Yes, you DIY-ers out there, I’m pretty sure you can recreate this beautiful piece from J. L. Designs. Just take an old frame or mirror and remove the back. Replace it with craft foam and start pushing the flowers into the foam. Wheather you use real or faux flowers, this is sure to be a… Read More
How about some beautiful DIY projects for Mother’s Day? Starting with this lovely homemade card above. Peruse the scrapbook isle and get some fun embelishments and papers to create your own. While you’re there, get some ribbon and more paper and get to work on one of these fabulous floral centerpieces. Wrapped cans, floating candles,… Read More
Here is a great idea for party favors from Shop Toast. They make these customized bottle favors filled with either sweet or savory treats. How cute is that?!! They come in either 9″ soda bottles or 5″ mini bottles and run $7 or $4 per bottle. But here’s the best part for all you do-it-yourselfers… Read More
Wrapping candles to match party decor has become fairly common these days. Here are 2 beautiful ideas from Hobby Lobby (via It’s A Jaime Thing) that I just had to share. With all the great color combinations, patterns, and designs available in paper these days, the possibilities are literally endless!
This is one of the more unique centerpiece ideas I’ve seen lately. It uses some of the usual components like a glass cylinder, and decorative paper and ribbon, but it is budget friendly with its use of a pink paper pomander(say that 3 times fast), instead of real flowers. And the garland drop adds the… Read More
Here is a popular idea that came from BHG.com. However, many people have wondered where to find little individual sized milk bottles. It is possible to find them in thrift shops but this makes it difficult to get a lot at once, or have them all look alike, so I decided to find an alternative…. Read More
Do you love to add a personal touch to your hostess gifts? Then why not make this “Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix in a Jar” for a party hostess, a school teacher, or anyone else you like to recongnize over the Holidays. Here’s what you do: Put ingredients in layers, inside a Quart-size canning jar. Cut… Read More
Here are a couple of easy ideas for centerpieces. The first is some berry branches, faux or real, simply gathered in a vase and surrounded by moss you can get from the craft store. The second is various pumpkins(faux) and candles that have been sprayed with spray adhesive and then rolled in dried beans or… Read More