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"Summer Social" Guest Post — Make a Ruffled Laptop Bag Refashion!

5 Aug
 
Hi Tatertots and Jello readers! My name is Ellie G. And I am the president of the Tatertots & Jello fan club. {tee hee} Really, I just love Jen and this blog. I’m so honored to be here.

I blog at Less Cake {more frosting}. I get asked a lot if it’s a food blog. And it’s not. It’s about all the things I love…so definitely food is included, but not exclusive. I also love things like: making stuff, Mod Podge, Diet Coke, graphic design, and frosting.

 

My husband and I are going on a trip for our 12th anniversary. (can I get a “WHOOT” for making it to twelve?) In the preparations, I decided that it would be nice to take the laptop with us so we can talk to our kids on Skype. But I don’t really want to carry it, because I am without a cute laptop bag.

So, of course, I mentioned that I ought to buy a new laptop bag, for the trip.

And I was greeted with, “but we have a laptop bag downstairs.”

 

 

THIS THING?? Seriously? This is what I have to carry? It’s a super sturdy bag, and has lots of pockets that I love. But seriously? My husband is in advertising, and I just yearn for having something that isn’t a promotional item! But, alas, my idea for a new bag was shot down. And I am stuck with this little beauty.

But never fear! I remembered what I did last Spring with my new camera bag and I decided I’d try my hand at making this bag less REI and more “Ellie G”.

 


I started with some elastic lace. I actually have a whole bolt of this stuff from a FABULOUS trim and notions store in Phoenix. (that I was introduced to by Miss Whippycake herself!) So I have a lot of it on hand. I love it! It’s super vintage-ee and looks like it’s already been loved a couple times.

I sewed it on to the front flap of the bag in rows. Because of the elastic, it was pretty essential to pin before sewing. Plus it maintains nice straight rows.


When working with stretchy materials, you really have to compensate for the stretch. In this instance I DIDN’T want to use the elastic properties, so I tried not to stretch. But some stretching is inevitable. So don’t do any exact trimming until after you’ve sewn each strip. You can cut the excess and get a perfect finish!
 

Manipulating a big heavy bag to go into my sewing machine was tricky, at times. But I really didn’t want to disassemble it. This is supposed to be a pretty quick project! There were a few rows I just couldn’t work out. So I just hand-stitched the last couple.

 

Then I used a loop of vinyl to make a cute bow. Just a rectangle, with a strip wrapped around the center to pinch. Easy peasy!

The key to working with thick materials is a really long sharp needle, and upholstery thread. They are essential!

 

I definitely will feel much more confident carrying this yummy, ruffled bag with me on the plane. I know, I know…..I shouldn’t care that much. But I do. So sue me!

You can do this too. Even though you don’t have this exact bag! Look at the bags you might want to get rid of, or look at thrift store bags with a fresh eye. You might be able to transform them into something fabulous!!

Oh my goodness Lara– that is adorable!!!
I love it.
Ellie G. is one of my favorite blogging friends IRL too. We started talking through comments and I mentioned that a new Hobby Lobby had opened up near my house. It turns out that it was across the street from Ellie’s house. So we went to lunch and became fast friends!!!
Ellie is one of the most creative people I have ever met. 
I love her projects — they are a mix of modern and colorful. 
Plus, Lara makes amazing printables!
Like this calendar for August
 {Like this Calendar for August}
And how awesome is this Teacher Printable? Perfect for the first week of school!
xoxo


PS — I’m in San Diego. Have you ever been here? It’s GORGEOUS!! I have a big crush on this town. We had a great time at the Clever Girls Party last night. So fun!!! #BlogHer

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Great Ideas — Ruffles!!

