I’m guessing many of you know who Joan Walsh Anglund is, but if you don’t, maybe you will recognize her iconic art. I began collecting Joan Walsh Anglund books, art, and paper products when my daughters were young. There’s something so innocent and nostalgic about the instantly recognizable illustrations that made Joan Walsh Anglund a […]
I recently hosted Cooking Club at my home. I’m a lousy cook, but I set a really cute table. So it really is all about the theme for me – I chose a retro Palm Springs theme for this one. Palm Springs, baby!
What does an Ouija Board and elbow-length gloves have in common? I found both of these things while spending Black Friday shopping estate sales and antique malls. If you know why I purchased these disparate items, it means you are a die-hard fan of one of my latest obsessions . . . ???
Last week I hosted my Cooking Club in my home. I am “up” to host once a year, and this year I chose an Enchanted Forest theme. I always choose the theme based on decor first, then plan a menu around my decor – which is completely backwards for most of my Cooking Club friends. Cooking […]
I think children’s birthdays are magical. A simple theme can be developed into something truly special that you and your child will never forget. For my daughter’s 4th birthday, we decided to make it all about butterflies. And what little girl doesn’t love butterflies?
My oldest daughter has been a huge fan of Laura Ingalls Wilder and the Little House on the Prairie book series since kindergarten. When she turned 7, it was only fitting to have a pioneer party for my little Half-Pint. Let’s start with her outfit. My sweet mother-in-law helped me make Audrey’s prairie bonnet from […]
Baby showers are joyous occasions and don’t have to be generic or boring. I always like to think about the honoree’s taste and style, as well as the baby’s room decor. The honoree of this shower had an older son who was just moving out of the vintage western-themed nursery to make way for baby […]