Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Friday, September 29 2017 06:37AM
October is only days away and it's time to remove September's journaling cards with October's. For October I decided to create 3. A plain one, a pumpkin because October is the height of pumpkin season and a spider's web one because of the obvious Halloween.
Just like before last month, I printed mine and then use a scallop edge scissor to add a more decorative edge. One will be going in the front of my TN shown above and another will be going in a pocket in my recollections everyday planner. Don't think too hard about it. Have fun with it.
Now on downloading them.
To download, simply click on the image.October Journaling Card
Pumpkin October Journaling Card
Spider's Web October Journaling Card
Enjoy and be sure to follow us on Instagram
and tag us if you use our journaling cards. Hashtag #satindollco .Note: For personal use only.
Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Friday, September 22 2017 06:37AM
Happy Fall!!! Today is officially the first day of fall no matter if the temps don't match the season. I am not complaining.
Nevertheless, what better way to get into the feel of the season then with a fall bucket list.
Now you guys know the previous seasons I used stickers from Me and My Big Ideas sticker book to create my bucket lists. Since I'm on a printable kick I made my own with a laundry list of actions that anyone anywhere can do. I left plenty of white space so you personalize it. In my case, with fall stickers. It's made for personal size unfortunately. Unless you change the layout of the page at printing.
You have a bit of everything from apple picking to watching Hocus Pocus and everything else in between.To download, click the image below.To print:
To print ,simply click print. Easy as 1-2-3.
If you have any questions, feel free to email us or comment below.
P.S. Feel free to tag us on Instagram @SatinDollCo
. We would love to see how you decorate and use your printable.
Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Monday, August 28 2017 01:04PM
September is literally days away and fall is definitely in the air. Especially if you're on the east coast. This month I included 2 journaling cards instead of 3. One being plain and straight forward and the second being school related.Since by now all the children should be getting ready to start a new school year. So the stack of books with a pair of reading glasses are a perfect theme for September.
I printed mine and cut them using my famous scallop edge scissors. Giving them a little something something. I think I'll be keeping mine in the front of my TN but you can store them inside a pocket or adhere them to a dashboard. The possibilities are endless. Have fun with them.
So I know you're dying to download them. Simply click print and you're good to go.
To download, simply click on the image.Books Journaling CardSeptember Journaling Card
Enjoy and be to follow us on Instagram
and tag us if you use our journaling cards. Hashtag #satindollco .Note: For personal use only.
Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Tuesday, July 25 2017 08:20AM
An idea hit me yesterday while scrolling on Pinterest. Why not create monthly journaling cards. So I got to work and came up with 3 different designs. A plain and simple one, one with a watermelon and one with the character I created Sandra the Petty Cat. They're super cute and you can use them any number of ways.
One way I love to use them is in the front of my planner. Another is you can punch a hole and add it to your planner. Or you can add it to a pocket in your planner. The possibilities are endless.
So I know you're dying to download them. Simply click print and you're good to.
To download, simply click on the image.August Journaling Card
Petty Cat August Journaling CardWatermelon August Journaling Card
Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Friday, July 21 2017 10:57AM
Yesterday me, my sister and her best friend went to Coney Island for the day. Now if you're a fellow Brooklynite then you might remember the Coney Island from the late 80s and early 90s. Where Nathan's was the highlight of your trip there, the Himalaya ride was the place to be even if you weren't old or tall enough to get on it in my case and you never stepped on foot on the beach. Times have truly changed and now it's more a tourist attraction. So let's go on a little adventure of the new Coney Island.
Our first stop was Nathan's.
I'll confess it's been a couple (probably 3-4) of years since I stepped foot in this part of Coney Island. Nathan's is still Nathan's except they added a outside eating area and they kind of restructured the inside.But my only complaint is the whole staff is Asian.What happened to all the local staff they used to hire unless it's under new management.
We walked down the street on the side of Nathan's and there was all this cool wall art for you take pictures in front off. So cool and beautiful to showcase local artists.
Also there were a ton of new shops and stores. All those games on the outside and food joints. Gone. We then walked up the ramp to get to the boardwalk to eat our Nathan's . Now this was a site to see. The beach was so clean and jammed packed because it was super hot and day two of a heat wave. 96 but felt like in the 100s according to the weatherman. It was hot period.
I'm sorry I didn't think to bring my bathing suit with me. So then because my sister's best friend was taking her favorite student out for the day she bought her an all day pass for the rides in Luna Park. Then the fun began.
As we walked into one section of Luna Park we were hit with yet another great piece of wall art.
I didn't take any photos inside Luna Park because #1 we were too busy watching the student have so much on the rides. Such a thrillseeker. And #2 children everywhere.
But overall, I'm happy to see Coney Island got a facelift it definitely needed. I'm glad it's flourishing and thriving. I'll definitely go back soon and hopefully when my older sister comes back home for a visit we'll take here because if you remember the Coney Island of the past. You'll have to see the Coney Island of today.
Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Tuesday, July 18 2017 06:03AM
Summer is not summer without attending CurlFest in Prospect
Park here in Brooklyn, NY. This past Saturday I had the wonderful opportunity
to take the day off with my sis and go. I was dressed and pumped ready to go
and see all the amazing vendors, beauty influencesors and of course to buy some
amazing products. FYI, I had a mental list in my head of what I needed too.
