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Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Modern gift ideas for the eccentric in your life


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Everyone has a friend or relative that’s… ‘special’.

I know you know what I’m talking about.

They’re fun to be around but a pain to shop for.

Here are 5 quirky gifts ideas for the eccentric in your life:

1. Give them a pet that can’t die. Thomas Paul Goldfish Linen Pillow, $94.

2. A robot that doesn’t require batteries. David Weeks Cubebot, starting at $25.

3. It glows in the dark. Hybrid-Home Limited Edition Print, starting at $40.

4. For the cat lady. Elizabeth Paige Smith Kittypod Mini Standard, $98.

5. For those who like gags. Heather Lins Home 3-D Eye Chart Pillow, $95.


Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Gift ideas for the hipster who has everything


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The hardest people to shop for during the holidays are those who have everything.

My solution?

Get them something that accessorizes items they already own and love.

Here are 6 holiday gift ideas for those who have everything and enjoy living the bohemian lifestyle.

1. Jonas Damon Tool Set , $95.

2. Thomas Paul Big Business Pad/Tablet Envelope, $38.

3. Thomas Paul Orinthology Scarf, $120.

4. Singgih Kartono Magno Wooden Radio, starting at $150.

5. Vers Iphone Shell Case, $40.

6. FUZ bags, starting at $39.


Friday, December 3rd, 2010

3 tips to get the kids to STAY at the kiddie table


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Getting the kids to stay seated at the kids’ table is one of the most challenging tasks of any parent during holiday festivities.

Whether you’re a parent or simply a host to guests with children, these 3 kiddie table ideas will help you keep those tiny bums in their seats!

1. Available in playful and grown-up prints, these placemats from Modern-Twist are “the bee’s knees.” Nurturing the inner artist in every child, the mats are doodle-friendly with the use of washable or dry erase markers.

2. Make the kids feel like important guests. Use these adorable picture frames from DwellStudio as place cards.

3. Use craft paper instead of a table cloth and let the kids go wild with the new DwellStudio Stamp Sets. Available sets in Baby Farm, Baby Zoo and Baby City.


Friday, December 3rd, 2010

Tips on how to set a chic holiday table for less


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There’s something about that holidays that makes people want to gather and celebrate. You probably want to have a little get together to entertain some friends in the next few weeks but you don’t want to spend too much money setting your table.

After all, you need that moola for purchasing gifts.

1- Wrapping paper as a table runner.

Use a plain table cloth or fabric and then make it fabulous with patterned and/or bold wrapping paper. Cut wrapping paper with pinking shears to craft a runner. Use double-stick tape to secure the runner to the tablecloth.

2- Inexpensive votive holders as flower vases.

You can spend a lot less on flowers by doing this. Place one or two buds in each holder.

3- Print personalized menus as place cards.

You can type it up on any word processor using nice font, print it out on regular print paper and glue it on to colored card stock.

4- Make a burlap table runner in under 10 minutes.

Just cut the burlap to size and pull on the ends to create the fringe. Add ribbon on the ends for a finished look.

Image sources: 1. Real Simple, 2. Frolic Blog, 3. Charmed Events Planning, 4. Project Pretty.


Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

DP in the News: k studio Round Face Male Pillow on Design is Mine


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Inspired by the white winter that will soon be here, Design is Mine put together an inspiration board of all things ‘snow white’ and included the k studio Round Face Male Pillow.

Thanks Design is Mine!


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