So I’ve got a little confession to make…I’m a wrapaholic. I don’t know what it is. Maybe its the creative outlet, the endless possibilities, the blank canvas if you will, of a gift that needs wrapping. I’m not quite sure I’ve got it figured out. But I do know that it shouldn’t take as long to wrap a gift as it does to pick it out in the first place.
Okay, here is the follow up to my previous post about dressing up a cake. My son is busy watching the “Smurts” (Smurfs) so I have a few minutes. I’ll type fast. I first heard about the company, Fancy Flours, through a Martha Stewart vehicle. It may have been a wedding magazine, it may have been Darcy Miller’s blog, I really can’t remember. I just know it is a Martha
It’s genius. Pure genius. I am not sure why I haven’t thought to do this. It’s brilliant. And free. My girl T is super creative and goes all out for any party she throws (just take her husband’s 40th birthday party with custom lights, an amazing caterer, dj, and burlesque dancer – especially when she threw her glove on to a heater and it started to catch fire. Talk about
Lately, my husband and I have been having some sort of unspoken contest to see who can get the least amount of sleep. Usually with his early am shifts and staying up late because of the whole wanting to see his kids thing, he trumps me no problem. But today I just might have him beat. I’m working off of a good four hours right now and based on the
Rainbow birthday candles are the coolest! I’m not a baker. I’m not a cake decorator. In fact, I finally found the chance to use my offset spatula for the first time with I iced a cake for my son’s 2nd birthday party earlier this month. My sister had given me a cake decorating set, complete with all kinds of fancy icing tips, for my first Christmas as a married woman.
It has been like a hundred and ten degrees here in good ole South Cali the last few days. Summer hot. No, September hot. (If you don’t live in California, you might not appreciate how – although we are known for our summers, its really September that kills you with its million degree heat…but that’s another subject). So yeah, its been super warm and I’ve got to admit, I’m not
I love that “personal touch”. A little something that shows your guests you have gone that extra mile to put a little of yourself into your party planning. And thanks to myownlabels.com, adding that personal touch is a piece of cake. On their website you can order custom labels from everything like personalized bottled water to food and craft labels. They have it all. Think about creating your own personalized
Anyone who knows me well can tell you that I am perpetually planning my kids’ next birthday parties. Truth be told, now that my daughter is old enough to actually have a voice about what she wants at her next bash, its really difficult for me to let go a bit (thankfully my son is still young enough that I can do whatever I want with his…) And this year,