Our popular silver and gold monogrammed necklaces were are now available in color!  Great for bridesmaids, graduation and mother’s day.

 

Colored cut out monogram script pendant style, script split chain style,  cirlce monogram and name plate necklace.  Prices are $60 – $100.  Available in 21 colors.
 

It looks small, it can hold more than most kids can eat in one lunch period. And if you get creative, you can use this monogrammed zip tote as one of the other tons of uses we’ve discovered.  Available in 8 colors.  Measures 6″ x 5.5″ x 5.25″

Here are our top ten uses.

1. Wash Cloth Warmer – Grab a group of ladies for an evening of facials and wine! Tuck warm wash cloths inside the squares, embroider with “Girls’ Night In,” pass out to guests and let the fun begin!

 

2. Bat/Bar Mitzvah Favor – A fabulous favor for Mitzvah guests. We’ve seen them packed with candy, toys, and just about anything you could imagine. A great momento for your guests to take home. Embroider with the date and the guest of honor’s initials or name!

 

3. Shell Bag – We hit the beach any time we get the chance, and we love to look for shells.  

 

4. S’mores Kit – Chocolate bars, marshmallows, graham crackers…everything fits right inside for a camp out!

 

5.  Beach House-warming Gift – Put the beach house name on it.  Pack travel size items like Motrin, airplane-sized Skyy vodka bottles & sunblock and give it as an emergency kit for their new digs. Don’t forget to pack one of those Magic Eraser things, for when your 6 year old runs his Matchbox cars along all of their interior walls.

 

6. 1st Day of Kindergarten Survival Kit – Send him to his first day of Kindergarten with one full of warm double-chocolate brownies for his teacher with hopes that Mrs. Steinburg doesn’t lock him in a closet until the bus comes back to get him at 2:45. Try it. 

 

7. Hostess Gifts – Stuff it with  a box of wine.  Well darn, it just happens to be a perfect fit. It’s a great little gift. Just monogram it with the initials of your hostess, or the date and initials of the newly engaged couple for the shower.

 

8. Birthday Party Favors – They’re great for collecting loot from the pinata, to use as a take-home box for a giant sprinkled cupcake, a musical chairs prize carrier, to hold a wet bathing suit, or just plain empty. Adding a monogram design of the birthday party theme (we’re back at the firehall this year) or each individual’s name would be really neat, too.

 

9. Box Turtle Holder – You never know what they’ll find in the backyard!

 

10. Easter Basekt  – They look great stuffed with Easter grass, candy, a chocolate bunny and glittery eggs popping out of the top–and of course, a sweet monogram on the front of the bag.  After Easter, the children can use it as a lunch box…what a great idea!

 

We are in the middle of a bathroom remodeling project.  I know I would like to have a white floor.  So where do I turn?  Pinterest.  We’re all there right?  This floor seemed to be the perfect fit.  I think I might just convince my husband for a chevron tiled floor.  It’s everywhere right now!

 

  

Available at The Monogram Shop in Baltimore:

1. Geometric wool hooked rugs

2. Monogrammed melamine plates, stationary, and cell phone covers.

3. Monogrammed galvanized buckets, trays, bins, and much more.

4. Monogrammed guest towels and cocktail napkins available in endless options including colors, fonts, motifs, sizes…

5. Would you like these chevron earrings?

 

You know graduation is right around the corner.  And we know you adore Lilly.  So they have brought us the perfect collection.  A few dresses are now in the shop for you to try on.

A little note from Lilly:  ‘Being bold & bright is always a Lilly girl’s motto and sometimes WHITE makes that statement just as dramatically.  Pattern, pattern & more pattern is how we make our white dresses so special.  And though we know you love us for our hand-designed prints our patterns truly are just as special – each one is hand designed by our (amazing, fabulous!!) in-house print (and pattern, we suppose) designers.  That means, what you see at Lilly cannot, we repeat, cannot be found anywhere else!!’

 

Our monkey fist earrings on sterling posts have been selling very well.  They come in 6 fun colors.  $25

Have you ever tried tying a monkey fist knot?  Well here’s how.  And what would you need to know that for?  Try using them in your house.

