Whether its cute little containers you have saved from a destiny of rotting away in the landfill, or odds and ends vessels accumulated from garage sales, thrift stores, and flee markets, this is the perfect way to make sense of random containers and turn them into a “collection” that seems purposeful and worthy of being displayed in your home.
Via: Apartment Therapy
Via: Style Me Pretty
Via: Design Sponge (I think:)
“I DID NOT WANT TO REMEMBER THAT.”
“Alright. So, I leave, then you leave in fifteen minutes, and then…then this forgotten.”
“Man, that sun’s being a huge dickhead right now.”
“All I know is that we ended up racking up a $300 tab at a Belgian beer bar. This headache is the most expensive thing I own right now.”
In keeping with this weeks theme, here is an adorable idea to help up your street cred as the tooth fairy:
Check out this beautifully simple and perfectly planned winter birthday party via one of my favorite blogs for stylish party ideas: The Sweetest Occasion
This could be such a fun idea for a kids birthday party, for those of you who don’t live in perpetually sunny Southern California at least:) Kind hard to scrounge up a backyard frozen pond in these parts:(
Every parent has a different strategy for keeping drawings and notes created by their kiddos. My mom had a special drawer for all our artwork where our masterpieces were stored after being displayed for a week or two and she kept and continues to keep notes we have written her over the years in her cookbooks. I plan on adopting the cookbook note storage plan but really love this idea seen on Apartment Therapy for displaying a large quantity of your kid’s artwork all at once. I think it could also be really cute to put them in order to show a progression in talent, lol.