Sunday, March 22, 2009

Winner of the Gift Box Competition Announced...

Greetings from the distant North (aka Montreal). I wanted to announce the winner earlier, but find myself in Canada for the next few days. While I plan on writing an entire feature on this winner's creative gift packaging, I be posting it upon my return to LA. 

And the winner is...........

Kimberly Ries from Creative Eye Studio for her one-of-a-kind stamped gift package. Thanks to everyone who participated!! There some creative and unique ideas out there that I'm thrilled to have been inspired by.

Check out the rest of Creative Eye Studio's designs here.

More to come on the winning designer.

Au revoir!

Friday, March 13, 2009

Miss Lilith wants more ideas about what makes the perfect gift packaging?!

Monday, February 16, 2009


My mom recently headed to a local boutique. When she came home, she raved more about thegift wrapping then she did the cute top she just picked up. This got us talking about the importance of packaging. Maybe we do judge a gift by its box... Our little chat lead us to some creative brainstorming. How do we want to package Miss Lilith Jewelry? After making a few stops at Joanne's fabric and Office Depot, this is what we came up with:
What do you think?

Now it's your turn to have fun...

  1. Post your link or image to your gorgeous gift box/ gift bag! 
  2. In order to qualify, you must be a Miss Lilith blog follower
  3. Deadline: March 20, 2009
As I receive submissions, I will be posting your gift box images. Thanks for sharing!


Friday, January 30, 2009

Something to Bark About

Add ImageJENNIE: My names Jennie, and I'm a chocoholic.

GROUP: Welcome, Jennie!

JENNIE: Thanks for letting me share my story. I always hear peeps say diamonds are a girl's best friends, but I ain't so sure of that. Be honest, I'd take a nice slither of dark chocolate over a block of carbon any day.

GROUP: How long you've been sober, Jennie?

JENNIE: Four months...until yesterday. I ran into the local Gelson's and there before me was a sight to be seen. Imagine, pieces of dark chocolate lightly flavored with peppermint, topped with a layer of white chocolate, and sprinkled with peppermint candy cane.

GROUP: You're talking about Simply Put Gourmet's Dark and White Chocolate Peppermint Bark, aren't you?

JENNIE: You got that right. And now I'm just hooked. 

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Open Your Heart This Valentine's Day with P.A.M.'s Run: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Mobilization

Valentine's Day typically distinguishes the Haves from the Have-Nots. For couples, it's a time when you had better make a romantic gesture or suffer dire consequences. For a single girl like me, it's a time when you can't help but be reminded that finding Mr. Right can prove as much a challenge as finding Waldo might be for  a pre-schooler. 

Fortunately, this February 14th can be less about romantic love (or lack there of) and excessive consumerism and more about making the ultimate gesture of love. My dear friend Jessica Bardwil and her family serve as a perfect example: this year, they are joining forces with Road2ACure to raise awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer research and to commemorate the year since Pam Bardwil lost her 19 month battle with the disease. Pam's daughters, who are at the helm of the event explain, "We want this day to embody everything our mom stood for: family, fun, community, and of course, the desire to make a difference." 

The certified 5k and 10k races are chip timed and will take place Saturday, February 14th in Westlake Village, CA. For more information about the event or how you can sponsor a runner check out P.A.M.'s Run! 

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Miss Lilith's Colorful Canvas


Lilith's approach to creating art has always been slightly unconventional. She often utilizes multiple mediums that others might view as rubbish, including eggshells, pieces of fabric, and metal scraps.  Drawing on Impressionism, her latest acrylic mural of ancient Jerusalem, "The Old Market," combines vibrant colors on velvet fabric, creating exceptional depth and unique texture.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Spiritual Girl Living in a Material World?

I know what you're thinking....

Material Mom Madonna totally  took the nation by a spiritual storm with the whole Kabbalah Red Ribbon bracelet  trend AKA "I'll pay $30 for a piece of yarn." The world would never be the same.

That's until socialites Nicole Richie and galpal Lauren Conrad kicked it up a notch by donning their improved Red Ribbon Hamsa (evil eye protector) bracelet. These LA celebs emanated a higher power.

But as the months passed and the seasons changed the world grew dim... 

Up Until MISS LILITH  kicked some serious spiritual tush with her new and original KEEP SAFE NECKLACE COLLECTION. 
Miss Lilith's recipe for spiritual bliss is simple:
Dollop of  Peace
Smattering of Jew Bling (optional)
Few sprinkles of Hamsa
Couple drizzles of Sterling Silver
More than a modicum of succulent turquoise