If you love playing the hostess, then you probably can’t get enough pretty platters and dessert stands. Rachel from Like a Saturday created a color blocked glass dessert stand by simply gluing together glassware. While her inspiration combined blue and green glass, Rachel already had a set of blue dessert stands and was able to [...Read More]
Brittany from Confessions of a Secret Crafter gave a serving set the Midas touch with liquid gilding. I adore the simple elegance of the gold-plated handle and would love to pull this set out for a night of entertaining. Brittany says, “Who doesn’t need a little sparkle and shine in their life? I know I do!”
What does every hostess need to have in her entertaining arsenal? A beverage cart of course! Ashley from Shanty 2 Chic made one just in time for her holiday entertaining for only $150, and that includes the hardware. I love Ashley’s suggestion of stocking this baby with coffee and cocoa for a festive holiday soiree. How cute!
Your typical drinking glass may be functional, but it’s definitely not fun. Kelsey from P.S. Heart shows just how simple it is to transform those boring old glasses into festive and fun glasses. Kelsey says that glass paints worked like a dream. All she had to do was dot away, allowing each color to dry in between application. Now Kelsey has a new set of “party cups” that are perfect for her next get-together.
A couple of weeks ago I shared a fun twist on your traditional place cards that was made from repurposed Scrabble game pieces. If you loved the idea but don’t have an old Scrabble game to dispose of, Laura from Inspiration for Moms shares at My Crafty Spot how you can get the look with a strip of molding and wood tiles from the craft store. All Laura had to do was cut her molding to size and then paint her tiles with chalkboard paint. The result? “A super simple craft that is a great addition to your table at any family gathering!”
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict shares a fun way to put that old Scrabble game that’s been sitting in your closet for ages to use. And, no, it’s not at your next game night! Debbie stained the wood tile holders for a more vintage look and then spray painted the tiles with chalkboard paint to make the cutest place holders for her table. All she has to do is erase and change the letters whenever she has new guests. Absolutely genius!
Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time for backyard BBQs, bonfires, and pool parties. Jaime from That’s My Letter shares an idea for creating the perfect party table with her mini croquet mallet food labels. I mean how cute are these? Aside from just looking adorable, these food labels clearly mark all the grub so guests know what’s being served. They’re also versatile enough to be used as place cards or garden markers if you remove the base.