Saturday, October 27, 2012

Let Us Eat Cake Marie Antoinette Pink Cameo Wedding Invitations and Pink Peony Boxes

We're so happy to say that these are such a great hit with brides, Marie Antoinette Birthday theme parties and even christenings and Sweet 16.   Having each one in an envelope or box to give out to your guests makes them just that much sweeter.

These are available in several colors for custom orders, so never hesitate to ask us about customizing just for you.   We're showing the Pink Peony envelope box but these come in solids of every hue if you're not a pink girl.   Also this invitation would be gorgeous in a silk box or a folding invitation jacket with crystal buckles and satin ribbon.   Let us create a masterpiece for your next soiree !

{Available with matching die cut tags and wrapping papers.....soon to come in larger 6ft. and 12' rolls and 30" wide !!   We're so excited !! } 
or our Etsy Shoppe at

PS. I know my mother would of adored these she loved pink so much .......Happy Birthday to my sweet mother who would of been 97 today ! xoxo

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Paper Nosh Pumpkins and Kittie Loves Skeletor

Pumpkins we grew at the Paper Nosh Studio
King Louie the 19th with his new love.....Skeletor

Well Fall is in full swing and I have harvested the pumpkins we babied to death all Summer......hundreds of gallons of water later I have my darling little and not so little orange globes.   It's not easy to grow pumpkins.   The first large Cinderella was stolen one night.....and the others we practically wanted to put an alarm onto them to keep them safe !   So here they are.....I love them so much.   I know I could go down to the grocery or to a pumpkin patch but there is something fun and magical about growing your own.   It's amazing how much they grow in one night.....the fairies must dance among them and sprinkle some sort of magic dust.   We thought we saw them a couple of times but they are very private about their activities !

Then there is one of the studio cats, King Louie the 19th.....he loved this 'Skeletor' the minute I drug it out of it's box.....he slept on it for two days before I finally had to tell him that it was for my decorations....he reluctantly gave up his new love.   Today I saw him trying to jump up and catch it as it swung from the tree in the front yard. :))   Oh kitty love.....even better than puppy love !!

Wishing you all a wonderful and totally magical Halloween.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Moods and Appetites Featuring Paulettes Rococo Chandelier Wrapping Papers

• Louise Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun’s Self-portrait in a Straw Hat was her ticket to the Royal Academy, a boy’s club of painters who had admitted only one other woman. It solidified her success as one of the most skilled and prolific artists of her day. In a career that spanned more than four decades, she painted 660 portraits of nobility and notable personalities, including Marie Antoinette and Lord Byron. After fleeing France during the Revolution, Le Brun continued to paint the aristocracy in Russia and England. Her portraits have an ease and softness that casts her lofty subjects in a human light. She gave her women a sense of dignity that no male painter could achieve. Her gaze in the Self-Portrait of 1782 is both direct and relaxed, while she holds a palette of fresh paint and a set of brushes. She wrote and published her memoirs, which you can read in their entirety here.

Paulette’s Gift Wrap has a Rococo-inspired chandelier print on a light pink base.

Coco’s Pink Cameo Necklace pairs a cream-and-rose cameo with dark green brass leaves.

• This Italian 1930s Straw Hat by Fanciness Vintage frames a bouquet of millinery flowers with dark navy ribbon.

Katie’s Pink Flats are covered with ornate lace, pearl trim, and swarovski crystals.

Mo’s French Macarons. Need I say more?

******This lovely post was created by Katrina at MOODS AND APPETITE'S Blog......thank you Katrina for this lovely post including our Rococo Chandelier Wrapping Paper.

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