My big first for the latest baby shower was making a diaper cake. I though it would make a fun centerpiece and it's useful for the parents. However, I did not want to have to tie more than 100 individual diapers and I wanted it to be easily transported, so I used some reinforcements. See below for the step-by-step instructions.
I am a lover of wine, and therefore tend to collect lots of wine corks. I thought these cute hearts made a great decoration or gift for Valentine's Day. Check out the video for step-by-step directions on making your own.
I don't know about you, but keep finding new ways to use those great faux foam pumpkins. As I've said before I love taking something like the foam pumpkins and being able to use them year-after-year. These pumpkin mums do just that!
If you are looking for some quick, easy-to-make fall decor check out these three options below. I also show a visual of how to pull it all together for an easy tablescape. Note I used "burlap" look-alike deco mesh for the runner.
The only thing better than becoming an aunt this year, is becoming an aunt times two! We carried the nursery theme of babies on the farm into the shower invitations, food and decor. Enjoy these easy ideas for how to make your baby shower, or any party, farmtastic.
Are you wanting to spruce up your fall décor? I created a fun table top, or wall hanging, pumpkin out of orange deco mesh, some fun fall leaves and “burlap” mesh for the stem. Check out the easy to understand steps below.
I'm excited to say that I'm going to be an aunt, and that means I had the pleasure of co-hosting the baby shower. We picked a purple and pearls theme and worked to set up to celebrate our growing family. This blog highlights some of the special touches and also give you recipes for your next party.
I show you the tips and tricks to step up the pizzaz of the Sharpie mug craze. Then add your Valentine's favorite candy and wrap it up in cellophane to make it extra special. Plus this is a kid friendly project.
Check out this video on how to take a plain, white canvas and create something unexpected. Plus, you can take off the bow and it is great for the holidays! Make sure you get enough fabric that it is 2 inches wider than the canvas your covering.
Growing up, we always had two trees, one had the ornaments that we made as kids, baby first ornaments, etc, the other was coordinated to match the colors of our house. Throughout the years, I've been able to be my mother's apprentice and help her decorate many trees for her store, her customers and the all special church tree.
Check out my tips to decorating your tree for the holidays.