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Thursday, September 3, 2015

P is for Paper


P is for Paper




As in these darling

Molly Hatch designed paper goods.





Well known ceramic artist, Molly Hatch, 

teamed up with Cheeky to produce a whimsical limited edition

collection to help end hunger.

The 10" plates are sold in packs of 30 for $3.99.

For every pack of 30, Cheeky will donate

one meal to Feeding America.





I'm a longtime fan of Molly Hatch's work.

Some of her designs are produced 

and sold through Anthropologie.  

LET THEM EAT CAKE and MAKE DO

vases are now both retired. 

I'm happy I added them to my bookshelves 

when they were first offered.

Thank you Anthropologie for supporting Molly Hatch.





I chose the Blue China pattern.

The paper plates come in 3 sizes.


You can find them at Target or order online here.





Just in time for the 

Labor Day Holiday Weekend.





I added in red gingham paper napkins

for a touch of red, white, and blue in honor of 

Labor Day.




Michael Aram Designs Plastic Ware by Madhouse Collection 


Found this twig shaped plastic ware

at a shop in Santa Fe.

They are very durable and add a 

touch of flair to any picnic or casual setting.





Molly Hatch 

and I wish you a 

Happy Day!




It's also time to celebrate

the 7th Anniversary over at Smiling Sally.

Happy Birthday, Blue Monday!

Joining



65 comments:

  1. To be honest I've never heard of Molly Hatch, but those plates are adorable. I like the napkins you put with them. The Happy Day plastic cups are cute too.

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  2. Cute paper goods! I love fun paper goods and they really can make a fabulous statement for a little bit of money! Fun post!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  3. Those vaShe's are adorable! And that plastic wear had me fooled into thinking it was real. I had never heard of Molly Hatch but she does make some pretty things!

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  4. Molly Hatch is new to me, but I love her designs!

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  5. Love all of her paper goods and made a great table. The flatware I could not believe was plastic. Can't wait to check Molly's things at Target. Thanks for sharing.

    Cathy<;)

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  6. I am not a big user of paper goods, but the Molly Hatch designs are great.

    I can't believe that Michael Aram designs plastic ware. I collect hands and I have a set of ice tongs that have hands at the ends. I wonder where they are?

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  7. What great paper products. I am going to have to check them out at Target.
    Thanks for the great tip and the prices is reasonable too.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Mary

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  8. Love the design- those are cute. I'm not familiar with Molly Hatch but I'll check them out at Target. Have yourself a great weekend!

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  9. I didn't realize that was paper at first! Very pretty...love those bold red and blue napkins...and how cool is that twig silverware?? Have you ever...? Lovely!

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  10. These are so pretty and I always like buying a product that supports a good cause. Love your vase! I was not familiar with her designs, thanks for the heads up! :)

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  11. How fun! Those Happy Day cups are just too cute.

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  12. They are coming out w/ so many CUTE paper patterns..I think the usual companies may have to rethink..my friend brought me some from Englad..and I do love that Forest Feast collection..
    Blue and white..always so pretty!

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  13. Well, aren't those paper plates the cutest?! I will look for them at my Target, Sarah, and I like them paired with those pretty gingham napkins and the twig plastic ware.
    Happy Labor Day to you and your sweetie!

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  14. I adore these Sarah! Thanks for the tip. I will either order on-line or see if I can find them now at my Target. It's a win, win. Lovely items and helping those in need too.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  15. These are adorable! I think a trip to Target is in my future!! I noticed her pedestal dessert servers last time i was in Anthro and they are so unique! I am so happy your brought her designs to my attention! Love the plastic cups, too!!

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  16. P should be for Pretty! I just love the colors!!

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  17. They are so cute, and so reasonably priced! Love the Make Do vase.

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  18. I'm so glad that you introduced me to Molly Hatch's products. I have Michael Aram candle holders and the plastic ware you bought is so nice. Great for a picnic in the park :-)

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  19. Those paper plates are really cute
    of course I love blue and white china
    thanks for sharing they are at Target

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  20. Those paper plates are really cute
    of course I love blue and white china
    thanks for sharing they are at Target

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  21. OMG You've GOT to be KIDDING me! I love the paper goods so, so much…they are so cute! And to think I was at Target Wednesday buying a giant garden umbrella on sale but I didn't see these cute Molly Hatch products!

    What a cute post! Thanks so much for telling us about them.

    xo,
    RJ

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  22. Some of the cutest paper products ever! Divine!

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  23. Loved your posts. What a beautiful design in paper plates. Loved the flatware as well.

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  24. These are so cute! I will be looking for them at my local Target as well! Thanks for sharing- I love the combination of napkins, tableware, etc. that you put together- perfect for a Labor Day picnic!

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  25. I cannot believe those plates are paper, Sarah. They sre so pretty.. Christine

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  26. Looks like you all ready for a barbecue. These paper goods are really pretty.

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  27. I love these things. My favorites are the plastic ware and napkins. Have a great weekend! Dianne

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  28. Very cool thing about the Molly Hatch paper plates. Next time I'm in Target, I'll look for them. Your gingham napkins and twiggy utensils are so very cool.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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  29. What fun paper goods Sarah, I'll have to look for them at Target on my next trip. I'm loving that twig plasticware too! Wishing you and Miss Sadie a Happy Labor Day Weekend.♥

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  30. Well I did say no plasticware in my picnic basket BUT I may change my mind after seeing these beauties! I'm off to Target later today so will take a look - thanks for sharing Sarah, I too was not familiar with Molly Hatch.
    Enjoy the Labor Day weekend dear.
    Hugs - Mary

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  31. How sweet! I love them all! The plastic silverware is amazing -- definitely to save and not throw away!! Have a fun Labor Day holiday!

