During the holidays, we shared a post about decorating for a modern holiday. We created a star burst wall art to add some fun DIY drama in a palette of golds. Many of you commented and asked for the tutorial. Our busy holiday schedule pushed this post back, but we decided to make a new… Read more.
I love these adorable tissue tassels. They are very versatile, perfect for a sophisticated New Year’s Eve soiree, a kids birthday party or a darling addition to a nursery. They are fluffy and fun and great to make as a last minute decor. That is if you have a Martha Stewart Crafts Fringe Cutter. … Read more.
Here is a great way to add a little thought and fun to your New Year’s Eve celebration. This set of printable wish cards have prompts for your guests so they can add their wish, their goal, their word of the year and a space to add their own message. You can then have your… Read more.
Here is a printable “Happy New Year” banner for your 1920’s style party! This banner coordinates with the party hats and photo props. These are ready for you to download and print using the button at the end of the post. Since they are printed in black with a gold foil look, I like to… Read more.
This year’s New Year’s Eve party hats are in a gorgeous 1920’s style. The black, gold and purple palette comes in both a paper cut headband as well as a printable version and the party hat comes in a vintage gold and black print. I did add a few fun rhinestones to both hats and… Read more.
Every year I post a set of New Year’s Eve printables. This is the fourth year (the first two on my prior blog). My daughter Emily and her wonderful boyfriend are always my models and it is quite fun to watch them grow up. This years set of photo props include both the printable files… Read more.
There is nothing that says Christmas better than a homemade holiday cookie. What fun it is to gather with your friends to exchange your fresh baked goodies and what a great way to do it with this adorable Christmas Cookie Exchange Party Kit. We partnered with TomKat Studios for this cookie exchange party in designing… Read more.
This Christmas morning I will have a small group of family at my house. Much different from the 21 I hosted at Thanksgiving. Our family tradition is to open gifts on Christmas eve and to serve an elegant breakfast or brunch on Christmas day. I am so lucky that this year Birch Lane invited me… Read more.
But of course! With all of the paper greenery we are doing this season, a mistletoe kissing ball is a must. Though I think the mistletoe would look great with a small bundle of sprigs and tied with a red ribbon, this kissing ball makes quite the statement and is perfect for your holiday party… Read more.
The last few weeks, I have been enjoying the wonderful holiday fruits from my The Fruit Company. When they asked me to share my tips on how to create a gorgeous fruit centerpiece, I jumped at the opportunity. Once upon a time, in a past life of mine, I owned a little flower shop. We… Read more.
A few weeks ago, the people at Cricut asked if I would write a post about their new cartridge Photo Booth Props. Well, of course if it means playing dress up and having a good laugh, I am all in! So, I rallied the team to brainstorm how we could use a few of the… Read more.
You all loved our Halloween paper cut village so we knew we had to out do ourselves and design a winter village that is not only one layer of paper but three. This winter village has a mountain scape in the background with little village houses, clock towers, light poles and trees in the front… Read more.
This post is sponsored by Target. Shop Home Decor for modern luxury made easy. It is time for fall entertaining! I love to have décor and supplies ready and on hand for those last minute parties and gatherings of friends and family. One of my favorite things to do when I entertain is to serve local food and… Read more.
As winter is approaching and it is getting cooler outside, I love to host intimate gatherings at my home. This year I decided to embrace the winter season with this Frozen themed party. We don’t get a lot of snow here in Portland so I thought it would be fun to create a white wonderland… Read more.
This year we were so full of Halloween decoration ideas that I decided it would be fun to do a little roundup. We need to see them all in one place, right? For Halloween decor, we started outside the house with the entryway and made our way through the house finishing with a Halloween party… Read more.
It is the season for costumes and when Michaels asked us to show another DIY costume for today’s Michaels Makers blog hop we decided to share one that is perfect for one of Portland’s favorite past times. Portland hosts the 10th largest marathon in the U.S. and smaller ones once or sometimes even twice a… Read more.
Michaels had invited us, yes that mean you too, to #TrickYourPumpkin! That sounds like fun, right? We are tricking our pumpkins by making them think they are a round black cat, a chubby horned owl and a sly orange fox. Ha! These balls of cuteness are made from using foam pumpkins, craft felt and googly… Read more.
I am planning an end-of-good weather soirée at my house in a few weeks and wanted to give my back yard a little makeover. My modern style Ikea table and chairs that I bought I few years ago had a lovely frosted glass top that did not make it in my last move. This gave… Read more.
For my friends Lauren and Nelson’s wedding a few weeks ago, we decided to make them a custom cake topper. One of their favorite things to say to each other is “love you more” which makes a perfect phrase to top their wedding day cake. You can see their cake below and how we decorated… Read more.
Here is a fun little printable for you! Tiny note cards and envelopes are the perfect way to share your love and appreciation or you can print and bundle these in a set to give as a gift. Just download the PDF below, print onto a white paper, trim and fold your envelopes that are… Read more.