The Cottage Journal feature

I am so honored and thrilled one of my favorite e-projects was just featured in the Winter issue of The Cottage Journal.

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I know many of you enjoy that magazine and I was so happy when they inquired about Willow Wisp Cottage.  The homeowner Andrea’s style and look goes with their publication so well and it was a perfect fit!  Andrea is in CANADA and The Cottage Journal and I are both in the South…yet via the good ol’ internet we were able to work together AND get this published without any of us traveling.  It doesn’t hurt that Andrea is a great photographer and home enthusiast..She has such a good eye and ability to execute..all she needed was  a few sources and ideas and she was off and running!

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This was before


And from the family room..the flow with the wainscot in the hallway is so nice!

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These lights over bar are placeholders..we had brass lights there but they are going to her new can see the brass pendants in the photo below.


We used oil rubbed bronze dark cup pulls and knobs on the outer cabinets and brass on the island hardware to tie back to the brass pendants.


I love the good ol PB Bolton Lantern over the island…and that countertop on island..she had such amazing local craftsmen doing work like that..i love how their home has some stained woodwork and cozy feel but white cabinets too..such a great combo and it really illustrates how you can  have both..the little craftsmen cabinet doors at top ties it together i think! It’s like those pages in magazine where they say “what is different” well its the lights over the bar..both look good actually!  Which are your fave?

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I love her  coffee bar!

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And the counters…oh wow her counters.  Its Danby marble from Vermont  oh yes it is!


Just at the contrast with the island top!


View  into her family room..all we did was add the bird prints and slipcovers and a few fabrics…Andrea already had the rug.

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And her dining room…I had my signature buffalo check drapes sewn here in Texas and shipped to Andrea!

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She bought the table locally in Canada and the chairs are from Ballard…woohoo Ballard Designs for shipping to Canada!  The light is Pottery Barns anouk which i have used a lot like the Bolton they work well together!  This home is so pretty with so many great bones…the floors, the coffered ceilings the woodwork so it was a joy to work on and with you can see she is an awesome stylist and photographer…thank you for letting be involved Andrea!


You can read all of the details about the renovation on Andrea’s blog here and here! In many ways the elements are simple and on trend (but classic I do believe), subway tile, white cabinets, marble mixed with wood counters and touches of brass, but each kitchen has its own soul and Andrea’s home certain has soul and warmth! And I think you can find the issue still on stands! Thank you again to The Cottage Journal!

Ivey Inspiration

I have to admit I don’t see a lot in the shelter magazine that I just love these days.  Boy I sound like an old fogey but hey I will be forty  *cough cough* in like six weeks so hey maybe it is an age issue.

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Everything just seems a little too bright and ikea and just lacks soul to me (and that is from someone who loves Ikea and color)…..BUT i must say this February Issue of Better Homes & Gardens has something I love (can we believe the February issue is out…i was just wrapping gifts) Anyway, WHERE have I been, I love Kathryn Ivey (and my friends and faves Milk & Honey Home are also in this issue..whoop to my Atlanta girls,  y’all rock, they have gotten so much press lately and they deserve it!)  So get this issue, it is actually worth buying.

These are all from pinterest or her website and show Ivey’s fresh but still collected and great look.

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The fact its a DC row house (talk about soul and charm) as a backdrop doesn’t hurt. I love the exposed brick and no mantle. And the hex tile in the entry..OMG i love that with the number!

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The hats remind me of what Becki and I did at Old Glory..and you know i love the rug! And the botanical chart with red in her kitchen..oh can see more of her kitchen on the Everygirl blog tour.


In the article it says that Ivey and her family moved out of the row house right after this sad..except they moved to PARIS!  Such a good layout..of course the styling was by Jessica Thomas and images by THE Helen Norman so it had to be good..Good job BHG y’all check it out in’s even better!

THE NEST Project

I am going to start out the new year telling you about a fun project.  The Nest is a bed and breakfast project I worked on with my friends Jay and Sally White of Brenham, Texas. The Nest is 14X28 (392 sq’)  Each room is 14X14.  The structure is an old motor court that sits next to their charming home and garden in the countryside of Washington County just miles from Round Top!


