🎶 “What is this feeling. So sudden and new? I felt the moment I laid eyes on you!”. 🎶
I vividly remember that bright summer day back in 2006 when I first truly feel in love with Broadway. It was a Wednesday and I was getting ready to see my first ever Broadway show: Wicked. Ever since I was a kid I had a special connection to The Wizard of Oz. And after watching Idina Menzel’s speculator 2004 Tony’s performance, I knew I HAD to see Wicked as soon as it opened in Chicago.
12 years later and my love for the theatre has only grown stronger. Even though Wicked was the first Broadway musical I saw, my love for Broadway started much earlier. I guess you could say I got my love of Broadway from my mom. Back when she lived in London (which is where my older sister was born) my mom saw the Original West End productions of Les Misérables and Cats.
How lucky is she?!
*I received this decal complementary of Bowtique By Jacqueline but all opinions are my own*
I recently meet an AMAZING
blogger through the Her Campus Blogger Network, her name is Jacqueline and her blog is Pretti Please
. Not only does Jacqueline run her awesome blog, (seriously you NEED
to check it out!) she also runs Bowtique By Jacqueline
a super cute Etsy shop that sells trendy bows, hair ties, decals and greek gifts!
Jacqueline sent me an adorable custom decal from her Etsy shop and I immediately feel in love! Ever since my first DIY project, (check it out here
) I’ve been itching to do another one! This time around instead of mason jars, I decided to switch things up and use a water bottle.
I used a regular green water bottle that I purchased for $1 at Target!
The decal came with very easy application instructions:
1. Start with a clean surface.
2. Gently peel up one of the corners from the side of the decal that has the red grid on it.
3. Press the decal down firmly onto your desired surface.
4. You may now peel the transfer paper from your chosen surface!
(My initials are ACS but I learned that your initials show in order of you first name, last name, middle name. Your last name appears in the center of the monogram because it is the female monogram style!)
The decal was so easy to apply and it added so much life to that boring green water bottle! What I love about this decal is its size! It’s the perfect size for a mason jar, laptop, or notebook! How would you style your Bowtique By Jacqueline decal? Tell me below in the comments or tweet me @Simplysinova (and be sure to tag @jacbridgford as well!)