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  • 100 Years Artist: Five for Fighting Album: The Battle for Everything Description

    It is about how time slips by and yet, you can hold onto it if you think about the moment that is right now.

    Lyrics I'm 15 for a moment
    Caught in between 10 and 20
    And I'm just dreaming
    Counting the ways to where you are
    I'm 22 for a moment
    She feels better than ever
    And we're on fire
    Making our way back from Mars
    15 there's still time for you
    Time to buy and time to lose
    15, there's never a wish better than this
    When you only got 100 years to live
    I'm 33 for a moment
    Still the man, but you see I'm a they
    A kid on the way
    A family on my mind
    I'm 45 for a moment
    The sea is high
    And I'm heading into a crisis
    Chasing the years of my life
    15 there's still time for you
    Time to buy, Time to lose yourself
    Within a morning star
    15 I'm all right with you
    15, there's never a wish better than this
    When you only got 100 years to live
    Half time goes by
    Suddenly you’re wise
    Another blink of an eye
    67 is gone
    The sun is getting high
    We're moving on...
    I'm 99 for a moment
    Dying for just another moment
    And I'm just dreaming
    Counting the ways to where you are
    15 there's still time for you
    22 I feel her too
    33 you’re on your way
    Every day's a new day...
    15 there's still time for you
    Time to buy and time to choose
    Hey 15, there's never a wish better than this
    When you only got 100 years to live
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  • DIY Tea Bag favors plus a pouch to keep it clean.


    The cost for me was under $15 for 36 favors.



    Materials:


    Loose leaf 1tsp-2tsp per pouch


    or Instant tea bags


    mini safety pin


    Muslin undyed/unbleached


    Oraganic cotton/hemp spool


    Sewing Thread and needle


    Stamp for design


    Fabric paint


    I used a stencil brush to apply paint to stamp


    Blow dryer to dry the paint quickly or air dry over night


    Directions:


    POUCH: I used a Lipton Tea Bag in a foil wrapped pouch for the general template size then increased by 1/4" for seem allowance. and folded it over for a front and back.


    muslin is roughly 7 1/4" x 3 1/4"


    Fold over top and bottom edges 1/4" towards the wrong side and stitch the edge. You want to make a gap to fit in the string.


    Cut string approx 8 inches You can attach a tag with hot glue at the end or just knot it.


    Teabag: You can use a store bought tea bag which is a lot less expensive!


    I took a pouch and folded it into a long tube and stiched and then sewed into one end the string and added 2 teaspoons whole tea and then stiched the bottom closed. Yes you can see these two seems which is why they are decorative stiches.


    Now I have have a tube left to make a second tea bag.

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  • Picking out shoes can be tough sometimes--I know a lot of us drool over pricey shoes! Here are a few options at both ends of the budget:



    Badgley Mischka Gylda: $134.99




    rsvp Stormy: $39.60


    Stuart Weitzman Bridal & Evening Collection, France: $384.99



    rsvp Linnea: $39.50

    And I have to include this last shoe, but I do not have the Steal to show you!



    Stuart Weitzman Bridal & Evening Collection Gloloopy: $392.99


    David's Bridal had a shoe almost IDENTICAL last month when I was there for $59!! They do not have it on their website, but you might just get lucky in store!


     

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  • By: Brittni Mehlhoff 


    You will need red, pink, and peach spray roses, baby's breath, a pair of scissors, and a vase for this DIY centerpiece.  



     


    Step One

    Remove the leaves from the stems of each rose, separate roses by color and cut the stems down closer to a height suitable for your vase.  (It's always better to leave the stems a little long until you've established where it'll be placed in the arrangement). 


     


    Step Two
    Select a couple of roses from each color and arrange them loosely in your hand before placing into your vase, which is already filled with water. This small bunch of flowers is your base.
     


     


    Step Three
    Begin filling in holes with single stemmed roses until you have reached the desired look, making sure to vary the hues throughout the arrangement.
     


     


    Step Four
    Add small sprigs of baby's breath to soften the arrangement and fill in any small holes.

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    Every bride wants to be beautiful and feel like a princess on her wedding day! This can be done without spending a fortune. Dreams really do come true for those that believe!


    Wedding Dress - David's Bridal - $249.00



    Shoes - Justfab.com - Heels.com - $39.99



     


    Cathedral Length Veil - Etsy.com - 45.99



    Earrings - Etsy.com - 30.00



    Bracelet - Etsy.com - $48.00



    Finishing touch - Something Blue Bridal Undies - Etsy.com - $22.00



    Grand Total - $434.98

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  • SPLURGE $1440, Versace; versace.com



    STEAL $78, The Limited   



           SPLURGE $3750, Valentino


     


    STEAL $69.50, Express (And this one has POCKETS - I am OBSESSED with pockets!!!!)