20 Feb
Check out this gorgeous Ruffled Burlap Chair Transformation @ Northwest Hospitality
 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Bwlxs7qVRSA/TV7qQyUrV0I/AAAAAAAAAjk/bFbIAIAFbVE/s1600/IMG_9630.1.jpg
 Ruffle Necklace @ A Law Student’s Journey
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/dsc05901.jpg?w=225
Turn a Thrift Store Lamp into a Burlap Masterpiece @ A Little Piece of Heaven
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/dsc02740.jpg?w=198
 Ruffled Lampshade Redo @ House of Chic and Penoche
 Layered Ruffle Pillow @ Oopsey Daisy
 http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-2DZHQiyRLS4/TV8ilJ7fu0I/AAAAAAAAAiM/7HQs8MYlaSo/s1600/Pleated+Basket+Liner+Tutorial+A.jpg
Ruffled Basket Liner Tutorial @ Attempting Aloha
[Ruffled Pillow[4].jpg]
Make a Curvy Ruffled Pillow @ Throw Open the Windows
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-BK25N93PACU/TVzRhNHY9PI/AAAAAAAAD3g/SDxbpzLVJsA/s1600/hDSC_0223.jpg
Beautiful Ruffly Scarf and you must see the bedroom reveal @ Dear Lillie
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-f5bg4DRLfEQ/TVN8hff-3II/AAAAAAAACjY/HLGLz5XWMS0/s1600/DSCF3300.JPG
Make some Ruffle Curtains @ Frog 2 Fab
 Ruffled Floor Cushion @ Living with Punks
 Ruffled Diaper Holder @ Just Beckause
Check out this Hand-dyed Lace Ruffly Skirt @ Simple Simon & Co.
 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-gPo5tP4SpIg/TV3piX6i_UI/AAAAAAAABnI/TYXH67Xfags/s1600/007.JPG
 Ruffly Zippered Pouch Tutorial @ Ameroonie Designs
Ruffled Gift Card Holders @ Jacabean Designs
Ruffly Heart Pillow @ Pickup Some Creativity
Monogrammed Ruffly Cuffs @ Simply Homemade
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-UFN3VTR5HP4/TVxCSmYumxI/AAAAAAAAgoI/zHB-MvBa2kg/s1600/005+copy.png
https://i2.wp.com/i1135.photobucket.com/albums/m627/craftyladylindsay/happy%20birthday%20pennant/afinal.jpg
Ruffled Birthday Banner @ Diary of a Crafty Lady
Make a Ruffly Scarf @ The Creative Collage
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/img_35311.jpg?w=225
Add some Ruffles to a Plain Tee @ This Present Life
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_UQ_-8xnwFY8/TTTuR1U-VXI/AAAAAAAABi0/0jJ9n1AjrwU/s1600/DSC_0093.JPG
Make some Faux Windows with Ruffly Curtains from Patrice @ Lemon Tree Creations
http://lh6.ggpht.com/_RwqOREk61bA/TV7ntXCqnOI/AAAAAAAAAic/9BlHT2DhjWE/s800/step4FINAL1.jpg
Make a Sassy Ruffled Purse @ Ladybird Ln
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Create a Ruffled Top @ Made it on Monday
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-5916B5Sld-0/TVx9BNnhi1I/AAAAAAAACUU/EmQ124pGQqQ/s1600/PICT2315.JPG
Turn a pair of pants into a Ruffly Skirt @ Savin’ Some
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/021511_27851.jpg?w=220
Create a Ruffly Dress from a tee shirt @ Coffee @ 3

Wow – there are so many fun projects linked up so far!!!
Come link up YOUR ideas and you can win a $20 to  Kace Face



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{Another Great Idea feature coming up in a little bit}
I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!!! 

PS — A big Happy Blogoversary going out to Michelle at A Little Tipsy. She’s put together a really fun video starring some of your favorite bloggers {I might be in there for a minute} dancing it up 🙂  Check it out!!!

xoxo

Great Ideas — Ruffles!!

