December 14th, 2012
I’ve got to be honest, I ran out of energy for the gift guides. But today I’m sharing the last one : for the little ones in your life! They might be my favorite to shop for…there are just so many cute choices.
Hope you enjoy and get some ideas! Time to place those last orders real soon, right? ;)
P.S. Yesterday I was on la la lovely sharing my favorite presents this year…check it out!
LINKS: Cashmere baby blanket from J.Crew $228 (a splurge, but I’m pretty sure that would make for a pretty happy baby), felt veggie set from Land of Nod $39, Joli Dotti Sand shoes from BRIKA $39, red handmade seahorse from BRIKA $15, bunny mittens from Oeuf $40-48, Oeuf baby glasses sweater from J.Crew $84, wooden toy camera from Little Sapling Toys $29, DwellStudio skyline pillow $40, Little Darlings prints from Animal Print Shop $25+
January 17th, 2012
Obsessed. Wouldn’t these cake pops turned confetti shooters be fun for a kids birthday party? Or maybe I could just shoot off confetti every time a guest walks in the door? : )
(photos by Sharon for you are my fave)
October 27th, 2011
Remember that new venture I told you about a while back that I haven’t mentioned in a while? Well I’ve been a little busy, but Three Cheers Creative is still making progress! We are beyond excited to have our first blog feature ever! Check it out on The Sweetest Occasion!
The photo shoot was for a kids birthday party with an old school theme inspired by the movie The Little Rascals. We had so much fun brainstorming and executing ideas. It was also our first collaboration with other business owners, which is just as fun as I imagined! Three Cheers Creative led the concept + decor. The wonderful Moni Rose designed and made dresses, bowties, & napkins, Emily Kuh took photos, and Bloom Bake Shop provided the sweets + pretty setting. Hope you enjoy!
P.S. I would be tickled if you liked Three Cheers on facebook and followed us on twitter! ; ) xoxo
(Photos by Emily Kuh Photography)
October 4th, 2011
I’ve decided I want to start collecting vintage sheets. Preferably floral. Because I love them and because they have so many possibilities for DIY projects! For example, this magical tent… (tutorial here!)
(Photo via grosgrain fabulous)
October 3rd, 2011
I just love the concept of creating a space where your kids can roam free in creativity. Isn’t this space the perfect example? With organized supplies, a chalkboard wall, and a way to display finished pieces, you have a great place for imagination.
(via kate’s pencil box)
September 21st, 2011
A couple weeks ago, I had a little photo shoot with our nephew because I’ll take any excuse to take photos, let alone of this cutie patootie. He is such a sweetie, and although my back hurt by the end of the weekend, it was worth every second. : )