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We are Chrystal and Lucas
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What an amazing winter day for one of the most emotion filled wedding we have ever had the honor to photograph. Steve and Dustin were surrounded by the closest of friends and family and celebrated in style.
Finally we have had a break in this crazy Wisconsin weather! I think spring is finally on it’s way. We took the opportunity to get out and have a little fun climbing trees!! I may be a bit biased but I sure think she is the cutest kiddo ever!
A blustery but beautiful day, for a super fun e-session with Tim and Angela! This is the spot they had their first date complete with hot chocolate It was quite the climb but soooo amazing and soooo worth it
So if you know me at all you may know that I have a huge Pintrest addiction. It really is turning into a problem and I love to grow my own vegetables for our family over the summer.
So over the next couple of weeks I will be sharing some of our wins and some of our fails as we try to do more at home recycling what we already have and spending less on commonly used products.
Fist on the list, Seed Starters…. I saw this pin and thought how hard could that be. Well yah, it was a bit more difficult than I originally anticipated. after soaking and blending the paper (the easy part) we shaped the pods and let them dry overnight. Then they stuck to the pan no way it was going to be possible to remove them so back to square one we go.
The second attempt was a much better success a little cooking oil did the trick. I will note that when I pulled them out this time they were not completely dry but I dropped them in the oven at 200 degrees for about 30 minutes and they were perfect.
See the final result below
and the original Pin Here
Yep I think we all are getting a bit of spring fever. My little girl keeps looking out her bedroom window longingly at her play set and sand box. I can’t wait for the apple trees to bloom, my absolute favorite thing in this world, sitting under a apple tree in full bloom with a cup of coffee just taking in the smells. If the Groundhog is right we may be in for an early spring. Here’s to hoping
Six degree temperatures didn’t stop Tanya and John from having an amazing engagement session in Delavan WI. We ventured out into the cold to set up at a favorite spot that they bring their pooch Mac to play! Love the Hockey theme incorporated into their session!