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02 Dec

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I am a bit obsessed with Minted's new line of party decor supplies.

Minted always ROCKS but when they apply their spot-on indie design to party supplies, they really know how to close the loop when throwing a party. The patterns, the color palettes, the pieces, the wording. Love it!

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Perfect party details for any occasion - a birthday or holiday party, a baby or bridal shower or a New Year's Soiree, no matter what party package you choose. See the full collection here.

Chock full of artful goodies - bunting, garland, signs, confetti and even centerpieces and stickers - it's like getting a Pinterest board starter kit in a box!

Cheers!

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Photo source: Minted

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20 Nov

catherinezadeh

I was drawn in by the texture and color palette and then they had me at Hope. Believe. Carpe Diem.

I am loving the collaboration between New York jewelry designer, Catherine M. Zadeh (better known to be found in Barneys or Bergdorf Goodman) and Restoration Hardware. Of this comes the chic yet rugged "Words to Live By" collection of uber cool bracelets.

Even better, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Kids Wish Network, an international charitable organization dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories and improving the quality of life for children experiencing life-altering situations.

I heartPink everything about this.

Cheers!

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14 Nov

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Drink wine. Give to charity.

ONEHOPE wine has been popping up at a number of celebrity weddings and events lately. And for what better reason than 50% of the profits are donated to charity. So awesome.

I love that what was started by eight friends as a personal mission to help a friend who was fighting cancer has turned into a thriving business based on a simple principle: giving back is good business.

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Now one of the most recognizable cause brands, ONEHOPE has raised over $750,000 for a wide range of charities. An effortless way to make a difference...and more proof that passion is powerful.

This unique label is available in hotels, restaurants and in retail locations in select markets across the country. You can always visit ONEHOPE online and see if they ship to your state.

Let's give everyone hope and make a toast to ONEHOPE!

Cheers!

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Photo credit: ONEHOPE

 

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12 Nov

firstsnow

I melt every time I see the chic, romantic designs from the Etsy shop, The First Snow. 

I simply adore the custom cake toppers but The First Snow really knows how to do chalkboard with perfection. LOVE their signage.

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Everything is hand-painted then digitally converted for printing. The attention to detail and ability to use custom colors to match your celebration makes for the most charming accents.

Super sweet yet a touch vintage...and a touch rustic.

Cheers!

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Photo credit: The First Snow via Etsy

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07 Nov

Felion

Labor. Art. Ingenuity.

Inspired by the American Dream, Wisconsin artist, Alisa Toninato has created the coolest hand-crafted iron skillets on the planet.

With my strong Midwest roots, I am always partial to anyone who has had residency in Minnesota or Wisconsin, and Alisa and FeLion Studios is no exception.

I love her notion of utility art and her connection to DIY scene, hometown culture and American optimism. I love that she built her own small operation iron art foundry. I love that she uses old-school techniques of wood patterns and two-part sand moulds to pour her cast-iron skillets.

I just flat out love these pans. (And so does Martha Stewart. Alisa was recently named a 2012 Craft Honoree for the American Made Awards.)

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Okay, so I can't stop dreaming about these pans. Envision the ultimate Wisconsin grilled cheese made to perfection in one of these seasoned skillets. 

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Some of the original pans are for sale but I was excited to learn that she contracted with a Twin Cities foundry to manufacture the "Cook with Pride" Wisconsin skillet - with Minnesota and other states to soon follow!

Made in America. (Quite beautifully, I might add...)

Cheers!

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Photo credit: FeLion Studios

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