It’s Vlogmas 3 on thereafterish., y’all! We go crazy with tree decorating and girls night.
Vlogmas 3 – The tree decorating gets a bit hot
Vlogmas is about to get crazy up in here, yo! There’s a lot of stuff that happens on this episode. If you want to get in on the cray, please keep watching.
Vlogmas 3 Happenings:
I meet with one of my clients, a future gourmet pizzeria which will open in my neighborhood. I get the cutest greeting from my baby Bear[Dog] when I get to the office. We discuss the shape of a hole in a car I often park behind (and it’s really funny). We see some beautiful jewelry and mirrors made by local artists at a Girls’ Night pop up shop. We get super, duper cray decorating the Christmas tree… Do you remember vlogmas from last year? We got a little freaky with the tree, and I discuss all my favorite tree baubles and we light a roaring, crackling fire in my living room.
What did you guys get up to on your first week of Christmas season? Anything exciting I should know about?
Make sure you stay tuned for more #Vlogmas videos throughout December! I’ll also be posting normal videos aside from Vlogs, and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube Channel now!
My girl friend Nadia hand crafts these gorgeous artisan mirrors from locally sourced wood. From vanity mirrors, to jewelry hook mirrors, to large wall art, The Mermaid’s Mirror will really amp up the look of any space.
Check her out: The Mermaid’s Mirror.
She ships internationally, and every piece is made with love and aloha right here in Hawaii.
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ROCK ON, LOVECATS!
Love + light + aloha,
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