50 some years ago, British models Jean Shrimpton (top) and Twiggy were everywhere and truly the first Super Models (although that term hadn't been coined). As you can see, they were sometimes covered in flowers. Flowers dominated fashion and decor. Let's have some fun seeing what was happening back then and how Flower Power is still with us today. It's amazing that such movements are still influenc...
With summer arriving yesterday, it's surely time to think about outdoor entertaining. I've fallen in love with the idea with having a garden party. Right now, it has to be a virtual party although we just got word that we can soon socialize in a bubble of 10. If I was having a party today, I'd love to use this pretty, garden-fresh tablecloth. If you're like me, you'll be surprised when you take a clo...
Are you under a "shelter in place" order like we are in California? Hard to imagine even a week ago, that it would come to this. I'm all for doing everything we can to prevent this virus from spreading, but in the meantime, the beginning of spring came last week. Maybe an easy Happy Hour will cheer us all up.
Happy Mother's Day! As flowers are given and received on this special day, how about some easy flower arranging? In one Happy Hour, you can create a stunning arrangement. Let's see what can be done with a simple grocery store bouquet or flowers from your garden.
Blogger Sarah creates this bouquet with flowers and greenery from Trader Joe's.
Have you noticed? White vases are suddenly everywhere. Springtime fresh, white vases bring a modern, crisp look to any room. And, they're easy to find - you'll see in dollar stores and IKEA. You can even make them yourself but more of that in a minute. First, let's look at how great they can look in any room.