I got to know the Whites when Sally was my son’s third grade teacher.  She is an amazing teacher and we just fell in love with both of them.  Jay helped me with a tree project at our previous house and my recent boxwood acquisitions at our new old house (blog post forthcoming).  Jay’s day job is at Houston’s MD Anderson Cancer center but his passion is organic and heirloom gardening and he and Sally love collecting antiques and vintage. And not just your typical old stuff, they like funky stuff like lucite and weird art and art deco.  To sum it up, they are cool!  Going to their house is happy and fun just like they are…they have chickens, and the color red is everywhere and there are plants and bugs and the boys and I both love it!  So when they asked me to help with polishing up their little bed and breakfast venture I was thrilled to help!  Sally and Jay are so funny..they laugh a lot and are self depricating in the best way.  Jay and I were like two pre-teens at the mall shopping and giggling while working on this project and Sally is such a good sport putting up with our shennagins and excitement.


This is the bedroom area of The Nest… with comfy and colorful bed!  Jay bought yards of this Ikea fabric a while back and we used  it on drapes and bedskirt. You know I had to throw in a red tolix chair (actually Jay painted it and Sally’s childhood desk). Jay did the art of their daughters… I love the style!  And the old letters and letterpress print . . . . I love that Jay and Sally let me do so many little funk gallery walls.


I love the color in this room and that big fish!


So many fun vintage toys and books..they had so much to work with and style.


Check out the cool lighting and this mid century dining set! Yes those are my fave bamboo tortious shades from you can find them here.


To find out more about booking The Nest visit here and to find out more about Jay’s work and garden blog visit here.

Photos by the talented Natalie Lacy Lange.  Natalie blog at The Shady Acre.

Happy New Year!

Wow I can’t believe it’s New Year’s Eve!  Like many of you, this year has been a roller coaster for me..lots of ups and downs (puppies, moving and more) is life right?! Right now I want to focus on the best as I look to 2015.  I know God sees the hard times and pain and I going to let him carry that right now and be thankful for the awesome things 2014 held and believe there will be much more in 2015. I know HE will be with me in all of it..the good and the bad.  And that is my prayer for you. That you have peace as you review the good and not so good of 2014 and look forward to your new year! You are NOT alone. GOD SEES US and loves us even when it does not feel like it! Even when you feel so alone. So chin up buttercup  and now on to fun!

Some of my best business memories (mostly biz but def some family milestones this year and my fave people at the end)….

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Thank you to all of the wonderful clients and families who have allowed me to work on your homes this year.  There is no greater honor for me as a creative…special thank you to my Maine clients, the Stinson family who were so gracious to share their home with blogland, the Guidry family, the Kriels in Bryan, the Taylors in the Woodlands, and Holly Kuhn of Old Glory Antiques.  Her home’s feature of my work in Country Living was a highlight. And every other client from the smallest consult both online and local.

A special thank you to the amazing colleagues that have formed my inner circle, my boos…the ones that help and text and work with me to make this all happen everyday:  Leslie my asst, Becki Griffin the superstar stylist, photographer and friend , Jenny Johnston I want to be you when I grow up, my bff Camille, my favorite shops Leftovers, Renovate, Tall Plants, and Pressing Events. And my seamstresses Susie Bronikowski, Monica Hancock, Gracie Wilkins, and the slipcover artistry team at LS Slipcovers led by the amazing Laura Seibert. And last but not least my beautiful mama who plays taxi service and amazing nana to our boys.

Y’all have ALL blessed my career but more importantly my life!

Happy New Year to you each and every one!

More Christmas tour

Sharing a few more… Hope y’all are enjoying shopping and baking;; My garland may not make it till Thursday.  Remind me next year, must. get. artificial garlands.


First off,  you may still have time on Amazon to buy this book on my coffee table below! It’s called “One Man’s Folly” and it is about an amazingly talented man..and Julia Reed and Bunny Williams do the forwards..It is so so interesting and good.  I wanted to do a “favorites thing” shopping guide but I never got to it..that book would have been on it along with these little blue and white boxes from High Street Market (wishbone is from there too) and you can see my slipcover pleats from the amazing LS Slipcovers.