20 Feb
Check out this gorgeous Ruffled Burlap Chair Transformation @ Northwest Hospitality
 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-Bwlxs7qVRSA/TV7qQyUrV0I/AAAAAAAAAjk/bFbIAIAFbVE/s1600/IMG_9630.1.jpg
 Ruffle Necklace @ A Law Student’s Journey
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/dsc059011.jpg?w=225
Turn a Thrift Store Lamp into a Burlap Masterpiece @ A Little Piece of Heaven
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/dsc027401.jpg?w=198
 Ruffled Lampshade Redo @ House of Chic and Penoche
 Layered Ruffle Pillow @ Oopsey Daisy
 http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-2DZHQiyRLS4/TV8ilJ7fu0I/AAAAAAAAAiM/7HQs8MYlaSo/s1600/Pleated+Basket+Liner+Tutorial+A.jpg
Ruffled Basket Liner Tutorial @ Attempting Aloha
[Ruffled Pillow[4].jpg]
Make a Curvy Ruffled Pillow @ Throw Open the Windows
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-BK25N93PACU/TVzRhNHY9PI/AAAAAAAAD3g/SDxbpzLVJsA/s1600/hDSC_0223.jpg
Beautiful Ruffly Scarf and you must see the bedroom reveal @ Dear Lillie
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-f5bg4DRLfEQ/TVN8hff-3II/AAAAAAAACjY/HLGLz5XWMS0/s1600/DSCF3300.JPG
Make some Ruffle Curtains @ Frog 2 Fab
 Ruffled Floor Cushion @ Living with Punks
 Ruffled Diaper Holder @ Just Beckause
Check out this Hand-dyed Lace Ruffly Skirt @ Simple Simon & Co.
 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-gPo5tP4SpIg/TV3piX6i_UI/AAAAAAAABnI/TYXH67Xfags/s1600/007.JPG
 Ruffly Zippered Pouch Tutorial @ Ameroonie Designs
Ruffled Gift Card Holders @ Jacabean Designs
Ruffly Heart Pillow @ Pickup Some Creativity
Monogrammed Ruffly Cuffs @ Simply Homemade
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-UFN3VTR5HP4/TVxCSmYumxI/AAAAAAAAgoI/zHB-MvBa2kg/s1600/005+copy.png
https://i2.wp.com/i1135.photobucket.com/albums/m627/craftyladylindsay/happy%20birthday%20pennant/afinal.jpg
Ruffled Birthday Banner @ Diary of a Crafty Lady
Make a Ruffly Scarf @ The Creative Collage
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/img_3531.jpg?w=225
Add some Ruffles to a Plain Tee @ This Present Life
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_UQ_-8xnwFY8/TTTuR1U-VXI/AAAAAAAABi0/0jJ9n1AjrwU/s1600/DSC_0093.JPG
Make some Faux Windows with Ruffly Curtains from Patrice @ Lemon Tree Creations
http://lh6.ggpht.com/_RwqOREk61bA/TV7ntXCqnOI/AAAAAAAAAic/9BlHT2DhjWE/s800/step4FINAL1.jpg
Make a Sassy Ruffled Purse @ Ladybird Ln
[2011-02-14 001[4].jpg]
Create a Ruffled Top @ Made it on Monday
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-5916B5Sld-0/TVx9BNnhi1I/AAAAAAAACUU/EmQ124pGQqQ/s1600/PICT2315.JPG
Turn a pair of pants into a Ruffly Skirt @ Savin’ Some
https://importtestsite.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/021511_2785.jpg?w=220
Create a Ruffly Dress from a tee shirt @ Coffee @ 3

Wow – there are so many fun projects linked up so far!!!
Come link up YOUR ideas and you can win a $20 to  Kace Face



https://i2.wp.com/ny-image1.etsy.com/il_fullxfull.209193421.jpg

{Another Great Idea feature coming up in a little bit}
I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!!! 

PS — A big Happy Blogoversary going out to Michelle at A Little Tipsy. She’s put together a really fun video starring some of your favorite bloggers {I might be in there for a minute} dancing it up 🙂  Check it out!!!

xoxo

Make Valentine’s Day Ruffle Balls — PLUS a giveaway every crafty person needs!!

11 Jan
I found some Decorative Ball Forms on clearance after Christmas, so I thought it might be fun to make some ruffled fabric balls. 