    SPLURGE $1095, Stella McCartney


     


    STEAL $168 WD-NY (Not exactly a "steal" but definitley cheaper than $1095)



    SPLURGE $188, Juicy Couture (really Pretty)


     


    STEAL $19.94, Metro 7 at Wal-Mart



     

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  • I love Celine Dion 

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    What about a yellow summer bag? Let's bring the sunshine in!


    Splurge:



    Michael Kors, $ 248



    Dooney  & Burke, $ 298



    Bottega Veneta, $ 3820



    Prada, $ 1890


     


    Steal:



    Franco Sarto, $ 99.99


     



    Steve Madden, $ 70 - 88



    Betsy Johnson, $ 61 - 80


     



    American Apparel, $ 95


    source


     


     

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  • By: Caitlin Zentgraf 

    Whether you’re traveling halfway around the world or to a neighboring state, getting your wedding dress there safely is a top priority.

    Traveling By Plane
    Most airlines advise not to place valuable items in checked luggage, therefore, a carry-on or protective garment bag are your next options. (Tip: Fold layers of tissue paper into your wedding dress. This will help keep the wrinkles and discoloring away.) Check with your airline’s policy on bringing a wedding dress on board. They may allow you to store it in a closet or overhead bin. However, you can’t always rely on the flight attendant to store it properly in a closet or overhead bin. Consider purchasing a plane ticket for your wedding dress or better yet -- if there are open seats on your flight, it doesn’t hurt to ask the flight attendant if you dress can fly for free. 

    Traveling by Car
    You don’t want your wedding dress squeezed between loads of luggage in the trunk. Instead, drape it flat across your luggage in a protective garment bag.

    Unpacking Your Wedding Dress
    If you pack your wedding dress in a carry-on or protective garment bag, bring a travel steamer. (Tip: Test on white fabric before you use. You’ll want the steam to come out clear, so it doesn’t stain the fabric.) If you can’t bring a travel steamer, hang your wedding dress in the bathroom, turn the shower on full blast with hot water and watch the steam eliminate any wrinkles. 

     

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  • I love the little details that go into a wedding. I had my fingers in everything, I wanted every piece of this wedding to be personalized. With all the little details etsy and PW became my best friend.


    I fell in love with this sign, I got this inspiration from a previous PW bride. The frame is from Ikea, it comes in black, I spray painted white and got the sign made by signsbysarah.


    Great added touch!






     

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  • 100 Years Artist: Five for Fighting Album: The Battle for Everything Description

    It is about how time slips by and yet, you can hold onto it if you think about the moment that is right now.

    Lyrics I'm 15 for a moment
    Caught in between 10 and 20
    And I'm just dreaming
    Counting the ways to where you are
    I'm 22 for a moment
    She feels better than ever
    And we're on fire
    Making our way back from Mars
    15 there's still time for you
    Time to buy and time to lose
    15, there's never a wish better than this
    When you only got 100 years to live
    I'm 33 for a moment
    Still the man, but you see I'm a they
    A kid on the way
    A family on my mind
    I'm 45 for a moment
    The sea is high
    And I'm heading into a crisis
    Chasing the years of my life
    15 there's still time for you
    Time to buy, Time to lose yourself
    Within a morning star
    15 I'm all right with you
    15, there's never a wish better than this
    When you only got 100 years to live
    Half time goes by
    Suddenly you’re wise
    Another blink of an eye
    67 is gone
    The sun is getting high
    We're moving on...
    I'm 99 for a moment
    Dying for just another moment
    And I'm just dreaming
    Counting the ways to where you are
    15 there's still time for you
    22 I feel her too
    33 you’re on your way
    Every day's a new day...
    15 there's still time for you
    Time to buy and time to choose
    Hey 15, there's never a wish better than this
    When you only got 100 years to live
    Video

    Video:

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  • DIY Tea Bag favors plus a pouch to keep it clean.


    The cost for me was under $15 for 36 favors.



    Materials:


    Loose leaf 1tsp-2tsp per pouch


    or Instant tea bags


    mini safety pin


    Muslin undyed/unbleached


    Oraganic cotton/hemp spool


    Sewing Thread and needle


    Stamp for design


    Fabric paint


    I used a stencil brush to apply paint to stamp


    Blow dryer to dry the paint quickly or air dry over night


    Directions:


    POUCH: I used a Lipton Tea Bag in a foil wrapped pouch for the general template size then increased by 1/4" for seem allowance. and folded it over for a front and back.


    muslin is roughly 7 1/4" x 3 1/4"


    Fold over top and bottom edges 1/4" towards the wrong side and stitch the edge. You want to make a gap to fit in the string.


    Cut string approx 8 inches You can attach a tag with hot glue at the end or just knot it.


    Teabag: You can use a store bought tea bag which is a lot less expensive!


    I took a pouch and folded it into a long tube and stiched and then sewed into one end the string and added 2 teaspoons whole tea and then stiched the bottom closed. Yes you can see these two seems which is why they are decorative stiches.


