June 11th, 2009 |
Try this idea for your next outdoor party….
Plant each guest a small pot of flowers and add in a chalkboard stake. Write your guest’s name on it….you have a placecard, a party favor and if you group them all together in the center of the table….a centerpiece too!
Image via […]
May 27th, 2009 |
Looking for the perfect way to add a little bit of your preppy style to your home this season? Perfect to grace your front door for summer, or to welcome guests to your next bridal shower or birthday party….this peony wreath is beautiful on it’s own….but hang it with a grosgrain ribbon […]
May 9th, 2009 |
I’m normally a pink girl – but these images from Matthew Mead Style could make me become a […]
May 6th, 2009 |
A lot of the COLOR posts I do focus on the pretty, pale colors…..not today! Today is all about bold, bold, bold!
My inspiration today is a beautiful room I found on the Harlequin Fabric & Wallpaper website. Harlequin is a company in the UK […]
April 23rd, 2009 |
I love this idea from Simply Stated…..what a great centerpiece idea for Mother’s Day, a baby shower or little girl’s birthday party!
What You’ll Need:
2 boxes of wheatgrass (sold in flats or boxes at health-food stores and flower shops)
12 to 16 gerbera daisies
For such a creative look – this is […]
April 17th, 2009 |
Start off BBQ season with a couples shower full of cowboy boots, rustic centerpieces, and plenty of good old-fashioned BBQ food! This adorable invitation from Wedding Paper Divas says it perfectly – “Yee Haw!”
Send your guests home with the perfect BBQ favor – s’mores in a bag! Little effort to assemble….big impact […]
April 10th, 2009 |
Today’s COLOR inspiration comes from the ocean blues and green that I pulled out of a selection of fabrics from Calico Corners. This modern combination will have sun seekers dreaming of the ocean!
Not only do I love the combination of colors – but also the playfulness of these patterns together. It’s great […]
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 […]