This project is an oldie but goodie! I posted this basket a few years ago on my former blog and have seen it republished on other many websites and in several magazines. Last year I shared how to make a smaller version of this basket, which is also cute and has a brilliant method for… Read more.
I have been very busy this last month preparing Fourth of July printables, tutorials and ideas for you. . . and for my big family celebration as well. Thanks again Lisa Frank for your crafty contributions for this vintage style holiday. Here is a photo roundup of all of the printables and DIY projects for… Read more.
Here is a quick and easy way to take a strand of Holiday lights and dress them up perfectly for your outdoor entertaining. I made these for our family Fourth of July party but I can see them staying up all summer for outdoor events. Just use this star punch to make gold and silver… Read more.
For those of you who need a great looking last minute flag, you have come to the right place. This printable vintage flag comes in two sizes (3×1.5 inches and 6.5×3.5 inches) and coordinates with the Vintage Fourth of July party kit. The faded colors and pale craft background give them a vintage look. Just… Read more.
A few of you have requested a printable version of the paper pinwheels that were used for the Vintage Fourth of July celebration. . . so here they are. I made a few changes in my tutorial like using the method of a push pin and pencil to allow the pinwheel to spin. Remember making… Read more.
Another fun tutorial I wanted to share from the Vintage Fourth of July Celebration post is how to make these adorable potato chip bags with kraft paper. There is something that kids love about having their food set up so they can pick it up and hold it with their little fingers, and it is… Read more.
I just can’t get enough of felt lately! Party planner, Lisa Frank made these felt strawberries to decorate the table of our Vintage Fourth of July Party and I knew then it was something I needed to share the tutorial with you. Lisa was inspired by the paper version of this strawberry from paper scrapz… Read more.
A huge thanks to Courtney at Pizzazzerie for debuting our very first big party shoot yesterday. This party was planned and crafted by Lisa Frank and yours truly. A lot of work and a lot of fun! Take a look at the photos, get inspired to celebrate this Fourth of July. . . and I… Read more.
Aren’t these pinwheels just too cute? I love them in felt as they can be used multiple times for several parties. We are all about recycling, right? Today Lisa Frank shows us how to make these adorable felt pinwheels. You can use this same technique with paper and these pinwheels can be made with one… Read more.
As I mentioned Friday, I have been working with party planner, Lisa Frank to create a fabulous vintage style Fourth of July party to include the printable kit, tutorials and inspiration just for you guys. In case you missed it you can get the freebie invitation + envelope liner and sparkle & shine matchbox labels… Read more.
Happy Monday! I created this tutorial for the grocery bag basket over a year ago for another blog and since it is still one of my favorites I would like to share it here as well. I am still using my little baskets for photo props and to collect cards and paper clips on my… Read more.
Today I am sharing some adorable matchbox printables for your Fourth of July celebration. This is also a sneak peek of the whole printable kit and that was designed for a vintage style party. I will be sharing photos of this party along with some of the craft tutorials by party planner, Lisa Frank in… Read more.
To finish out the first week of June, I have decided to include the printable invitation and envelope liner for the Vintage Fourth of July event that party planner Lisa Frank and I recently created and photographed just for you. This party will be featured on one of my favorite party sites, Pizzazzerie this upcoming… Read more.