Posts in the ‘Decor’ Category
When I read that Candy from The Party Bakery spent $125 on her daughter's Tangled Up in Fun Rapunzel Birthday, I almost flipped. How did she do it? Well, I asked her how, and she was kind enough to write up her money saving tips. Thank you, Candy, for all your practical and creative ideas. Take a look...
Have a Little Princess who’s dreaming of a Royal Birthday Bash? Gonna need a fairy godmother to pull it off on your budget? No problem…you’ve got this!
My daughter loves pine cones and always collects them, so when I saw this tutorial for a beautiful way to display them in a frame, I had to post about it. The tutorial was created by Linda of Craftaholics Anonymous.
How beautiful would these framed pine cones look as part of your fall or winter decor.
Anitria from With Envy Parties designed these classic and traditional "Give Thanks" Thanksgiving printables and we are lucky enough to get to give them away. I love all the pretty leaf garlands... Thank you, Anitria!
The collection includes: invitations, menus, party circles, drink flags, favor tags, blank place cards, filled-in food labels, water bottle labels, "I'm thankful for..." cards, wine bottle labels, and patterned paper. Phew, that's a lot!!
Ali P made this paper wheel backdrop for her Let's Go Nuts Dinner Party and when I posted a photo of it on Facebook, the response was incredible. People kept wanting to know how she did it.
Well, Ali kindly put together this tutorial for us, so thank you, Ali! Now take it away...
Here's why Etsy is so incredible. Look at all the phenomenal handmade items I found for Thanksgiving. These put a smile on my face.
Want something that feels playful and modern? Take a look at this complete collection of Thanksgiving printables designed by Holly from Mimi’s Dollhouse.
The collection includes: an invitation, party labels, drink flags, water bottle labels, "I'm thankful for" cards, tented cards, a "Happy Thanksgiving" banner, and a kids' activity/coloring sheet.
I love garlands! They are some of my favorite decorations, so when I stumbled upon this felt garland tutorial from Rebekah of Twinkle and Twine, I had to write about it.
The best thing about this felt letter garland is that there is a "sew" and a "no-sew" version, so for the non-sewers like me, there's no need to feel intimidated. How great would this look on your mantle or even wrapped up as a holiday gift?
We interrupt Halloween to bring you this cute set of free football tailgater printables from Brady from 9 to 5 Mom.
Now you can easily (and cheaply) add some style to your next football party. The collection includes: party circles, cupcake toppers, tented cards, and a "touchdown" banner. Thank you, Brady for this fun collection.