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Project Runway alum Danielle Everine Married in St. Paul | Minnesota Bride Magazine

Project Runway alum Danielle Everine Married in St. Paul | Minnesota Bride Magazine

Tutorial. Dollar store beach mats transformed to an outdoor wedding aisle with a bit of hand sewing and hot glue. Attach them side by side instead of end to end for a wider picnic or play mat.

Tutorial. Dollar store beach mats transformed to an outdoor wedding aisle with a bit of hand sewing and hot glue. Attach them side by side instead of end to end for a wider picnic or play mat.

Michelle Lesniak Franklin's opening look at project runway teams finale at Mercedes-Benz fashion week

32 Looks You Need To See From The "Project Runway" Finale Show

Michelle Lesniak Franklin's opening look at project runway teams finale at Mercedes-Benz fashion week

This is the most darling idea for a bird seed toss at your wedding ceremony, with free printables!

You HAVE To See This DIY Wedding "Bird Seed Toss" Idea!

This is the most darling idea for a bird seed toss at your wedding ceremony, with free printables!

Project Runway Season 5 - The challenge was to design a look for the female athletes to wear for the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Olympics in Bejing.  This was the winner.

Project Runway Season 5 - The challenge was to design a look for the female athletes to wear for the opening ceremonies of the 2008 Olympics in Bejing. This was the winner.

I know it's been a while since I've blogged about any DIY projects. That doesn't mean there hasn't been plenty of crafting going on at Casa Yorkie. Here's one project that I've been holding off on posting about until I was able to get a decent photo of the final product... no thanks to the perpetually rainy weather lately.  Next weekend (when the skies miraculously dry up), our ceremony will take place on the beach. Considering the sand, a traditional paper or fabric a...

I know it's been a while since I've blogged about any DIY projects. That doesn't mean there hasn't been plenty of crafting going on at Casa Yorkie. Here's one project that I've been holding off on posting about until I was able to get a decent photo of the final product... no thanks to the perpetually rainy weather lately. Next weekend (when the skies miraculously dry up), our ceremony will take place on the beach. Considering the sand, a traditional paper or fabric a...

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