Sunday, August 29, 2010


Signs and prizes for games including terrariums, grow your own tomatoes and Mexican wedding cookies.

The brides father made her little flower arrangements. CUTE!

Food, beverage and dessert tables. YUM!

Hummus, baguette, mozerella basil tomato skewers and cucumber sandwiches.

Veggies, fruit salad and fruit salsa with homemade cinnamon tortillas.

Raspberry limeaide with handmade parasol stirrers and CUPCAKES!

Playing games and having fun!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Count Down..

Bridal shower Saturday for my friend! So excited to see all the little things come together. Then we move closer to her big day. I can't wait to see how it all turns out. The paper heart garland is so cute. When I showed my friend she was at work, but she said she "screamed silently". She absolutely loves it.

Right now I am working on some final touches for the shower. Having random last minute ideas like these care instruction terrarium poems. We're giving them away at the shower as game prizes.

Onward to food! I am in charge of pasta salad and cake balls! Once those are finished I have to start loading everything up and taking it over to where the shower is going to be.

More ideas to come I am sure. I am running out of time for them all!

Monday, August 23, 2010

The ETSY gods were smiling on me today.

I made it on to the front page this morning. Thank you to yalipaz for making such a beautiful treasury.

Front page ETSY

Monday, August 16, 2010

Thank you Martha!

Note to self: If you break something with Martha Stewarts name attached to it.. The manufacture will replace it no questions asked.. Just proof of purchase.
I broke one of my favorite craft punches and just went through a hassle free warranty process.. Basically, 3 emails to the manufacture.

1: Asked about Warranty.
2: Sent a picture of broken product for proof of purchase.
3: Thank you email after being notified a replacement would be sent.

Now back to crafty things.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Aquarium Tip

If you want to keep live plants, but have fish that dig up your plants... Take some fishing line and attach it to the base of the plant, just above the roots, then attach the other end to a suction cup. You can easily suction cup the plant to the bottom of the tank and cover the suction cup with gravel. No more uprooted plants by your little fishies.