I don’t even know where to start. My mother in law got a Kitchen Krafts catalog in the mail recently and told me that I HAD to see it. And she was right. The design of the catalog is a bit hokey, but if you really take a look through their items (and there are a lot of items) you can find a ton of gems. My favorite is the
“Don’t play with your food!”How many times did you hear that one growing up? Just when you had built that perfect mashed potato mountain, or figured out how to flick your peas just the right way…you were reminded that food is for eating, not playing. But shouldn’t food be a little fun too? I mean, let’s face it, no matter how many times we heard it, we all still WANTED
I love things that are reusable. But sometimes things get damaged. Whether your party gets a bit raucous or just moving them from party to party, you inevitably lose great party decor. What I love about theses placemats is that they are reusable but also inexpensive enough ($1.95 each!) that if one does get damaged, you could totally replace it without feeling like you can’t go on that family vacation
My brain is fried. There is no wit left in my head (I write my posts the night before you read them so I hope by the time this shows up on the blogosphere I am fully recharged). And quite frankly, I just want to go watch some banal reality show and eat junk food. So here is my post. I love this lemonade/advice stand/kissing booth on so many levels.
I have always wanted to set up a cooking club with my friends. I love the idea of trying out some new recipes, pairing the wine and generally entertaining them. And what is even better with a cooking club is you get to have amazing food and conversation monthly, but only have to clean when it is your turn to host! So then I went and moved an hour away.
I’m sure all of you are on Facebook. I love Facebook and I’m not afraid to say it. It has led me to some really amazing people and reconnecting with them has been beyond fun. It is crazy to get to know people that you went to high school with, but didn’t know well, and find that you have sooooo much in common. Turns out, my friend Sara also shares
I got to have a really fun weekend. Friday night was the wedding for my awesome friend, Lisa, whose bachelorette party can be seen in the previous post. It was great to spend a special night with she and her family. And my sister was in town for it so it was amazing to be able to spend some time with her. As it was an adults only affair, we
A while back I mentioned that I had to throw a bachelorette party for a friend of mine, Lisa. You may remember that I also helped with the shower (along with the bride’s fabulous sister, Kelly – who pleasantly surprised me with her party planning skills!!). After using Paper and Cake for the shower (see shower post here, I haven’t gotten around to posting it on here yet…) I knew