The boys don’t hang out here much so this table works okay..I would not have attempted it even a year ago but they are growing up a bit (which is good and bad)

On to the kitchen!


I do have to show this corner of my kitchen because it is so bright and fun and one artificial wreath made it even better (Hobby Lobby can you believe it)…nothing says Christmas like red chairs. So glad I can enjoy them year around! In the kitchen area I just added a little boxwood wreath, some bottlebrush trees(my go to), and a Christmas watercolor of our first home.


My papertowels, soap and coffemaker are out and island not styled but oh well…it’s worth it to show you the new “under the sink” skirt I had made by Gracie!  Love it! Taking off those sagging cabinet doors and replacing with linen has made me happy!  It’s on a rod so I can remove and wash if needed but I haven’t in months and it doesn’t really need it.  I still want to stain counters’s on the list; Below the blue cabinet from Leftovers got a little boxwood wreath.

bluecabinetcollageA few from the dining room.  This room is so hard to photograph because its in middle of house and not a lot of light.  But I do love this room…we eat all meals here, very few in kitchen.  The kitchen table is more for homework; I love the pine table but also the country chandelier from Circa and the white linen drapes with beautiful tape.  They were made by Gracie’s Custom Interiors and she did an amazing job…they are lined and interlined! She did so many amazing things for our new home.  The little sink skirt above, shades in the entry I need to show you, and of course the camelback sofas that she and Laura and I collaborated on! Thank you again Gracie and Laura for all of your help with my house.  They, along with my local seamstress Susie Bronikowski and Monica of Monica’s Custom Creations, really did help me pull it together just like I had dreamed.  Truly y’all thank you.

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Colors are a little distorted trying to salvage a photo…forgive me; Yes  added more audubons, these were on Melisse’s clearance table and I am so glad I snapped them up…I had planned to put the somewhere else but love them here.  Melisse is my print dealer friend that lives in Baton Rouge and comes to Round Top. She is such a good source for so much!


My only Christmas decorations in here are a few bottlebrush trees on the console and Christmas cards over my makeshift “bar” and garland on hutch.


I’ve had so much fun adding cards everyday…y’all blow me away with your cards.  I was amazed little tiny close pins would hold them to this tobacco basket but it works! The skirted console is an old pottery barn lateral file that Laura at LS Slipcovers made me a gathered slip it!


On to the study.  I can’t believe we fit a tree in here but we did….its the 7.5″ Stratford Spruce from Balsam Hill.  I put my plaid ornaments in here (I painted the hoops black and added a darker brown plaid to ‘manly’ it up).  We sit in here so much and I can see it from kitchen so its nice to have a tree in this space too. I like Balsam Hill’s Stratford Spruce because it is a bit narrow but not so narrow you feel like its dinky know what I mean.


and from my fave chair! and with no lights!


Thanks again for taking the tour.  I still have so many details and rooms to share but our main downstairs rooms really feel somewhat “done” and comfy and homey! And that is what it is all about…HOME and your people….not the stuff.  We all know that but it’s good this time of year to just say it don’t you think?


I received a preview of Boomama’s next book this week and the cover struck a cord in my heart.So Merry Christmas y’all.  Enjoy being in your home with your people.  It doesn’t matter if every corner of your house is perfect (or every person) just hold on tight to your loved ones and remember the source of all of our blessings.  My friend Tara Royers Steele used this verse on her Christmas card and I keep thinking about it too . . .

Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers a multitude of sins.  Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling.  Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. 1 Peter 4: 8-10

Wow, yes indeed!

Mini Christmas Tour

Hey y’all.  I know I am running late sharing about Christmas decorations in our new home but here I am with a few shots. We did just move in less than 6 months so give me some grace here…these also aren’t great photos but better than nothing right?


