Resourceful. Wooden forks leftover from your wedding + label maker = seedling markers. Starting seeds in the guest room. Thanks @seed_savers_exchange and @floretflower for the seeds. And thanks mama @lisareanie for the label maker.
My favorite part of this spread is the packing tape transfer on the far left. The image is from a national geographic from 1965 which I found @scrapdenton a few months ago. Those tiny silhouettes in the fountain... It just makes me smile.
This summer was awesome. And so busy that there just wasn't time for Instagram posting. We experienced so much of this summer being in the moment. I'm thankful for the friendships that were cultivated this summer. And also thankful that we didn't forget to take pictures now and then. Summer recap: we spent a week with our cutie friends in Kansas and went rock climbing, watched more sweet friends get married in Houston @kenzieeeloo, joined @summitclimbingyogafitness and got gnarly hands, saw more love at a wedding in Missouri @nicolemannnn, and went to Glacier National Park.
49/100 #100daysinhandmadesketchbooks If you want to make your own, fold your paper (whatever size) in half, then in half again in both directions (hot dog and hamburger). Cut the seams three blocks in from the bottom, three blocks in from the top and three blocks in from the bottom again. Next post, I'll show you how to fold it up.