St. Patrick's Day doesn't have to be all leprechauns and pots o' gold. Get in the spirit by setting a rustic table with some no-fuss brunch fare. Plus, it'll fill you up before all the imbibing at any parades you plan on attending.
Whether you're a do-it-yourselfer or an order-from-the-interneter, we've got some fun cake toppers for you to peruse. When planning your next kid's birthday party, you might want to have a look. We've rounded up five great toppers to purchase and five that you can make yourself. More
The online magazine Leaf released its Spring 2013 Issue yesterday. There are a number of fantastic garden and outdoor living stories in the issue, but one is particularly useful if you are gearing up for spring holiday decorations. More
I'm planning a children's party for the very first time this year, so I'm on the hunt for decorations that don't involve princesses, ballerinas or Spiderman. I love the idea of a simple theme - the kid's age. The opportunities for colorful, graphic typography are endless.
It's not a surprise that this look is coming back now. It incorporates a combo of some of what is bubbling under the surface, style-zeitgeist-wise. These reactive glaze pottery-style tabletop pieces combine a bit of hippie-chic, a look at California modernism of the sixties and seventies, a little bit of Asian-inspiration, a touch of maker-style.
Shed antlers are often found in the woods throughout winter, and if you happen to collect these beautiful appendages, you can turn them into a pair of rustic candleholders with just a few simple plumbing supplies. More