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Can I Have This?: CedarWorks Rhapsody Bed

Your children will beg you to tell them to go to bed with the Rhapsody Bed. You can also come up with your own bed design on their website, especially if you’d rather… Continue reading

Just In Case You Missed It

Happy Weekend! Here’s what happened this past week. Can I Have This?: Custom Silhouette Charm NecklaceWhat To Do: Stock Up On GiftsLink Love: Giddy GiddyAll About the Packaging: Chalkboard Gift TagThings That Make… Continue reading

Things That Make Us Smile: Rainbows

A pinata at a class party. Controlled chaos.

All About the Packaging: Chalkboard Gift Tag

Kathy over at Merriment Design came up with an adorable idea for a gift tag–chalkboard fabric.  What a way to really personalize your gift!                                                           Photo: Merriment Design

Love Links: Giddy Giddy

Teri Dimalanta is one creative lady. You need only check our her blog,  The Journals of Giddy Giddy. Her blog is her ” journal of inspiration and creativity” and is sure to inspire… Continue reading

What to Do: Stock Up on Gifts

We’ve all been in that situation where you have to scramble for a last-minute gift. You can avoid that by having a few gifts put away in your closet that you can pull… Continue reading

Five Faves: Graduation Presents

School is almost finished and with that comes graduations. Here are our five fave gift ideas for graduates. A Business Bag Perfect for those starting a new job after graduation as they’ve most… Continue reading

Can I Have This?: Custom Silhouette Charm Necklace

Le Papier Studio’s Custom Silhouette Charm Necklace is a lovely way to give someone a personal memento. Photo: Le Papier Studio

Just In Case You Missed It

Happy Weekend! Here’s what happened this past week. Can I Have This?: Your Very Own MuppetFive Faves: Gifts for Girlfriends What To Do: Have a PicnicLink Love: Oh Happy Day!All About the Packaging:… Continue reading

Things That Make Us Smile: Ghosts

Ghosts from Halloween parties past. We love how “more is more” for kids!