For those of you who weren’t able to make it to The Denim Jungle book launch party in Seattle, I wanted to bring the party to you.
So… welcome, friends, to my virtual book party! Come on in. I have all kinds of fun in store for you today.
- Enjoy your own personal author reading.
- Exercise your imaginations with a Denim Jungle-themed activity.
- Learn some secrets behind the making of the book.
- Buy a copy (if you haven’t already).
- Get your book custom-signed by me, the author.
Are you ready? Here we go…
Hey, Seattle friends. Up for a little adventure?
Bring your imaginations this Saturday, 2/13, 12-2pm, to Ballard Homestead, 6541 Jones Ave NW, for a free community party to officially launch The Denim Jungle!
We’ll have lots of fun book-themed crafts, giveaways, and an author story time at 1pm, followed by a short talk about the making of the book. I’ll even let you in on a few secrets behind the hidden treasurers inside it…
This party (like the book) has been a labor of love, and I can’t wait to share it with you!
Hey, are you in the Seattle area? Come party with us on Saturday, February 13!
Bonus Idea: Finger Print Tree!
As a thank you for your support and readership over the past three years, I’ve rounded up a feast of holiday ideas—crafts, dinner party fun, and hostess gifts—in one handy post.
You have plenty to take care of. Let me help check something off of your list.
Then, take that extra time to really be present for those you’re thankful for. That’s the best gift I could possibly give you.
Happy together time,
Dinner parties don’t have to be fancy pull-your-hair-out affairs. They can be a convenient way to fit in time with family and friends between work trips, holidays, and extracurricular chauffeuring.
The trick is to make them easy and fun.
Here are my favorite 5 dinner party ideas. I’d love to hear yours, too!
If there were a spokeswomen for hostess gifts, I’d be a contender.
No, not that Hostess. Although sadly, with the closure, I will never be able to jump in a Twinkie cubicle pit like this.
Anyone who’s ever hosted anything knows that, after putting so much thought and work into doing something for others, it’s heartwarming to have a little gesture of acknowledgment in return.
Whether you use one of these ideas or (even better) come up with something specific to your host, the key is: You don’t need to spend much. The saying holds true. It’s the thought that counts.