**This is a fast and easy project**

I went through my fabric stash and found any fabric that was pink or red.
I ended up using materials I already had on hand, so the only thing I bought was the forms.
And if you don’t have any ball forms — try this trick. Take some plastic bags and wrap some tape around them to form a round shape!
Here’s how to make this fast and easy project:
Take your fabric, cut it into 1.5 inch strips. I didn’t specify the length, I just cut a bunch of fabric and ended up with some left over for another project.
Then I ruffled the fabric. Here’s a tip — set your sewing machine to the longest width and the longest length stitch. Then when you sew the fabric stitch, the fabric automatically ruffles. It saves so much time!!
Once all the fabric is ruffled, it’s time for the hot glue. And I just have to say — I recently got this Hot Glue Gun Helper set. How did I ever survive without something like this for so long?? I have burned myself so many times — in fact I almost always end up burning myself when I do a project that involves hot glue. Plus, the mat protects my work surface so much better.
 And, I have this TERRIBLE hot glue gun. I hate it. It drips hot glue everywhere and I always end up having to peel the dried glue off of everything. Well, the hot glue drips just ROLL off this mat. It is the coolest set. Seriously.
Ok, start at the top of the ball. Add a dab of glue and start winding the ruffle around the ball until you get to the other end of the ball. Easy peasy. Now, your ball may look a little crazy. That is alright.
All you need to do is get a pair of scissors out and trim it up.

So there you go, now you have a festive little assortment of balls to add a little Valentine color to your cold, wintry day. 
 

And, you can make ruffle balls for any occasion.  
I plan to make some to match my Ruffle Pillows and leave them out all year round!
 http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_FJSI89AtK0M/TQUSu5s30LI/AAAAAAAAIsE/7zuZuFZw5zE/s1600/Hot+Glue+Gun+Helpers+Set.jpg

And guess what???
I have an extra Hot Glue Gun Helper set 
to give away to one of YOU!!
I think this is the Must Have crafting tool. Everyone needs one of these. It comes with 7 pieces that are going to save your hands.
Each kit contains: 
3 fingers
1 craft mat
1 Press Wand
1 Paddle
1 tweezer
You will love it!! Plus – it’s so cute {squeal!!!} And it proteects your hands and work surface up to 600-degrees. Wow – that is hot!!
Here’s how you can win:

  • Just leave me a comment telling me why you need this set. 
and if you want an extra entry: 
That’s it! 
Have a Super Delightful Day!! 
xoxo
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PS — Do you know Little Miss Momma {a.k.a. Ashley??} She just started a new blog

which is really wonderful. It’s a place where people can share their secrets in a supportive environment. Go on over and take a look – I think you will love it!

I’m linking to these super fun parties — be sure to check them out!! 

  

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Simple Sewing Project – Ruffle Pillows!!

21 Dec
Is it weird that I made pillow covers to match my Ruffle Trees? 
{Yes, I did. I may have an obsession with Amy Butler fabric, just saying!}

I made these pillow covers in about an hour – seriously. 
This is a fun way to change up the look of your room. 


If you want to make some — they are simple and require only straight stitches:

  • First measure your pillow forms. Add 1 inch to each side for the front. Then take the front and add 8 inches to the length and cut it in half. This way there will a 4 inch overlap to hold the pillow in. 

  • Then make your ruffles. Double the width of your pillow to get a length for the ruffle. I made my ruffles 5 inches wide. Then cut the ruffle out — my ruffles were 5 inches wide and 32 inches long. 
  • Now fold the fabric over so the right side of the fabric is facing in. Pin the fabric and sew a straight line all the way down. Now you have a long tube of material. Turn the material right side out.
  • The next thing is put the seam at the bottom and sew a stitch (using your biggest stitch setting) all the way down the fabric tube. Do not backstitch. Ruffle up the fabric by pulling on one of the strings. Set aside. 

