Are you over spending money on new toys for your kids only to have them ignored after a day of play? Rent the Toy Chest is here to save parents and inspire kids through play based learning.
Kate moved to Seattle from the Midwest because of promises of milder weather. In the first two weeks of her cross county move she was exposed to a 6.8 earthquake and a debilitating snowstorm. Not one to scare easily, she decided to stick it out here in the land of evergreens and fell deeply in love with the PNW.
Kate began her career as an auditor for Nordstrom before attending law school. She was a prosecuting attorney for 6 years, working the trial circuit like it was her job…which it was. She and her husband moved to Madrona, had a couple of babies, and she decided to stay home with the tots.
After having kids, Kate quickly realized she was a birthday party obsessed mom. In an effort to preserve her party memories (along with her other crafts) she started Nearly Crafty. Kate was also an editor for the Baby Gizmo blog and has been featured in Seattle’s own Make and Takes crafting blog.
Recent stories by Kate Sigafoos
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Get your space ready for a last minute Cinco De Mayo party with these quick DIY projects.
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An area rug is a major investment in your home décor. Find out how to choose the right one from a pro!
Get ready for St. Patrick’s Day with these great DIY projects.
Think you have your wine pairings down pat? Open your eyes to the most innovative match you have ever seen – wine and art. Amelia Sherritt transforms discarded wine foil tops into stunning works of art that will last long after the bottle is empty.
Are you Team Black and Blue or Team White and Gold? With these great home décor items you can’t go wrong with either color combination, so start shopping!
If adding 50 shades of gray to your bedroom is a bit more than you are ready to take on, try adding these five grays as a start. That movie is about home décor, right?
Textile lovers can unite over the resurgence of 70’s inspired woven wall hangings. Whether you decide to make them or buy them, these wall hangings will add a retro pop of color and texture to the walls of your home.
Take a trip back in time to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius and the destruction of Pompeii at the last US stop on the tour of Pompeii: The Exhibition.
The Super Bowl is over and you are in sport-watching withdrawal (and depression)? Fill the void with these other great Seattle teams that are playing over the next several weeks.
Take your guest room from plain to perfection by adding a few special details to the space. Your guests will feel welcome no matter how matter how many miles from home they may be.
Don’t relegate your liquor stash to some under counter cupboard. Bring it front and center with a perfectly stocked bar cart!
The Pantone color of the year is the rich, earthy red Marsala. A nice break from the brights of years past, this color can easily be worked into your home décor to keep you on trend!
Put away the holiday décor and get your home ready to ring in 2015 with these New Year’s Eve party props!