 

1. we now have Chewbeads!

Babies put everything in their mouth and my necklaces are a favorite. So why not wear a soft, non-toxic jewelry, which was colorful, chic and, above all else safe. Beads are made with 100% silicone (similar to pacifiers & nipples).  Soft on babies gums and emerging teeth.  Easily cleaned with dish soap & water, also dishwasher safe!  No BPA, PVC, Phthalates, Cadmium, or Lead.  Necklaces have a breakaway clasp for added safety.  Necklaces are a great sensory tool to help your baby focus while nursing.  Bracelets are a colorful reminder of which side you’ve just nursed.

 

2. Modern Monogram (in house for a last minute gift)

Metal toggle bracelet with custom vinyl monogram on enamel disc.  Get your modern monogram started with our enamel monogram bracelet set. 32 different color combinations in either gold or silver make it hard to choose just one. Also available in earrings and stretch rings.

Be a proud grandmother – add a disc to your bracelet for each of your grandchildren’s monograms.  Great gift for your bridesmaids.  Or as a mother wear your child’s school colors to their lacrosse game.
 

 

 

 

We found a unique party designer that will provide us with all the essentials you need to play hostess while celebrating your special occasion.  Stripes, polka dots, reds, blue, pinks, greens, princesses, superheroes, wedding showers, baby showers…we’ve got you covered.  We can even emboss the baking cups and party hats with a name or monogram. Here is a taste of what we will be offering.

 

We all know a party is not a party without balloons and anyone who loves balloons will find it hard to resist these unique balloons. Designed in themes for boys and girls each pack has three different color balloons with a printed icon/pattern on high quality latex that is suitable for helium inflation.

Master your favorite cupcake with these sweet little baking cups. They resist oil and fading so they come out of the oven as bright and colorful as when they went in. Uniquely manufactured from paper that retains liquid, making them versatile to use in so many cooking applications. You can also set desserts such chocolate mousse, creme caramel, cheesecake or serve up ice-cream for the best party treats ever.  And the BEST part…we can emboss them with your choice of personalization.

 

I’m a huge fan of Jessica Seinfeld’s recipes.  Not necessarily because of the ‘hidden’ ingredients but because her recipes are quick, simple AND delicious.  I stumbled upon her do it Delicious blog while on Pinterest this week.  She has a few new recipes and fun cooking tips that I really enjoyed reading.  It then reminded me of her Chocolate Chip Cookies with chickpeas….so we made a batch tonight.  They are superlicious!

Jessica Seinfeld’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup light margarine
  • 2 egg whites
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1 (15 ounce) can chickpeas , drained and rinsed
  • 2 cups chocoate chips
  • 2 cups flour
  • 1/2 cup old fashioned oats
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Coat a cookie sheet with baking spray.

  1. Beat sugar and margarine until smooth.
  2. Beat in egg whites and vanilla, then add chickpeas and chocolate chips. Add flour, oats, baking soda and salt.
  3. Drop by tablespoonful onto baking sheet.
  4. Bake 11 to 13 min, until golden brown.
 

We went to the markets with one thing in mind…to find a new line of children’s clothing particularily one that had a great selection of babies and boys clothing.  We found one and bonus ~ they also make maternity!  A first for us.  Well let me introduce to you our new pal Laura…

 

‘Long before I had a family of my own, I couldn’t help but notice what little option there was to dress stylishly when pregnant. It was 1993 and I decided a revolution in maternity fashion was needed.

I was living in France where I fell in love with the Breton style which had also inspired Coco Chanel. So with just £50,000 from the sale of my first business – but a wealth of determination and passion for design my very own clothing line was born. I worked 70-80 hours a week on very little pay for the next 10 years and had two children without being able to take any proper maternity leave. But I had a niche market, a good product and an enthusiastic team, who are all still with me to this day.

By listening to our customers, we learnt early on that it was individuality, quality without high prices and reliable customer service that you want above all else.

It’s not always been easy but I believe the key to our success and your loyalty is down to our design and innovation; attention to detail and pride in our work; and our ethical business practices.’