Fave Friday

Happy Weekend.  I hope you have some really great plans.  And really great might just mean hanging around the house and doing nothing.  For me really great would be sneaking off to see Midnight in Paris [popcorn, milkduds, the whole bit] + celebrating Father’s day with the important guys in my life.

If I had a ton of time on my hands I would be making a bunch of these seriously cool friendship bracelets, give them to all my friends + keep a few for myself [I want one or two or three, bad].  If you have the time, here is the how to.  Seriously Rad!

Speaking of Rad . . .Pinterest is seriously the coolest.  I can’t walk by the computer without one quick hit.  This week I created an 80’s board.  And basically it rock’s.  Follow me here.

I want to cut, NO CHOP, my hair because, she seriously is the cutest + coolest all in one package.

I didn’t know I needed a painting of my family tree but I so do.

$50 ideas for under $50 – sounds like a good idea to me.

What did you get your guy|dad for father’s day?  We went for a hammock.  Not one like this but don’t you want one now?  I do.

Did you read my post on [dis] order?  I think it will get you thinking .  Chime in.  I’d love your thoughts, comments + suggestions!

image | Honestly WTF |



  • Christina
    Commented on June 17th, 2011 at 10:43am

    I would love to make friendship bracelets with you, Trina. And you have one amazing 80s Pinterest board. It’s quite addicting. xo

  • Trina
    Commented on June 17th, 2011 at 11:44am

    That would be fun, Christina! I think that’s a good idea….at least get started on them together [as I’ve been informed they take a long time to make]! Would love to see you sometime soon! xoxo

  • Miz.November
    Commented on June 17th, 2011 at 10:45am

    Having short hair is great. It’s so quick to fix. I totally think that you have the face to pull off a short hair cut.
    I started making friendship bracelets like that back in the winter, but it just takes s o l o n g.

  • Trina
    Commented on June 17th, 2011 at 11:45am

    You are sweet… I’m to afraid to try it. I’m afraid I’ll look too much like my grandma (ha). Maybe after I loose the baby weight I’ll be daring….who knows. Oh know if you say it takes a long time to make those bracelets than I’m doomed.. you are so crafty and artsy! xo

  • Banff Art Lines
    Commented on June 18th, 2011 at 10:19am

    The family tree ideas a very inspiring. Norman Rockwell of course rocks.

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