DIY Chalkboard Lid Mason Jars
I am always looking for new ways to help guests identify their drinks at parties and since chalkboard paint and mason jars tend to be a growing trend right now, why not put them together? It only takes two steps!Materials NeededMason Jars (I bought 12 for $6.99 at Walmart)Drill and 1/4 inch drill bitChalkboard Paint or Spray PaintStrawsChalkIf you already know how to work a drill, this project is super simple. First, you are going to drill a hole into the middle of the top of your mason jar lid using your 1/4 inch drill bit. Please say hello to [...]
DIY Glittered Signs
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!!!
DIY Fancy Clothespins
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. Materials Needed:ClothespinsSpraypaintMod PodgeScrapbook paperSandpaper (optional)Instructions: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 [...]
DIY Layered Cake
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!
DIY Lace Pottery
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 [...]