A few Christmases ago, we were with friends that always handmade all their own decorations. Together we ended up making a giant red, green and white paper chain that went around the entire room. From that moment on , I vowed to try and make holiday decor instead of purchasing them at a store . It cuts back on costs, storage space and is fun to make! Plus you have the added memories of making them. The Fourth of July in the US is upon us, and the girl’s and I came up with a super cute Red, White, and Blue Abstract Shape Garland. No need for perfect shapes, the fun is cutting out random squares and rectangles. A perfect project for your little ones. All you need is glue, string and construction paper. We also made a “crown” with some left over scraps that the girl’s took turns wearing. We enjoyed celebrating a little early in the girl’s room with our new super fun and colorful Independence Day decor! Happy Fourth of July!
Denim Top by Baby Gap – www.gap.com/products/baby-clothes , Striped Dress by H&M – www.hm.com/us , Plant Basket by Hooyah Goods – www.hooyahgoods.com
What does your birthday party look like when your mama is Doub Hanshaw, a Creative Director at Free People? It’s perfectly eclectic, funky and fun. We are loving the relaxed rock and roll vibe!
Photography: Ashley Randall
For Leo’s 3rd birthday, one of our bloggers, Annelie Klein, went with a party animal theme. Don’t you love her modern twist on this theme? A classic theme with a fresh modern approach. We ADORE it!!!
Party Animal – Leo’s 3rd Birthday // Photography: Annelie Klein