It's been a few weeks since I shared the big reveal of my brand new Dream Closet. At that stage, I was curious to experience the day-to-day of my new space. Would it function in the way I wanted it to? Would it actually make getting ready easier? Turns out the answer to both . . .
When I was working with California Closets to design my new dream closet, I knew I had to integrate my favourite colours. You know, the colours you feel most connected to? The ones that bring you happiness? Rose gold is one of my favourites, so I wanted to incorporate it . . .
I'm so excited to finally share my closet transformation with you! I have to say, I feel like I'm 50 pounds lighter. It's like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. In fact, I think I shed close to 100 pounds of stuff! There is something about clutter and . . .
My dad built our son Wyatt a beautiful sensory table this spring. At first glance, it's a cute, kid-sized picnic table. But when you lift the lid, you discover a pair of engaging, attention-grabbing sensory bins with materials for Wyatt and his friends to touch, smell, see . . .
My friend, Edmonton Designer and Florist Cory Christopher and I chatted at the Jasper PJ Party back in March about collaborating on something for Easter (Cory was there teaching classes on floral design and I was hosting). We wanted to create a beautiful yet simple Easter . . .
We've dubbed this the 'Toddler Table'. The adults aren't the only ones who get to have fun! Did you see the Easter brunch 'Grown-Up table' my friend, Edmonton Designer and Florist, Cory Christopher and I put together? Well, we wanted to create something special for the kids . . .
I'm so thrilled to have my good friend Jackie Whitson as my first guest blogger! She's a mom to Lilah and Rowan, wife to Joell and woman about town. Jackie and I met seven years ago doing work with Movember Canada and have been great friends ever since. She posted a . . .
Full disclosure: Wyatt was only really interested in doing this Toddler LOVE craft for about five seconds. He's one-and-a-half, so I get it. It's a good thing this only takes about ten minutes to make! Even though we are a few months away from crafting being something he may . . .