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Ice Ice Baby

Whoever came up with the idea of edible flower ice cubes is a Pinterest genius! My mom and I discovered the idea about four years ago and have been spicing up our cocktails ever since.

Spring is here and I am sure that your foreseeable future is filled with cocktail parties. Get yourself a cute ice cube tray and try these out! They won't disappoint!

Ice cube tray
Edible flowers (I... Continue reading

The Pom-Pom Pillow

POM-POMS! These fluff balls are AMAZING and are so easy to make. I'd have to say that they also pair quite nicely with flamingos! If you have been making yarn pom-poms the old-school way (with a fork), then you need to try the Clover pom-pom maker. It is a game changer!

Pre-warning to my friends with upcoming birthdays, you may be receiving a pom-pom pillow. I've been pumping these things out like... Continue reading

The Perfect Planter

Despite the recent cold weather, I think it is safe to say that Spring is here! Tis the season for flowers, and picnics, and hikes and CRAFTING, obviously. Which brings me to today's DIY: planters. Break out your old mason jars because I am going to teach you how to make gold leaf planters in a matter of minutes.

Sponge brush
Gold leaf sheets
Gold leaf adhesive
Mason jars (various sizes - I... Continue reading

The Clay Coaster

These marbleized coasters are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. Who ever thought clay could look this good? I was inspired by Sarah Johnson to make these, and I am absolutely in love with the way that they turned out. I'd have to say, my kindergarten clay modeling skills have come a long way and I bet yours have too! Details on how I made these beauties are below.

Sculpey oven-bake clay (pick an assortment... Continue reading

The Paper Ribbon

PAPER. RIBBONS. Need I say more? My mom taught me how to make these in college and I have been making them like crazy ever since. You can use them to accessorize your office bulletin board or to up your gift wrapping game. The possibilities are endless. 

  • Scrapbook paper
  • Cupcake wrappers 
  • Hot glue gun
  • Liquid glue
  • 3/8" ribbon
  • Paper trimmer
  • Hammer
  • Scissors
  • Mini tart pan- Bed Bath & Beyond also sells...
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The Milk Glass Effect

I am so excited to share this post with everyone! This is by far one of my favorite projects to date. I have always been a lover of antique milk glass and I figured out a way to replicate the 3-dimensional aspect with liquid glass. The best part about this DIY, on top of it looking like something you picked up at Homegoods, is that the entire project is under $10. 

  • Liquid glass
  • Rubbing...
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The Mossy Monogram

Who doesn't love monogram letters? You can use them to personalize any space, whether it be a window sill in your kitchen or a shelf in your office. I was recently wandering through Michael's searching for inspiration and stumbled across these wooden lettersfrom the new Make Market line. Because they had raised edges with a rustic flare, I decided that they needed to be filled with moss. I...
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Mason Jar Crafts for the Animal Lover

Who ever thought desk organization could look this cute? This DIY is super simple and is a creative way to re-purpose your old mason jars. Whether you fill the jars with loose change or candy for a party favor, the animal lid toppers are surely going to create a stir, as in DIY envy.

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Pair Your Oysters with Pearls

I don’t know about you, but I am an oyster fanatic! My mom and I were recently out at dinner and, per usual, I ordered a dozen oysters. The wine was flowing and, oddly enough, we got to talking about oyster crafts. We decided that the shells were beautiful and had the potential to be repurposed as a jewelry dish or candle holder. And so, that is exactly what I set out to do. Now to the important... Continue reading

Cabin Fever

I have a tray obsession and it is kind of a problem. They are living under my bed, on top of my refrigerator and in my cabinets.  I was recently walking through Target and spotted this Tree Bark Server.  I decided that it had to be made into a tray, as if I need another one.

If you know someone that likes to host, or you want to say thank you to your neighbors that always let you drink their wine... Continue reading