I will be honest it takes some adjustment when you move, get a taller tree, and don’t know exactly where you are going to put too but as I always say “it takes time.” SO if you just moved or this is your first Christmas in a new home give yourself a break.  It will take time to figure out how you want to nest your home for the holidays but you (and I) will get there!  It doesn’t all have to be down pat THIS YEAR RIGHT NOW! (preaching to me;;)

With my entry table (which was a desk I had cut down and topped with marble) I couldn’t decide between poinsettias and baskets or just plants.  I think I may have texted a couple friends about whether are not poinsettias are “granny” and only for church and bank vestibules?  Started a poinsettia debate. Your thoughts?  I can take it;  Seriously I think I was craving some color and just bought the dang poinsettias and now I have them and they are red which I love. I did find some burlap little covers in place of the foil wrappers.

I also love these empty frames and framed Old English writing page I have as art on this wall..but it doesn’t photograph well. (especially when you are shaky and too lazy to get out tripod) But I do love it in person and that is what matters! You can hardly see it, but I also love the clear acrylic tray I have my nativity set sitting inside…it keeps it flat and intact and looks cleaner than the greenery I had underneath at first.


I need to paint one more frame in brass on that wall!

And looking into the study, our favorite room in the house!


The wreath is from Balsam Hill like all of the outdoor wreaths on windows and the garland on banister is basil from Williams-Sonoma, I had it last year and loved it but it has already dried quickly this year.

Onward to the living room, I have never had anything over a 7.5 tree..but now we have a 9 foot tree and its more to decorate especially when you are barely over 5 foot! But it is worth the extra work! I do love my tree from Balsam Hill, its the Stratford Spruce and the lights and on off switch are the best and its not super big in diameter but not dinky either.  I do think the branches are a little hard to attach ornaments but I think like the rest of a new house and new things is just getting used to it.  I did use the silhouette ornaments that I have blogged about so many times…I nearly retired them but just had to get one more year out of them and the boys haven’t complained (yet)…


Recognize pillows? The toile is made out of the fabric in my old living room drapes, I had just enough scrap for two pillows.  I want to do some amazing fabric maybe bolsters or lumbars on these sofas I just haven’t been able to commit yet…

I did little boxwood wreaths on the sunroom windows (which is rear of house) to mimic the windows out front….love that cheery ness and it has worked fine with raising and lowering blinds. I love these antique pine pieces in this room from Leftovers.  They really hold up to the boys and daily use.


This room gets a lot of wear and tear, this is where the wii and xbox and snuggling all take place…that’s why we need lots of blankets, basekts and Christmas books.


Back up front in the living room, just bottlebrush trees on the piano, I love bottlebrush trees. You can get a glimpse of my plank ceiling in the above photo but not much.  The check is my favorite buffalo check in the linen colorway from Calico Corners.  I had them made custom and the hardware is custom too (in this room only;;)


and hearing Christmas hymns being played!

The tree is actually behind one of the sofas and I am used to having it as focal point centered on windows…have to adjust my ways;; And it works I think because it’s a taller tree and I love that we can see it from dining room and kitchen. I am also used to a mirror over the mantle and put a wreath over it most years or word art but  now I have “big bird”… I love my Audubon from my friend Melisse at Campbell’s Melange and couldn’t bear to put him away for Christmas…especially since we finally have it hung properly…it was leaned for months.


My decorations look somewhat the same as they have year after year because I have the same stockings, same ornaments etc…that is comforting isn’t it..even when you are in a new house you have memories and part of your history with you in your books and Christmas ornaments etc!


I will be back later in the week to share a little bit more. Good luck mamas with all your Christmas chores this week!

{Balsam Hill did sent product to me in exchange for my review}

Southern Artist Deann Hebert

I recently started following this artist on Instagram, not sure how I found her but I instantly fell in love. I think the cotton caught my eye…love me some cotton whether its in art, wreaths, decor or textiles. So I started following her and fell in love with her work and story.

Deann Hebert and I share a deep love for the South, its people and culture so I knew I had to feature her here on the blog.

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Isn’t she beautiful?

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And look at her workspace…it’s an old mattress factory near Franklin, TN.  You can see a tour here. Her studio was also featured in the  most recent issue of Where Women Create magazine. In the article for WWC she said “to me the heart and soul of the South is found in its people and places, and my work reflects the warm hearts and weathered faces of its folk and the sweetness and elegance of its landscape.  From my studio inside The Factory, I continue to add layer upon layer to my own uniquely Southern story.” See why I had to share…this girl, this woman is special AND talented.


