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As you all know, Valentines Day is coming... Wait! Before you roll your eyes at me for wasting time on an over-commercialized corporate pay-out... read on... Whatever your thoughts are on this slightly obnoxious cheese-fest of a day, it's still a good excuse to get together with people you care about. Love is worthy of celebration, even if its only for your cats.
It's hard to believe Easter is right around the corner! It completely slipped my mind until I started seeing the egg-dying and peep-making tutorials pop up on blogs. Well, I'm no good at either of those things, but one thing I really enjoy doing, especially for Easter, is entertaining. Once I saw this lovely party set-up on Heather Quitz Design , I knew I had to share. This would be such a lovely way to decorate for an Easter brunch, don't you think?
I'm so excited for my dear friend Lana, who just recently became engaged! Needless to say, I'll be helping with a good portion of the design work for the big day, and not to mention some of the event planning as well. I'm so thrilled to be apart of it all! I've been scouring the internet for bridal shower inspiration and came across this lovely idea- a Tea Party from the lovely blog Bridal Musings . I especially love the DIY Tea Cup Candles (I did this last year for christmas gifts!)
If you read this blog regularly, you'll know that Cam's sister (Pip! Yes, another Pip!) is getting married.
first, i want to thank you all for your nice comments on the invitations , and party favors i posted. the party went really well, and most importantly ezra and all his cousins had a blast! this year, i served more simple food, and focused more on the games and entertainment, since ezra is starting to get to the age where fun is more important. here are a few pictures from the party. "welcome wild things"
Since the ' Cowboy Small ' party I featured last month was such a hit, I've been begging "C"'s mom to share an earlier ' Where the Wild Things Are ' party. In her words, "C's favorite book was Where the Wild Things Are and so we invited some of his 'wild' friends over to celebrate. We hung lots of green streamers and 'vines' to make a jungle. We played 'pin the tail on Max'.
i finally got all of the invitations done for the big where the wild things are party . i ended up printing them on textured cardstock, and i was happy with how they turned out! i decided to tie the brown kraft envelopes with garden twine, i thought it would be a perfect "wild things" touch! i hand addressed them in a wild font, and got them all delivered!
1. 1 – Where the Wild Things Are Mask: Materials , 2. Hair on Top , 3. Foam Facial Features , 4. Hair All Around , 5. Outlining Features , 6.
white polar fleece - 1/2 yd, just in case! 24 gauge black plastic coated wire or long black twist-ties for the whiskers 24 gauge white plastic coated wire to keep the ears upright scissors white thread and a needle and/or a sewing machine the pattern, which is attached as a PDF on the next step! If you're worried about using wire in the hat, Kiteman has this suggestion: Soak the string in slightly-diluted PVA glue and leave it to dry (If you dry it draped over a pile of scrap plastic bags, it will set in a twiddly shape). <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
EEEEEEEEE!!!!! I'm so excited to share with you my first attempt at stop motion . I did a really quick job of this one 'cause I was SO excited to try it out AND so excited to share my new handmade creation, inspired by "Where the Wild Things Are". So, here it is. Enjoy the next 37 seconds.
Favorite Party Ideas This Week 1. Jane’s adorable ideas for the perfect Easter kids table. 2.
Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak has become a classic. Winner of the 1964 Caldecott Medal as the "Most Distinguished Picture Book of the Year," it was first published by HarperCollins in 1963. When the book was written, the theme of dealing with dark emotions was rare in children's literature, especially in picture book format for young children. The Story However, after more the 50 years, what keeps Where the Wild Things Are popular is not the impact of the book on the field of children's literature, it is the impact of the story and the illustrations on young readers.
Instead of a crazy night full of pink veils and male genitalia props what do y'all think of this fun take on bachelorette parties from Utterly Engaged ?! A 'no boys allowed' camping trip with a theme of 'Where The Wild Things Are' was the inspiration for this bride and her group of best gal pals! Quality girl time, gorgeous scenery, fabulous outfits, some amazing photo-opps, and of course some cold drinks...sounds like a perfect bachelorette party to me!
Tuesday, September 15th, 2009 When the moon hits your eyes like a big pizza pie, that's..............? You most probably know thats' Amore Mp3 Audio: Frasi di aiuto - Help Italian love phrases / love talk : Italian has to basic ways to show love : Ti voglio bene - I care for you mostly used for family members like brother sister - In a couple relation the most important phrase is 'Ti amo' - I love you: While in English however you can say I love pizza in Italian you do not say 'Io amo la pizza' - That would actually mean that you felt in love with a pizza!
first, i want to thank you all for your nice comments on the invitations , and party favors i posted. the party went really well, and most importantly ezra and all his cousins had a blast! this year, i served more simple food, and focused more on the games and entertainment, since ezra is starting to get to the age where fun is more important. here are a few pictures from the party.