Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
I just discovered that you can tint mason jars and make them look like this, and all it takes is a little Modge Podge and food coloring. I found this easy tutorial put together by Heidi of My Beautiful Mess.
What I like about this tutorial is that Heidi paints the jars on the outside instead of the inside like most tutorials I've seen. This way, if you want to use them as floating candle votives or as flower vases you can. Personally, I think I'm going to use them to store odds and ends.
I found this tutorial on Inside My Hideaway and I just love the way the stripes look on the bottle. Isn't it cool how something so simple can be so pretty? And wouldn't this look great as part of a centerpiece or on a mantle?
Here it is filled with beaded flowers. Just lovely!
How cute for Valentine's Day!
Eileen Behar of Behar Party Designs created this tulle heart wreath tutorial for us to share. Thank you, Eileen!
I saw this Vintage Ballerina Birthday on our site that Jenifer H created for her daughter, and I thought it was beyond beautiful.
Then I read that she pulled the whole thing off for $150 and I almost died. How did she do it? I, of course, had to find out Jenifer's secrets, and she so generously agreed to share them here. We won't tell, Jenifer, we promise!
I've been a fan of Kori Clark's from Paper & Pigtails for a long long time, so I was excited to finally get to work with her. Kori is not only a delight, but she also designed these "Sweethearts" Valentine's Day party printables for us that are so happy and bright, they put a smile on my face. Take a look...
The collection includes: editable invitations, party circles, favor tags, editable tented cards, an editable banner, straw flags, and little cute Valentines to give to your friends. (Please note: the editable files must be used with Adobe Reader, a free download.)
How great would this paper rose wreath look greeting your guests at your next birthday, shower, or Valentine's Day party?
This tutorial from Sandi at I'm a Yarner is so easy but definitely takes some time. So if you've got some Glee to catch up on, it might be worth doing.
Whenever I get crafty, I feel like a kid! So yesterday, I had a great day making homemade ornaments for our tree using my handy HP Printer (go here for our current HP printer giveaway) and some free downloads from the HP Creative Studio.
Take a look at what I made... (For the downloads, click on the photos.)