3.30.2018

Coffee Chat #12

Coffee Chat
#1 Simple evenings drinking a mug cup of tea and catching up episodes of Adventure Time. Is it true that season 10 is the last season? *cries*

#2 My goal this weekend is to crochet some dolls and plushies. For those who didn't know, I used to sell crocheted dolls in my shop and they sold pretty well so I want to make some again. I haven't made a doll in years though! My skills have improved since the last time I made a doll so I'm excited to see how they'll turn out. I will be sharing some of my work on my Instagram story.

#3 We're getting wooden floors! I'm so excited! We currently have carpet flooring upstairs which is annoying because carpets stain easily and if you have a dog with long hair then you know how much they shed especially during Spring. I'm not excited about how long the process is going to take and having to take out all our furniture but hey it will be the perfect time to rearrange my room. haha

#4 After reading Ellis's art journal post I've been inspired to get a little creative with my crochet journal. I currently just use a blank pages notebook which I randomly scribbled on pattern drafts and sketches. I know I can make a cute and creative crochet journal and that's my goal!

#5 If you are looking for a Travelers Notebook go to Michaels Craft Store because Recollections has the cutest ones. I went earlier this week to buy a new notebook (with pastel rainbow pages!) and came out with a unicorn travelers notebook. I know I didn't need another travelers journal but I couldn't help myself and besides, it was on sale! Know I'm more motivated to share mt Travelers Notebook/Journal set up.

#6 My latest obsession (cause you know I have one every month) are Matcha lattes! After watching a few videos by Simply Quinoa, who religiously drinks matcha lattes,  I decided to make my own. I decided to switch from midnight iced coffees to late night lattes (because drinking coffee at 11pm isn't the best). I've actually shared an iced green tea latte recipe before but I'm the ones I'm making are slightly healthier. Maybe I will update matcha latte.

#7 Mochi Peach's (Lee Suhyun from AKMU) latest video is just adorable, it features a Pomeranian and Overwatch, aka my life! I love it when K-pop idols have their own channel and show a different side of themselves.


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3.29.2018

3 Lovely Things

3 Lovely Things
After reading Heidi's 3 Lovely Things I decided to make my own version. I think this is supposed to be a tag but this was my first time seeing it but I encourage my fellow bloggers to make your own 3 Lovely Things. The only thing I didn't post was '3 lovely things in my year' because I honestly don't have anything major planned this year which is why I decided to skip the topic.

3 Lovely Things
3 lovely things in my days
Coffee - I have a pretty strong connection to coffee. I love drinking the stuff it gets me through the rough mornings or stressful situations.

Blogging - I put a lot of effort into blogging. I'm always thinking of interesting new subjects I could share on my blog, new projects, and anytime I but something new I wonder how it would look like in my blog photos. haha

Crochet - Whether you can crochet or not I love making crochet patterns for you guys. Since posting my patterns on here I've rekindled my love for crochet. I hope I can encourage some of you to start crocheting.

3 lovely things about me
Creativity - One thing that I absolutely love about myself is my creativity. I've always been a crafty and artistic person but as I've grown older I've realized that not everyone is creative so I'm very proud of my creativity.

Openminded - It wasn't until I moved to a small town in the south that I experienced racism and that some people can be so closedminded that it's disgusting.  I don't care what color your skin is, what language you speak. if you suffer from mental health, what you like or don't like as long as you're a sweet person that's all that matters.

Strenght - I've been through a lot! People have hurt me, walked all over me, messed me up emotionally but because of that, I am the strong person you see today. Even though I may have not like the situations these people put me through they built me up to be the person I am today. I am stronger because of these past experiences and I may not be 100% healed but I'm working on myself to be a better and stronger person because only the strong survive.

3 lovely things in my life
My room - I've mentioned this before but I adore my room! I've tried very hard to transform my room into a cozy nook. I try to keep it clean but it's the bits of clutter that I keep on my desk and shelves that add character.

Family - There are times when my family gets on my nerves but I'm very thankful for them. I'm thankful that my parents still let me live with them, that my dad lets me work for him, and that they drive me places (I don't have my drivers license yet). Like most families, we have our problems but I really appreciate them.

Lucy - My 4-year-old Pomeranian, Lucy. She's changed my life in so many ways! We drove 4-5 hours away to Tennessee to pick up her up. It was such a random moment in my life that I can't believe it happened so perfectly (I thought the plan was going to fall through). I'm thrilled that we got her and gave her a loving home to live in.

