Thank you all for taking such good care of our sponsors. I have had terrific feedback from them! Please take a moment to visit their sites! I think you will find that they each have something unique to offer.

This company makes some amazing jewelry. This is  jewelry that will become a family keepsake passed down from generation to generation. The Fine Art of Family is always in fashion at this beautiful web site featuring the distinctive lockets and image case jewelry and gifts of professional photographer and designer Monica Rich Kosann.

Monica is a gallery-exhibited photographer specializing in black and white portraiture of children and families. Inspired by her visits to antique shops and flea markets, Monica would find and refurbish vintage lockets, compacts and cigarette cases and use them as gifts to display her client’s photos.

When demand grew, she began creating her own line these modern day heirlooms, many by the original craftsmen who created the vintage pieces. These distinctive vintage-inspired pieces are designed to be passed down to the next generation.

A favorite of A-listers from Katie Holmes to Madonna,the jewelry is available in Sterling Silver or 18K Gold, and designs range from a traditional two picture locket detailed with Monica’s signature floral pattern to an embellished half locket on a black silk cord to bracelets that showcase four or more your favorite little faces.

In addition to the jewelry, there are wonderful gifts and home accessories such as Sterling Silver image cases that can be tucked into Dad’s briefcase, key chains, money clips, hand-engraved frames and custom items to commemorate a milestone event.

Don’t wait until the last minute this year! Get your holiday cards ready to go now. This year Peek-a-boo Paperie set out to design a holiday card line that takes a fresh look at an old tradition. Throughout the line they have maintained a fun festive edge to really make people’s photos stand out!

Peek-a-boo Paperie came about when Jill set out to design a birth announcement for her niece that really reflected her little personality. Jill’s niece was introduced to their family and friends as being “Born to Rock”. In the process of creating that announcement she discovered a passion for designing cards that are fun, whimsical and really speak to the animated nature of babies.

Peek-a-boo Paperie is also the first birth announcement site where parents can literally drag photos of their babies onto the announcement and resize / rotate the photos online. This way you can see how your photos will appear in the announcement as well as pick and choose which photos you want to use.

Please take a moment to take a peek at  Peek-a-boo Paperie !

Little Window Shoppe is a website that highlights sweet shoppes and creative crafts & projects that you can make and they top it off with fun bright ideas for your home & family.

I found the instructions to make these cute button rings and button barrettes and many more fun crafts.

They also have a free guide for Sweet Little Shoppes where readers can “window shop” through the shoppes listed and shoppe owners can submit their boutiques for free too.

Emily is also a graphic designer and has several free blog templates you can download and beautify your blog.

Be sure to go and check out all her fabulous ideas, shops, and designs.

Looking for party ideas? Crash this Party is your site

Crash This Party is a great new web site where people can share their fabulous parties with all the details. Along with a written description of your party you may also post photos. There you can let your creativity shine as well as get new ideas for your next great party. Share ideas on invitations, decorations, tablescapes, activities, and entertainment.

Thinking about throwing an Autumn Dinner Party? lLook to to Crash this Party for inspiration.

I found cute ideas for glass markers, invitations and decorations.

I loved this awesome photo banner for a child’s “Milk and Cookies” themed  birthday party.

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