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We’re excited to share thefirst installment of a new series where we’ll be highlighting the homes of some of our favorite bloggers. We love the way they’ve used our products in their spaces， so we thought we’d bring these bright ideas to you!pillow case baby
Makeovers are always fun in our book! We’ll be honest though， they can really be daunting if you are planning on a head-to-toe room re-do. We have a makeover from Nicole Balch of Making it Lovelythat will make your jaw drop.You may even thinkthe before-and-after shots are from completely different homes.
Blogger Nicole Balch is updating her Victorian in Chicago and turned to our Sarah Storage Collection to revamp her wire closet system into a personal boutique. Don’t worryaccent pillow case baby canvas home and living， she left a little room for her husband’s clothes too!
She started out replacing the wall-to-wall carpeting with hardwood flooring. Why stop there？ Nicole made 3D models of her plan and went all out.
Psst —； you can plan the layout of your own room with our Room Planner!
The Sarah storage units showcase her clothes perfectly so she can see all of her options without any hassle， just like a store.
We love how the mirrored door unit can open up so you can step back and see your whole outfit come together.
Another great piece that Nicole has is the Petite Shoe Tower—；perfect for flats andheels. Every girl should have a tower of shoes! To top it all off， Nicole added some necessary glam with our Brass Tray to hold pretty perfume bottles， fresh (silk) flowers， and barrettes. We’re ready to play dress up in Nicole’s closet for sure!
Moral of the story： you shouldn’t be afraid to scrap a whole room and start from zero. Major makeovers can be fun and the result is always a reward.
Keep up the delightful decorating， Nicole!
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The Tooth Fairy Tradition is probably the only tradition that actually has TWO national days to recognize it. According to holidayinsights.com, ?It’s celebrated on either February 28th, or August 22nd. If you’ve got a little one in the house who is getting to that age when teeth are starting to loosen and big girl or big boy teeth are coming in, why not start a Tooth Fairy tradition in your household?
Sewing is an incredibly rewarding and creative skill to learn! When you know how to sew, you have the ability to express yourself through things that you make. You can create personal touches for your home, conserve resources by remaking or mending clothing, give one-of-a-kind unforgettable gifts, design your own wardrobe, and feel an incredible sense of accomplishment for making something yourself.
"Baby It's Cold Outside" and time for those wonderful homemade soups and chill's to keep us warm. But hot soups in glass bowls can be uncomfortable to handle. Protect your hands with these super cute Soup Bowl Koozies. These Koozies are fast and easy to create and they make wonderful gifts for the special people in your life. Just add a bowl and a soup mix package and you have the perfect gift.