3 lovely things about my blog
Comments -  I'm pretty sure every blogger feels the same about this but you guys are the ones that keep me going. I've been blogging for years and over the years I've thought about quitting but whenever I took a long hiatus I would receive a comment or two which is why I kept coming back. I really enjoy blogging and creating content for you guys to read.
Pictures - Over the years my picture on my blog has really improved. I try to make photos that are visually pleasing to look at so I hope you enjoy them.

Community - Technology has made it easier for bloggers from all around the world to connect to each other. I may live in the US but thanks to blogging I have friends from various countries who I can chat with. It's amazing! I've always been a reserved person but through blogging, I've been able to express myself and have been able to make friends who share similar interests as me. I've never been someone who makes friends easily so whenever I make a new friend through Blogging  I try to connect with them as much as I can because I love reaching out to new people.

3 Lovely Things
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3.26.2018

BT21 Cooky Plush ♥ Crochet Pattern

BT21 Cooky Plush
With Easter just days away I wanted to give you guys a 2-for-1 offer and not only give you another BT21 plush pattern but also an Easter pattern. I actually got the request to make Koya before Cooky but since Easter falls between March and April this year I thought I would just make Cooky first (Koya will be the next though!). Even if you aren't a BT21 or BTS fan you can still make this bunny and give as a gift.

Cooky is a "Bunny with a twist who dreams of being strong." created by Jungkook of BTS. Cooky likes to workout and has impressive muscles and uneven eyebrows. haha

Cooky was actually pretty easy to crochet because it doesn't have any body parts that are oddly shaped. I basically just followed Chimmy's pattern for Cooky's body and just crochet his head and bunny ears.

BT21 Cooky Plush
Supplies:
- Pink worsted yarn
- White worsted yarn
- H/5.00 mm crochet hook
- Polyfil stuffing
- Black felt
- White felt
- Glue
- Scissors
- Yarn needle

Aberrations:
Ch(s) - chain(es)
St(s) - stitch(es)
Cc - color change
Slst - slip stitch
Sc - single crochet
Dec - decrease
Flo - front loop only
(x2) - repeat __ amount of times

BT21 Cooky Plush
Head
- Magic circle 7 sts. Total = 7 sts
- 2sc in each st (x7). Total = 14 sts
- 2sc in each st, sc 1 st (x7). Total = 21 sts
- 2sc in each st, sc 2 sts (x7). Total = 28 sts
- 2sc in each st, sc 1 st (x14). Total = 42 sts
- Sc 42 sts (x4). Total = 42 sts
- Dec 1, sc 1 st (x14). Total = 28 sts
- Dec 1, sc 2 sts (x7). Total = 21 sts
- Sc 21 sts. Total = 21 sts
- Dec 1, sc 1 st (x7). Total = 14 sts
*start stuffing*
- Sc 14 sts. Total = 14 sts
- Dec 1, sc 1 st (x7). Total = 7 sts
- Sc 7 sts. Total = 7 sts
Cut off, leave long tail for sewing

Ears (make 2)
- Magic circle 7 sts. Total = 7 sts
- Sc 7 sts (x7). Total = 7 sts
Cut off, leave long tail for sewing

BT21 Cooky Plush
Body + Legs
With pink yarn
- Magic circle 8 sts. Total = 8 sts
- Sc 8 sts (x4). Total = 8 sts
Cut off (only first leg)

Make the second leg but DO NOT cut off. Attach the second leg by ch 2, slst to a stitch on the first leg. Now you will be creating the body.

- Sc 8 sts, sc 2 flo, sc 8 sts, sc 2 flo. Total = 20 sts
- Sc 20 sts (x10). Total = 20 sts
- Dec 1, sc 1 (x10). Total = 10 sts
*start stuffing*
- Dec 1 st, sc 1 st (x5). Total = 5 sts

Arms (make 2)
With white yarn,
- Magic circle 6 sts. Total = 6 sts
- Sc 6 sts (x2). Total = 6 sts
cc to pink
- Sc 6 sts (x4). Total = 6 sts
Cut off, leave long tail for sewing

BT21 Cooky Plush
Tail
- Magic circle 4 sts. Total = 4 sts
- Sc 4 sts (x2). Total = 4 sts
Cut off, leave long tail for sewing

Cooky has a heart shaped bum. I cut a heart shape in some white felt and then cut a hole in the center of the heart about the size of the tail. Insert the heart-shaped piece through the tail and glue the felt parts down.

