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Archive for September, 2008

Ok, everytime the new issue of Domino Magazine comes out I’m fawning over the pages from cover to cover.  Imagine how excited I am about their new book, Domino the Book of Decorating.  I’m sure you’ve heard other blogs announce their eager anticipation and excitement over this book, add me to the bunch, but also add this to your booklist. 

 Plus check out one of the latest feature to the site My Deco File.   You can look at other files and create one of your own.

{images from Domino the Book of Decoration & Amazon.com}

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I always love when brides come up with creative centerpieces for their weddings.  While flowers are lovely, this centerpiece stuck out to me today.  If you have a picture of a creative centerpiece or an idea you’d like to share please do, send me an email.

{discovered here}

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I’m Sorry

I’ve been a bad blogger by giving you one post last week and neglecting you for the rest of the week.  I’m sorry.  This week I promis I’ll be better.  With that said, its been a bit hectic here at the PSC studio.  I think we’re back on track and promise to give you some lovely things to enjoy this week.

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This delicious fall-themed dessert would be the perfect way to welcome the season.

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I was looking through all the new and lovely things at Paper Source and discovered the book, Just Write. This book is an inspiring guide detailing how to write the perfect note for any occassion.  While I’m sure you always have the right words to say, this is still a lovely little book to have on hand.

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DIY To Try: Covered Paint Cans

When I saw this easy DIY project  from Design Sponge and thought wonderful this would be as a decorative element for a party.  Find lovely decorative paper from places like paper mojo, shop heidi or paper source {for starters} that work into your party theme and colors and fill with decorative blooms or party trinkets etc.  You could also make smaller ones and mix big with small for centerpieces.  The ideas are limitless. 

{image from design sponge}

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I love the elements of this purple board.  it’s fun it’s romantic and has a little bit of edge

{details: brides; martha stewart ; the knot}

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