Heart Filled DIY Inspiration

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and THIS year, we think it’d be fun to do a crafty love day. Whether it’s for your man, or something fun for the kids, heart filled crafts are the perfect way to say “I love you”!


XO Pillows by  Poppy Talk, Oversized Heart Chain from The House That Lars Built, DIY Fabric Valentine from Sayyes, Date Arrows by Sugar and Cloth, Floating Heart Backdrop by Hank and Hunt

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Modern Mom Feature!

Thanks for the feature Modern Mom! Check out the best gifts to give women who don’t want flowers ;) 

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A POSH 2014

We are so excited about this coming year and some new and exciting things happening with POSH! We wanted to share with you three of those things today!

14K Rose Gold

rose gold

Rose gold is absolutely beautiful on any woman! It is the perfect way to do something bold, with a feminine touch. We are now offering all our gold items in rose gold as well so take a look!


tiny posh

Tiny POSH is just as it sounds, of course. Adorable charms to add to any necklace or bracelet for the perfect personalized look.



Finally, a new addition to is Be POSH. Although the site hasn’t launched yet, it is coming very soon! This is a place where we support some of our favorite brands with special articles and features.

We were so blessed by 2013 and can’t wait to see what 2014 holds for all the POSH Mommies out there!

What are you most excited about this year?

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Mini & Me!

Sometimes it just feels fun to match your little one. With some help from Merrick Style and Kelli Murray, we have compiled the perfect “out and about” outfit for you and your mini!


Mini: TargetOld NavyKelli Murray DIY CrownScarlettos 

Me: Junie BlakeChicWishKelli Murray DIY CrownToms 

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Delicious Pasta Alternatives

Delicious Pasta Alternatives

January 20, 2014 by  · Leave a Comment 


Some of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions have to do with new bodies and healthier eating. Whether or not that was your personal resolution, some healthy recipes never hurt anyone!

Pasta is one of the most difficult carbs to give up. It’s easy, it’s versatile, it’s so darn yummy. Pasta isn’t the worst thing for you in moderation, but we wanted to give you a few dishes that use veggies as an alternative to the starchy noodles. Enter: Spaghetti Squash and Zucchini! This gives you the best of both worlds with the flavorful dishes that usually feature pasta, but the health benefits of fresh veggies.pastaalternatives

1. Spaghetti Squash Sesame Noodles 2. True Food Spaghetti Squash Casserole 3. Zucchini Noodles With Avocado Cream Sauce 4. Spaghetti Squash Mac n Cheese 5. Cucumber Noodles in Peanut Sauce 6. Spinach and Zucchini Ravioli 

Also check out this quick article from Women’s Health Magazine on some additional pasta alternatives.

Are you trying to cut out pasta? What are some alternatives you are using?

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Taking The New Year By The Horns

Happy January POSH Mommies! Can you believe it is already half way through January already?

It’s already turning out to be quite the year! From the Golden Globes, to the Olympics, 2014 is shaping up to have a lot of excitement. Speaking of excitement, we have been spotting a lot of announcements from celebrities that are expecting a little one!

Theresa Palmer, Christina McLarty, Elsa Pataky, Drew Barrymore, Olivia Wilde, Kerry Washington, Jenni Farley and Ciara are just a few of the beautiful women who are expecting this year! We are looking forward to welcoming them into the POSH Mommy club.


Congratulations to all new and expecting mommies! We can’t wait to see all that this year has in store for us and our loyal fans…

Are any of you expecting a little one? We want to know! Share your pictures with us on twitter and Facebook of your baby bump style!

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Gift Guide For Him

Gifts for Him index

Any moms out finished with their Christmas shopping yet?! A round of applause for those who have managed to plan ahead and get things DONE! But, for those of us that haven’t yet, we have a few ideas to make shopping easier.  Today we have a gathered a few gift guides for the men in our lives!

Whether he’s a business man, an outdoorsman, a sports man or all of the above, we think these guides will make some husbands very happy!

First off, some stocking stuffer tips for the manly man from Art of Manliness. Fill up that stocking with some of these great ideas.

“The Dude” Gift Guide from Honestly WTF


“The Father’s” Guide from Here & Now.

Father Gifts

And lastly, our own personal favorite’s gift guide. Lone Flag is a new small business in Southern California, started by the husband of Kelli Murray (one of the Posh Mommies we have featured here!).  Great products all locally made for your man (plus a few things you might enjoy too)!


Cold Brew CoffeeShaving CreamThe Dap Kit,  Wool TieLaptop Sleeve

What’s on your list for your husband?

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Down the Chimney Into Your Heart

Down The Chimney. Into Your Heart.

December 10, 2013 by  · Leave a Comment (Edit)

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Down the Chimney.
Into your Heart.

Don’t miss these final order dates for Santa to deliver in time for Christmas:

Orders with stones Order By Dec 11th

Engrave Only Order By Dec 18th

Ready to wear (Roxy, Tiny POSH, charms, most initial discs) Order By Dec. 20th

Dates are subject to change based on capacity, please contact customer service for confirmation beyond these dates.

The POSH Mommy Team

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Christmas Decorating On A Budget

Decorating On A Budget

December 5, 2013 by  · Leave a Comment (Edit)

Christmas is expensive. That’s not a shock to any mom. The day after Thanksgiving we rush to the stores to stock up on gifts, Christmas trees, lights and decor and the credit card starts to look sad and worn.

We have gathered a couple tips to not break the bank this Christmas!

1. Buy strategically.

Try to buy “neutral” decorations that will last you for years. It may seem costly at first, but stick to basic colors and patterns that won’t go out of style will last you for a few Christmas’ to come!

2. DIY it.

Let’s be real, a lot of the Christmas decor that we love we can easily do ourselves. It might even make a fun project for you and the kids! For example, this amazing pinecone garland from west elm is originally 25 a strand! (You will need at least 4-5 to fill an 8 foot tree). That’s $100 for garland!? No way. Find some pinecones or acorns on the ground, or even head to Michaels for a craft pack that you can spray gold and attach to flexible floral wire. Or why not try the old fashioned popcorn garland for fun?

3. Home Goods.

Find your local home furnishings store that sells all the bulk or oversell items from other designers. Home Goods is a great option that has a ton of holiday decorations at affordable prices!


4. Buy Post – Christmas

Wait, don’t you need the decor FOR Christmas? Yes, that’s true, but if you’re able to hold out till after Christmas everything goes on SUPER sale and that is the time to stock up for next year!

5. Chalkboard and Apothecary Jars

Two keys elements to year-round decor! Fill your jars with inexpensive trinkets like jingle bells, or old ornaments. Find berries or birch wood to put in vases and write some festive Christmas quotes on a chalkboard frame!



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