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$75 = $150 worth of custom stationery + holiday cards from simplyput Paper and Gift

$75 = $150 worth of custom stationery + holiday cards from simplyput Paper and Gift

Simply thrilled to bring you 50% off custom holiday cards, baby announcements, wedding or birthday invitations and stationery from simplyput Paper and Gift boutique. CLICK HERE TO SAVE! Here's the math: $75= 50 cards ($150 value - $3 per card, our Scoop =$1.50 per card). If you need more, upgrade at the store to 100 cards for only $35 ($185 value). Plus, you'll get an EXCLUSIVE 10% ScoopMama discount on in-store merchandise. Choose from linen aprons, cookbooks, unique tabletop items, lotions, soaps + more.

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH AT MIDNIGHT

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Not So Big House Principles Apply to Remodeling Projects of all Sizes

Free Educational Program on Oct. 15   The concept or movement of “Not So Big House” has entered the mainstream, but what is it and who started it? Well, what it is not about is tiny houses for everyone, or a creed of bad design in favor of tiny energy bills.   The No So Big House philosophy, in fact, embraces architectural style across the spectrum, and is a concept dedicated to homes of all … well, most sizes. It can be described as an anti-McMansion sort of trend, but it is much more positive than that.   This is a direction in home design and construction championed by Sarah Susanka, an architect by trade, that emphasizes the concept of home as haven, in scale and proportion to need, a welcoming, comfortable, usable place where space is used according to purpose, rooms flow together with subtle delineations -- well-built, light-filled and energy-efficient.

What's not to love about interior designer Annysa Lamantia?!

What's not to love about interior designer Annysa Lamantia?!

Not too long ago I bumped into Atlanta based interior designer Annysa LaMantia at a party at designer Christian Ruffin's house. I'm super excited to do this interview with her as I find her decorating style to be very clean, modern, with a touch of European chic...just like moi:) just kidding, but in a serious way. The first time we ever had a conversation about design it was actually about pillows...YES, pillows. Her whole face lit up while talking about pillows...although I thought she was weird, I liked it! This girl really knows her stuff!!!

VA: What did you study in school and what was it like? 
ALD: Interior Design, Studio Art and Entrepreneurship at Indiana University. The design program was very intense!

6 Tips For Gardening with Limited Space and Money

6 Tips For Gardening with Limited Space and Money

Gardening is an addiction, and so is the desire to eat freshly picked produce. Yet apartment living, shrinking yards and expanding garages leave many without enough room to create even a small garden.  To enjoy summer’s bounty, we ultimately resort to the higher prices of farmers markets or natural food stores and, even then,
the produce often doesn’t have that unbeatable fresh flavor.

So what’s a fresh-food addict to do? Here are six ways to work around space limitations that will fulfill your addiction without requiring a major cash outlay.

Click here to see my top 6 Gardening Tips at my website.

Summer in Georgia & peaches for weeks: What to do with those sweet GA peaches

Summer in Georgia & peaches for weeks: What to do with those sweet GA peaches

Atlanta, GA --  The blog Running With Tweezers has a great article including a variety of great recipes for this year's peaches.  If you have had one of this year's peaches you know they are just delicious!!!  Whether you want to make ice cream, a cake or a cobbler, @RunningWithTweezers.com has the perfect recipe for you.

Around here, we’re really fortunate to have summers full of local peaches. Growing up, they were one of my dad’s favorite foods and they made appearances at our house fairly regularly. Sliced on pound cake or angel food cake, on top of cottage cheese the old school way. In the colder months, he’d even eat canned peaches straight up with a spoon. While I’m not a proponent of the tinned variety, I’m a huge fan of the fresh ones grown here in the South.

Time to redecorate! $25 = $50 worth of Fabrics, Trim and Home Decor at Needful Things in Marietta

Time to redecorate! $25 = $50 worth of Fabrics, Trim and Home Decor at Needful Things in Marietta

Update your home with stylish accents and save 50% off at Needful Things, a family-run store in Marietta.  CLICK HERE TO PAY $25 AND GET $50 worth of fine Fabrics, Trim & Home Décor!

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS SUNDAY, JUNE 26TH AT MIDNIGHT

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Unique kids boutique! $25 = $50 worth of children's merchandise at Pretty Please in Buckhead

Unique kids boutique! $25 = $50 worth of children's merchandise at Pretty Please in Buckhead

50% off a magical shopping experience for boys and girls at Pretty Please in Buckhead. Limited Quantity Available! CLICK HERE TO PAY $25 = $50 worth of unique children's merchandise!

THIS EXCLUSIVE DEAL ENDS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22ND AT MIDNIGHT

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