BT21 Cooky Plush
Assembly
Sew Cooky's body together. After you've stitched all of his body together cut out his face with black felt and his ears in the white felt. Use a picture of Cooky's face as a reference. Glue everything down with the no-sew glue. Press lightly to secure.

BT21 Cooky Plush
Another BT21 character done! Four more to go! Who is your favorite BT21 character?

BT21 Cooky Plush
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3.23.2018

Coffee Chat #11

coffee chat
#1 On Monday, we had a round of strong severe storms pass by where we live. For those who don't know severe weather (especially tornadoes) are my number one fear. I was mentally preparing myself for this weather all day but I will still very anxious when it arrived. Thankfully, we didn't get any tornadoes where I live just very strong wind and rain.

#2 Have you guys heard the Goop Podcast episode with Oprah?  OMG! I learned so much and feel completely inspired! I highly recommend you guys listen to that episode. #Oprah2020

#3 I started practicing my splits again. This was one of my goals for this year but after my month long yoga journey in January my body got really stiff (you would think the opposite would happen). Then in February I kind of injured my right knee (don't know how) so I took a break but now I'm back at it. My goal is to improve my flexibility but I would love to be able to sit comfortably in a split position. Wish me luck!

#4 Earlier this week Kaila from Rainbowholic posted a negative message that she received on Twitter. Some might say that this comment was "constructive criticism" but this wasn't the first time she posted a comment like this so I decided to message her saying how much I appreciate what she does because she truly inspires me and she responded back saying that it made her day. Long story short, send a message to someone who inspires you because you never know what they are dealing with and that one positive message can change their entire day.

#5 My Target finally got the Halo Top dairy-free pancake and waffles ice cream frozen dessert! It's amazing! I love the dairy-free Halo Top ice cream because you don't feel guilty eating a whole pint. I highly recommend them especially if you're not a fan of chocolate ice cream because they have unique flavors.

#6 OMG! Found / Tonight by Ben Platt and Lin-Manuel Miranda is outstanding! I listened to The Greatest Showman soundtrack this week. I can't get The Greatest Show and This is Me out of my head. That's right, your girl loves musicals too!

#7 I've been getting so many headaches recently and I don't know why. They started earlier this week and have been happening every night since! It's not my whole head either just the back right side of my head which is odd. They aren't too painful just annoying.

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3.22.2018

A Beginners Guide to Overwatch ♥ Review + Tips

A Beginners Guide to Overwatch
If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram then you know I'm obsessed with Overwatch. I bought the game late last year and I must be honest I was kind of intimidated of playing Overwatch at first but now I have almost 4 months of game experience and wanted to whip up a beginners guide to those who are interested in playing Overwatch. I mean it wasn't named 'Game of the Year' for no reason!

I tried to fit in as much information without making the game sound confusing or making this post too long. Hopefully, I can encourage some of you to pick up Overwatch. If you are a PS4 player message me on Twitter so we can play together!

A Beginners Guide to Overwatch
Overview
"In Overwatch, you control one of several heroes in competitive 6-person team shooting matches. Battle over objectives, take down the other team, and achieve victory."

When you startup Overwatch you see a clip of Winston telling you the backstory of how Overwatch came to be. The whole story can be kind of confusing at first so I will try to summarize the important stuff but check out the official Overwatch site for more information.

Overwatch is set in fictionalized Earth during a 'golden age' where technology is at its peak. Humans create robots with artificial intelligence called the "Omnics". The Omnics turn against on humankind! Didn't see that coming. The United Nations create a group called Overwatch, an international task force to combat the Omnic threat and restore order.

Heroes
There are a total of 27 heroes at the point I'm writing this but they keep adding characters (they just added Brigitte). The heroes are split into 4 different categories.

Offense - Offense heroes are the damage dealers on their teams. Your goal: seek out, engage, and destroy the enemy.

Defense - Defense heroes control the battlefield, interrupting enemy attacks and fortifying locations. As a defense hero, your job is to stop the opposing team's advance.

Tank - Tank heroes soak damage and break apart fortified positions, like closely-grouped enemies and narrow chokepoints. If you're a tank, you lead the charge.

Support - Support heroes empower their allies, healing and shielding them, boosting their damage, and providing vital utility. As support, you're the backbone of your team's survival.

A Beginners Guide to Overwatch
Game Modes
There are several game modes you can in Overwatch. Check out more about the game modes and maps here.

Arena - Eliminate all opponents.

Assault - Fight to capture a series of objectives and hold off until time runs out.

Assault/Escort - Capture a payload and escort to its destination.

