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Here are the photos from the baby shower! The baby shower was hosted at a local cafe, which decor happens to be yellow and orange. I really lucked out with all the decorations. The vases came from Micheal’s for about $1 a piece. Notice the one with the honeycomb pattern! The birds, butterflies, and bees […]

October 2, 2010

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My friend is celebrating her birthday next week with a peppermint themed party.  This is a theme that I could go crazy with!  Peppermints are inexpensive, readily available and so festive.  They are great to use this time of year for birthdays, showers and Christmas parties.  Here is a collection of easy decorating ideas with […]

December 1, 2009

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We are having a Christmas party next month at our house and I have been looking for ideas of how to decorate the dining table/kitchen area.  My family room will be decorated with what I am calling a "gilded christmas".  Remember last year I was having trouble using my old decorations with our new terra […]

November 23, 2009

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I noticed our grocery store just started carrying fresh cranberries-that means its officially holiday season!  I love anything made with cranberries.  Their bright red color is even great in decorating for the holidays.  How about using them in your Thanksgiving and holiday flower arrangements?  What a festive touch they add to a simple bouquet. Just rinse […]

November 9, 2009

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How cute is this Turkey Napkin?!  It is made out of a squash and cloves for eyes!  What a great conversation starter for Turkey Day!  Get the how-to for the napkin fan here. 

November 5, 2009

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I just discovered these pictures of the football centerpieces I made for our first game celebration and thought I'd share.  They are good examples of how you can take things from around the house and turn them into party decor easily and inexpensively. I actually took the football from my Touchdown Lazy Susan and cut floral foam to fit […]

November 2, 2009

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I have been seeing a lot of people using dried beans and lentils in their fall decorations and I love it.  The natural look is simple and comforting.  You can either go all natural or just add a few things here and there in your decorating.  Here is gorgeous example of incorporating natural elements in a tablescape. Get the how-to […]

October 26, 2009

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Here is another idea for decorating your fall tables.  Take a break from pumpkins and think about using pears.  Pears add a simple warmth to any setting.  The addition of wheat in this centerpiece really evokes feelings of fall.  This centerpiece would also be perfect for a Thanksgiving table.  BONUS-it's EASY to make! Get the how-to here. 

October 20, 2009

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Here is a modern variation on the Candy Trees I posted previously.  They are just as creative and simple to make.  For a centerpiece you could try a grouping in different sizes and heights.  These aren't just for Halloween either.  A gum drop or peppermint one would be great for Christmas! Candy Globes YOU'LL NEED: Styrofoam balls […]

October 5, 2009

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This season I haven't made a wreath for the front door like I did in the spring.  I found one that I fell in love with and bought it instead.  If I were going to make one it would look like this one.  I love how the flowers and foliage are in sections instead of […]

September 15, 2009