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Friday, November 18

Beaux Cous ICE Sneak Peek!

For those of you who haven't heard me talk about this enough, the Indie Craft Experience (ICE for short), is one of my favorite events to attend in Atlanta. It's the biggest gathering of talented craftspeople under one roof, perfectly timed to kick off your holiday gift shopping.

Here's all the relevant info for you Atlanta locals interested in attending:

And as I mentioned before, I finally got off my butt this year and am participating as a vendor. This has been a very interesting process, and I've learned a lot about entrepreneurship and time management over the past few months. Now that the even weekend is here, I'm almost beside myself. Now what will I do with all of my time?

Here is a sneak peek of the products I'll be debuting at ICE Atlanta this year! I had planned on listing them on Etsy as I finished producing them, but I got really nervous about not having enough product when the first one sold really quickly. Eek!

One of a few foxes! They all have their own characteristics and names to match. This one has a scarf. Yes, sometimes you need a scarf for your scarf. Fox babies start at $58.

I love this big snood cowl thingy! This is the Grosse Echarpe, and is tall enough to wear as a hood! Super warm, made out of the coziest merino wool to keep you warm. I've got these in a bunch of colors for $48.

I luuurve these! It's a big loopty loop, perfect for wrapping twice for snuggliness. Made of a gorgeous wool blend, and smooth on both sides. The Grande Boucle, only $38!

And I couldn't help but fall all over this yarn, so I made a few special edition Grande Boucles in this pretty tweedy yarn. I only have three, so don't fight over them! $48, and are the most unisex scarves I have.

And this is my favorite part of everything I made for ICE: I splurged and got custom labels made. I think it makes all my pieces feel extra-special.

While you're there, don't forget to check out the other vendors! My crafty pals fattycakes handmade, MaryRebecca, racing snail pressPainted Oyster, Fallen Arrows, PonyUp!, and so much more awesomeness will be there!

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Tuesday, November 1

Happy Halloween with Pumpkin Pants

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Halloween at the office is a much more subdued occasion than I'd prefer. I didn't want to come dressed as a zombie to find out I'd be sitting in on any important meetings! So I went just an eensy bit festive with pumpkin colored pants.

I've been dying to join in on the colored jeans trend, and I finally went for it with Shopbop's most recent coupon promotion. Instead of the bright cobalt blue or cherry red many of my blogger friends went for, I opted for rusty orange. I'm still in fox colors mode for my palette and the yummy pumpkin pie shade was too good to pass up. (Besides, what better to match with my blush and rust colored clothes than orange?)

I made it somewhat Halloween-y with the addition of a black leather jacket and leopard bedroom loafers. And I kept this Hello Kitty bow in my bag all day for when I needed that costume dress-up boost!

And gosh I almost forgot to mention the scarf--Madewell currently has this really interesting line of scarves right now. Dubbed the "storyteller" scarves, they each represent little stories or snapshots in history, and so each giant square has a different theme or vignette. My favorites are the map ones, since I'm obsessed with anything map print, but this one really caught my eye. It's got cutesy bee-themed script around the edges, with a giant beehive printed in the center. Very Pushing Daisies. Very very.

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Hope you had a fun and safe Halloween! I'll share my weekend costume with you once I track down some proper photos.

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