Capture The Flag - Capture the enemy flag while defending their own.

Control - Hold a single objective at a time. The first team to win two rounds wins.

Deathmatch - Score more deaths than their opponents.

Escort - Escort a payload to a delivery point.

Team Deathmatch - Two teams race to score more deaths than their opponents.

Game Play
Every hero has a main weapon they use to attack (short-range, long range, healing, shield, etc.). Every hero also have different abilities so make sure you use a variety of characters when playing to find out their abilities. After you've done enough damage your hero's ultimate will be ready to use (located in the lower center of your screen). Their ultimate is their most powerful ability.

A Beginners Guide to Overwatch
Pros
- They keep updating the game! One of my favorite things about Overwatch is that the creators are so invested in this game and keep adding new content to the game.
- The graphics are astonishing! It was the first thing that caught my attention before I even knew anything about Overwatch.
- The heroes! They have an impressive selection of characters to choose from with compelling backstories. D.Va is my main hero if you couldn't tell.

Cons
- My biggest issue with Overwatch is that it has no story mode! I honestly hate games that don't have a story because you feel like you lack a certain connection with the game but there is so much Overwatch content online but it's a shame they couldn't add more to the actual game.
- You need a PS Plus account if you are playing on a PlayStation 4. The membership is a monthly $9.99 payment so even if you buy Overwatch at full price you still need to keep paying $10 just to be able to play the game every month. I recommend getting this game for at least half the price or more (I bought my copy on Black Friday). You literally can't get past the start screen without a PS Plus account!

A Beginners Guide to Overwatch
Tips
- Train as every character at least once. This really helps you figure out which style you prefer. They have a random character mode that basically forces you to use a different character which is great for newcomers.
- No need to reload your hero does everything automatically!
-After you've died wait until your hero has been revived. At first, I thought you had to use a new hero every time you died, just wait a few seconds.
- Have at least one character in each category that you like to use.
- Train at the practice range to memorize the controls.
- Listen to the opposing characters ultimates so you know when to block the attacks.
- You can turn off voice chat in settings. I'm sorry I play video games because I don't like socialize so please don't talk to me.
- Watch Overwatch gameplays or streams to help you.
- You will die a lot and that's ok because that's how you learn.
- Don't play competitive play! Just kidding but I wouldn't recommend it because some people take this game too seriously. I still can't get into the Overwatch League.
- Remember to listen to your team to know when someone needs healing or wants to group up.
- Loot boxes are how you unlock special customizable content for your players.
- Practice makes perfect! I didn't get any kills until like my third or fourth game.

You can purchase Overwatch here

A Beginners Guide to Overwatch
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3.21.2018

Beauty Graveyard #4 ♥ Skincare Empties

Skincare Empties
I've been collecting empty skincare bottles, tubes, and jars to feature in a beauty graveyard post for the past few months. Honestly, I thought I had more to share (maybe they're hiding?) but I could only find these four products. Since I don't post beauty reviews too often anymore I like posting these empties posts to give you a quick review of these products and whether or not they are worth buying.

Skincare Empties
Mizon Multi-Function Formula Snail Repair Eye Cream
My go-to eye cream has been the Elizavecca Eye Cream but I decided to switch things up and try this eye cream by Mizon. It's half the price and size of the Elizavecca one and contains snail so it must be amazing right? Wrong! Using up this eye cream has been such a chore for the past 2-3 months. It just doesn't moisture, hydrate, brighten, nothing! The cream was very watery and doesn't sink into my skin properly. You get what you pay for with this product (which isn't much).

Etude House Real Art Moisture Cleansing Oil
I don't see a lot of people talk about the Etude House Real Art Cleaning Oils for some reason so I wanted to see why. It's a pretty decent cleaning oil. While I do prefer thicker cleansing oils the consistency of this cleaning oil didn't really bother me. It's not the best cleansing oil but it makes a fantastic makeup remover, even eliminating waterproof mascara! I would buy a second bottle.

Skincare Empties
Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream
I was really excited to try the Midnight Blue Calming Cream by Klairs. This cream helps calm and soothe redness, strengthen skin barriers and regulate irritated stressed skin. I struggle with red flare-ups on my cheeks every so often so I was hoping this would help reduce them but sadly it didn't do anything. It's not the most affordable cream either and for the amount you get, it's not worth it.

Drunk Elephant Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil
This came in a Drunk Elephant NightBright Duo that I bought last summer. I LOVED the night serum but this facial oil just wasn't impressive, to me at least. There weren't any noticeable changes.

