Five Ways to Make the Most of July with MuseJar

 
 

Sweet, Sweet, Summertime!

Summer is a great season for plenty of reasons- ice cream for lunch, lounging on the beach, and THE VITAMIN D! But, let's face it, summer is usually the time where we have something planned every weekend- which can be exhausting. Let MuseJar help with that! Here are a few things you should check out to make sure your July stays relaxing.

Self-care: Take a quiet moment to color in one of our OMY adult coloring books. Lie down a blanket in the backyard and color in the sun. Coloring is not just for kids! It uses both hemispheres of your brain, helps you destress and is a great form of meditation!

Spread the love: Send a “just because” card. We have an awesome stock of Party Mountain Paper Co. for all or no occasions! Who doesn’t love getting snail mail that is NOT a bill or garbage?

Vamp up your style: Grab a Find Your Muse tank or tee, layer it up with a Vintage Cameleon flannel- perfect for roasting some mallows by the bonfire.

Quality time: Pick a night to take a class with friends or a loved one. July 24th we have our second Painting on the Peristyle at The Roycroft, where the Colorado Rockies are the focus! You can watch the sunset and have an a la carte snack or drink while you paint! At the end of the month on July 31st,  we have a couple’s paint night, held on our back patio! Bring a bottle of wine and create something unique for your home. These are great ways to spend some quality one-on-one time during the hustle and bustle of the summer!

A day out during the Sidewalk Sale: Have a day in the sun and walk around town to check out all the vendors and the Chalk Walk. We'll be doing an interactive community project that may include a scavenger hunt that will get you entered into a fun contest!

BONUS: Send your kids to MJ to get them out of your hair! We are offering kids classes for all ages. From mythical creatures to using food as art- we have it all!

Come into the store or check out the website for all your July needs!

 
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Written by Emily O’Connor

 
 
 

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