Happy Everything

Given how I adore seasonal décor and looooove a good little celebration, I have been ogling the darling Happy Everything plates and attachments by Coton Colors for some time now.  So, you can imagine how thrilled (and shocked and completely flattered) I was when out-of-the-blue Coton Colors sent me their mini Happy Everything platter, stand and THREE attachments!!!
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I was literally squealing with delight as I cleared off my counters and set out the plate with the timely “Count Your Blessings” attachment. Part of the company’s giving campaign, “Attached to a Cause,” 100% of proceeds from the sale of this attachment go directly to food banks and hunger relief charities across our country.  They have an amazing goal of serving 200,000 meals this holiday season!
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I was beyond thrilled to also find the Elf attachment in the package, as this will be PERFECT to debut at our annual Scout’s Snowflake Breakfast and for the treats he brings each day in December! In fact, last year he left the Coton Colors Elf ornament for the littles under the tree on Christmas morning!
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The Cheers attachment will certainly get plenty of use as well. Not only will it be set up in the living room armoire bar for New Years but it will be a darling way to cart my fare to Bunco and girls nights in.
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These are just three of the forty ridiculously cute attachments available to dress up the mini platter. I bet y’all can guess what’s going to be on my Christmas list this year :-) (Don’t you love giving a gift that you can build on over time on birthdays and holidays?!?!) The toppers attach with a strong Velcro strip so it’s a snap to switch them out when your fancy strikes.
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And as if the platters weren’t enough to knock your socks off, Coton Colors offers cookie jars, message boards and wooden wreaths, seasonal items, collegiate collections, customized holiday ornaments and even a cookbook.  Hop on over and check out all the goodies on their website, their Facebook page, and their blog!

Happy Everything, y’all!

PS. Yesterday was the last day for submissions for the Deen Team blogger search.  I nearly die at the thought of Paula’s and crew over here on this little blog!  SEE MY AUDITION POST HERE and let me know what you think!!

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11 thoughts on “Happy Everything

  1. Though I am not a huge fan of the saying "Happy Everything", I like a lot of their stuff. Jeff and I gave Honey a large platter with the family's names on Christmas light bulbs. She opened it and cried. She keeps it up ALL year. Miss you my Dixie Belle. xo

  2. So much fun. I have something similar, with little minis to change for the seasons and I love it. You will enjoy this for years to come.
    Good luck with Paula! You will make it, I'm sure.

  3. Oh my gosh! What a cute idea. It would be perfect for our bookcase. Once I decide on a design I don't move things around much. This would let me change the look without rearranging things. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!
    Lori in Atlanta

    P.S. your Deen Team post was fabulous, I hope you're selected! Fingures crossed for you.

  4. i'm so glad to find out about this (and their worthy cause)…this might be a great gift idea for daughter and DIL…and i wouldn't mind having something from them myself!

    i'm going to check out their merchandise…your vignettes are darling amanda!

  5. And Judy, it makes a great gift because you can add to the collection of attachments over birthdays and holidays! I love things like that :-) Have a great weekend!!

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  7. How long will it be before you hear from the Deen Blog folks? Love, LOVE the Happy Everything…I had no idea that the proceeds goes to charity. Thanks for sharing!

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