Well, we're here. Some people call it 'The Show' others call it "The Big Dance" (haha). I was hoping to have some photos of the
Some gifts are so hard to wrap, either because they're oddly shaped or because they're super small - like jewelry or gift cards. I am
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.
Eeek! Christmas is in a week! I have a few more lovely gift ideas for you that will be sure to impress if you're still
If you loved the printable gift wrap from last week, then you’re also going to love these adorable transfer print balsa gift tags. Remember the Thanksgiving centerpiece? Well, I had a fair amount of balsa wood on hand from that project (it was a temporary centerpiece), so I thought about the best way to use the balsa wood again for Christmas. These tags are the perfect use… since one piece of balsa makes sixteen (!!) tags. That’s about $0.14 each. Nice, right? Especially in a world where a pack of 8 tags can cost you $10.
They’re easy as every too… Just a pair of scissors and a home printer is all you need.
Ok. So, this isn’t a DIY, but just a little makeover trick that I’ve employed in the past to save some cash and wanted to share with you today. I’ve talked at length about how and why I use a theme each Christmas, but part of the challenge for me is to do everything I can to use what I have before buying anything new. This year, I used our existing stockings and put a little B&W spin on them with the ol’ cuff trick. What’s the ol’ cuff trick, you ask? Well, I’m about to show you.