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January 2016 Stitch Fix #13

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Stitch Fix

I am cruel to myself. You see, a few friends and I banned together for a year long spending-limit/savings goal, setting a limit for all personal shopping expenses for the year in an effort to beef up our savings accounts. Thankfully we agreed that travel is not included as I already have my tickets to visit family in LA in a few weeks. However, here I am with my latest Stitch Fix, wishing I remembered to reduce the frequency of their arrival! You can have fixes sent to you at various frequencies and I have been sticking with every other month because it worked better with my budget, but I think I am going to reduce to every 3 months. For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014.

January 2016 Stitch Fix #13

Since the fix is here in my arms, I figured I may as well let myself take away one item since I can apply the $20 styling fee towards anything I keep. Otherwise, I’d have to kiss it goodbye and mark it off from my total allowed for the year – no bueno. So let’s see which piece is the winner shall we?
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November 2015 Stitch Fix #12

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Stitch Fix

Get ready for your bi-monthly installment of awkward Erin photos! Aka showing you what I got in my latest Stitch Fix while trying not to feel self conscious. I purposely cut my head off every photo because you don’t need to see the expressions I am making haha. Not familiar with Stitch Fix? In short it is like have a virtual stylist who picks out clothing based on your preferences and feedback. You can have fixes sent to you at various frequencies and I have been sticking with every other month because it works better with my budget. For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014.

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This month I was yearning for thick warm sweaters and some fun pieces for fall. Sonjya was my stylist this month and she pulled some great pieces inspired by my Pinterest board. Let’s see what I got…
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September 2015 Stitch Fix #11

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Stitch Fix

It’s Stitch Fix time again! I know I said I signed up for fixes every other month and I already had a fix in August but I had to switch around my months because I will be moving in December and don’t want it lost in transit! So September/November/etc it is! For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014.

This month I actually had a few requests: emerald green skinny jeans, olive army vest, sweater, and maybe a floral or flannel top. Just to see if I could pull them off. Let’s see how it went…

P.S. I didn’t have my designated paparazzi this time so pardon my subpar photos of my outfits. I did my best with what I had!

September 2015 Stitch Fix 1

Side note: The necklace I am wearing is from Rocksbox. If you are interested in a similar program with strictly accessories, you need to check it out! I got a free month and am now hooked. For your own free month (no strings attached for real) use code: ERINBFF367.
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August 2015 Stitch Fix #10

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Stitch Fix

It’s Stitch Fix time! This month I was more excited than usual because the amazingly awesome Hayley (Domestic Rebel) was my stylist! I was so excited to hear that she is one of their stylists now and made sure to request her for my next fix. Easy peasy! For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014.

August 2015 Stitch Fix 1

Side note: The necklace I am wearing is from my previous fix and the belt is one I already owned. If you are interested in a similar program with strictly accessories, you need to check out Rocksbox. I got a free month and am now hooked. For your own free month (no strings attached for real) use code: ERINBFF367.
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Inedible Favorites – Griffin’s 1st Birthday

Come see how I celebrated my nephew’s first birthday with a star-spangled theme as it landed on July 4th weekend! Stars in all the things.

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June 2015 Stitch Fix #9

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Stitch Fix

It’s been 2 months since my last Stitch Fix which means a new box has arrived! I signed up for fixes to arrive every other month since it fit better with my needs and budget but you can adjust as you prefer to twice a month, every month or only get them when you request, even if it’s only once a year. Once a fix arrives, you have 3 days to try it all on and if you keep all 5 items you get 25% off! For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014.

June 2015 Stitch Fix 1

The great thing about this fix is that it arrived just in time before I head off to the west coast. I’m heading to LA for my nephew Griffin’s 1st birthday and then to San Juan off the coast of Seattle with my childhood friends celebrating our collective 30th birthdays. So let’s see what my stylist, Lana, sent me!

Side note: Other than the necklace I received in this fix, the jewelry I am wearing (Loren Hope palmer necklace, House of Harlow 1960 thin arrow bangles, Gorjana azra studs) from Rocksbox which is similar to Stitch Fix but it is strictly for jewelry. Want to try it out? For a free month (no strings attached for real) use code: ERINBFF367.
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April 2015 Stitch Fix #8

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Stitch Fix

It’s Stitch Fix time again! I signed up for fixes to arrive every other month and it’s like opening presents for Christmas/Birthdays 6 months a year. Fun part was my birthday is actually right around the corner so I was excited to see what items I may be able to wear to celebrate the big 3-0. For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014. Otherwise, let’s dig in!

April 2015 Stitch Fix 1

Side note: Other than the spoon necklace, the jewelry I am wearing is from Rocksbox which is a similar service as Stitch Fix but is strictly for jewelry. Want to try it out? For a free month (no string attached for real) use the code ERINBFF367.
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Inedible Favorites – Luke’s 3rd Birthday & Tool Cut-Out Cookies

Do you know a DIY-er, tool-man, handy-man, fixer of all things? Then I think they need these tool shaped cut-out cookies! 

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February 2015 Stitch Fix #7

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Stitch Fix

It’s Stitch Fix time again! I don’t shop much beyond groceries and crafty things these days so it’s fun to get this box in the mail. What I like best is that you can pick how frequently they arrive from as frequently as once a month to as little as only when you ask for one. Right now I am thinking every other month may suit me. For more details on Stitch Fix and how it works, check out my post from December 2014. Otherwise, let’s dig in!

Side note: Stick through the entire post and you’ll also get a chance for a free month of another fun fashion service – Rocksbox.

Feb 15 Stitch Fix 1

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DIY Word Magnets

Make your own homemade word magnets to express yourself on your fridge or favorite magnetic chalkboard. It’s easier than you might think!

DIY Word Magnets

Did everyone have a wonderful Christmas? Hopefully you had a better time than I did, as I played the role of a snotty boomerang. You see there has been some illness spreading around lately that I thought I managed to avoid. But while cooking dinner on Christmas Eve, the night before I planned to head up to Rochester, I started sneezing a lot and by the end of the night was stuffing tissue up my nose (so hot).But still I set my alarm to depart early the next morning. Upon waking I realized my health had not improved (hence snotty) but told myself I just had to get to Columbus (6 hours away) where I would then carpool the remainder of the trip (another 6 hours). In the end I managed to get a little over 2 hours out before turning right back around and promptly falling into bed again (hence boomerang). I got the flu for Christmas and at the rate I’m going I’m not sure when or if I will make it up to Rochester before the big move to Columbus. Evidently Santa thought I was so bad that he gave me the flu instead of coal.

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But I digress. Let’s talk about these word magnets (which would look great with your DIY cookie sheet chalkboard) and how they are easy, yet tedious, to make. To make these I used several different colors of polymer clay (I bought a pack from JoAnn Fabrics but later discovered it’s cheaper at Walmart), ~1/2-inch wide magnetic tape, ~1/4-inch alphabet stamps, rolling pin, craft blade (I used a pizza cutter instead), scissors, cookie sheet, and parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
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