It’s always fun to see shop products in action. And even more so when they come with a delicious recipe! I’d gladly sip milk through that lovely striped paper straw if I had a plate of those lovely cookies in front of me! You can find the recipe at Bake Your Day.
Roll your message up and tuck in in the deflated balloon. Add a bunch of heart punches. Blow the balloon up (only as big as your box will hold, if you’re mailing it!) and tie it off.
Deliver the balloon with a pin to pop it (these cute little flag bulletin board pins were in the Target Dollar Spot). I have to admit, I actually tested this one out and loved it! The hearts went everywhere–I was still finding them tucked behind things months later.
How do I get invited to this shin dig?! Every stinkin’ little bit of it is fabulous! You must–and I mean MUST–go to Design Love Fest to see the all the gorgeous photos. Maybe you’ll be inspired to have your own gift wrapping party this holiday!
One question: How do they keep everything so white? I mean, white floors? Really!?!
I know I’ve been pretty quiet lately, but it seems like a good time touch base. And since the shop still has some inventory, it also seems like a good time for a sale! There are lots of items perfect for the holidays–for entertaining or wrapping or just for fun!
Visit Lemon Drop Shop today and use code HOLIDAY30 for 30% off your order of $10 or more.
I’ll be back soon with some more house updates and new DIY’s so come back and visit!
I was never big into “summer camp”, but when I saw this wedding, I immediately felt I’d missed out on something fabulous. Is this what summer camp looks like?! I’m in! Pack your bag and head over to the full event and portfolio at Ruffled.
It’s not too late! There is still time to pull something really sweet together for Father’s Day! Check out these free printables–there are tons of them out there, but these are my favorites!
Happy Father’s Day!
‘Tis the season for weddings, indeed! This amazing neon number just had to be shared. This photo pretty much contained all of my favorite features–the chandelier, the chairs, the flowers. Go to Ruffled to see all the bright and snazzy details–there are tons!
My 6th grade daughter begged, so I gave in and told her she could have some friends over to celebrate the end of school with a pool party. Not a huge shin dig, so we went with a simple invite (black printed onto colored card stock). Pink for girls. Blue for boys. Yes, boys. She is inviting boys!
After rounding the top of my rectangle (I used a kitchen glass to shape it), I taped a popsicle stick to the back. I had a great plan for the other side of the popsicle, but my color printer decided to cause me grief and I had to go to Plan B, which, in my opinion, turned out better than Plan A (which was going to be white with “be cool” printed across it the long ways in color). Washi tape (from the shop) to the rescue! We made a fun striped pattern across the back of each invite to cover the popsicle stick.
Once washi-ed, it seemed like it would be a sin to hide this cute little invite in an envelope, so we slid it into a glassine bag (available in the shop) sealed with a small piece of washi tape. The party is Friday! More to come…