Two Brides

3 New Fab Blogs
February 24, 2009, 5:59 pm
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You read your blogs through an RSS Reader don’t you? That’s the only way I can read as many blogs as I do. I have my google reader and it instantly updates and displays new blog posts from blogs I specifically read.

If your a bride, you should not be living without it.

I have a few blogs I recently discovered that I’m swooning over:

Twig & Thistle is a blog with all you DIY brides in mind. Not only do they provide free instructions and pdf files all the time, they have a fab Etsy store to buy things if you don’t have time. Modern brides and design minded brides will adore this blog.


{A} is a blog that centers around crafts, more specifically, digital scrapbooking and regular paper scrapbooking. This woman cooks up the loveliest pages, layouts and crafts. I am currently digital scrapbooking my year of planning my wedding and heavily rely on this blog to spark ideas.6a00d83451bb3569e20105371ba8c0970b-500wi

My favorite things is a blog by a stamp designer. If your looking for how-to ideas for table numbers, invitations, save the dates, programs, or any paper craft, go on over to this blog. Not only does it feature mouth watering ideas, it also shows you wear you can get dozens of cute stamps, paper and more. Mostly it helps gives you an idea of specific techniques of crafting and the tools to get the job done.6a00e54ef2e29988330111685c79b4970c-500wi


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thanks for the heads up on some great new blogs!! i LOVE the flower string lights made out of old patterns on twig & thistle.

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