Sunday, November 30, 2014
Saturday, June 21, 2014
I have seen a ton of these flip flop wreaths on Pinterest and they are so cute for summer.
You will need:
18" MDF wreath
piece of ribbon
19 flip flops ($1 store has them)
Bow/ribbon for the front
Newspaper as a drop cloth
Add your bow to the front and you're done
I saw this wagon at Rodworks in Gilbert, AZ and I had to have it! It will be a great addition to every holiday display. I had the chalk board and drew the American flag. I found a few flags, sparkly star sprigs, patriotic flowers, and garland and threw everything in the wagon. Use books to prop decor up higher.
Happy 4th 2014!
Monday, April 7, 2014
Despite my busy crazy life in graduate school, as a wife, mommy, and caring for my home, I still think of all the time I wish I had for more crafts and subsequent updates on the blog. I honestly have not decorated since Christmas (hence the lack of anything!) My poor little 7 year old was begging for me to put out some Easter stuff, so here is this year's table display. I hosted a bridal shower and bought some Cherry Blossom fresh cut branches from Costco for $9.99, which made the display more real and not too cute-sy (technical term ya know). They look better up close and would be awesome for a high end wedding centerpiece. My niece said a friend of hers actually hot glued on more little pink flowers, which is a great idea. I didn't have time to do that this time around. Nonetheless, the display turned out cute :)
The whole she-bang. The tricycle is actually a wine rack.
My simple 36 inch wreath uses full tulip bouquets from Michael's and burlap ribbon
Lanterns are always there, I just put some eggs in there.
The little egg tree on the right and frame in the middle are from the $1 store