Anthropologie

So You Think You’re Crafty Final Week!!!

Hooray, it’s here! I’m so excited to have made it to the finals of So You Think You’re Crafty, and I want to thank everyone for their votes so far! For my wild card project, I decided to make myself a complete outfit, (it’s actually my first new outfit since moving to Korea almost 8…

Beaded Crystal Hair Clips {tutorial}

I originally shared these over at So You Think You’re Crafty, but I thought I would bring them home to my blog too!  I’m so excited to be here with you today to share my beaded crystal hair clips, and I want to thank everyone who voted for me! I wear some variation of bun…

Anthro Jupukka Jacket Knock Off {Tutorial}

Here’s the tutorial for my Jupukka Jacket knock off, originally posted at So You Think You’re Crafty, and I thought I would bring it home!  This jacket was made entirely from my stash, I have actually been carrying the blue cotton velvet around for YEARS, and was so pleased to find such a good use for…

Anthropologie Jupukka Jacket {So You Think You’re Crafty entry brought home}

Anthropologie Jacket Knock-off For this weeks challenge, I decided to knock-off the Jupukka Jacket from Anthropologie, but there’s actually sort of a twist behind the making of this piece,  You see the Anthropologie jacket picture is from their catalogue, which I thought was stunning, and beautiful, but then when you go to their website or store,…

Anthro Knock Off Sweatshirt

Earlier I showed y’all a picture of this Anthropologie, shawl collared sweatshirt, I decided I wanted to make one for myself, but I wanted to start with one for Emmie, since I am doing back to school clothes for her right now, and I wanted to test the pattern on her first since it would…

Anthropologie Inspiration

EDIT: after writing this post, I had a complete change of plans come along, Emmie wanted to make an american girl doll dress, and Isaac wanted to make a hooded t-shirt out of fabric he picked at the LA fabric district – so no shawl collars or dresses for me today! (I like being flexible…

Another Ode to Anthropologie

I recently noticed the Expanding Universe Tank on Anthropologie’s website and thought it was a really interesting treatment of the striped fabric. I happened to have a striped knit here with me in Alabama, and thought I would give it a go. Here is Anthro’s Tank Top (the picture is a link to the site.)…