Happy Weekend

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Wait a minute. Is that? Yes, yes it is. It’s the sun I see shining through the window. After a week of some seriously drab weather in New England, I’m so pleased to see Mr. Sun once again. Hopefully it holds through the weekend for all of us, and we can enjoy being in the great outdoors! Now in case you’re wondering, Christa sadly is not blogging these links from Italy, but instead prepped them ahead of time (like the true over-planner that she is – love you, boo!).

Hope you all have all have some glorious weekends ahead of you!

cct // An interesting read on making the decision between “must” & “should”

rkv // I found this pretty free downloadable calendar for May. Perfect for you desk!

cct // Art & science combining – my kind of story! Rachel Sussman’s photographic book documents continuously living organisms 2,000 years old and older – so cool! This video gives a brief description of her journey!

rkv // This “Flowerfetti” cake is so pretty! And I know some body who has a birthday coming up.. hint hint, wink wink

cct // Pucker up gals!

rkv // I’m only in my first week of training for my 10k in July, but so far I’ve found this schedule really helpful!

cct // G&M does Tulum? Here’s to hopin’ (and saving some $$)!

rkv // Smoothie season is upon us! And these look positively divine.

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Valentine’s Day Cards // Digital Download

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Happy Monday everyone! We hope you had a great weekend and are getting prepped for Valentine’s Day on Friday! We’ll be giving you all sorts of posts themed for Vday, so stay tuned. Today we have some downloadable cards for you! As we mentioned before, we’re big diy-ers when it comes to cards (whether they’re crafty or computery). We stuck with the mod look, simple and chic, and hope you and your card receivers enjoy them as much as we do! They’re about post card size, so send em out, use them as gift toppers or present them like normal cards- so many possibilities!

To download these cards, click here!

* Be aware that some home printers might not print out quite as bright, so play around with paper type and ink. And if it’s not coming out quite as nice as you’ve hoped and you’re looking for something more saturated, I had mine printed at Staples on white card stock for a very low cost!

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