My newest obsession is having pieces of concrete in the home. Whether it be painted gold or white, or left just raw, I love the edgy look it brings into any room. Some of my favorite finds are shown below and even a couple diy projects and I want to try. Don’t those concrete coated glass vases look amazing?

concrete details
concrete details
concrete details

painted dipped concrete vase | concrete candles | concrete coated glass vases | concrete pot with branches | mini concrete planters

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This custom card was specially designed for a first time mama who wanted to thank her midwife for all the support she received from her. Made from nine pieces of paper (plus a set of puff glue earrings), this card featured the midwife standing there holding the newborn baby. So sweet and thoughtful.

custom card by anastasia marie // midwife
custom card by anastasia marie // midwife
custom card by anastasia marie // midwife

See more of my custom cards here.

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My sister got engaged this past weekend and we’re very excited for her and her fiancee. And that rock of hers? Swoon. I gave them a ring dish as an engagement present and wrapped it up in one sheet of tissue paper. I say this all the time and I don’t always abide by it, but gift wrapping doesn’t always have to be crazy in order to be beautiful. Sometimes, all you need is a pretty piece of tissue paper, some washi tape to seal it up, a yard of twine, and a fun tag. It’s affordable, it’s quick, and if you’re careful enough not to wrinkle the tissue too much, you can get a winner of a wrapped gift.

gift wrap with simple tissue via anastasia marie

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dainty gold finds

heart top | ring dish | cake serving set | paper mache pear | necklace | mini planter | light bulb | tray

  • Lissa (Bellenza)

    Love these touches of gold…the pendant, the plate, the succulent pot!

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Coming across a food blog that makes you want to head to the kitchen just by looking at the photos is no laughing matter. If you haven’t heard of Molly Yeh yet, well, now you do. I found her first via Instagram, and instantly went to visit her blog and was smitten. Not only do her recipes sound delicious, but her photography is definitely pin worthy.

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pony cake | white peach + green tea bellini | funfetti bunting cake | mini confetti cake | biscuit donuts | citrus mini cakes

All photos via My Name is Yeh. See more recipes and photos via her blog.

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