I love having a bunch of kids over for the holidays and celebrating life! For spring and Easter, everyone came over and we had an Easter egg decorating party.
My first thought was what on earth is inside of those little tablets of dye? I decided to go for the all natural dye this year. I started researching how to make all natural dyes and the more the clock was ticking closer to party time, the more those tablets were sounding like a good idea. Luckily, I came across an all natural dye kit on Williams Sonoma website! Even better they were on sale, so I swooped up a bunch of these adorable kits. I especially loved that they came with egg cartons for my guests to take their eggs home in. They also came with the little wire egg holder to dip the eggs into the dyes, making it so easy.
I also bought some other kits from Williams Sonoma that came with glitter, stickers and a bunch of other goodies to make our eggs extra delightful. I just didn’t use these dyes and just used the ones from the all natural kits. A little mix and match.
I wrapped my table with white construction paper and set up little stations all down the table for everyone to decorate.
I set out my mason jar drink dispenser filled with water and sliced strawberries, oranges and lemons for everyone to sip on. We made some brown rice tortilla quesadillas just to be super easy.
I also ended up buying the Williams Sonoma ceramic egg crates to keep my pretty eggs nicely in the fridge. And with those all natural dyes, we can even eat our pretty eggs.
I hope everyone is having as much fun as I am with the beginning of spring!
I was at a photo shoot at a studio in Santa Monica about a month ago when the amazing Peter Savic, who gives my hair some of his magic touch when I get so lucky, took me next door to a Japanese paper store, Hiromi Paper Store. I fell in love with the store which has the most beautiful and delicate papers. Dangling from the ceiling are these dainty and whimsical Japanese paper balloons called Kamifusen. I didn’t even know what they were but I had to have them! I bought a bunch of them and blew them up when I got home. I have since found so many beautiful ways that people have displayed them. I have been meaning to make a garland out of them to hang in my daughter’s room. They are so beautiful and special I just had to share!
Photos from Pinterest.
Black and leopard are the ultimate timeless style combo! When designing our Kardashian Kollection for Sears we wanted to create pieces that you guys wouldn’t wear for just one season, but items that you could wear all year round. Obviously my sisters and I have a soft spot for leopard print… it stays in style from season to season and you can go all out or add a subtle hint with a cute clutch, wallet or shoes.
All of these items are available now in Sears stores and on Sears’ website.
How amazing is this Stella McCartney baby outfit?! I can’t wait for Mason to wear this!! It’s so comfy so I think he will wear it as his chic baby pajamas. I love how excited I get when Mason has a new pair of pj’s.
Mason and I ran into Bel Bambini on Robertson. The little sleeping angel slept in my arms while I shopped for him.
I am wearing Citizens of Humanity jeans, Balenciaga flats, Balenciaga bag… I’m not sure who makes my t-shirt (I stole it from Kendall’s closet, sshhh). Mason is wearing Ralph Lauren shoes, H+M pants and white linen 3 Pommes shirt.
I am loving boyfriend jeans at the moment. They are so easy to wear and really comfortable… perfect for running errands or going on a shopping trip. I’ve been wearing them everywhere recently. How do you guys feel about boyfriend jeans?
One of my favorite things in Mason‘s room is his white leather Vola Glider by Monte. I have spent lots of time with Mason in this glider from feeding to storytelling and I am so happy that I picked this one! I was a little hesitant with getting a white one for a baby’s room, but the leather just wipes right off and looks like perfection.
I love it so much I even got one for our stay in Miami. I love sharing my favorite’s because it is so hard to know what’s good until you really spend some time using it.