  • Do this with however many ruffles you want. I put one ruffle on some pillows, and a couple ruffles on others. But you could also make some pillows completely filled with ruffles – it’s up to you! 
  • Once the ruffles are done, pin them on the front of the pillows where you want them to be. Then sew the ruffles on the pillows fronts. 
  • Now you will need to hem the edges of the pillow backs. I turned the seams over twice so there would be no fraying. 
  • Then pin the front and backs of the pillows together. Remember to put the right side inside of the pillows. 
  • Sew the pillow together. When you are finished, turn the pillow right side out. Push the edges out with a pencil or something small. Then iron the pillow flat. 

  • Now this is a good trick to make the pillow form keep it’s shape. When the pillow is right side out, sew a very small seam all the way around the pillow cover. I made mine about 1/8 of an inch in width. This makes the pillow sit up straight and makes it so you don’t see the back of the pillow from the front.

  • I also forgot to mention that I used the coordinating fabric from the pillow for each pillow’s back material. So ruffles on the front match the back of the pillow. 

  • And don’t worry — if you mess up the back of the pillow. You can always improvise to make it work. One of my pillows didn’t overlap enough so I had to sew some ribbon on the back to tie so the pillow would stay in the cover! LOL

   I love these pillows – they brighten up my family room on a cold Winter Day!!! 

xoxo
PS It’s almost Christmas, you are probably right in the middle of wrapping presents. I’m over at Tip Junkie today — sharing my favorite Gift Wrapping Ideas!!! 
Come over and find some ways to spice up your Christmas packages.
Homemade Christmas Ideas

I am linking to these lovely parties:

  

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Christmas Project — **Ruffled Trees Tutorial**

12 Dec
 I have had a few requests for a tutorial for the Ruffle Tree I did in my Living Room.  
So the other day I made a little Ruffle Tree forest!! 

And along the way I stumbled across a few tips, I thought I could share with you: 
Ruffle Trees:

Supplies:

  • Fabric — Depends on what size cone you use and how ruffly you want your tree to be. For a large cone, a 120″ long by 2″ wide strip of fabric makes a pretty ruffly tree. For a very ruffly tree you would need a 150″ long strip. You can use a fat quarter if you want, just sew the strips together to form one, continuous ribbon on fabric. 
  • A Syrofoam cone or a sheet of cardstock.
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Finial for the top (optional – I found mine at Hobby Lobby)
  • Wood bases for bottoms of trees. (also found at Hobby Lobby)
  • Paint (optional, for bases and finials). For a beachy look, leave unfinished.

*** Styrofoam is expensive. You can use a sheet of scrapbook paper or cardstock instead. Simply roll the paper up so that one end come to a point. Then I stapled that edge and hot glued the rest of the edge down. Then I traced the bottom of the cone on another sheet of cardstock. I would recommend using cardboard on the bottom because it is sturdier. The last thing is to hot glue the base to the cone.

Here’s what I did: 

  • Cut out fabric strip. It should be 2 inches wide and the length depends on the size of the cone. One way to figure this out is to take a piece of string and wrap it around the cone, every 2 inches from top to bottom. Then double that total for a slightly ruffled tree. Or triple the length of the measurement for a very ruffly tree. 
  • You not have a long enough piece of fabric, in that case sew the pieces of fabric together so it makes one, continuous strip. 
  • Use you biggest setting on your sewing maching and sew a line down the center of the fabric strip. 
 
  • Gather up the material. 
  • Then hot glue one of the edges of the strip to the bottom of the cone, then wrap the fabric along the cone, overlapping each layer until the entire cone is covered. If you are using a styrofoam cone, put pins in the cone to hold the fabric in place as you wrap. If you are using a paper cone, hot glue the bottom edge to the paper and wrap the ruffles along the cone until you reach the top. 

  • Once the entire cone is covered with fabric, glue the end of the fabric strip to the top of the cone, the same as you did on the bottom. 
  • Then hot glue the layers of fabric to the styrofoam of paper. If you use a styrofoam cone, hot glue the fabric at each place that you pinned earlier. 

  • Experiment with the wood bases that you purchased. Hot glue different bases together so all of the bases are different heights. 
  • Then paint the bases and the finials/wood balls. 
  • Once the paint is dried, hot glue the finials to the top of each ruffle tree. Do the same thing with the bases. 

