sent two envelopes because more mail is always more fun! :) Thanks again!

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  11. That Hermione bookmark is the best! And I'm in love with that Anthro belt. So pretty!


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