These infinity scarves . . .
are my new obsession.
I love them.
I have a true love for infinity scarves. I have been trying for over a year to make myself one, but they just were not coming out the way I wanted. I didn't want something big and bulky up around my neck, but I didn't want something wimpy either. I finally realized that I was making it way more difficult than it needed to be. I tend to do that sometimes. Okay, let's be honest. I tend to do that a lot. In my mind, if it's too easy, something must be wrong with it. Not in this case though. So, here you have it. My version of the ever popular infinity scarf. They are now available in my Etsy Shop.
This is the first one I made, and I kept it for myself. My mom, sister, and I went out to dinner a few weeks ago to celebrate my mom's 73rd birthday. I proudly wore my new scarf, and they both commented on how cute it was. Good thing too, since I had made one for my mom as a birthday gift. She loved it. Well, at least she said she did. Then, a girl in the restaurant told me she wanted my scarf, and threatened to mug me in the parking lot and steal it! Needless to say, I was feeling pretty good about my new creation, and I made my sister walk behind me in the parking lot as we made our way to the car. I pointed out that she's older, and it's her job to protect her little sister. She fell for it.
In other news, I recently opened a new shop on ibubbi. It's a new online marketplace exclusively for handmade and boutique kids items. If you're looking for a unique gift for a new baby, or even an older child, check out ibubbi.com. You will find unique clothes, accessories, toys, and nursery décor, among other things, all in one place. I think it's a great concept.
I can't believe it's September already, and the summer is about over. However, it's going to be 90 degrees here today and tomorrow. You won't hear me complaining though. Check back in a couple months, when it's nowhere close to 90 degrees, and there might be a little complaining going on. I think I have said it before, but I'll say it again. I'm not a big fan of winter. Don't like it. Not looking forward to it. But the winter always ends, and spring and summer always follow. Positivity people. That's my motto.
Until next time . . .