Me and my sister was running a bit late because she had to
beat my face to the gods and then finding a parking spot on Eastern Parkway is
always an adventure. So by the time we trek our way through Prospect Park to
where CurlFest was it was already after 12:30. We walk actually past the
registration line by accident because they set up the tents differently this
year and when I say the line was lonnnnnnnnnnnggggggg for general admission to
get the general admission gift bags.We said nah and headed right into CurlFest.
Can we say vendors galore. Palmers, Eden BodyWorks, Mielle
Organics, Madam CJ Walker, LottaBody and those are the ones I stopped at where
the lines were reasonable. The others were Iman, Shea Moisture, Crème of
Nature, Curl Keeper, Design Essentials, Jane Carter Solutions, Jamaican Black
Caster and Nyako. No two booths were alike. All booths were giving out samples
plus many more giving out ice pops, water, lemonade, and etc to keep us all
cool. Many were holding demonstrations of using the actual products on
someone’s hair. I really wanted to stop at Crème of Nature but they were the
one with the longest line but the samples they were giving away was ridiculous.
Full size I believe. Nevertheless, I was able to purchase my go-to products
that I needed to wash my hair when I got home. Winning.
After stopping at some of the booths we visited the
Marketplace Vendors. I always love stopping by them and seeing what’s unique to
purchase. Being a creator myself, it’s kind of hard for me to buy but I’m
always on the lookout for something unique. My sister wanted a head wrap
particularly a black one for work. Luckily, we got to Fanm Djanm early and she
still had some available. Thank god. And she’s such a sweet heart too. She was
on hand if anyone need help wrapping their wrap. We stopped at another vendor
that was selling unique afrocentric earrings for $5 and $10. My sister got a
wicker material pair and a hamsa pair to match her new tattoo. There was a
couple vendors selling t-shirts, sunglasses, face painting, unique dresses and
tops, henna. I’m a little sad that I didn’t get my henna again for the second
year in the row but I guess there is always next year. Oh and even Spike Lee
had a booth there selling and autographing his t-shirts. Super cool. Managed to
snap a picture to show my dad.
Food…. Can I say it was hooootttt. Lord, you would think
with the rain the day before it would have been comfortable. Nope. Hot. We
checked out each truck and settled on the Jerk truck. We didn’t want to wait
for the Jerk Chicken to be done so we the Cilantro Lime Brisket. OMG!!!! It was
so good. I wish we would of got a photo but we were too hot and hungry to think
about that. At that point my sister’s coworker finally got there and we wrapped
up eating and then walked around. By this time the crowd had grown from the
hundreds to the thousands. I swear we were standing on a hill and you could
look down into CurlFest and all you saw was people. It’s a beautiful site to
see. Women of all ages, skin types and curl textures. We hit the stage area to
see what they dj was playing. After being in the crowd for a bit we went around
again to the vendors to see what my sister’s coworker wanted to get. After that
we decided we had enough and it was time for a real lunch. We then started our
walk out of Prospect Park but along the way we had to do a lil’ photo shoot
because we couldn’t end CurlFest without one.
So in closing, I totally enjoyed my second year of CurlFest.
All the vendors and marketplace was amazing, the dj was pumping, the food
vendors was amazing but the best part was seeing everyone with their natural
hair. All the textures, styles, the fashion even the little kids. Too cute. If
CurlFest didn’t reach a million people this year they were close to it and it
will definitely reach it next year. Amazing job to the CurlyGirlCollective. See
you next year.
Totally forgot to share the samples that I was able to snag from some of the vendors.As you can see I already started to use two. It isn't as nearly as big as the stuff I got last year but it's still a good haul of stuff.I'll let you know most likely in my future must haves if any make the cut.
Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Tuesday, June 27 2017 10:16AM
Summer is officially here and it's time to make another bucket list. With that said let's get to work.
For this I'll be using my Me and My Big Ideas 1557 Seasons sticker book plus some yellow and lemon washi tapes I picked up at a NYC Planner Addicts meetup yesterday.
For this I"m using a piece of graph paper because graph paper is life. I first laid down the washi to add a bit of color. I then when into the summer section in the sticker book and choose the acting stickers. I placed those randomly on the paper. I then added some of the deco stickers and one sunshine & summertime stickers. And I'm done.
This is not even half of what I want to do this summer but making ice cream, eating outside, seeing a concert in the park and taking a road trip is a good start.
What's on your summer bucket list? Feel free to share.
Getting PersonalPosted by Gaetana Friday, June 23 2017 02:05PM
With only 2 more days to our 10th anniversary I wanted to sit down and write an open letter to you guys saying thank you. Yes, a thank you letter addressed to each and everyone one of you. Because without you guys supporting, loving and purchasing Satin Doll products there would be no Satin Doll & Co. Each day I get up and is able to do what I love because you guys . That's why I love doing giveaways. It's my way to give back.
In those 10 years I've only lost one order (knock on wood), only taken one month long break/ vacation, and taken maybe a day here or there when sick. You guys have been very considerate during those times. Thank you.
When it comes to custom orders, you guys are so creative and it's been a pleasure working with you to design each and every piece. It still amazes me what ideas you guys come up with. Thank you for letting me be the one to create these amazing pieces. Each and every one of them. It has been my pleasure.
With that all being said. THANK YOU!!!! To 10 more amazing years.