Thursday, December 26, 2013
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Ok, yes I am getting gifts for my 3 little lovelies and there are a ton of ideas I want to share with you here. But, I also want to say that a lot of the items in the Target "kids" areas caught my attention and I want to add to my Christmas list:)
The classic toys I grew up with:
*Cabbage Patch Kids
*Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head
*My Little Pony
I love giving something that reflects my kids culture (India). So I was REALLY excited when I saw these adorable dolls by Heart 4 Heart that were from all over the world! I'm getting my daughter the Indian doll! It comes with everything, the doll, info about the country and a little necklace for your daughter. Plus, they have extras you can buy with more clothes, a trunk and more! Great brand!
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Check out my instagram feed for more fun items I found that adults will personally LOVE!
Like the Kid Made Modern section at Target which has DIY projects that I want to do!
*Sorry for the confusion. I thought this was a giveaway post and found out today it wasn't. Stay tuned for more posts with giveaways for Target! Thanks!
This post is brought you by Target, but all opinions and content are my own. Follow along with #MyKindofHoliday
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
This was an amazing interview I recommend watching.
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Take an additional 40% Off everything and for the first time ever, take an additional 60% off all clearance merchandise for 2 days only.... Tuesday, November 26 and Wednesday, November 27
Beat the Lines and stop by starting Friday, November 22 to reserve your merchandise ahead of time! Then pick it up at your leisure.
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Our core members include Artists, Photographers, Graphic Designers, Jewelers, Fashion Designers, and Purveyors of Home Goods.
We host a variety of events, including sales that showcase our members' work.
We have opened up a pop up shop at 129 Rivington which will be open Tuesday through Sunday through December. We carry all different kinds of products, a curated selection of the things our members make. The merchandise rotates, and many of our products are one of a kind pieces. I'm happy to provide photos of any of the stuff we carry if you're interested.
Here is a current list of our members:
Dalila Pasotti - hollowdancer.com
Hana Nakamura - mycoa.com
Artemis Millan - artemismillan.com
Naomi Azuma - theknothouse.us
Nicole Portieri and Francesca Mor - emamusa.com
Yuki Matsuo - allyoucaneatpress.com
Teri Brajewski and Anisa Romero - interiorprovisions.com
Sara Alviti - sisnewyork.com
Tricia Kirkland - triciakirklandjewelry.com
Aria Rivera - ariaisadoramade.com
Maya Gorgoni - royaljellyharlem.com
Stephanie Arpage - stephaniearpage.com
Jasmine Urzia - Radice Officina Erboristica creams
Keetja Allard - Photerian candles, perfumes, scents
Mercedes Hart - De La Meche jewelry
Molly Langmuir - A Likely Story jewelry
Alexis Greene - beaded gilded skulls and printed lace plates, and provide a lot of the cheer leading .
Monday, November 18, 2013
Ford is having "agents" showcase how the Ford Fiesta moves them. Here are a few videos that catch my attention and I thought others might be interested in seeing. What do you think of this car? Would you rock it? If I didn't have 3 kids that need to be in car seats and getting so much in my car I would so check this out! Until I'm down to one car I'm just sharing:)
*Videos seem to work better in Safari on MAC's.
Check out more videos like these at fiestamovement.com.
This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for my participation. The opinions expressed are my own.
Sunday, November 17, 2013
I'm used to spending Thanksgiving with my family and sadly, this year my husband is away from us and next year we will be in India. So, being with family is very precious and so are traditions that remind us of our family we might be away from. For my family, certain special dishes are what remind is of our family. Every holiday season my mom makes homemade dinner rolls and Kenny Rogers cornbread that everyone is just waiting to have:). I've started to make the same for my family every year as a staple for the menu each year.
What do you do to dress up your holidays? What are your traditions?