Monthly Archive: April, 2011

Just In Case You Missed It

Happy weekend! Here’s what happened this past week:Can I Have This?: EggbotFive Faves: Bridal Party GiftsWhat To Do: Spring Clean for a CauseLove Links: Angry ChickenAll About the Packaging: May BasketsThings That Make… Continue reading

Things That Make Us Smile: Balloon Flowers

A fun and colorful decoration, if we do say so ourselves! 

All About the Packaging: May Baskets

Traditionally, May Day celebrates the end of winter. People used to leave May baskets filled with candy or flowers on each others doorstep. While they’ve fallen out of favor, why not bring back… Continue reading

Love Links: Angry Chicken

If you’re looking for a site full of  great tutorials, delicious recipes and general crafting goodness, check out Angry Chicken,  Amy Carol‘s craft weblog. Definitely try her rhubarb hand pie recipe! In addition… Continue reading

What to Do: Spring Clean for a Good Cause

Spring is here and with it comes the urge to clean out your closets. As you go through your things to figure out what to part with, think for a moment about where… Continue reading

Five Faves: Bridal Party Gifts

Your bridal party is made up of the closest people in your life, so it only makes sense that you want to show your appreciation of their friendship by giving them each a… Continue reading

Can I Have This?: Eggbot

How cool would your Easter eggs look if you had the Eggbot? It’s too late for this year, but there’s always next year. And it works on pumpkins, too.

Just In Case You Missed It

Happy weekend!  Here’s what happened this past week: Can I Have This? The Stockholm DollhouseFive Faves: Host and Hostess GiftsWhat to Do?: Go GreenLove Links: I Still Love YouAll About the Packaging: Newspaper… Continue reading

Things That Make Us Smile: Frogs

Frog goody bags all ready to go for a garden party!

All About the Packaging: Newspaper As Gift Wrap

April 22nd is Earth Day, a day to appreciate the environment. You can do your part by reusing, renewing and recycling. We love the idea of using something as simple as newspaper as… Continue reading