We've featured Lindsay L. and her Fresher than Fresh Snow Cones on cre-a-tiv-i-ty in the past so my moral compass is telling me it's ok to pass along her newest link. Please help keep this unique gem going in Kansas City and watch a cute little video too!
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
If the new Love stamp issued by the United States Postal Service looks familiar, it's because it should. It's based off of Hallmark's best selling card in history.
On Thursday, April 22, the official unveiling and first-day cancellation event for the 2010 Love stamp took place at the National World War I Museum near Hallmark's Kansas City headquarters. Dave Hall, president - Hallmark North America and Gene Maienschein, son of the original pansy card artist Dorothy Maienschein, offered comments during the event.
Read more about it and watch a video of the unveiling here.
Monday, April 19, 2010
We're celebrating Earth Day this week at Hallmark!
There will be representatives with information on how to recycle and save energy.
And not only is the 22nd Earth Day... it's also Take Your Kids to Work Day! There will be samples from local food farmers and kids can plant an heirloom tomato plant with seeds and instructions to take home.
Uhmmm... I don't have a kid to bring to work but I want an heirloom tomato kit!
What are you doing to celebrate Earth Day?
Friday, April 16, 2010
I'm so excited to announce that the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the West 18th Street Fashion Show, A Decadent Summer, will be held at dusk on Saturday, June 12th.
I've been every year since I've been living in Kansas City and I love it each time. This will be my 5th show to see.
The show takes place in on West 18th Street in Kansas City, between the cross-streets of Wyandotte and Baltimore.
As the anniversary event it's going to be more elaborate, over-the-top affair than ever! The show will feature eighteen collections from a select group of local and national designers.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
At the beginning of the year there was an art show in one of our galleries called "Art of the Crown" it helped kick off Hallmark's centennial year (we blogged about it here a little bit). Hallmark artists created 250 uniquely diverse works of art, all starting with the same white resin crown (á la Kidrobot). Jeanee, Josh and I have crowns in the show!
Read more at the Centennial Blog.