Happy New Year's Eve, folks! Another year is almost behind us. I feel like 2011 was a good, but long year. It kinda dragged out near the end. For us, 2011 marked Luke passing the bar exam, getting a new puppy and spending our summer up at the lake. The later part included a horribly scary diagnosis for a loved one - which has been very hard to deal with. I hope 2012 brings new joys, healthy progressions and lots of luck. Here's how I "wrapped" up the 2011 holiday season...
Posted by Keg Design on Saturday, December 31, 2011|
Posted by Keg Design on Wednesday, December 28, 2011|
Merry Christmas Eve! I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. I wanted to share our holiday cards with you. I sent out three different designs this year. All of them featured our cute and cuddly puppy, Abbey. The first primary design is courtesy of Shutterfly (free stuff is always cool). The "Believe" design is one of my own and is available for sale on Minted.com. The last one is super funny and interactive. I found a perfect "naughty" photo of Abbey to place inside and the final greeting reads "Happy Holidays, anyway" - since of course all of the scratch off coins are heads!
Posted by Keg Design on Saturday, December 24, 2011|
I had a lot of fun decorating the mantel this year. I started out on Pinterest, gathering inspiration for holiday decor. A few of my favorites included this silver beauty and rustic topiary design. I wanted a Pottery Barn meets vintage look. Something a little eclectic to fit the aesthetic of our condo. I've always preferred traditional colors for Christmas (red and green), but like how the silver trees and white stockings modernize the look. Hobby Lobby was my greatest ally! I scored the stocking holders and stockings there, as well as the beautiful (artificial) garland. The topiary trees, wreath and ornaments were already part of my collection.
Posted by Keg Design on Friday, December 16, 2011|
Happy December! Not sure how the last month and a half got away from me, but it did. Its been busy. We've already hosted a couple of holiday parties, so the house is fully decorated. The halls are literally "decked" out. More photos to come soon.
Posted by Keg Design on Thursday, December 15, 2011|