Skincare Empties
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3.19.2018

My Planner Essentials ♥ Planning 101

My Planner Essentials
A couple years ago I made a post on my planning essentials. Since then I've grown and wanted to make an updated version. I pretty much still use the same items but some things have changed. You don't necessarily need all of these things but I think they may be helpful to those who are new to daily or weekly planning. Hopefully, this will be helpful to some of you.

My Planner Essentials
Happy Planner
I've tried many types of planners in the past like cute Korean planners from eBay, the Bando planner, even random planners from Target. However, my favorite planner is hands down the Medium Happy Planner because of the vertical layout, cute designs, vast amount of writing space, and it's customizable! You can buy different color rings, inserts, covers, etc. If you want a cheaper and cuter version of the Erin Condren planner I highly recommend the Happy Planner they even have a mini version.

My Planner Essentials
Pens
The type of pen you use in your planner is very crucial. It took me a while until I found a pen that works best for me so I would say experiment with different pens until you find one that suits you. My favorite is the Pilot Juice pen in 0.5 or 0.7 in black but I also have these in different colors. After buying this set I really loved the 0.5 and 0.7 sizes the best but I also use the .38 for a finer detail.

My Planner Essentials
Scissors
I use scissors to cut washi tape, stickers, and sticky notes. I don't have any special scissors so I just use embroidery scissors because they're sharp and cut everything easily.

My Planner Essentials
Sticky Notes / Tabs
I use note tabs to write down important dates and events. Later when I'm planning my week I will reference these tabs. You can use any notepads but I prefer to use note tabs instead because they're cuter. I use bigger sticky notes and place them on days when I don't have a lot going on like the weekends.

My Planner Essentials
Sticker Book
If you've seen my other stationery posts then you know I'm a huge fan of cute stickers. It's my number one favorite way to decorate my planner.

My most used stickers are from Sprinkled Pug but I also have some from various Etsy sellers and lately, I've been using stickers from Hello Paper Cat. I keep most of my stickers organized in a sticker book. Having a sticker book makes it easier for me to flip through the stickers I have in my collection. You can find these photo books in the photography or frame section of any craft store for a few dollars (mine cost a dollar!). I inserted that Eevee print on the cover, the print is from SharodactylArt.

My Planner Essentials
Adhesive Roller
This isn't something I normally see in other people's planner essentials but I can't live without it, tape runners! An easy to use roll-on tape without any mess. I've tried using glue sticks but I always manage to get sticky everywhere so I use a tape runner instead. My favorite is the Scotch Adhesive Roller but it's usually sold out in stores so I buy the heart patterned ones (and star) which work but aren't as good as the original one.

Correction Tape
White-out is crucial especially if you write in pen. I love using these cute milk bottles correction tape to cover up my mistakes.

My Planner Essentials
Paper Clips / Bookmarks
Bookmarks, paper clips, page dividers, etc, can always be found in my planner! I always have one to keep my spot of the current week and one in the monthly calendar. Bookmarks make it easy to access the important pages in my planner.

I love the magnetic bookmarks from Hello Paper Cat because they're sleek and come in cute designs. The Disney paper clips are from an Etsy shop that sadly isn't around anymore. The cloud bookmark is from Love Neen. I use the cloud more in my Travelers Notebook because it's easy to slide in and out.

My Planner Essentials
Washi Tape
Washi tape is my second favorite way to decorate my planner with. I use thin colored washi to cover the headers in my Happy Planner and patterned washi to line the bottom of the pages.

What are your planner essentials?

My Planner Essentials
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3.16.2018

Coffee Chat #10

coffee chat
#1 I started watching Radio Romance over the weekend and it's so cute! The drama is about a radio writer who casts a popular act to star in her radio show. It stars Yoon Doo Joon from Beast Highlight and Kim So Hyun.

#2 This crochet hook plush is adorable! Even though I write tons of patterns I haven't followed another pattern in a long time but I'm very tempted to make this.

#3 This week was an amazing week for music! GOT7, Bigbang, and NCT all came out with new music. I highly recommend you check out their new albums and songs if you haven't.

#4 I went to Hobby Lobby earlier this week to stock up on some yarn for future projects. Hobby Lobby has a great selection of worsted weight yarn in various colors (they even had glittery yarn!). I bought yarn to make some BT21 characters but I also bought some to make dolls for my shop. Back when I started my shop I custom made and sold dolls. I haven't crocheted a doll in years but I'm excited to make them again because I really enjoyed making them.

