Hope everyone enjoyed their weekend and are now getting back into the Monday grind. I had a great weekend! Went to a gorgeous wedding in the woods (pics will be in a blog later this week!), did some hair, worked, hung out with family that was in town, and my favorite part was getting our tree and lights up! It was so fun decorating, getting into the Christmas spirit while jamming out to some holiday tunes!
So much is happening in December! I know it will fly by! So here’s what you need to know for this week!
THURSDAY is our Holiday Soiree!!! A must be at event!! And just for coming, our gift to you is 20% off one item that night! Now for the important part……this is a dress up event! Your BEST HOLIDAY ATTIRE is requested!! You may ask why? Every half hour we will choose a winner, “THE BEST DRESSED”, and they will receive a $50-$100 gift card to either store!!! Here’s more info….
Looking forward to another busy and beautiful week!!! See you all Thursday and don’t forget to bring some donations in!!!!
Happy 1st full week of December!!!
Hope everyone is enjoying their Saturday! If you didn’t read yesterday’s post you must! So helpful! Kristin definitely did an amazing job and gave great insight to dressing for a photo shoot!
Well decorations are up an the Christmas spirit is in full swing at the store! Thought it would be fun to share how I did the amazing giant stars hanging in our window display! It was something I saw on Pinterest that they actually did on wine bottles. I decided I was going to try the technique on these giant stars my mom picked up from Home Goods or Kohls. Super easy! You could do this on just about anything to add texture, sparkle and a touch of glam!
You just need:
White spray paint (really could use any color you want)
All you do is take the spray glue and spray down the surface in which you want the salt to be.
Next take the salt an sprinkle over the sprayed area.
Allow to dry. You can shake off the excess salt.
Finally take the spray paint and spray the whole area in the desired color you picked.
And tah-dah!!!! You have a finished and fierce Christmas decoration!!!
Now I chose to add an extra layer of salt onto the stars. I sprayed the stars again and poured more salt over them just to add some extra sparkle. I felt when they weren’t spray painted over they gave an added iridescent look on top of the layer that was spray painted white.
Super cheap and such a fabulous decoration!! I’m going to try it on some wine bottles and maybe a few ornaments!!! Give it a try!! I took some pictures along the way to see the progress! 😉 Get creative!! Message me at email@example.com or comment me if you try it and let me know how it goes for you. Also suggest what kind of accessory/decoration you tried it on!!!
Today is Baby Kenny’s 8 month BDay!
This year has been full of firsts for Baby Kenny! I knew with Christmas right around the corner I needed to start doing the traditional family photos with my new little family! Here are a few helpful steps to getting ready for holiday photos:
1. The first step to the Holiday Photos was calling my favorite photography team over at Michelle Stromberg Photography and setting up a date, time, and an idea of a theme and location so I could start gathering outfits!
If you’re wondering why go professional?! Here is what Michelle‘s helpful answer…
I’m blogging LIVE from Primera Day Spa’s Mistletoe & Martini’s holiday event benefitting Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital! What a great turn out and night this is! And it’s just beginning! Apps, martini’s, fashion, jewelry, a DJ and much more all for a good cause! Primera is even doing live demos on some of their services! If you’re not here you should be! Event continues till 8pm!! There is a $10 entrance fee to be donated to the hospital! Run don’t walk! Here are some live photos of what’s happening right now!