12.03.2015

what's on my christmas list...



1. A pineapple brass door knocker because is there any other door knocker that would make our door as happy? I don't think so. We are going to paint the new door a fun color and this will be the perfect complement to it!

2. Love these pajamas!

3. I don't know much about diffusing oils, but I know that I've wanted to learn for so long! This diffuser is simple and white (no crazy LED colors), which I like. Just to get me started, I've put this aromatherapy set on the list too. Would love to know your favorite essential oil "recipes" for diffusing!

4. I've been pretty anti-Keurig in the past and currently press my coffee, but I can tell that when the baby comes, I'm going to need caffeine and convenience something terrible. So I've put the most basic Keurig coffee brewer on my list (with these k-cups because they are the best).

5. I think I have an unhealthy obsession with robes. I love them. Probably because I wear comfy lounge clothes a LOT. This DKNY robe in black is so pretty and simple. I can see myself rocking the babe in this plenty of nights.

6. These fingertip pot holders are honestly the best. We have them in Marseille, but I've about ruined them with burns, etc. I am all about this orange color, "Flame" now and think it's the perfect color for some new pot holders. Wow, I really have pot holders on my Christmas list! I own two flame coffee mugs, but definitely wouldn't mind having two more.

7. Mentioning because y'all have been asking since I mentioned it on Instagram! I know my parents scooped this one up for me and I'm so excited—this Brother SE400 Embroidery Machine (also available here) so that I can monogram our baby boy's clothes! My plan is to start by practicing with his initials on some burp cloths first (I read that these are so good!). That way I can't make a costly mistake on his going on outfit, which I am having nightmares about right now. What if I put the wrong initials on it! Ah, maybe I should be leaving this to professionals after all.

8. India Hicks: Island Living has been on my list since long before it was even released.


8 comments:

  1. You should check out the appliquecafe blog. She has wonderful tutorials for monogramming and applique. From hooping tips to software you need, she covers it all. That's how I learned when I got my machine. Here's the link for her helpful posts for beginners http://appliquecafeblog.com/helpful-posts-2/

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  2. i love that door knocker!! and i bought that robe and ended up returning it bc it opens in the front which is a little tricky when you want to wear it out of the shower!! just FYI :) found a similar one at target for 1/3 the price! xo jillian

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  3. .... and I'm adding that pineapple knocker to my Christmas wish list!! I love decorating with pineapples, they are so playful and fun! Great wish list! :)

    xo, Sarah
    www.thekissingboothblog.com

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  4. I got a monogramming machine last year! Check out DBA Blanks and Blanks Boutique for cute things to practice on! I am still learning but their products are super soft!!

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  5. I'm obsessed with that pineapple door knocker! Can't wait to see how the embroidery machine goes - my hubby keeps saying I should learn how to do it so I can make some money when we have kids lol

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  6. Love those blue PJs! And you definitely can't go wrong with a good coffee maker <3

    Check out my Sephora giveaway!
    http://abigailalicex.com

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  7. That door knocker is pure perfection! Such a Charleston necessity! I can't wait to hear what you think of the monogramming machine!

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  8. I have that embroidery machine. It's taken a lot of practice but I am finally getting the hang of it. Can't wait to see what you do with it!

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