Baby Shower Printable Mega Pack

June 17th, 2014

 I’m so excited to finally announce this amazing design project that I’ve been working on these past few months (it’s so hard not to instagram projects as I’m working on them). Myself and 15 other talented designers/bloggers have been working together to create an amazing collection of Baby Shower Printables. 16-themes, and 440 pages of printable party goodness in one big mega printable bundle! Everything and anything you could need to create the perfect baby shower (or 16 perfect baby showers!).

The Bundle includes:

14 Different Baby Shower Theme Printable Packs

AND a Pregnancy Announcement printable pack

AND a Gender Reveal Party printable pack!

That’s 16 Baby Shower Printable Packs in ONE!!!

Yep, that’s right! 16 popular bloggers & designers created 16 of the most DARLING themed baby shower printable packs to help you pull off the most ADORABLE baby showers you’ve ever seen!

This baby seriously has EVERYTHING you could EVER want or need to throw the perfect BABY SHOWER that every new mother deserves!

  • 14 Different and COMPLETE printable baby shower themes? ALL INCLUDED!
  • 1 Pregnancy Announcement Pack? Got you covered!
  • 1 Gender Reveal Announcement Pack AKA Boy or Girl? You are set!
  • Matching Invitations AND Thank You Cards? You know it!
  • Banners and decor? Check!
  • Cupcake toppers and table tents? Just Print!
  • A non-cheesy baby shower game? Completely planned!
  • Matching party favors? Just a click away from DONE!
  • AND SO MUCH MORE!!!!! {See EVERYTHING below!}

All together – it’s a collection of over 440 PAGES that aren’t offered ANYWHERE else… only in this exclusive Baby Shower Printable Bundle!

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  GET IT NOW by clicking the “add to cart” button below.

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**These are digital printables that will be emailed to the Paypal email address you use to pay.

**All purchases of this amazing digital bundle are final. Please read the below list to see exactly what is in it.

 If you think you may need it later, but aren’t ready to buy, then be sure to PIN any of these pictures (and make sure that the links go back to this blog post, not just the blog so you can find this post again).

For my portion of the bundle, I created a soft and sweet gender-neutral theme called “You were MINT to be”.

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My printable set has things like cupcake picks, a banner, water bottle labels, straw flags, place cards…

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Michaels one-click projects – 4th of July Party

June 13th, 2014

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I was recently asked to be part of the Michael’s Makers team of bloggers, which basically means that I get to create and post projects on my blog once a month for Michaels, and I get to be part of a talented group of crafty women. I was thrilled to be asked to be part of this team, but when I saw what an amazing group of bloggers they assembled I was blown away that they asked me.
This month I chose to create these cute 4th of july projects with the help of the new Michaels.com one-click projects feature (which is ingenious).
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Michaels just recently launched their new online shopping website (long awaited for internet shopping junkies like me). One of the best features of their new site is the Projects section, where you can see projects and, with one click, add pretty much all the items needed to your shopping cart. Brilliant.
Surfing through the projects available, I came across a ton of great holiday projects, including many 4th of july themed projects. And because I love to plan a good party, my two favorite projects were these USA Mini Cupcakes, and Silverware Holders.
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I was able to easily add the items to my cart and then I only had to buy a few more items to be able to tackle these projects. 
Like a cake mix, coconut, and berries! This was actually my first time making mini cupcakes. And let me tell you, I don’t think I’ll ever make regular sized cupcakes again! They are so cute, and each cupcake uses like 1/3rd as much batter as a regular cupcake, so you get a bajillion cupcakes out of one cake mix. Perfect for my two little boys (the size, not the quantity hehe).
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 I also love that part of the project is displaying the cupcakes in the cupcake tin. So if you are taking this to a party, not only can you make several trays worth out of one cake mix, you have a super easy way to transport and display them.
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Black and Gold Powder Bathroom Reveal and Tile Details

May 12th, 2014

Mr. Project has been super busy with work lately (imagine that), and hasn’t had a lot of time to work on house projects. So we’re kind of living in this limbo state right now. And I want to share pictures of the house, but at the same time, I want to wait for everything to be finished and perfect. But it’s not finished and perfect yet, so I haven’t really been posting anything.

There are a few rooms that are done and ready to go, so I figured I might as well start there! I’m going to have a professional photographer come and do the whole house when it’s done, but for now you’ll have to enjoy my photography. The photos in this post were taken with my Nikon DSLR and a wide-angle lens.

Okay, onto the bathroom! Here’s the Powder Room Style Guide that I created for this bathroom. I got pretty close except the color pallet changed. And here is the bathroom from the black ceiling to the basketweave tile floor.

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And a little closer view:

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Originally I had planned on painting the vanity a brighter color, but towards the end of the build, decided that I was in love with the color black. So I painted the upper half of the room black (Restoration Hardware Obsidian), and balanced out the black with a white 3×6 subway tile wainscot (tile from BuildDirect). I finished off the tile with a piece of trim that had a dadoed edge to cover the top of the tile. I did this because it was so much cheaper than buying a specialty tile to finish it off with. I also like how it’s just a little more cozy feeling than a tile border. The wainscot is 44″ tall.

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On the floor I wanted a beautiful marble and basket weave tile. When I was pricing out all my tile, I realized I could save quite a bit of money by creating a border of field tiles (in this case 12×24 marble tiles from BuildDirect) on the outside of the room. Then the inside could be the more expensive mosaic tile. To bring some definition to the space, I found some skinny black pencil tiles at Lowes.

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I love the effect and think it looks more custom than if the whole floor was basket weave.

Because I wanted the black walls, I decided at the very last minute to paint the vanity off white. Mr. Project had undertaken the task to strip the whole thing in preparation for the new paint, and when I saw how beautiful the original wood was, we decided to stain (to make the color/grain look more uniform) and seal the top, and then paint the bottom for contrast. I would have loved to have the whole thing be the original wood, but I was a little worried with all the fine details that we would run into paint stripping issues and an uneven finish. I love the final product though, it really is a gorgeous and unique vanity.

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Behind the door is a hidden pocket or closet shower. I had seen pictures of showers with door entrances like this while I was looking for house inspiration, but I didn’t think I would have a spot for one in the house. When our framing was being done, we changed this space from a supply closet (accessible from the pantry) to a shower. I just love how it turned out.

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The jamb is made of marble (cut from 12×24 tiles), and the exterior casing is just regular flat door casing.

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We used the same 3×6 white subway tile for the walls and ceiling. And the marble basketweave for the floor.

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And a little bit of the marble on the inside of this recessed shelf. The bench top is from a remnant piece of quartz.

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I’m so in love with how elegant and unique this room is. Also, I totally spray painted the chandelier gold/brass!

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Mirror (24″x48″) – Ballard Designs

Vanity (22″x41″x36″) – found at local vintage market

Wood Stain – Minwax Espresso

Sink – Overstock.com

Wall Faucet – Elements

3″x6″ Subway Tile – BuildDirect

Marble Basketweave Mosaic Tile – BuildDirect

Marble 12″x24″ Tile – BuildDirect

Black Pencil Tile – Lowes

Toilet – Kohler Tresham

Paint – Restoration Hardware Obsidian (we had it color matched)

Sconces – Restoration Hardware

Chandelier – Lamps Plus (no longer available)

Grafton Train Rack, Towel Bar & Paper Holder – Restoration Hardware

 

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