Posted by Stonehouse Team on Aug 30, 2011 in Party Invitations
In our on-the-go lives, we’re often too busy to get to know our neighbors. Looking to have fun way to cap off a long summer? Consider throwing a block party. It’s a great way to get to know your neighbors and have some fun cooking up delicious grub.
Throwing a block party ranges from the simple ( a few families and putting up those “caution, children at play” signs) to the complex (permits required for street closure). Here’s a few links with information to get you started:
Logistics & planning:
Side Dishes: http://www.recipetips.com/recipes-collections/summer/side-dish-recipes.asp
And don’t forget cool invitations. Whether you decide to mail them or walk the block and hand them out, a fun invitation will liven up any event! Be sure to browse our unique selection of BBQ and party invitations and let us help you make your event a special one. To view our designs, click on any of the images or click here
It’s getting to be that time of year again – and a very exciting time for graduates and their loved ones! Here at Stonehouse we’re ready to create a customized graduation invitation to meet your needs- in record time (average 1-2 business day turnaround) and on the cheap! Starting at only $6.99 per dozen, you can add your own personal text and even customize your envelopes with an image to reflect your graduation invitation theme.
Be sure to check out all our designs and let us know how we can make your the perfect customized graduation invitation – fast & inexpensively.
As I begin stocking up on supplies for the annual eggapalooza my kids insist on creating, I lament the waste. But do I dare ingest an egg just recently ensconced in a tree branch or nestled under a Saguaro? (yep- I live in AZ). Why not? As long as the eggs are refrigerated until the last possible moment of the egg hunt and are repossessed shortly afterward (hint, use lots of jelly beans in the Easter basket to up the distraction factor!) then go for it! Little Johnny may even enjoy whipping your Easter eggs into a yummy egg salad or a stir fry – yes I said STIR FRY! Here are some basic ideas:
1. Egg Salad Sandwich
2. Add to leafy greens or pasta salads
3. Deviled Eggs
4. In a Breakfast Burrito
5. In a Stir-fry or fried rice
For the full article, including recipes, please click here
And while you’re prepping to make those bright blue eggs delicious the day after, don’t forget to send your loved ones an Easter card! Starting at only .99, our hilarious cards capture the humor -and joy- of the Easter holiday!