As a busy event planner and host, my time is very valuable to me, but I have to look good when hosting events, so regular trips to the nail salon have been part of my weekly routine for a long time. But a turning point in how I became an advocate of do-it-yourself nail manicures was something that happened a few months back. Read More
Throwing a Casino-Themed Party
Keep things lively with a great theme!
As moms, we all throw several parties every year. Whether it’s for Christmas, a birthday, an anniversary, a graduation, or just a plain old get-together, there’s bound to be a party thrown in celebration of it. This is especially true for Filipinos, because there are also fiestas and other small occasions that deserve celebrations too. It can get pretty tiring and frustrating to plan these parties, but one surefire way to make a party fun is to implement a fun theme. Read More
They are not just in the cartoons and theme parks! These beautiful Disney castles do exist in reality! Where do you think Disney got an inspiration from?! Let us have a look at some of the amazing properties that provide an inspiration for those castles and palaces featured in both Disney’s movies and theme parks.
1. Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany
According to the castle’s website, this palace was opened to the public in 1886, which was 7 weeks after the death of Kind Ludwig II, and now receives as many tourists as 1.4 million per year. This castle has featured in a few movies and was the inspiration for Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland. After a trip to Europe, Walt Disney was totally inspired to build this Disney theme park castle. Read More
Whereas the idea of trading at a craft fair may fill you with dread, these former scary places in dingy church halls and school playgrounds have developed into something quite fantastic providing a wonderful platform for talented artists and creative types to showcase their wares and assistance to develop their business.
It can be quite a daunting experience to adopt a stall at your first craft fair, many creative and artistic types are very quite shy people who get pleasure in creating their goods but don’t actually feel confident in displaying them to people, their potential prospects and actually making profits from their talents. Read More
A Guest post written by Sara Collins