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  32. What a beautiful pattern for paper! Anthropologie has a great design and I will be seeking these plates. The lovely plastic silverware is a great choice for this Labor Day celebration.
    Please, pop over and visit my Lemon Zest post this week!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Pam

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  33. Thank you for introducing me to Molly Hatch!!! Gorgeous paper plates!!! The silverware is very unique and pretty! I tend to collect my paper plates & napkins and not use them...I rather wash dishes...I think it's a sickness! Have a wonderful Labor Day weekend!!!

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  34. Wow, who knew? I love it when I learn something new. These are so pretty and clever. This makes for a fun Labor Day weekend. The blue is striking. Something to check out for sure. Happy Sunday.

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  35. I must have missed this post, but I am glad I found it. What adorable plates and the flatware is amazing. I love the vases. I haven't heard of Molly Hatch and in addition to loving her name, I love her designs. That you for introducing her. Dianne

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  36. Very elegant and creative paper and all for a good cause ~ lovely photos and Happy Labor Day ^_^

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  37. Thanks for visiting my blog and WOW...I love these beautiful and useful paper plates!
    Janet

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  38. Beautiful paper plates, such a gorgeous pattern. Honestly I don't think I've heard of Molly Hatch? The blue is a pretty shade. I'll check out target. Thanks for letting me know who she. Hope you enjoy your weekend!

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  39. Dearest Sarah,
    That almost looks like the real thing, beautiful design and for a very noble cause.
    As for myself, in those 32 years I have not used much of paper goods for any meal. Guess that back in Europe the production is still very limited, compared to the USA where it causes quite a lot of landfill, together with the fast food and take out plates and boxes.
    Looks like having been raised environment conscious I will not change much.
    Always enjoy your lovely styling with beautiful things; you have quite some flair doing so.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  40. Hi Sarah,

    You've picked a winner with those plates; I have a hard time believing that they are paper!

    What a darling cupcake, and surrounded by blueberries! Thanks for celebrating Blue Monday's 7th blogiversary.

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  41. What a fun post and cool goods!
    Visiting from Harvest Lane Cottage,
    Laura

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  42. Sarah, I'm a big fan of Molly Hatch, love her designs for Anthropologie. I did not know about these gorgeous blue and white paper products. I will have to pick some up to have on hand.
    Enjoy your day sweet friend..............

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  43. Sarah,
    What a wonderful product for a wonderful cause, dear friend!!!
    Thank you for sharing and always inspiring!!!
    Target is on my "errands list" for tomorrow. . .I'll look for Molly Hatch accessories!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  44. What a lovely post, Sarah! These must be the most beautiful paper plates I've ever seen. The Happy Day plastic cups are very pretty too.
    Thank you for sharing and have a great week ahead!

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  45. Paper plates are great, especially those with blue!

    Blue Wizard

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  46. Wonderful articles designed in paper. Very colorful.

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  47. Cute! Cute! Cute and I adore that it benefits a great cause.
    Have a happy Labor Day and a wonderful week!

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  48. How adorable!!! I wished that I had known about them earlier when so I could have picked some up when I was shopping across the border!

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  49. The Molly Hatch tea themed paper goods are adorable and how nice they are for a good cause. Unfortunately Target pulled out of Canada - too bad.
    Thanks for joining Mosaic Monday.

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  50. You've made me want to run up to Target to see what all of the paper plates look like! I love it when you can find paper goods in cute patterns!

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  51. You make everything look so pretty. Thanks for the shopping links, I love to look around! Have a wonderful week. Hugs, Diane

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  52. If you had not said anything I wouldn't have known those were paper! and those plastic twig spoons and forks? Oh wow!!

    Love them!

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  53. I saw those in our Target flyer and thought they were just adorable, and can't wait to get some and do a table with them.
    and it so great that some of the proceeds go to feeding the hungry, what a win win........
    and couldnt' believe those twigs designs spoons were plastic ware..........amazingly cute.
    Thanks for sharing. blessings, Nellie

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  54. Oh my, those are cute paper plates. And what unique silverware. How fun! Have a lovely week and a Happy Pink Saturday.

    Kaye Swain
    KayeSwain.com/old-home-tips

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  55. So adorable! Finally, designer paper plates!! And so affordable!! Thanks for sharing Sarah~
    Jenna

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  56. Oh my gosh Sarah, these are adorable! And that silverware. I would never have thought it was plastic. I guess I need a trip to Target for the paper goods. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  57. I've never sen prettier paper plates and cups than these, Sarah! They almost look like china. It was sweet fir you to make a anniversary cupcake for Sally--I'm sure she was happy to see that!

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  58. I absolutely have a love affair going with PAPER....I haven't seen these pretty plates but will pick up some from Target. Thanks for the tip. xoxo

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  59. What cute patterns! Love blue and white! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!

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  60. Dearest Sarah,
    My PC died and for that reason, I have not yet had all my files back up on my new Mac.
    Just learned that you both had your wedding anniversary on the 3rd.
    Congratulations to both of you and sending you hugs,
    Mariette

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  61. Even your disposables are terrific, Sarah! I would be wanting to wash and re-use those utensils, they look so good! And I spy so many beauties on your bookshelves........

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  62. Sarah those paper plates are adorable and I love how some of the proceeds goes to Feeding America! Can't wait for my next trip to Target! Loving your beautifully styled bookcase too!!

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  63. The Weekly Feature Series is live. Pop on over and check out your feature. http://www.thededicatedhouse.com/2015/09/weekly-feature-series_12.html Have a lovely weekend. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  64. What a great find, Sarah. The design is so pretty, and it puts you in mind of clean and crisp feel of blue and white porcelain.

    Happy Pink Saturday.♥

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