Know anyone that loves their KitchenAid Mixer as much as I do?!
These cocktail napkins would be a fabulous gift….perfect for a cookie exchange party or to use for a casual lunch in the kitchen.
April 2nd, 2009 |
April 2nd, 2009 |
I love this idea from Matthew Mead Style – a box full of celebratory snacks. Perfect for the newlyweds as they depart their wedding, a lovely gesture for a special friend on her birthday, or even for a modern-day picnic in the park.
Packed full of specialty items such as champagne, crackers and cheese, fruit and chocolate….this gift is sure to put a smile on the recipients face! The clear packaging makes this concept look new, and oh so enticing. You can find an acrylic box, such as the one pictured above, at Container Store.
March 29th, 2009 |
Ah…Spring Break….just the sound of it puts a smile on my face!
Everyone needs a little getaway to get over the winter blues and start looking forward to spring!
I hope you find a few days to getaway yourself!
In the meantime, check out some of my Spring Break must-have’s…..
Images: patio, tray, pillows (potterybarn.com), laundry dress (nordstrom.com),
orange ruffle top (trinaturk.com), orange basketweave handbag by Cole Haan (nordstrom.com),
floral cover-up (jcrew.com), surfing kids (coastalliving.com)
March 28th, 2009 |
Looking for a great gift for a Chocolate lover?
Try these indulgent gifts from Plum Party – they would make a great hostess gift or birthday present!
March 26th, 2009 |
I was purusing some of my favorite blogs this morning – and the colorful ladies at Lilly Pulizter found these great novelty ice cube trays from Fred. These would be so fun for a party! You can find them at a few different on-line boutiques, such as popdeluxe.net and some are also available on amazon.com.
Here are a few of my favorites….but there are tons to choose from!
March 23rd, 2009 |
1 To keep your flowers looking better and lasting longer, display them in a vase and make sure that none of the leaves are covered with water. Leaves decay in water, and they’ll drastically decrease the vase-life of your cut flowers.
2 First things first: When you bring flowers home, cut the stems at an angle and then place them in fresh water for a nice long drink before removing the wrapping.
3 When the water in a vase starts getting low, don’t dump it and start all over again. Flowers are at their happiest when you just top off the existing water by adding some that is fresh.
4 Decorating a buffet with flowers? Keep the flowers away from fruit – fruit gives off ethylene gas, which accelerates the aging process of flowers.
Tips via Style At Home
March 18th, 2009 |
March 14th, 2009 |
Looking for a way to let your family know what time dinner is at?!?
Look no further than these inventive chalkboard candles….not only perfect for your kitchen, but I think they would be darling as placecards or party favors.
You can find these 100% unscented soy wax candles at Delight.com.
March 11th, 2009 |
Add some natural intrigue to your Spring centerpieces with moss.
I love bringing the fresh color of green into my home for Spring, and I think the moss adds a look that is raw yet refined. Some of these images would be great inspiration for a wedding or party. Mixing candles with the moss balls makes a beautiful centerpiece for any party…and hanging a beautiful wreath on the door is a great way to welcome your guests.
There are currently tons of places selling moss items – moss balls at Pottery Barn, antique glass terrariums full of moss on Etsy.com – but you can also find items at craft stores or on-line to create your own (pretty inexpensively, too!).
I found the best assortment at Save-On-Crafts – not only do they have already made moss wreaths, balls, and stones, but they also have moss covered wire. Take a look…I hope it inspires you to bring a little nature into your home!
Top Images: wreath with bows (marthastewartweddings.com), candles & moss centerpiece (projectwedding.com),
moss balls (potterybarn.com), topiary place card (marthastewartweddings.com), glass terrarium (etsy.com),
little girl (via gertrude & mabel), doorway with moss wreath (marthastewart.com)
March 9th, 2009 |
I found this cute idea on Everyday with Rachel Ray….
What a great idea for Spring!
Combine six boes of Jell-O powder with half the amount of water specified, chill the mix in a glass vase for half an hour, the just push flowers into the semi-firm gelatin. You can customize this idea for any color palette, with all different types of flowers. Great for a spring dinner, children’s birthday or baby shower!
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