This piece below is called ROOTS and that is what her work is all about…Roots in Southern culture and the meaning and importance of the places and things that bind us all together: cotton fields, old churchs, landscape and on and on . . .

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I am trying to find a spot for a piece of her work in my house but until then this one is going to my assistant Leslie tomorrow (Merry Christmas best asst on the planet!)

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This is one of my favorites….called “Southern Appeal”

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These large originals are wonderful (40 x 40 I think) and one was even in an HGTV Showhouse….but she offers giclees in other sizes and prints as well…This is her shop..this would be such a good Christmas gift (hint hint)…

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And I love her her branding and logo, I am always drawn to that as well, it is on trend but still her..she is so authentic and true to herself, really inspiring to me as a business person that you can stick to your guns on style and direction and still do well. God blesses authenticity. So glad I found you on Instagram Deann, I wish you all the best with you art and journey! Learn more about her art, studio, home and story here on her website.


December Sale on Mini Consults

As a way to say thank you and express appreciation to my clients and readers, I am offering Mini Consultations (which involve 3 questions) for $275 entire month of December! You can read more about a mini consult here and you can contact Leslie and I through the website here or email to inquire… This is for online only!


In January the fee will increase to $395. You can prepay now if you want to do the consult later because of holiday chaos…a mini consult also makes a great gift so tell your hubbies!

Christmas Light

I haven’t even started decorating trees inside (they are out of box and lights are it weird I like them naked) but we finished the exterior this weekend! Y’all this is a big deal for us because we put out a few wreaths on our three windows and one door in our other house and did a little light up things here and there or luminaries in jars but we never had lights on our house…gasp shock I know!  We just both grew up in the country and didn’t have them growing up and never saw it as a priority but last year our oldest put the grip on us with “but how will people know we love Jesus if we don’t have Christmas lights on our house??”  Ouch, good one Drew..way to work your mama! So I vowed “next year I will hire someone to put lights on our house, I won’t beg and prod my hardworking husband to add this to his list I will just take care of it and scrimp and save and do it as a gift to my family for the Christmas season” and I did.  And it feels good.  It’s not much, just one strand on the roof and some trees wrapped (oh how i want to wrap the branches too…maybe next year, apparently its time consuming and costly;;) and a little nativity but here you go..

Our new old house with LIGHTS!


Next year hopefully our sidewalk will be brick and we can do lights around beds and sidewalks…hmmm net lights on rounded boxwood might look good too….look out Clark Griswold!

I worked with Juan Cuellar of JC Landscape to do this and he was so nice! He worked with my budget and didn’t seem to mind I couldn’t go nuts or overboard. I highly recommend him his number is 281-932-9159  just was hard for me to find someone and I didn’t want to add the project to my husband’s busy schedule or risk him on roof;;


A view of some of our big tree trunks can see our awesome neighbors across the street got colorful..i love looking out my kitchen window and seeing their gingerbread house! We did use these wreaths (Stratford Spruce 24″) from Balsam Hill (yes they are blog sponsor and I am grateful and excited to be trying out their products this year so far very pleased) so these wreaths have battery operated LED and they are pretty bright don’t you think?  I used the same garland over door too! You push the button on battery pack when installed and hung and then they come on and stay on for four house and then off 18 hours.


So deep heartfelt thanks to Balsam Hill to helping us make this dream of lighted wreaths on all windows come true, it honestly probably wouldn’t have happened without the blog/advertising partnership so I am thankful.


We also did a little nativity area on the side of the house.  I have always loved these simple silhouette nativity cutouts.  So I ordered this one from Amazon and honestly I was a little sad when I saw the size;;; We had it in the front at first and it just looked to small and wrong scale with the house so we moved it to the side yard and our neighbor Jessica was looking out her window and realized it was reflecting on the house and let us know my hubs played with it enough moving it back and forward to make it larger and centered.  SO easy and so cool.  Henry had to get in on the scene for a bit and play a giant wiseman!


Too funny huh?

