Favorite finds for the home, pets, babies, and more. I go through phases and I become obsessed with things very easily. Enjoy!

 

I love the pastel and earth tones in this photo.

I love the pastel and earth tones in this photo.

(via UrbanOutfitters.com)
I have been searching high and low for the perfect butter dish. This may be it.

(via UrbanOutfitters.com)

I have been searching high and low for the perfect butter dish. This may be it.

bridezilla-guide:

How To Tie A Bowtie
1. Adjust the tie’s length so it fits your neck size.
2. Lift up your collar and put the  tie around your neck so the ends hang  down in front. One end should hang  about one and one-half inches lower  than the other.
3. Bring the longer end across, behind and over the shorter end, forming a simple knot. Pull the knot snugly around your neck.
4. Fold the shorter end where the  hourglass shape begins to narrow (the  widest point of the shorter end),  forming a bow shape. The bow shape  should be in front. Hold the bow in a  horizontal position at your neck.
5. Bring the longer end over and in front of the shorter end.
6. Fold the longer end where the hourglass shape begins to narrow, forming a second bow.
7. Bring the second bow under the first bow.
8. Tuck it into the space behind the first bow.
9. Adjust the shape of the two bows.

bridezilla-guide:

How To Tie A Bowtie

1. Adjust the tie’s length so it fits your neck size.

2. Lift up your collar and put the tie around your neck so the ends hang down in front. One end should hang about one and one-half inches lower than the other.

3. Bring the longer end across, behind and over the shorter end, forming a simple knot. Pull the knot snugly around your neck.

4. Fold the shorter end where the hourglass shape begins to narrow (the widest point of the shorter end), forming a bow shape. The bow shape should be in front. Hold the bow in a horizontal position at your neck.

5. Bring the longer end over and in front of the shorter end.

6. Fold the longer end where the hourglass shape begins to narrow, forming a second bow.

7. Bring the second bow under the first bow.

8. Tuck it into the space behind the first bow.

9. Adjust the shape of the two bows.