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Oh Joy Book - coming in April!

Oh Joy Book - coming in April!

You guys! We have a brand new book coming out in April!

My third book, Oh Joy! 60 Ways to Create and Give Joy is a colorful guide to help bring whimsy and joy to your life and into the lives of those you love. It's filled with quick, fun, and stylish (all brand new) projects from home decor to food to fashion as well as tips on how to shop for vintage, pick art for your home, and where I like to find inspiration. Inspired by my Make Someone Happy videos, this book is all about small things that make a big impact. It's about making your world a happier place and giving you the inspiration to make beautiful and joyful things for others as well.

Here's a peek at the cover (the real book cover will have some very fancy gold foil and neon that you can't see in this digital image). This book was a labor of love for sure. Making this book while pregnant last year was no small feat, but thanks to my team, we pulled it together and can't wait for you to see it. The book comes out on April 7th, but you can pre-order it now at these retailers:

In the US: Amazon | Target | iTunes | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Indiebound | Booksamillion | Google Play | Harper Collins. In Canada: Indigo and Harper Collins.

I'll have a couple book parties in April, too, so I hope we'll get to celebrate together soon!


  1. Pre-ordered! Thanks for sharing your wisdom and fun tips! Any chance you’ll stop by Houston for your book party?? 🙂 Congrats on the new book!

  2. Thanks Justine!
    With a new-ish baby, I will probably have to limit my book tour to two cities – NY and LA, but we’ll see!

  3. Can’t wait for your book!! I pre-ordered already and can’t wait to see it in person!
    I just happened to listen to your interview on the Lively Show podcast today and was really excited to come home and see this post. I’m a longtime reader of the blog ever since my sister found it in your early years and am constantly inspired by your colorful and visually stunning posts. I really enjoyed hearing you talk about your experiences and was touched by your candid honesty about sensitivity (and cultural differences that I can relate to) as well as challenges and learning from mistakes. Thank you!


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