Okay, so pinterest is totally addicting. I've already made a couple of things that I've found on their DIY boards, and have many others that I am looking forward to trying. Like changing up my china cabinet. I remember when my parents bought this dining room suite. I don't have the table and chairs anymore, but still have the cabinet and it is soooooooooooooo 1970! Not my taste at all. I'm a little scared of it. What if I mess it up? I like the look of this one:
I love the antique finish. Mine actually has a hutch with glass doors, and I think I want to take the doors off and either paint or wallpaper the inside. Have any ideas? Ever done this before? I may have questions!
I've found a few new places that I just love to shop....all online! Who'da thunk it??
I was thinking the other day that the first time I really heard about online shopping was about 14 years ago while living in Shelbyville, TN. I can clearly remember.....using my superduper DIAL UP internet (AOL anyone?) and perusing a few said shops. I don't when the first Christmas was that online shopping became the thing to do, but I remember saying, "I don't like shopping online. I don't trust it. What if your stuff never arrives?" Truly, all valid concerns.
However, I've grown up! I love it, and I love finding new places to visit without changing out of my blue comfy robe!!
Of course, one of my all-time favorite window shopping places isEtsy. I do buy from there occasionally because I love handmade things and I like to support those who are willing to do the work for me.
For shoes, and I do sooooo LOVE me some shoes....I like6pm. They have awesome sales and good customer service. They also sell clothing and accessories, but I have only used them for shoes. I mean, seriously, when I can get a cute pair of Naturalizers for $15 that had been $60, what's not to love??
For the online shopping that I do, I try to use Mr. Rebate. If you shop through them, you earn cash rebates. I have already earned like $35!
I also adore Coldwater Creek's outlet. I only shop from the outlet and then only when they are having an outlet sale. I have gotten some great deals.
Now, if you have a little money that can splurge on something simply for yourself......try Missus Smarty Pants. For $30 a year, you get shopping tips for your body style for each week. I like it because she features a store each week, and shows you what to go and buy. This week was Target, and I plan to go there (it's tax free weekend here, after all!) and get this:
So, I've definitely gotten on the online shopping bandwagon. One other place of interest that I have only begun to delve into....pinterest.
Let's check this one out together. Tell me what you see that you like, and feel free to add you favorites in the comments below!
I am a Bible-believing, three kid-loving, elementary-teaching, nephew-doting, conservative-thinking, great book reading, friend-adoring, grad school-studying, two-mile walking, diet-trying, parsonage-dwelling, pro-life advocating,reality tv-watching, self-deprecating, doing the best I can woman who happens to be madly in love with and married to a pastor.