Beauty in the Details

Hello there!

I hope everyone is having a wonderful week so far! The show on Friday went well, and all of the residents in the nursing home were thrilled to watch the beautifully glittering little ones dance, sing and introduce themselves. It was a cute ending to an interesting week.

I've been in the process of redecorating my room to make it more functionable for both school and relaxation. I found the most beautiful French style vanity and a glittering, pink Pottery Barn chandelier to replace an old dresser next to my bed. I also created a cute reading corner for studying, and was able to use some of my previous dorm decor to complete the shabby chic look that I love!
Tanner is getting quite big now, and wanted to say hello to all of you, so I promised him that I'd post a new picture of him. He even waved hello for a shot!
I have been wanting a polaroid camera for the longest time, but was debating about purchasing one just because I wasn't sure if I'd really use one. After a conversation with a friend about them, I decided to purchase one on Ebay. I am in the process of finding the film for a good price, so if anyone has any suggestions, please let me know!
How cute is this? :) I'm looking forward to using it!!

Anyways, I trust that everyone is doing well!

"For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith."
1 John 5:4

Blessings,

Candice

6 comments

Lisa said...

You got a Polaroid camera!! How fun:) We'll have to exchange fun photos. Tanner looks super cute - love the photos of him:)

T&S said...

wow, this room looks like a wonderland.
i love it ;) and the cat is so damn cute !


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Candice said...

Lisa, yes we must!! Me too! He was so cooperative that day :)

T&S, Thank you!! I do enjoy it! Yes, he's a charmer, isn't he?

Alycia (Crowley Party) said...

SO CUTE! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Brittany. said...

Fuji Film is what I use in my 35mm Canon. And not as expensive as Kodak. Make sure you get at least 240 so you can use it indoors as well, though film is usually (almost always) better with outside shots. Have fun with your cute camera!

Candice said...

Thanks for the tip, Brittany!

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