Now you have a Ruffly Tree. 
I love that you can use whatever fabric that you want. I used blue, which matched my decor and I love that it looks Christmas-y, but also fits my home. 

***Enjoy***

If you make some, send me the link. I’d love to see them and feature them on the Tatertots and Jello Facebook page.
I hope you are having a great day! 

I’m linking up to these fabulous parties  – check them out!!
  

Funky Junk's Saturday Nite SpecialUndertheTableandDreamingAll Thingz Related giveawaysLife as LoriThe Trendy TreehouseThe DIY Show OffTidy Mom I'm Lovin It FridaysBCD 125

Christmas Project — **Ruffled Trees Tutorial**

12 Dec
 I have had a few requests for a tutorial for the Ruffle Tree I did in my Living Room.  
So the other day I made a little Ruffle Tree forest!! 

And along the way I stumbled across a few tips, I thought I could share with you: 
Ruffle Trees:

Supplies:

  • Fabric — Depends on what size cone you use and how ruffly you want your tree to be. For a large cone, a 120″ long by 2″ wide strip of fabric makes a pretty ruffly tree. For a very ruffly tree you would need a 150″ long strip. You can use a fat quarter if you want, just sew the strips together to form one, continuous ribbon on fabric. 
  • A Syrofoam cone or a sheet of cardstock.
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Finial for the top (optional – I found mine at Hobby Lobby)
  • Wood bases for bottoms of trees. (also found at Hobby Lobby)
  • Paint (optional, for bases and finials). For a beachy look, leave unfinished.

*** Styrofoam is expensive. You can use a sheet of scrapbook paper or cardstock instead. Simply roll the paper up so that one end come to a point. Then I stapled that edge and hot glued the rest of the edge down. Then I traced the bottom of the cone on another sheet of cardstock. I would recommend using cardboard on the bottom because it is sturdier. The last thing is to hot glue the base to the cone.

Here’s what I did: 

  • Cut out fabric strip. It should be 2 inches wide and the length depends on the size of the cone. One way to figure this out is to take a piece of string and wrap it around the cone, every 2 inches from top to bottom. Then double that total for a slightly ruffled tree. Or triple the length of the measurement for a very ruffly tree. 
  • You not have a long enough piece of fabric, in that case sew the pieces of fabric together so it makes one, continuous strip. 
  • Use you biggest setting on your sewing maching and sew a line down the center of the fabric strip. 
 
  • Gather up the material. 
  • Then hot glue one of the edges of the strip to the bottom of the cone, then wrap the fabric along the cone, overlapping each layer until the entire cone is covered. If you are using a styrofoam cone, put pins in the cone to hold the fabric in place as you wrap. If you are using a paper cone, hot glue the bottom edge to the paper and wrap the ruffles along the cone until you reach the top. 

  • Once the entire cone is covered with fabric, glue the end of the fabric strip to the top of the cone, the same as you did on the bottom. 
  • Then hot glue the layers of fabric to the styrofoam of paper. If you use a styrofoam cone, hot glue the fabric at each place that you pinned earlier. 

  • Experiment with the wood bases that you purchased. Hot glue different bases together so all of the bases are different heights. 
  • Then paint the bases and the finials/wood balls. 
  • Once the paint is dried, hot glue the finials to the top of each ruffle tree. Do the same thing with the bases. 

Now you have a Ruffly Tree. 
I love that you can use whatever fabric that you want. I used blue, which matched my decor and I love that it looks Christmas-y, but also fits my home. 

***Enjoy***

If you make some, send me the link. I’d love to see them and feature them on the Tatertots and Jello Facebook page.
I hope you are having a great day! 

I’m linking up to these fabulous parties  – check them out!!
  

Funky Junk's Saturday Nite SpecialUndertheTableandDreamingAll Thingz Related giveawaysLife as LoriThe Trendy TreehouseThe DIY Show OffTidy Mom I'm Lovin It FridaysBCD 125