10.4.T. {short and sweet and all things cute : Link Love }

1. I love these camera straps and these. They are so chic! Thinking about switching out my beloved neoprene strap… which is a must for long wedding days… but for everyday shooting. I want some cuteness!!! 

2. If you have a SLR with an on camera flash. Run… don't walk to get one of these Lightscoop bouncers. 

3. I can't wait to display Zoe and Jack's artwork in some of these. I LOVE the concept! 

4. If you're planning a picnic, a summer bar-b-que, outdoor reception, reunion, anything really. Garnish is the way to go for a chic summer look. 

5. Do it Yourself Vintage Gift Wrap.  

6. I so want to do these for Zoe's next Birthday party 

7. And I've seen these used for table numbers but also as Wall decor in a kids room

8. Got extra scrap paper, ribbon, summer flowers, and bored kids around? This is a great project that would not only brighten up the house but also be fabulous gifts!! 

9. Please can someone with a little more time make me one of these adorable head bands. :o) I love all things cute+hair!!  

10. My Best Friend just launched her new Website and Blog. It's super Fabulous!!! I really loved this last post for photographers. It was so helpful and some things it reminded me of and some things I hadn't thought that way before. 

** Hope you enjoy my Glee music mix on here. I LOVE these songs and listen to them ALL the time these days!! **

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SamJuly 20, 2010 - 3:16 pm

I miss you! Loved the link for the collages! I saw Betsy King’s collages she made in Photoshop for her son’s room, one of artwork and one of book covers, and thought they were awesome! http://betsykingphoto.com/blog/?p=4424

CeciliaJuly 19, 2010 - 12:24 pm

I love posts like this because I like to see new things. You are the second person I’ve seen recommend the Lightscoop so I’m going to give it a try. I have a horrible time trying to get dress pictures without shadows and such so maybe this will help.

Johanna - Simply Create KidsJune 28, 2010 - 7:54 pm

Thanks so much for the kind words on my site!! The collages are so fun to see everyone’s talented kids! Oh, and the other links–GOOD stuff! Loving that Garnish site!

MichaellaJune 28, 2010 - 8:27 am

Wow! I looked up the Lightscoop and decided to go ahead and order one. I haven’t done too much with it yet, but I played around with it a little bit yesterday and the difference in the pics are amazing!!! Thanks for posting about it! I can tell I’m really going to love it, and it will help solve my “don’t use the flash issues” until I learn more about the manual settings on my camera.

Julia VPJune 25, 2010 - 10:55 pm

Your posts are always exciting… but sometimes I sit on your blog for a while just to soak in the amazing music!

Angela GilbreathJune 22, 2010 - 10:32 pm

Thank you so much for this post! I love it when you share stuff like this. I bought one of the flash bounce kits. My flash broke and I can’t afford to buy a new one right now. But for this price I figured I would try it out. Keeping my fingers crossed that it works well. I would love for it to help with indoor pictures I take of the kids.
And I can’t wait to make some of the pom-poms. How cute are those!!! Eden will love making them and Josiah will love another ball to play with.
Thanks for Angey’s links. I’ll start following her too :)
This was an awesome post. So glad I stopped by tonight :)

GarnishJune 22, 2010 - 2:26 pm

Just swinging on by to say thanks for the Garnish shout-out! Now off to get lost in your most heart warming stories.
Garnish + Enjoy,
- Suzanne

LizJune 22, 2010 - 11:41 am

ps. Here’s a website for some more really cool camera straps! They are hand made to order and made with the polypropylene. I love my neoprene strap too, but I SO want one of these!
http://www.phatstraps.com/home

LizJune 22, 2010 - 11:17 am

LOVE LOVE LOVE these! I’m totally doing the fans for Avery’s room! Since we rent, I don’t want to paint and the girls’ walls are so bare. This is a fantastic idea I think she’ll love! I have an on camera flash that has a button that you can dim the flash. It seems to work fairly well. Then I have a separate flash with diffuser that I like to use. Wondering which is better? Add on flash? Or on camera flash with a Lightscoop?

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