Tuesday, November 22, 2011

My dear friend and amazing designer, Amy, is guest posting today!  

Hello!  I am happy to be blogging for Natalie today.  We are actually real life friends and live just down the street from each other.  Believe it or not, she is more lovely in person than on her blog.  I wish she lived next door instead of 2 blocks down.  Really.  It would be dreamy.

When I ran into her at Home Depot last week {I was actually the one buying paint!} & heard she was sick as a dog I could absolutely relate...we will have babies that are what...5 weeks apart?  Something like that.  I am happy to say I am out of the throw up all day, lay in bed all day phase.  phew.

So I love to read Nat's blog.  Love it.  And if you are anything like me when you saw her pink ombre desk you immediately rushed around your house looking to find the perfect spot for such a pretty little number.  


The real problem was when I began debating if I could just put it in my entry way, because my son & daughter share a room & because why waste it on them.  Everyone should see it, right?

Soo, I naturally did what I usually do when I see something I love, but can't quite have it.

I translate it to paper.

I have this itty bitty blog where I do invites.  Invites & announcements of all sorts.  And just the day prior a client called needing a baby shower invite for a girl.  perfect.  I had just the idea.

So, Nat's pink ombre desk on paper.



All invites & announcements are professionally printed & these were printed on a pearl paper, which it is safe to say I love.

Thanks Nat for making this invite design so very easy for me!

And to the woman in Atlanta with the pink ombre desk...we're all jealous.

For more designs.  Go here.


  1. Oh my gosh I love the translation!!! The invitations are adorable and that desk is so dreamy. Now my wheels are spinning... :) Can't wait to check out the itty bitty blog!

  2. this is the first time i'm seeing the ombre desk and it looks FAB!

  3. Woman in AtlantaDecember 14, 2011

    Haha, I only read this today. I love my desk indeed!
    And the invitations are gorgeous. You guys inspire my days. Thank you.
    Natalie, every time I open the closet door and see the dresser with red roses... I smile. It's the prettiest thing and I don't regret ever paying for the transportation. Once more, congratulations on your work.
    Best wishes on your new baby.