Children’s birthday invitations can be really fun to do yourself. Here is Ruby’s for her 5th birthday.
I know I have an advantage of being a photographer and having an in house graphic designer extraordinaire like ERIKA JACK but with digital cameras and programs like iphoto and picassa I encourage you to give it a go.
Here are some years past for extra inspiration…
More at a later date….when I can find them!
All images via Jan Roden’s site, for more go here.
We were in Florida this week and I picked up some Moroccan Oil. I have been reading about how awesome this product is for your hair for months… so I could not resist when I saw it. I have been using it for about a week now and I am about to buy a jar for all the ladies in my family.
It is awesome! My hair is softer and shinier than it has been in years.
Moroccan Oil hair products get their claim to fame from argan oil, the signature ingredient in each of these beautifying blends.
Argan oil is made from the nuts of the argan tree, which grows only in Morocco. Berber women work in government-funded women’s co-operatives to harvest the nuts and press the oil. The nuts are smashed to reveal kernels, which are then ground into a paste and hand kneaded to release the oil in a time-intensive process that demands several days work for a single liter of the oil.
Argan oil is native to Morocco and has long been treasured for its restorative properties. In its homeland of Morocco, argan oil has long been treasured for its beautifying, restorative and age-defying properties. The oil is extremely rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, nutrients that are key to healthy hair. Argan oil softens and strengthens hair and helps repair stressed tresses. For centuries, the people of Morocco have coated their hair, skin and nails in the oil. In addition to the benefits of argan oil, Moroccan Oil hair care products feature silicones that help fight frizz and add shine to the hair.
I tried to order it so we could sell it at And George but they only sell to hair salons. Does anyone know if any salons carry it in Charlottesville? If not, they should! Go get yourself some!
We have always been crazy for antique vellum books, Jannie has quite a collection. They are hard to find and never cheap so when we spotted these reproduction vellum books we were all over them. The best part is they are affordable $22.-$32.!!!