If you’re looking for a simple yet satisfying project this weekend look not more! These DIY Glittered Wire Signs by Oh Happy Day would be a lovely touch for a bride or groom’s chair at the reception and they are easy to make!
These could also be used for the guest of honor’s chair at a bridal/baby shower or for a dinner party. Head over to Oh Happy Day for the full tutorial and have a happy weekend!!!
For Jayde’s Baby Shower I made decorative clothespins to hang the onesies the hostesses made. I am confident I’m not the first person to ever do this but today I am going to share with you how I did it.
- Spray paint your clothespins the color you would like them. I spray painted my clothespins to be a copper/champagne color to match the scrapbook paper I had picked.
- Use a dry clothespin to start tracing on your scrapbook paper. If you want to multitask you can set aside one clothespin sans spray paint to trace while the rest of the clothespins are drying.
- Cut out your traced clothespin.
- Once your clothespins have completely dried, spread Mod Podge on one side of the clothespin and stick your scrapbook paper to the clothespin. Let it dry and then spread more Mod Podge on top of the paper.
- This step is optional. If you have excess scrapbook paper on the sides of your clothespins you can shave it off with sandpaper.
Decorated clothespins can be used to hang onesies at a baby shower, lingerie at a Bachelorette Party or shower, food menu cards, the possibilities are endless. In fact, I used the same clothespins from Jayde’s shower to hang my Christmas Cards last December:
Also, I recently saw these fancy clothespins used for gift wrapping and to hang pictures:
What if I told you this cake cost only $5 and required zero baking whatsoever? Don’t believe me? Check out the tutorial by Jessica Kirkland on Hostess with the Mostess and you’ll find yourself asking, “Why didn’t I think of that?!” I know I did! Thank you for sharing Jessica!
I saw this DIY for lace pottery on Urban Comfort and can’t wait to try it myself. In fact, I wish I’d have come across it before I decorated for the Lace Bridal Shower I did a few weekends ago. My mom bought me an expensive lace bowl on Etsy for Christmas this year. It actually wouldn’t have been that expensive except she thought she was buying a set of six and realized she was only buying one when the bowl arrived. After seeing this tutorial, I plan to decoupage lace to an assortment of white bowls to coordinate with the one I already have. Thanks for idea Urban Comfort!
Spring has (officially) sprung! I use the term “officially” because in Texas it has felt like spring since November. We made the trip to Round Top last weekend and I was reminded of a the milk bottle crate I purchased on our Fall trip. My original plan was to use it as a centerpiece/vase for my kitchen table and that is where it currently resides sans flowers but the below pictures were taken last fall when I had a fresh bouquet at my disposal. I’m thinking Texas Wildflowers would look stunning if I were brave enough to pull over on the side of the highway to pick them. For now, these photographs will have to suffice.
We saw several milk bottle crates again this year. Unfortunately Round Top doesn’t occur again until the Fall but I’m sure they’ll have them again!