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July 13, 2012



Your parties are always amazing. I wish I could throw parties half as well as you do!


WOW! Amazing planning and party! You seriously thought of everything. I think you've found your calling (besides all the other really cool talents you have), maybe you should look into party planning too? I'd say I'd like you to move into my neighborhood so we can attend but I'd never wish the Phoenix heat on you...it would be tough to figure out A/C for an outdoor party :) Again, totally impressed and nice job!


What an awesome idea! Love that you pulled it off.


Wow, what a fun time! I agree--there's nothing quite like the outdoor movie experience, whether it be a screen with lawn chairs or a drive-in♥


What a fun time!! I love all the details.


Ok, I need to move over there so I can get invited to these fabulous parties. ;-)


LOVE! Just shared with my readers on FB

hugs! Kim @ Party Frosting!


when is the next showing? such a great idea. Seating looks so comfy.


Sandlot and Hook are good ones for the kids but moderately entertaining for the adults!

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hello, i am new here and glad to be here, thank you for your sharing!


Sometimes, if I go to pinterest (which I avoid like the plague because of how overwhelming my hot mess life is and it just gives me new project ideas) I say outloud, "These people can't be serious. Who does this stuff for real? This is fake."

But it's you.

You are those people.

You are real.

I wish I lived in your neighborhood, because I can't throw parties like this at present time but that doesn't mean I wouldn't come help you set it up and enjoy it very much. LOL

Jessica Levitt

Hi Rachael.

:) Yes, Im real, but Im willing to bet my life is more of a hot mess than yours. I just go off on these little tangents and do them up right, but meanwhile it takes me 4 weeks just to paint one piece of furniture and my studio is so messy Im now sewing in the dining room.

I wish you were in my neighborhood too! Im pretty sure most of my neighbors drove by and turned their nose up at my movie screen... but no one called the police or anything so its all good.


Jessica Levitt

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Doris S

Love the outdoor movie theatre! I am so trying to download your tutorial for your awesome owl ornaments. We are having a baby shower for my daughter and she is wanting to go with owls so I thought these would be so cute to include at the shower. Every time I pull up the link to the tutorial, I get a gray, blank screen. I am not computer savvy so any help would be so appreciated. Thanks for all your inspiring ideas. Doris


Awesome!! I want to start doing this with my family!
Where do I start searching for the player/projector and screen?

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