Maybe you don’t celebrate Christmas. Or maybe you just want a different festive look for your New Year’s Eve gatherings, or prefer something not so theme-y, something that definitely works for the winter holidays, but for other festivities as well?
No, I’m not done with Holt Howard yet! First, let me just start off by saying that I have no idea what this particular pattern is called. It has all the adorable whimsical elements Holt Howard is famous for, as
So, I’m two days into this series, and still don’t have a graphic for it. Well, I do, but it keeps going wonky as a post header image, so I’m still working on it when I have a chance. Today?
So obviously, NaBloPoMo was a big, fat bust for me this year. (Edit: I have since removed NaBloPoMo posts in an attempt to streamline my entries and clean the place up a bit.) I really did give it a shot,
Manufacturer: Libbey USA Year Produced: approximately 1976 Earlier this fall while out thrifting, I came across these fun, festive, and super-cute Santa glasses, and of course I had to bring them home with me! I recognized them immediately as Libbey’s
It’s day six of #NaBloPoMo (Edit: most NaBloPoMo entries have been removed in an effort to clean the blog up a bit.) and already, I’m feeling a bit burned out. But it’s Saturday, and we get an extra hour, so