The numbers don’t lie, you guys! There were some very very clear winners for the top posts you loved this year. I took both stats and comments into account when tabulating this list of the top ten blog posts, projects, and tutorials that you devoured this year. Since I know that not all of you have been around the entire year (welcome!!) I wanted to dig back through 2015 to showcase what you guys resonated most with this year. Ready?
This week is the best week for drinking fun champagne cocktails and really relishing in the festivity of the season. Today I’m sharing my absolute favorite champagne cocktail to serve during New Year’s celebrations and it’s my favorite for two reasons…
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! For lots of us, this week and next are going to be jam packed with festivities. It can be pretty easy to get overwhelmed with the long list of to-do’s leading up to any fetê.
Today, I want to take the time to not only share MY personal party prep strategy, but also to hear from you all and have you share the ways you gracefully plan for the seasons soirées.
Ok, so sometimes I totally cheat when it comes to decorating for parties. Why? Well, usually a gathering is a short-lived event and I don’t NEED to go buy expensive stuff to make it a stunning presentation. That is why today, I’m sharing a trick for creating a total fake out that I’ve employed several times. Not only is this long wooden box not really a box, but it costs about $3 to make (far less than than what it would cost to buy a 32″ long wooden vase) and it always surprises people when they see how it was done. To the naked eye, this dinner party centerpiece is a floral masterpiece, but just under the façade, however, it’s a truly remarkable fake out.