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The Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking: Decorating, Dining, and the Gratifying Pleasures of Self-Sufficiency--on a Budget!
The Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking: Decorating, Dining, and the Gratifying Pleasures of Self-Sufficiency--on a Budget!
With The Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking, it's possible and even convenient to create an inviting space for living and entertaining on a budget. From unique decor ideas to growing strawberries on your fire escape, Kate Payne shares fun, low-cost (and often free!) creative solutions that will make anyone feel more accomplished in minutes.
Inside this savvy motivational guide filled to the brim with small-scale creative home projects, Kate's tongue-in-cheek tone will keep you tuned in to her much-needed advice. In three easy sections, you'll learn how to create a comfortable space while being time- and budget-conscious. Section One, Home-ify Your Pad, features quick, convenient ways to make your place cozier with low-cost, special touches to help you tap into and show off your inner artist. Section Two, Impressive Acts of Domesticity, teaches how to impress others (and yourself) with the gratifying pleasures of self-sufficiency—a first-time guide to cleaning, sewing, repairing, and other previously out-of-the-question tasks. Section Three, Life After Restaurants, frees you to release the take-out menu, avoid pricey bar tabs, and entertain others in the space you've so thoughtfully and gorgeously created.
User-friendly "how-to" sidebars, illustrations, and tips and tricks throughout the book offer easy-to-follow recipes and do-it-yourself craft suggestions for making your home hip, comfortable, and inviting. Keep in mind that this is not your grandmother's handbook and it's not the kind of wisdom your mom knows how to impart. Modern women need a modern approach to domestic pleasures—a guide to doing household things on our own terms, because most of this stuff isn't as hard as we've been led to believe. Don't worry, she's not asking you to host Tupperware parties or iron your underwear. But as all beginning home keepers know, a sure fire way to feel bad about ourselves is to consult Martha Stewart. So ditch that 2-inch thick handbook, dust off your pots and pans, and join Kate on this journey to incorporating creativity and self-sufficiency on the home front.

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Decorate for Dax
Decorate for Dax
Decorate for Dax Reported by: WMBD/WYZZ TV Meg Marshall Wednesday, Nov 4, 2009 @05:08pm WASHINGTON, Il. - The community of Washington, IL is shining a bright light on one of it's youngest members - make that a lot of bright lights! For the past 18 months, 2-and-a-half year old Dax Locke has been figting a losing battle against a rare form of leukemia. In a show of silent support, his neighborhood is asking you to Take Action for Dax this holiday season. "He really likes lights, that's where this all started," said Dax's mom Julie Locke. Neighbor Marc Hurtgen said "When they realized how little time they had, they decided to celebrate each day like it was Christmas." Because now, every day is precious. "We don't have much time left with Dax, don't know if he will make it to Christmas so we wanted to have Christmas early," Dax's mom said. Dax spent his past holidays in a hospital bed at St. Jude Children's Research hospital in Memphis. Now that he's home, his neighbors are pulling out all the stops to give Dax a Christmas this community will never forget. "It's neat to see how everyone pulled together to support Julie, Austin and Dax... all about supporting them," said neighbor Marc Hurtgen. In the last five days, one by one, Dax's neighbors are putting up their red and green finery and stringing up lights by the thousands. The message is already spreading beyond Dax's neighborhood, through the website decoratefordax.com "You can submit your pictures online to be posted," Dax's mom said. "We're making a book for Dax to look at lights." As we move into the season of giving and thanks, Dax's family is asking you to spread his light and his story to your neighborhood. And to remember those who won't be spending the holidays at home with their families. Neighbor Marc Hurtgen says "It's important you put your lights up because we want your neighbors to ask why, then tell them what St. Jude has done for Dax." "I would just really like it if people would donate to St. Jude," said Dax's mom."That would mean the most to us this Christmas." You can Take Action for Dax by submiting pictures at decoratefordax.com.
Decorate for Dax
Decorate for Dax
Decorate for Dax Reported by: WMBD/WYZZ TV Meg Marshall Wednesday, Nov 4, 2009 @05:08pm WASHINGTON, Il. - The community of Washington, IL is shining a bright light on one of it's youngest members - make that a lot of bright lights! For the past 18 months, 2-and-a-half year old Dax Locke has been figting a losing battle against a rare form of leukemia. In a show of silent support, his neighborhood is asking you to Take Action for Dax this holiday season. "He really likes lights, that's where this all started," said Dax's mom Julie Locke. Neighbor Marc Hurtgen said "When they realized how little time they had, they decided to celebrate each day like it was Christmas." Because now, every day is precious. "We don't have much time left with Dax, don't know if he will make it to Christmas so we wanted to have Christmas early," Dax's mom said. Dax spent his past holidays in a hospital bed at St. Jude Children's Research hospital in Memphis. Now that he's home, his neighbors are pulling out all the stops to give Dax a Christmas this community will never forget. "It's neat to see how everyone pulled together to support Julie, Austin and Dax... all about supporting them," said neighbor Marc Hurtgen. In the last five days, one by one, Dax's neighbors are putting up their red and green finery and stringing up lights by the thousands. The message is already spreading beyond Dax's neighborhood, through the website decoratefordax.com "You can submit your pictures online to be posted," Dax's mom said. "We're making a book for Dax to look at lights." As we move into the season of giving and thanks, Dax's family is asking you to spread his light and his story to your neighborhood. And to remember those who won't be spending the holidays at home with their families. Neighbor Marc Hurtgen says "It's important you put your lights up because we want your neighbors to ask why, then tell them what St. Jude has done for Dax." "I would just really like it if people would donate to St. Jude," said Dax's mom."That would mean the most to us this Christmas." You can Take Action for Dax by submiting pictures at decoratefordax.com.

decorating website
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The French Room
In The French Room, best-selling author and interior designer Betty Lou Phillips explains the age-wisdom and fervent beliefs that have long defined French decorating and reveals the principles behind designing the perfect French room. With more than 150 awe-inspiring photographs, Tres French also shares secrets on the ways color solves irksome design problems without moving walls or making other structural improvements, addresses the art of hanging art and dressing salon windows, then moves into the French kitchen and bed chamber to explore those unique cultures.
Betty Lou Phillips is the author of the award-winning Villa Decor, plus Inspirations from France and Italy, The French Connection, Secrets of French Design, Unmistakably French, French Influences, French by Design, and Provencal Interiors. A professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers, her work has appeared in Southern Accents, Traditional Home, Decorating, Bedroom & Bath, Window & Wall, Paint Decor, and more. Additionally, she has appeared on the Christopher Lowell Show and the Oprah Winfrey Show. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
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