Thanks for all of your votes on the fireplace eye candy. They were all gorgeous, weren’t they? So hard to choose, like many of you, I couldn’t pick a favorite!
The hardwood floors are coming along beautifully! Every day feels like Christmas with the progress they make each day – today they got most of the stairs completed, and it is like a night and day difference! I’m extremely happy with the results I’ve seen so far, and I’m anxious to put our house back together again. Here is a preview…
Daylight savings time is making picture taking more and more difficult with my limited hours of light these days. I promise better photos on the full reveal. 🙂
Now that we’re headed into the holidays full steam ahead (I even heard Christmas music in the store the other day), it’s time to think about holiday photos and holiday cards. I don’t know about you, but I tend to avoid family photos
like the plague because they usually end up with me as a hot mess and the rest of the family complaining about having to dress up and pose for the camera. Nevermind that the odds of getting a photo where everyone looks happy, alert and composed (with eyes OPEN), are about 1 in 10,000,000,000.
One of the tasks in the whole family photo process is that of outfit coordination. I’m talking beyond the white shirt and khakis, people. And thankfully, there is lots of help out there. Google “family photo outfits” and you’ll get all sorts of fantastic ideas.
This one is really cute, even though the mom appears to have been in a magic show accident of some sort…
Of course, once you finally get that money shot of the fam, you want to make it look as stylish as possible for you holiday cards, right? That’s where Tiny Prints comes in with 10 FREE holiday cards! Just enter the promo code HOLIDAYCHEER. I mean, how cute are these holiday cards? Just insert you and your fam, and BAM! Awesomeness!
Or this multi-functional beauty. A card-turned-ornament.
Loooove this one.
I seriously could spend hours out here perusing styles for my holiday cards. Who am I kidding? I do spend hours, agonizing over holiday card styles, because they’re so darn cute! Perhaps that’s why my cards typically arrive after Christmas… I’m really trying to get ahead of the game this year though, I swear.
Thanks again to Tiny Prints for helping us get ahead of the curve. Again, 10 free holiday cards – a $24 value – now, through Tuesday, November 13th at 11:59pm PST. Just enter the promo code, HOLIDAYCHEER.
Here are the legal deets:
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Lisa @ Shine Your LightNovember 9, 2012 at 2:17 pm
Jenny!!! The floor looks A-mazing!!!! So exciting.
Thanks for sharing about the Tiny Prints deal….I ALWAYS need more than I originally order, so I'm going to do that right now!
AnonymousNovember 9, 2012 at 6:47 pm
LOOKS GREAT !
Jennifer @ Dimples and TanglesNovember 12, 2012 at 5:46 am
We just did family pics last weekend…twice! The first round didn't turn out so well so we went back another day. That was a barrel of fun! (kidding) Thanks for the card tip, Tiny Prints are so cute. Off to check them out!
Darrel SaulMarch 2, 2013 at 2:00 pm
Hardwood floors always look great, they are also good for increasing value of your place.