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Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-21 19:25

I literally wouldn’t have had any super warm accessories to bring with on my trip if it weren’t for being a #FabFitFunPartner. 😅 http%3A// I totally didn’t have time to go shopping before we left. 🙃😭 BUT I’m staying warm in spite of myself, with my Mer Sea scarf and pink knit beani...

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-18 23:17

Morning light is the best light. 👍 Sharing all the sources (with links) from my #workspaceinspo makeover at the studio, today on the blog.

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-18 14:00

Spotted this super easy #DIYidea yesterday. Just some 2x4s with a hole drilled through each one and a thick dowel rod running through the hole. 👍 Might be more practical for a shop than anything else, but with a few tweaks, it could a really useful clothing rack for home use too. What do you think?!

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-18 02:57

When your jacket matches the scenery. :) I'm really liking deep greens lately...especially when paired with pale pink (like my socks). But ALSO, I will never let go of that rust / terra cotta color. 💖 NEVER. What colors are you really loving right now?!

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-16 21:04

Currently obsessed with interiors (this is the hotel we're staying at rn). And I've partnered with to giveaway a curated collection of my fave things (totaling $250) to give to someone as interiors-obsessed as I am. 🎉 To enter, all you have to do is head over to the Jeeyo ap...

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-16 13:09

We've been doing sooooo much shopping here! But I'm trying to show some restraint because we're thinking about taking the train to Paris for a few days. 😍 Any shopping recs for Paris, if we go?

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-14 12:51

We made it to London! And in the midst of frantic last minute packing and a long flight, I forgot to share these DIY statement tassels yesterday. They're one of my faves projects as of late and really easy to make. I threw one onto my luggage on the way here and have one on my backpack too.

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-13 03:41

Looking through old travel photos as I start packing again for a little adventure that kicks off tomorrow. This one will involve a plane, but for some reason, I can't stop thinking about road trips right now... Some of my best memories in life so far have been on road trips, including this d...

Paper and Stitch Photo 2017-09-12 06:14

Wish I had some homemade Nutella cinnamon rolls as a midnight (or 2am) snack option rn. 😜😋But after a full day of bracing for Irma (which barely seemed to hit ATL thankfully), I'll just settle for looking through the recipe photos from today's post. 👍 Also%2C thinking of Florida, the Cari...
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