Tea Party Ideas | Personal note - Love that the tea in this picture is Marco Polo, a tea I managed to bring back from Paris, so fruity and delicious.
Looks so warm and cozy. I love the tea lights on the shelves! This is a small room like ours!
This hair color is so rich—like ribbons of honey and caramel. It has lots of pretty low-lights that frame Sienna's face in the most gorgeous way.
FINALLY!! This is it! Been trying to find a suitable office layout that is FUNCTIONAL. Love the lights under the shelves...and of course
The HMK 561 is a carbon fiber bike with special electrical properties that hold power right inside the frame. Carbon fiber is highly conductive so the designer uses it as a power distribution network instead of wires. The power drives the lights and the motors in between the rims but get this… there’s regenerative braking. All that energy drives a system that turns the wheels using a counter-turning axel in lieu of gears and chains.
this is sooooo cool!!!! a log with tea lights, decorative leaves and mini pumpkins Sweet!!
Upcycled AriZona Green Tea Hairbow. This is cute! I did this too but instead I cut the tan into a rectangle and put it in a picture frame.
Crafted by Solholm in Bornholm, Denmark. I love that the teapot stand that has an opening for a tea light. I would cherish this set forever.
Love this! I initially thought "well, I'll never get to have some thing that expensive but that is a recycled bed frame used for a rustic drop spot. With decorative shower curtain hooks you could hang purses, book bags, calendars, keys, wreaths and so much more. (plus... I have that same type bed frame in my garage taking up space) :)
I love Christmas music and I love spin, so this week, I decided to combine the two. (I also love Christmas sweaters, scarves, snow, and boots, but could not quite figure out how to work that into my brilliant plan. I seriously considered wrapping my spin bike in Christmas lights…I still might.) This is a …
I love this. This is a great way to remember all the people that shared in your day!
I love making use of chartreuse plants to lighten up shady areas, or for contrast. Shown here is a plant that I use in many spots in my landscape, Japanese Forest grass. This variety, 'All Gold', lights up in this beautiful perennial garden..Doug Harrington
How cool is this? Glow in the dark dust that lights up your lawn and garden!
That is a real man. Love is all that is needed in life
Whole Oven Roasted Broccoli Recipe - this is a side dish that everyone in the family will love!
Now THAT is counterspace. Love the chandelier over the dining space, the pendant lights, the tiny pot lights, the fact that there's a
LOVE this idea!! All I need is a glass drill bit and some Christmas lights and I'm off to having gorgeous lighting in my home...
I love this idea of creating a bulletin board display of Christmas lights with the title "Books Make You Bright!" Have your students create large lights so that they can write about a book in the bulb section.
Doctor, is that a Hidden Mickey?! OMG! I love this...