Glitterfairy on PetTalk

Ooooooh!  We had so much fun!
Lauren Collier has a wonderful show 
with lots of furry guests 
but she always has room for the glitterfairy at holiday time...

We showed viewers how to doll-up their
pet's food bowls with glittery letters and stickers.
Watch for it this weekend on CT NewsChannel 12...

Fabulous. Furry. Fun.



Heading over to PetTalk...

Can't wait to see my sweet friend 
and host of PetTalk, Lauren Collier.  
Today we are going to decorate some pet bowls 
to go with the pet placemats we made 
on the last Valentine's Day show...

How adorable are these?... And so simple to make.  
Glittery letter and heart and paw-print stickers 
are easy to apply and will really jazz up 
your pet's Valentine's Day dinner!
(FYI - Got these great bowls at Walmart!)

And, the stickers will last for quite a while,
but are removable when you want 
to celebrate the next holiday.
These bowls are full of my kittie's dry food, 
but would look much better if I filled them 
with their favorite home-made treats, 
cut into heart shapes!

PetTalk is on CT Channel 12
and will run all next weekend.
Tune in!



Don't forget to add a hand-made tag...

to your sweetie's gift on Valentine's Day.

These are so simple to make.
Punch out or hand cut shapes from nice card stock,
punch out or cut smaller shapes of decorative paper,
glue down and glitter edges,
stamp a message,
and top with a bumblebee
(or a butterfly or a faux flower).
String up on ribbon
and tie onto a bouquet of flowers
or into the bow of your gift box.

Simple. Sweet. Handmade.


When you're ready to pop the cork...

...don't forget to hang a little something extra
around the neck of the bottle...
...something like...say... 
a sweet little silver glittered puffy heart 
with a big, fat, red bow, 
a chubby bumblebee 
and a banner that says "bee mine!"...

That'll send your message loud and clear...

Happy (almost) Valentine's Day...


A little Valentine's Day love...

Just sent a whole bunch of these glittery heart ornaments 
to a high-end jewelry store 
to gussy-up their windows for Valentine's Day.  
We used three sizes of hearts and three colors of glitter, 
and finished them off with the most magnificent 
double-faced Midori satin ribbon bows.
Ooh, they are soooo yummy!
They will be suspended on very thin, matching ribbons 
and will simply float like heart-shaped clouds 
--- rotating in the slightest breeze, 
adding a bit of sparkle to an already gorgeous shop.

Gosh, I love my job...