Happy Weekend!

It feels like summer just started, yet here it is the end of August. It happens every year, and I’m always surprised! How are you spending this long weekend? Ryan’s sister and her kiddos are coming for a short visit this weekend, which I hope means we get to splash around the pool all day. I also think house guests are a great excuse to bake something yummy, since there are people to help me eat whatever it is…

…I’m thinking maybe some double dark chocolate shortbread cookies.

Speaking of baking, I made these scones for my brunch last weekend and they were a hit!

Which states are dear to your heart? At $18, you can buy a print of each!

Late summer garden party inspiration.

Fun crawfish boil invites.

Fun wallpaper for your iPhone.

These bouquets by McKenzie Powell are to die for!

And a darling paper doll app, via Ez’s Pinterest.

In another life I’ll have occasion to wear this dress and this ring. Together.

Organization inspiration.

I’d love to see a wedding invitation inspired by this sparkling wine label.

Thousands of black paper moths – so elegant and creepy at the same time.

Congratulations Maria!

Snippet & Ink is finally on Facebook! Well, finally active anyway. Come like us!

And in case you missed it, we’re looking for crafty folks to collaborate with us on some fun projects! If you or anyone you know might interested, check out our post!


Have a wonderful long weekend everyone!


  • That ring actually reminds me of your wedding! It would make a lovely anniversary gift. *hint to your hubby*

    Your description of the black moth installation was right on, too. I wasn’t sure what to expect when you said elegant and creepy, but that was exactly right. It was beautiful, but it gave me the heebie-jeebies at the same time.

    Enjoy the pool and your company!

  • Lily says:

    Only three states she doesn’t have are Hawaii, Pennsylvania and Ohio. I was born in Philadelphia and now live in Ohio. :(

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