How many times have you been at a get-together, set down your glass, and then not been able to figure out which one is yours? I know it has happened to me a time or two (or a hundred!). Jamie from Southern Revivals shares the perfect way to prevent such mishaps when you’re playing hostess […Read More]
You know those time when you need a way to transport cupcakes to your child’s class for a birthday or to a party at a friend’s house, but, alas, you have no way to carry them? Jaime from That’s My Letter has the answer to all your cupcake carrying needs with this Anthropologie-inspired wooden cupcake […Read More]
Jenna from Rain on a Tin Roof says she was perusing Jonathan Adler’s site awhile back when she came across a totally unique item that she LOVED – a mohawk lollipop holder. Unique, right? Jenna wasn’t ready to spend $100 on it and instead hit up the craft store for a few items to make […Read More]
Nikki of Tikkido wanted rustic rope serving trays like some from Pottery Barn for a couple nautical parties this summer. However, she didn’t particularly want to pay the $69 price tag. Each. Instead, Nikki made her own for $2 each using only three materials – foam core, rope, and a hot glue gun. She says, […Read More]
If you’ve been around any of my sites, you know I come from a game-loving family. So when I came across the idea for a giant Jenga game, I was instantly sold. Emma from A Beautiful Mess felt the same way after playing for the first time at a friend’s house and immediately came home to build her own set. As she says, it is a pretty easy and inexpensive project – just cut some boards, sand them smooth, and then paint them if you want to. This would be a gift that keeps giving for Dad as your family enjoys giant Jenga competitions outside all summer long!
Jordan from Oh Happy Day and her team worked together to create this bright and beautiful striped tablecloth – with PAINT! I am a huge fan of painting on fabric, so this project is right up my alley. Jordan simply taped off stripes on a store-bought tablecloth and then painted them in with fabric paint. […Read More]
Once a long time ago Roberta of Mommy Like Whoa loved to fill her house with all of Anthropologie’s pretties. Then she got married and had kids who broke many of those expensive pretties. Doh! Roberta says luckily she is a crafty gal and has been able to create her own pretties for way less cash – like this colorful felt garland she made for free using scraps of felt and embroidery thread. This is adorable for a party or just day-to-day hanging on a mantel or draped on a buffet.