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We loved creating the Valentine Advent a few months ago–the anticipating of the holiday is often times the most fun of the event itself, no?! This time, we created a version for your Mother in partnership with Cricut. The idea is to send this Mother’s Day advent card to your mom BEFORE May even starts. Each day starting May 1st she can open up a bloom that will reveal one thing that you love about her! Consider it an actionable version of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s poem, “How do I love thee, let me count the ways”.
And to show how much we, and Cricut love thee, we’re giving away TWO Cricut Maker Bundles! One for you and one for your Mother! Head over to our Instagram to enter! Read on →
We’re three weeks in and things are starting to come together. Literally! This week we share everything you ever wanted to know about 1) Kitchen demo and CliqStudios cabinet installation, 2) Bertazzoni range and oven selection and tips for a seamless installation 3) GE refrigerator, dishwasher, and microwave selection. There’s a lot here so make sure you bookmark for your next reno! Read on →
Meals are a cause of major anxiety for me, which is precisely why I haven’t done one in years (sadly, not joking). The set up goes like this–Paul makes the food and I set the table. Not a bad trade off 😉 Because of this, I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking of what to do with the table. Enter, daffodil napkin bouquet.
I wanted something simple for Easter this year and these daffodil napkin bouquets are just the trick. They are a cinch to make and capture the essence of the season. If you’re looking to make a more substantial paper flower, you can use our tutorial here, or feel free to use your craft cutting machine or hand cut these out. They’re perfect for little hands too! Add on a name to serve as a name tag. Read on →
This year we were inspired by Michelle Obama’s book, Becoming, our Book Club book for January, and we decided to focus on learning from women who we find inspiring and can tell us about their journey of “becoming”. You can read the rest of the interviews here. Stay tuned for more each month.
This month I’m pleased to introduce you to creative director, Eva Jorgensen of Sycamore Co. Eva is become of my dearest friends since moving to Utah and she’s one of the very first people I “met” when I started blogging. Wet met in person at the very first Alt Summit in 2010. As we’ve gotten to know each other we’ve learned that we not only share a lot of the same interests, but we’ve led rather parallel lives in a lot of ways (oldest of 4, played tennis in high school, studied art, run our own businesses, want to move to France, and many more). I thought I knew it all, but today she’s sharing even more insight into her world. Her career trajectory has taken quite a turn in the last few years and it’s been so interesting watching from the sidelines as she pivots from running a stationery company to a full fled-fled creative services company and all the fears and then confidence that have resulted from it. I’m thrilled to introduce you to Eva!
Ye haw! Things are swimming along with Mary’s 6 week kitchen renovation (gah!). As you may know, any renovation is challenging to complete in 6 weeks, but kitchens are particularly tricky as there are more elements than normal: electrical, HVAC, windows, appliances, you get the drift. And because Mary has bigger plans, this also included moving walls and windows. Ain’t no thang!
Last week we showed you our vision for this round’s One Room Challenge and this week we’re talking about what exactly is going IN the space as far as decor and furniture goes. Let’s take a look!Read on →