    Now I have have a tube left to make a second tea bag.

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  • Picking out shoes can be tough sometimes--I know a lot of us drool over pricey shoes! Here are a few options at both ends of the budget:



    Badgley Mischka Gylda: $134.99




    rsvp Stormy: $39.60


    Stuart Weitzman Bridal & Evening Collection, France: $384.99



    rsvp Linnea: $39.50

    And I have to include this last shoe, but I do not have the Steal to show you!



    Stuart Weitzman Bridal & Evening Collection Gloloopy: $392.99


    David's Bridal had a shoe almost IDENTICAL last month when I was there for $59!! They do not have it on their website, but you might just get lucky in store!


     

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  • By: Brittni Mehlhoff 


    You will need red, pink, and peach spray roses, baby's breath, a pair of scissors, and a vase for this DIY centerpiece.  



     


    Step One

    Remove the leaves from the stems of each rose, separate roses by color and cut the stems down closer to a height suitable for your vase.  (It's always better to leave the stems a little long until you've established where it'll be placed in the arrangement). 


     


    Step Two
    Select a couple of roses from each color and arrange them loosely in your hand before placing into your vase, which is already filled with water. This small bunch of flowers is your base.
     


     


    Step Three
    Begin filling in holes with single stemmed roses until you have reached the desired look, making sure to vary the hues throughout the arrangement.
     


     


    Step Four
    Add small sprigs of baby's breath to soften the arrangement and fill in any small holes.

    0
  • Copy, paste, and edit your article here. The text from the topic is reproduced below for your convenience:


     


    Every bride wants to be beautiful and feel like a princess on her wedding day! This can be done without spending a fortune. Dreams really do come true for those that believe!


    Wedding Dress - David's Bridal - $249.00



    Shoes - Justfab.com - Heels.com - $39.99



     


    Cathedral Length Veil - Etsy.com - 45.99



    Earrings - Etsy.com - 30.00



    Bracelet - Etsy.com - $48.00



    Finishing touch - Something Blue Bridal Undies - Etsy.com - $22.00



    Grand Total - $434.98

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  • SPLURGE $1440, Versace; versace.com



    STEAL $78, The Limited   



           SPLURGE $3750, Valentino


     


    STEAL $69.50, Express (And this one has POCKETS - I am OBSESSED with pockets!!!!)



    SPLURGE $1095, Stella McCartney


     


    STEAL $168 WD-NY (Not exactly a "steal" but definitley cheaper than $1095)



    SPLURGE $188, Juicy Couture (really Pretty)


     


    STEAL $19.94, Metro 7 at Wal-Mart



     

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  • I love Celine Dion 

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  • Copy, paste, and edit your article here. The text from the topic is reproduced below for your convenience:


     


    What about a yellow summer bag? Let's bring the sunshine in!


    Splurge:



    Michael Kors, $ 248



    Dooney  & Burke, $ 298



    Bottega Veneta, $ 3820



    Prada, $ 1890


     


    Steal:



    Franco Sarto, $ 99.99


     



    Steve Madden, $ 70 - 88



    Betsy Johnson, $ 61 - 80


     



    American Apparel, $ 95


    source


     


     

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  • By: Caitlin Zentgraf 

    Whether you’re traveling halfway around the world or to a neighboring state, getting your wedding dress there safely is a top priority.

    Traveling By Plane
    Most airlines advise not to place valuable items in checked luggage, therefore, a carry-on or protective garment bag are your next options. (Tip: Fold layers of tissue paper into your wedding dress. This will help keep the wrinkles and discoloring away.) Check with your airline’s policy on bringing a wedding dress on board. They may allow you to store it in a closet or overhead bin. However, you can’t always rely on the flight attendant to store it properly in a closet or overhead bin. Consider purchasing a plane ticket for your wedding dress or better yet -- if there are open seats on your flight, it doesn’t hurt to ask the flight attendant if you dress can fly for free. 

    Traveling by Car
    You don’t want your wedding dress squeezed between loads of luggage in the trunk. Instead, drape it flat across your luggage in a protective garment bag.

    Unpacking Your Wedding Dress
    If you pack your wedding dress in a carry-on or protective garment bag, bring a travel steamer. (Tip: Test on white fabric before you use. You’ll want the steam to come out clear, so it doesn’t stain the fabric.) If you can’t bring a travel steamer, hang your wedding dress in the bathroom, turn the shower on full blast with hot water and watch the steam eliminate any wrinkles. 

     

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  • I love the little details that go into a wedding. I had my fingers in everything, I wanted every piece of this wedding to be personalized. With all the little details etsy and PW became my best friend.


    I fell in love with this sign, I got this inspiration from a previous PW bride. The frame is from Ikea, it comes in black, I spray painted white and got the sign made by signsbysarah.


    Great added touch!






     

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