georgia & daughter updates

We are finishing up projects for Thanksgiving to post tomorrow and Friday but today we wanted share some updates. Nothing too crazy, just a few items that brought us a little excitement. Yes, we get excited about dogs, trees and crafts!

We love when we receive comments or emails about one of our projects. Our dear friend used our Dog Collar Bound Bandana Tutorial to create one for her niece, a Virginia Tech faithful. Our friend owns an embroidery machine and took the bandana to the next level with stitching “Winston” and “VT!” Adorable.

georgia & daughter: Virginia Tech Dog Bandana

Last week, we shared our Wood Photo Transfer Craft. You may remember that Daughter wasn’t thrilled with the results. However, Daughter’s husband really liked them and requested that she hang them in the guest bedroom. So she did. He was right; they fill an empty wall and help maintain the room’s vintage, antique vibe.

georgia & daughter: DIY  Wood Photo Transfer Gallery Wall

Finally, after receiving a hint from Little Green Notebook about Home Depot carrying Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees, we were on a Fig Tree mission. Daughter had a vision to place a large Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree in her dining room to help anchor a void between the curtains, artwork and table. We honestly thought it would take us several stores to find one especially since we live North of Atlanta but were pleasantly surprised to find an entire assortment of sizes at our first store. High-end nurseries sell Fig Trees from $150 – $250 dollars a piece. We bought this tall tree and a smaller one for $50 total. We love when a vision and a plan come together!

georgia & daughter: Fig Tree

georgia & daughter: Fig Tree

georgia & daughter: Fig Tree

Stop by tomorrow and Friday for some last minute Thanksgiving ideas!

~georgia & daughter

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