The studio will be going through a transformation in the days to come.
Bittersweet is moving closer to autumn and I love it!
Bringing in more dried flowers like buttons and star flowers in shades of chocolate and cream. Yummy!
The soap wrack in filling up nicely and fresh new product lines the apothecary cabinets.
I will be churning out new soaps and skin essentials for the next couple of weeks preparing for the busy holiday season.
For now, summer is still present, but fading each day.
I'm on the hunt for some new patio furniture to go on our new deck. We know what we want but have not been able to locate it. Maybe a jaunt to the import store would provide some results. Thinking that it would anyway.
Lennis and I have been staining the cedar decking. It looks great!
Kind of nice working with your husband.
He stains on the outside and I stain the inside. We're directly across from one another. Our conversation is quite interesting.
We still have the decking to stain, then the stairs, then all done! Ready for that new wicker furniture!
Isn't it a pretty color. In case you're wanting to stain your cedar, Lennis chose cedar colored stain. There are oodles of stain colors to choose from, but I believe the cedar is my favorite.
I can't wait until fall to sit on the patio and chill with friends and family. The tops of the cedar trees and red buds surround the deck and you fill as though you're in a tree house.
Cutting Oats and Goats savon this morning. Then I will need to clear off some tables so to make room for new soaps to sit and do their thing.
Mellowness continues and the studio is filled with soft shades that reflect the in between mood.
I was hoping to catch a glimpse of some highlights of "Fashion Week" but will have to tune in and watch later after some catch up work has been completed.
I am seeing lots of Army Green on the runways this Fall. I like that, a little anyway, and animal prints, weren't those hot just a few years back?
I'm not one to completely follow the trends, but I do like to incorporate a new piece into my existing wardrobe each season. I think I'll be on the look out for an Army green piece to wear with jeans and boots.
I love the thigh high boots but seriously cannot see myself wearing a pair. Maybe if I lived in LA, yeah, then I could probably do it.
How about an Army green blouse, a really cool skirt, a leopard scarf, and dark brown thigh boots, maybe a simple little short vest too.
Anyway, I do enjoy watching the trends on the runway, the models, the designers, and the front row.