Leather Guest Book A Classic Keepsake
Start on the first page with a full menu from Thanksgiving dinner. Blow it up to cover most of the page and list each item in a fancy cursive writing. Call upon someone who knows calligraphy if you can. Add a picture of your decorated table with the beautiful the dinner on it.
Two fabrics were used to make this three-layered flower: 1. The bottom piece is some kind of leather book scrap I had--it was nice and sturdy so I knew it would support the flimsy material I planned to use next. 2. The top two layers I cut from some shimmery silver fabric. I liked the "wrong" side better. It looks black with silver that showed through to the other side just enough. I purposely chose these 2 materials not only because of the color but also because both fabrics don't fray so they needed no sewing around the edges. I cut the top flowera little smaller than the previous two.
Once I had all 3 pieces cut, I stitchedthem all together with my needle and lilac thread, then sewed in a purple bead, 4 black "cat's eye" type beats, and then 10 very small black beads. Next I stitched the flower to a piece of floral wire and then wrapped the wire around the headband to secure it in place. This one is simple and small and will probably be worn the most by my daughter.
Suppose your graduate is a frequent traveler and you want to provide a very practical way for her to use her jewelry while traveling, then the hanging jewelry organizer and travel case by Mele could be a perfect gift.
I would be proud to have a product like this sitting on my desk, and the area is large enough that you could use it to hold not only pens and pencils, but fat markers or even a pair of scissors. It is very versatile, and could be used just as easily in a home as it could be in an office.
Fashion has a lot of creative and courage. She often pairs trends from the past with the newest ideas in fashion and makes predictions for the future trends as well. Sometimes fashion decides that a trend from the past needs to make another appearance, something we never thought we would see again.
The HoMedics eLounger looks more like a massage chair you'd expect. It retails for between around $500 and $800 depending on which model you choose. It's more sophisticated in technology than the AntiGravity model. You get modes of kneading, tapping, kneading and tapping and rolling. There are 3 programmed sessions - Full, Upper and Lower Back - that are approximately 15 minutes in length. This mdel is in direct competition with the iJoy massage chair range, and quite frankly I think it's better. Its styling is better than the iJoy as is its upholstery, control panel and - although a subjective comment - I prefer the administered massage.
You may arrange to have the party at a reception hall for a fee; or have it in a restaurant's party room and order their food, and they won't usually charge for the space.