A while back, I posted a plea for help in my quest to find Mint Wrapping Paper. Luckily, you guys are awesome and led me to Spoonflower where I was able to easily purchase the color I wanted for a little home project. I realized I never shared how it turned out, so here is my little “moment” side table project in my living room:
Covering your books is a great way control the color palette in the room. Plus you can pretend you’re reading something sophisticated instead of Tori Spelling books.
I had a dinner party on Saturday night and it was my first opportunity to use these napkins my friend Andrea got me last month. They are not only beautiful but PERFECTLY match this large octopus triptych I’ve had for years:
This made the perfect touch to elevate an otherwise casual evening with friends. Plus it’s not wasteful like using paper napkins, so you can stroke your ego for being environmentally friendly at the same time! I loved these so much I tracked down the store on etsy who makes them and ordered more.
They’re called Oh, Little Rabbit and have a great assortment of cloth napkins, grocery bags, dish towels and more.
I LOVE buying from local artists vs. corporations so you will probably see a lot more etsy links on here. Target already has enough of my money.
Come on, you have to love her Blurred Lines pun.
At least we all know which performers married Jewish!
Honestly, my mother-in-law is a living doll and I think it’s awesome that she stays current with music. And her opinions are fucking gold.
* this was no doubt a mass text, thus the reference to Alana.