Okay and a few shots of daytime and I will stop;


I did just use regular old outdoor red Christmas ribbon for bows and we had to screw them to the wood window sash because our screens don’t come off easily to hang them from inside.  But if you can take off screens or don’t have any that is a good option.  This blog has a great post on hanging wreaths on windows. I also did paint my door darker (or I should say my friend Reuban did it;) And I maybe need to make bow on door larger (hey its Texas) my bow making abilities aren’t great but it works! And I am still loving these planters from Renovate. These  stripe ribbon on topiaries I ordered from Midori. My topiaries are eugenia (spelling that right) from Tall Plants in Houston….they are doing well!  They just need WATER!


So there you go… the beginning of our first Christmas in our new home! I will start decorating trees inside tomorrow hopefully. Just two…we have always had just one but we love sitting in our study so much we are doing one in there too this year.


I also want to continue to just drive home the point that I love our new home and Christmas in our new old house is so fun but I am always aware there are so many without homes and hurting all around this world.  I know that isn’t why you come to my blog or visit my site to hear that but I want you to know I am grateful and don’t ever want to present a perfect picture.  We still have bathrooms that need remodeling, some old wiring to address and our own personal struggles.  Just wanted to say that.  I also wanted to share one of my favorite worship songs ever.  I honestly have been struggling a lot with faith questions and pain in my life lately (wow this got serious fast). I have frankly been pretty angry at God.  But I still know to my core He loves me and He is faithful and He sent Christ and then his Holy Spirit to help us bear pain this broken world can bring us and learning to identify with some of his suffering is strangely a blessing..I am not a theologian but I am a lover of Christ and I haven’t given up on God the Father.

    Light of the world, You step down into darkness.
Opened my eyes let me see.
Beauty that made this heart adore you hope of a life spent with you.

And here I am to worship,
Here I am to bow down,
Here I am to say that you’re my God,
You’re altogether lovely,
Altogether worthy,
Altogether wonderful to me.

King of all days,
Oh so highly exalted Glorious in heaven above.
Humbly you came to the earth you created.
All for love’s sake became poor.

Pressing Events Big Sale

My friends at Pressing Events are having a big sale this weekend with deep markdowns on select, retired Mackenzie-Childs, some Crane monograms notes and other printables…even some Conseula bags and more…  they are making way for some big changes, EXCITING changes so go by and get in on the close out of some cute stuff!

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{note the stag isn’t on sale but don’t we all need a check him}

This below is my fave, the Mackenzie-Childs courtly check in enamel, it’s so classic.  I had never wanted any because I had always lived in a house with a check floor but now I am in the new old house I am craving some checks and I think plates in this pattern will be perfect touch of check I need…Ok so this isn’t on sale but Pressing Events always has it lots (fyi cute husbands) of this pattern in stock! My faves the canister set with brass accents and the teapot!


Pressing Events is located in City Centre area of Town and Country…next to Pronto! and not far from Kendra Scott, PaperSource, Anthro, Sur la Table on one side and just down the way from Pottery Barn and Barnes and Noble in the main Town and Country shopping area…Its so easy to find off tollway and I-10 and memorial area. They have paper, baby items, wrap, wreaths, Christmas ornaments, my fave Barefoot dreams wraps for adults, candles and more.  And they are nice.  Nancy and Victor and Edward are the kindest…They will do custom Christmas cards for you with a million emails and tweaks and never make you feel rushed.  They are the old time type storekeepers.  Class acts.


This Casapri wrap looks like Scalamadre wallpaper to me!  LOVE IT…of course the things I really like aren’t on sale but a lot will be!


And I am sorry this fuzzy but had to show you the courtly check WRAPPING paper from Mackenzie-Childs..they have it at Pressing Events..not on sale but its available!

These select Mackenzie-Childs pieces that are retired ARE on sale…love me a fluted edge don’t you? And a check!


More on sale

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And lots of amazing paper IS on sale..these Crane folded notes are marked down.I love this font forever!


 More that IS on sale, holiday scent Tyler candles and notice more stacks of paper ready for printing!

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Pressing Events in Town and Country and yes I am proud to have them sponsor my blog! They will be closed Friday but open tomorrow on Saturday from 10-5 pm!!!!! Come on Houstonians, shop Local!


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