If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you know that I suck at packing. It takes me weeks to organize but I still over pack and end up with a bunch of stuff I don’t need and nothing I do need. But worse is that I have to lug around a million heavy bags. However, this time Hubster and I vowed to learn how to pack properly and not be weighed down by luggage. So we went out got us a couple of backpacks and went to work.
I chose a Jansport backpack because they are inexpensive and have a lifetime warranty. Plus they come in every color imaginable; I chose the Pink Poodle superbreak backpack. Isn’t it adorable? I am trying very hard to stay stylish while being super practical. I think I’m doing an alright job. Although as you can see the pack is a little overstuffed but I am working on it. Someday I will glide through airports as gracefully as Audrey Hepburn.
The Hubster did his best to pack with his one bag, but he needed a lot of help. He didn’t know how to properly roll his clothing to make it more compact. But I helped him out and it did eventually get everything inside.
I picked this one for Hubster from an etsy shop called Medium Control, it’s their Drop the Needle backpack. I really love the canvas green and cool hipster logo. It’s a little small, but it fit all his things and it looks really nice on.
Well, we’re off on our little holiday. I hope you guys have a fabulous couple of weeks. I’ll miss y’all.
First Bridal Item in my Shop
I just made my very first bridal veil and I am super excited! It’s not too big and the delicate flowers are pretty whimsical.
I dream of this piece being part of someone’s magical day.
My favorite part of this piece (which I plan on making my signature in all my bridal pieces) is the double layer blue heart on the bottom. It’s really meaningful; with two hearts together as one and it’s blue so it takes care of the tricky something blue tradition.
Please check out my shop Roxie Fitz Designs.
Roxie Fitz Designs
Roxie Fitz Designs is now open for business.
This is what I have been putting all my love, time, sweat and tears into, my very own Etsy shop. I have been putting all my good DIY skills to good use by putting them up for sale. So, please go check it out and share with your friends.
I hope to put up one new piece a week, so keep checking back for new things. Also, if you are looking for some custom work please shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
p.s. 10% of every purchase will be donated to the Dress for Success charity, that helps disadvantaged women by giving them professional clothing and career advice