And now here's the FINAL post from me! I've shared some of my favorite DIYs on other places before, but I thought it would be a good way to wrap things up for the block party incase you are just itchin' to make something inspired by Frida RIGHT NOW! And who could blame you? Feliz Cumpleaños a mi Fridita!
THE FINAL GIVEAWAY INFO
Okay now that we've held you in suspense ALL DAY, here's the final stages to enter the giveaway posted earlier! In order to enter the giveaway we posted this morning, you must:
1) follow @BeeCreativeSwaps on Instagram
2} follow @Bravery_Mag on Instagram
And the final step! 3) comment on one of the blog posts here posted TODAY as part of the Blog Block Party. Be sure to include your Instagram handle otherwise we won't know it's you!
**For additional entries: comment on the @BeeCreativeSwpas Instagram post from TODAY featuring the giveaway items and tag a friend to let them know about the giveaway!
You must enter and complete all steps by Wednesday July 11th and one winner will be chosen on Thursday July 12th.
Good luck and Happy Birthday Frida!
Every year for Frida Fridays, we've assembled a list of some of our favorite items from Etsy that honor Frida Kahlo. Incase you missed the other info, Frida Fridays are something CreativityLizette and I started doing in honor of our annual Viva La Frida Swap with Bee Creative Swaps. To learn more about the swap group, click here. This year I took it one step further and have only chosen Etsy shops located in California. While we host international swaps, Lizette and I both live in California so it seemed fitting to feature makers in our community. Here's what I'm into...
One of the best and most well known from Frida on a great pin by RosaGuayabaShop.
Love this shirt from GuestBookery. I see a lot of Frida t-shirts that alter her artwork in some, but this one is great!
Living in San Francisco, layers are essential! This scarf from Streetheart would do just the trick!
I love Funko Pop figures, but I've never seen a custom Frida one before! This awesome work was done by ATattooedLoserArt.
I'm a sucker for a cute pair of hand earrings inspired by the ones Frida used to wear. I've read Frida's were a gift made by Picasso, but I don't know if that's true. In any case, check out these beauties from MoonandLeaf!
And finally, something fun and different! Buy an awesome Frida inspired item and then wrap it in these awesome paper from Mexicons!
Elizabeth from Delightfully Tacky did a blog feature about The Morose Bee! I'm super excited about it because I love her blog and her style and I'm honored for her to have styled my jewelry!
Here's what she said:
"I got this amazing necklace from The Morose Bee, and I love it! I'm definitely a fan of unique necklaces. I think I have a penchant for hanging my favorite things from around my neck. I have a Star Trek Enterprise necklace, a polaroid camera necklace, a scrimshaw square rigger necklace, and now a bicycle necklace! It's too cute."
Visit her blog to read more!
Just a San Francisco gal sharing creative pursuits, inspiration, and other things that interest me.