Filled with all sorts of things you might need in your classroom or your car like vitamins, gum, band-aids, stylish kleenex, drink powder, lint roller, wisp brushes, and of course, a shammy. Everyone needs a shammy.
The baby quilts in this antique dresser drawer were special because one was Mom's baby quilt and one was Dad's. How sweet is that?? Perfect for the vintage theme of this gender reveal party.
Every party needs a banner.
Rolled tissue flowers on foam core were used for this question mark on the old reclaimed barn wood wall.
I love this old door with the shelf added to make it functional. One basket held tie pins. One held tutus. These were cut out with the Cricut machine. Each guest guessed (ha!) boy or girl by choosing a pin and wearing it.
I don't know why I don't have a picture, but we revealed the gender with tubes of confetti thrown at the couple.
Need TV storage? If you are like me, you are not OK with the TV above the fireplace. I like to decorate my mantel and the TV is not exactly pretty. This is the perfect solution for where to put the TV. Especially if you don't have a fireplace.
Why not repurpose a big ugly china cabinet into a TV cabinet?
Remove some doors. Take out some drawers to make shelves for the Blu-ray player and DVR. Or VCR if you swing that way.
Elfie found my Mini Instax camera last night and tried to take a selfie.
He didn't do a very good job.
He didn't even get his face. It's just a blur.
You may have noticed this is not our usual elf, Sparky.
I hate to say, I almost forgot that it was time for elves to appear even though Christmas is everywhere. And I thought I knew where our elf was. I know I saw it recently. But now I can't find it. GASP! In my defense, we moved recently. So, Sparky is buried under boxes somewhere and can't get out. Elfie is my mom's elf and I think he is pretty cute.
But he better stay away from my camera.
At least until he learns to take a decent picture.