Julie from Lilacs & Longhorns says even if she had all the money in the world she still wouldn’t pass up the opportunity for a knock off! In her words, it’s just plain “FUN!” While shopping at Pottery Barn, Julie spotted a shiny yet rustic silver wood elevated riser nestled in a gorgeous tablescape. She […Read More]
Bren of BrenDid loves the banners designed by Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids, but she not does love paying $24 for a garland made of cardstock and glitter! This “Give Thanks” glitter banner is a cinch to make with just cardstock and baker’s twine and won’t break the bank. It costs $2.40, which is […Read More]
While Ashley from Simply Designing isn’t usually a fan of gold, she has been warming up to it the trend. She decided to dip her toe in the gold craze by spray painting some plastic craft store pumpkins to make a simple yet elegant vase filler. Ashley knew this would be an inexpensive, low-commitment way […Read More]
Lisa of Concord Cottage was inspired when she saw a pretty fall mantel from Better Homes and Gardens that featured white pumpkins spelling out THANKS. Lisa adapted this idea and made a pumpkin wreath banner with the word FALL. Amazingly, she was able to do it for only $7 using foam wreath forms and pumpkins […Read More]
Molly from Just a Little Creativity was spurred on by her love for the woodland animal trend to replicate animal place card holders from Pottery Barn. Plastic toy animals are the stars in this show. With a coat of gold spray paint, they look totally glam! And Molly shows just how essential these little holders are for your Thanksgiving feast… Use them to display name cards, label dishes, or, my fave, show what everyone is thankful for.
Here’s a really cute Thanksgiving idea from Ashley at Simply Designing. With just a bit of felt and a little hand-stitching, she made these little pilgrim boats filled with candy. Wouldn’t these make darling place holders at the “kid’s table?” You could also fill them with small gourds or pinecones if the candy might prevent your little ones from “gobbling” up their turkey.
Shirley from These Moments of Mine was kicking back with her PB Kids catalog with no intention of creating anything one night. However, after spying a a cute little Christmas garland, her creative juices got flowing and had another idea. Shirley got to work creating her own harvest version of the garland using craft paper, her Silhouette, and distressing ink. Her spur-of-the-moment project is a beautiful reminder to be thankful!