This is probably my favourite DIY.
Super easy. All you need is a wire coathanger and voila! Instant storage for sunglasses and hair bows.
It doesn’t work so well for bows on bobby pins, but anything with a clip works well.
It’s currently holds my trio of modcloth sunnies. I love floral sunglasses.
A collection of hair bows from around the place, but the big striped one I found in a boutique in Mandurah. It’s from the Davie Bow-ie collection. I just couldn’t resist.
A lovely Sunday morning drive to the Mundaring Weir about 40 minutes outside of Perth.
We stopped at a local bakery to pick up a pie, and drove to a little secluded spot in the Mundaring national park.
The scenery is always beautiful, and the weir is looking better for the recent rain we’ve had. We even found a little creek!
After lunch we went for a drive on a couple of 4WD tracks.
There was a couple of challenging parts and a couple of water crossings but we made it through.
I would have liked to have explored the Mundaring markets that were on, but we were late for my nephews first birthday.
My new modcloth skirt was perfect for a birthday, but not so perfect for exploring the bush.
It was a lovely Sunday, and I just hope we can get away further out of the city next weekend.
and a new shirt.
this is my ‘break the code’ shirt from modcloth.
and somehow my hair was looking good. even though the lunch was at 1:00 and i didn’t get out of bed til 12:30 – i was not feeling good (still aren’t feeling good which is why it’s taken me 2 days to write about sunday)
but here are some photos
now i’m going to go back to dieing… loudly…
i love presents, especially if they’re things i really like.
which is usually the case when i buy things for myself…
thank you mod cloth! i love you!
and thank you for my present!