So the stockings are hung, and now you need something fabulous to hang above them on your mantle. Here is a really easy DIY holiday wreath that you can make with your kiddos for $4, and it is simply gorgeous! Would you believe this is made from coffee filters? Read on and see how to [...]
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And the stockings were hung by the chimney with care… Yes, it’s that time of year again! We are pulling out the holiday decor, trimming the trees and hanging our stockings. Is this baby’s first Christmas? In need of new stockings? Well here is a quick roundup of a few that I thought are quite [...]
It must be the luck of the Irish! We just couldn’t resist picking our favorite green finds in honor of a little leprechaun love. Are you feeling green too? Tell us about your favorite green-themed pick by commenting on this post. Happy St. Paddy’s Day to all! 1. Gelato Frames 2. Oilo Bedding 3. Little Nest [...]
This last weekend, I had the honor and pleasure of teaching a 1-hour class at my local Pottery Barn Kids on behalf of Project Nursery. This was such an exciting event and the turnout was amazing! The focus of the class was on Easter decorating and entertaining. We all know that Pottery Barn Kids offers some of the best seasonal decor and entertaining products. What better way to teach the attendees how to incorporate and showcase these items…
Wow, December 1st is here and the holiday season is in full swing with 24 days left until Christmas. So you know what that means? Time to break out your advent calenders and get the countdown a-rollin’. Oh how I just love these calenders…I could hardly contain myself as a child each day that it was [...]
ith Halloween past us, the winter Holiday season is approaching quickly…oh so quickly! Retailers are heavily discounting their orange and black merchandise only to replace it with the next holiday…and then the next…and before we know it we are ringin’ in the new year! It is so easy as parents to get “wrapped” up in the cooking, shopping, etc…this time of year that we can easily forget about the little tykes and how they view the holidays.