Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Pink Hippo Features and a Discount!

As promised (for once) here are the features from Last Week's Pink Hippo Party!
First up we have Marci from  who made this adorable
 Zebra Cape for her Chubby Fashionista!  I could squeeze those sweet little cheeks!
Then we have Jenny from  who made this sweet Map Art with Heart
to highlight where she lives and loves!
Next we have this awesomely upcycled chair
 from The Style Sisters at
Then we have this beautiful handpainted living room painting of  bird
And last but certainly not least is Nicole from with these cutie patootie ruffled stretch pants..
 with tutorial and tutorials for a matching shirt and of course head band!
Now as promised I am including a 10% off coupon code to my shop by entering the code ANNIVERSARY  because I just celebrated my 2nd anniversary at
And since I thought it was kind of cute.. I thought I would share my latest custom order.. A Pottery Barn Baby Boats Name sign!
It just needs to be Mod Podged into place and then it will sail away for it's new home!



  1. Hi Amie!! Thank you SO much for featuring my Ruffle Pants!! ^_^ I'm honored and humbled to be included among so many creative people, on such a lovely blog. You made my week!! Thank you!!!

    ~Nicole @

  2. Hi Amie! Thanks so much for the feature. How very nice of you. I love your Pink Hippo party. :)

  3. Glad I found you on the Linky hop...I'm following with GFC and LF. I would love if you stopped by and followed back, so we can stay connected. Lori

  4. Thank you so much for highlighting my post about my chair re-do! You have such a fun blog here!!

    Karin :)

  5. Thank you so much for the Chubby Fashionista feature! I love your blog! It always makes me smile. I know exactly what you mean about Chubby Fashionista's cheeks. We just hug her and kiss her and kiss her hug her. She is a darling little blessing! -Marci

  6. Chubby Fashionista, a cheeky fun-way model who is a doll both on and off camera. Thank you Pinkapotamus and Stone Cottage Adventures for reminding that we don't have to spend a fortune to fully invest our hearts.