Saturday, September 29, 2007

Ever heard of Upper Case Living?

I went to a friend's party the other night and I love this stuff! It is textured words, phrases and embellishments that you "rub-on" to walls, tiles, glass, etc. They are kind of like the rub-on transfers in scrapbooking only much bigger! They do custom phrases so we are getting "emma*cakes" in the echelon font and in bubblegum pink and mint green to hang above Emma's bed. We are about to redecorate her bedroom after Christmas when we get her a toddler bed. She hasn't tried to climb out of her crib or anything yet but it just had a recall on it. She is also becoming more "big girl" by the day...talking and picking out her own we want to upgrade her room just a little. Like move out the changing table and the crib. It is unbelievable...where did my baby go?!

I am so excited to finally add some decorative touches to our house. We are getting "Love Lives Here" in a cranberry red color to put above our couch. I am planning on putting it directly on the wall and creating a frame around it. We've been looking for some kind of red artwork to put up there but have always came up emptyhanded so I think this will be the perfect unique touch. We also got "Watch for Falling Bubbles" in mint green to put across the top of the mirror in Emma's bathroom. There are so many other things that I'd love to get and place on tiles to hang around the house like in our bathroom and the laundry room. She has a whole book of examples showing how other people have decorated around their homes. I am so inspired!

ways, I am going to host a party with her on 11/11 at 2:00 PM so if you are interested in coming or ordering anything please let me know! :) By the way, the latest catalog is on their website at and her name is Robyn McIsaac.

PS: Please check it seems like something you would love, Love! :)


Courtney said...

I love the idea for emma's room and also for her bathroom!! Sounds very cute! How are you going to do her bedroom when you change it?

amber said...

We are keeping it Winnie the Pooh. We are just going to take down the rest of the wall paper border and paint the bottom part of the wall in mint green with stripes of a sheer paint. I am going to have Jon create a chair rail to go around her room too so the top will still be the walnut wash color and the bottom will be mint green. The shelves with the Winnie the Pooh stuffed animals and the artwork will stay. :)

S.P. said...

I am actually an Uppercase Living Demonstrator! If you want to view the catalog online you can do so by going to and clicking on "Customer Corner Login." Register with my Demonstrator ID: 975468 and my Registration Token: stacey. Let mw know what you think!

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