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kah shop: use our wrap for tiny adorable gift boxes

Don’t be fooled, our wrapping sheets are more than meets the eye!We have seen you use them in a variety of fun ways including envelope liners, lamp shades, contact paper, wall art and more. When we saw these adorable tiny little boxes without any clothes on a trip to Papersource, we knew we had to help them out! How would you use our wrapping sheets? shop gift wrap: bessie / dueces / weekend blooms / long weekend blues / weekend cocktails / fig life / une femme 

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á la maison: how to shop with your soul

image via Yes, retail therapy is a real thing. I get it. The longing. The thrill of the chase. The ultimate payoff when you make it yours. Sometimes a little instant gratification and impulse is totally warranted. This is totally ok a couple of times a year. It is like having that extra cocktail...on a Monday...before the kids get home. For all the other days of the year shopping is actually just another form of soul work. The first thing you should be asking yourself before any design project in your space is How do I want to feel? What do I want out of this space? What will I do here? Do I want to feel energized? Relaxed? Inspired? Thoughtful?...

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inspo: how observation becomes inspiration

Do you ever stop to see the magic that is in the seemingly mundane? Travel has and always will be a big part of who I am and how I find inspiration. However, I am in a season of life right now that does not allow for the carefree travel that I am used to. Yep, motherhood will do that to you for a minute. It is just a season, and a wonderful season that I am embracing fully. The lemonade part of this is that I am reconnecting with the magic of the everyday. The magic of the everyday with my baby. The magic of routine. The magic of the seemingly mundane. There really is magic all around us.The gift is to be able to know...

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á la maison: why design should not be a "high pursuit"

images via An intuitive designer is part coach, part teacher, and part therapist. Everyone needs and is worthy of a well designed life. Design should not and is not reserved for people of a certain means. Just like everyone should wear clothing that fits their body, everyone should and deserves to live in a space that is a reflection of who they are and how they want to feel. In my playbook this means a few things:1. We all deserve and need to live in a clean space. It does not matter if you are a more-is-more kind of a girl or a total minimalist. To me, this is a matter of health and well being. Now you don’t have to...

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