Lily & Val Presents: Pretty Ordinary Friday #41

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For this week’s Pretty Ordinary Friday #41, we’re documenting snapshots of our week. While our pictures may not be the prettiest or the most interesting, we enjoyed each instance and want to remember them! These are the behind-the-scenes, in-between moments – the small peeks that would otherwise be forgotten. Join us as we use this series to scrapbook the unedited, memorable happenings at Lily & Val and what is inspiring our team!

The team says:

Valerie McKeehan using watercolors to paint macarons, idea notebook for Lily & Val's new spring collection1. “Playing with watercolors and painting my favorite cookie! This will be part of the L&V spring collection – I am so excited!” Valerie

2. “Adding some big ideas and plans for a major project into my May Designs notebook. I can’t wait to share more!” –Valerie

Beautiful bath soaps from a shop in Las Vegas call Nectar Bath Treats, iconic Welcome to Las Vegas neon sign3“I went to the cutest soap shop in Vegas called Nectar Bath Treats! These cuties are SOAP! They were all so artistically made and smelled delicious.” -Valerie

4“I went to Vegas for the first time this week to celebrate a 20-year “friendiversary” with 3 of my friends! We had to make a stop at the iconic welcome sign.” -Valerie

Pretty strawberry painted ceramic strainer painted at Color Me Mine, Van Gogh's "Wheat Fields After The Rain" painting at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Stranger Things television series toy dolls5. “The result from our L&V team pottery painting day at Color Me Mine! It was so fun to paint just to paint.” -Valerie

6. “Currently at the Carnegie Museum of Art, just 10 minutes from the Lily & Val Flagship Store. Van Gogh, ‘Wheat Fields after the Rain.'” -Alivia

7“They have Stranger Things pop vinyl dolls now – justice for Barb!!” -Kristin

Pretty Ordinary Friday #41 blog photos include high school students in a fencing competition, Lily & Val Living Blog make your own no-sew apron, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania row houses with gnarly trees8. “This past weekend I flew to Georgia to watch my little sis take 3rd place (out of 20) at her high school fencing tournament! I wish I could say athleticism runs in the family…” -Kristin

9. “Some behind-the-scenes from the DIY No-Sew Apron shoot! Matching socks not necessary at L&V.” -Kristin

10. “The Gnarliest Tree in Town. Courtesy of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania” -Alivia

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