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weekly wrap up + llubav felt pillows

by Stephanie

Aaron is out of town so I’ve got a busy weekend of super girly activities planned: cupcakes, bike rides and all sorts of crafty fun around the house. Before I dive in and drag out my container of stamps and craft supplies, I wanted to share a beautiful pillow from Llubav Choy Duerr. Llubav makes amazing handmade ornaments, garland and ring pillows using Hungarian felt (she made our ring pillow) and she recently branched out into custom pillows. If you’re looking for something special to add to your couch or favorite armchair, click here to contact Llubav about a custom order (pricing varies depending on size and design). Also, if you want a close look at Llubav’s Brooklyn apartment (that shot above is in her living room) click here to check out her Sneak Peek. Photos by Abdi Aminlari of 3 Photographers.

I’m off for the weekend, but I’ll see you on Monday with a great week of posts! We’ve got a fun DIY video with Erica from P.S. I Made This coming up and some seriously gorgeous homes. See you then! xo, grace

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