DIY Cane Weave Backdrop with Easy Balloon Garland ⋆ Ruffled
A wise man named Aziz Anzari once said, "it takes a little to ball a lot." And no mantra holds more true for today's cane weave backdrop DIY than that!
Outdoor High Tea Party | Kara's Party Ideas
Looking for outdoor high tea party ideas? Kara's Party Ideas has the tea party to revel even the smallest princesses. See more here!
Cross Stitch Wall Art Tutorial - natalme
Hello, friends! I have had so many people email me about the cross stitch wall art I shared on Instagram, I thought I better throw together a tutorial. Luckily, I took photos with my phone as I made it. Hopefully this will give you an idea of how to recreate it, or make it your...Read More
Vintage Book Page Flowers - Lia Griffith
This super creative bouquet of paper flowers is made with vintage book pages makes for an interesting statement piece. Template and tutorial by Lia Griffith
Graduation Party Decorations: Huge DIY Tissue Paper Number Sign / Centerpiece
Yesterday you got a sneak peak of my Tissue Paper Number Sign – I kinda love it! It throws back to elementary school crafting at it’s finest, but I think it’s super awesome. I love that it’s simple and thrifty and awesome. Seriously, you can do this! (and so can your kiddos – recruit them...Read More »
DIY IDEAS: 10 BACKDROP FAVORITES
Sometimes you want to direct the focus of your guests onto a certain area - a perfect example being the wedding ceremony altar, the wedding ...
28 Decorating Tricks To Brighten Up Your Rented Home
So, you want to fix up that gross apartment or dorm you're subletting this summer, but don't want to lose your deposit? Here are some easy ways to brighten up your space without permanent damage.
How to Do Quilling
How to Do Quilling. The art of quilling, or coiling paper, has been around for centuries--from monks curling gold paper during the Renaissance, to young ladies learning the art during the 19th century. Today, quilling is just as popular as...
Hello Neon! A Neon Kids’ Party
Everything old is new again and that is certainly the case with neon which is shedding its image as an 80s cliche and enjoying a stylish revival. Eunice and Sabrina Moyle, the sisters behind letterpress company Hello!Lucky, chose it as the theme of a super fun party for six two-year olds.Not only did Eunice and Sabrina choose a very hip, of-the-moment theme, neon is perfectly suited for kids (happy, bright, fun!) and is flexible enough for any budget or crafting ability.
Review of Jacob Hashimoto: The Other Sun at Ronchini Gallery
13/07/12 Jacob Hashimoto: The Other Sun Ronchini Gallery 29 June – 28 August 2012 If you’re ever one to wander around with a feeli...