#5 Guess what Overwatch fans? Brigitte is finally going to be available to play on 3/20! I'm so excited to play as her! By the way are any of you guys Overwatch fans? If so, what do you play on? I play on the PS4.

#6 Have you checked out yesterday's crochet pattern? This was the pattern that I mentioned last week that took me almost a month to make but it should take a few hours crochet if you don't procrastinate like me. haha

#7 What do you guys do when people take the fun out of the things you enjoy doing? I'm asking because a certain person (who I know reads this blog) follows the things that I do because of the information they find on this blog. It's honestly annoying. Don't get me wrong I love sharing the stuff I'm loving but when people who you don't talk to anymore do the same things as me and it makes these things less enjoyable for me.

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3.15.2018

Pastel Marshmallow Dog Toy ♥ Crochet Pattern

Dog Rope Toy Crochet Pattern
One day in February I was walking in a store when I discovered an edible long pastel-colored marshmallow rope. At the same time, I was coming up with ideas for gifts I could get Lucy for her birthday (February 20). That's when I put the two together and created this twisted marshmallow dog toy! Lucy used to have a twisted rope time a long time ago which she loved and detangled but since then we've never given her a replacement so I crocheted her one.

This is a pretty simple pattern all your doing is crocheting long tubes and tieing them up together so it should only take you a few hours to make. If you want another dog toy pattern check out my chocolate strawberry pattern that I made a few years ago.

Dog Rope Toy Crochet Pattern
Supplies:
- Pink worsted yarn
- Yellow worsted yarn
- Teal worsted yarn
- White worsted yarn
- H/5.00 mm crochet hook
- Hot glue gun
- Scissors
- Yarn needle

Aberrations:
Ch(s) - chain(es)
St(s) - stitch(es)
Cc - color change
Slst - slip stitch
Sc - single crochet
Dec - decrease
(x2) - repeat __ amount of times

Dog Rope Toy Crochet Pattern
Ropes (make 4)
- Ch 6, sc 6 sts. Total = 6 sts
- Sc 6 sts (repeat until you reach 40-50 inches). Total = 6 sts
- Dec 2 sts (x2). Total = 4 sts
Cut off, leave long yarn strands for sewing

After you've crocheted four 40-50 inch ropes it's time to attach them together. Sew two of the ropes together, repeat the other two ropes. Apply hot glue to the center of one of the rope pieces and quickly lay the other rope piece on top. Now all of the ropes should be gathered together.

Dog Rope Toy Crochet Pattern
Create two knots on each end to create the toy. Gently twist the spaces between each knot and sew to secure the twists. Sew straight down, repeat on the other end and the space between the knots.

Dog Rope Toy Crochet Pattern
Here is Lucy playing with her twisted marshmallow dog toy. Isn't she perfect model?

Dog Rope Toy Crochet Pattern
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3.13.2018

Collective Stationery Haul ♥ Hello Paper Cat + Sprinkled Pug

Collective Stationery Haul
I'm back with another Stationery haul! Today I'm sharing my latest purchases from Hello Paper Cat and Sprinkle Pug, aka my favorite place to get stickers! Make sure to follow both shops on Instagram to stay updated on new releases and coupon codes.

Collective Stationery Haul
Let's start with Hello Paper Cat first. The main reason why I decided to place another order was that of Starkook! You guys know I LOVE coffee so put coffee and k-pop together you've won me over! I bought the Starkook sticker sheet, bookmark, and page marker. I love this design so much I can't wait to share them in a weekly spread.

Collective Stationery Haul
They stopped selling sticker flakes and switch to sheets. As much as I love the flakes I understand that they may be more difficult to produce so I don't mind the change. I bought the Bubbletea babe, Elodie with balloons, and Isabelle sticker sheet. The freebie that I got this time was a cute cupcake bookmark.

Collective Stationery Haul
From Sprinkled Pug, these are some of the mini sticker sheets that I've ordered from the past few weeks. Liz has been on a roll! She's been creating new simple yet cute pastel stickers.

Collective Stationery Haul
Strawberry, mushroom, sunflower, and watermelon.

Collective Stationery Haul
Even though I've been using the medium size Happy Planner I still enjoy using these miniature stickers to decorate my planner with.

Collective Stationery Haul
Cake, soapy, palette, and dino.

Collective Stationery Haul
If you are interested in the mini sticker sheets (new designs every week!) make sure to contact Liz on her Instagram. You can also get some of these designs in a bigger size in her shop. Use the code YOPUG50 to get 50% off your order!

Collective Stationery Haul
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