Heather of Setting for Four loves decorating her house with beautiful bowls and plates. Throw in Kate Spade’s “sophisticated yet playful” style, and Heather’s totally smitten! Heather replicated the look of Kate’s Confetti Collection on a plain white bowl using reinforcement stickers and nail polish. The stickers made for perfect circles with zero fuss. While this lovely dish can definitely be year-round, Heather points out that the touch of pink is also perfect for celebrating Valentine’s Day.
Merrill, the Girl of a Thousand Dreams, has been dreaming about owning some Kate Spade polka dot plates for what feels like her entire life. But does anyone actually need plates that cost $140 for a set of five? That’s where Merrill’s “alternative plan” comes into play that involves dollar store plates, glass paint, and paper hole reinforcement stickers for that perfect polka dot. Merrill says, “Lesson learned: Never buy something for $140 when you can make it for $5! Merrill:1 Kate Spade: 0”
Holly from Holly Would loves all the fun prints that are available with hand painted dinnerware. She achieved a similar look by simply drawing patterns onto some plain white dishes from Goodwill with a Sharpie. Talk about cheap and easy! Plus, there’s no reason to fret over perfection since the imperfections are key to getting [...Read More]
For the longest time, Kelli from A Happy Place Called Home had been eyeing a set of hand-painted dinnerware from West Elm. When it became discontinued, Kelli decided to achieve the same look with a 99 cent plate and some leftover paint. She now has a cute little plate for holding candles and other decorative [...Read More]
Amy from Positively Splendid shares a stocking tutorial to add a little whimsy to your mantel this Christmas. I just love the colorfully patterned polka dots and cheetah print trim. It adds a little something unexpected and interesting to the typical holiday color scheme. Amy was inspired by the Personalized Ballard Christmas Stockings from Ballard [...Read More]