October 23, 2011

Guest DIY post over at Stripes & Sequins! (And photoshoot outtakes)

I have a fabulous DIY tutorial to share with you today, but here's the catch: it's a guest post at one of my favorite (no joke) blogs, Stripes & Sequins. While the glittery Grace is jetting about Europe, I'm helping you all get your DIY fix. Head over to her blog, Stripes & Sequins, to check it out!


Wanna see some pictures from our rooftop photoshoot? The good, the bad, and the ugly are all after the jump! 
xo Erin


Lovely fall sunset in Brooklyn!


It was windy.



 
Shaggy dog syndrome. Or Dr. Blight from Captain Planet.


Sneezing square dance. No other words.

Monsieur Photographe 

The end!

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8 comments:

  1. So pretty!
    xx
    Michaella
    http://fashionableunicorn.blogspot.com/

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  2. Great job on the necklace tutorial! :)

    Loving your blog. Especially the sequintastic header! Since you, Grace and I share a love of sparkly things, I thought I'd share my sequin supplier with you.

    Cartwright's Sequins has this amazing selection of things I haven't been able to find anywhere else. ccartwright.com I think you'll love them!

    -- Sarah

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  3. Such a great idea!
    I found you via Stripes and Sequins and am now following :)

    fashiontruffles.blogspot.com

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  4. you did SUCH an amazing job... thanks again for guest posting!

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  5. what a fun necklace! great to meet you, stopping by from S&S!

    alyson
    http://www.theaveragegirlsguide.com

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  6. hi again erin!! love these lovely rooftop pics!! and of course your lovely DIY tassel necklace!!
    xoxo ~ kristina

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  7. Bonjour Erin,
    Thank you for your message. I am really looking forward to making a necklace inspired by your post. Great blog!
    Geneviève

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  8. I love it, it's so bright and tribal looking.

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