Hello Friends! I’ve had a nice little break from the blog, but I’m back. And I’m so excited to be participating in the Fall Festival Blog hop, hosted by my friends Kendra (Joy In Our Home) and Lindsay (My Creative Days). There are so many fun themes/posts to hop through over the next week and you can check those out at the bottom of this post. I’m sharing a little neutral fall vignette that I whipped up for the occasion.
If you are stopping by from My Creative Days, WELCOME!
In my opinion, fall is best season and is so much fun to decorate for. I love all pumpkins, but the white ones are by far my favorites.
To create this little vignette, I pulled together random decor pieces from our home, keeping the color pallette simple. An old window anchors everything, while a white cake stand and a few books help group items together. I also added in some greenery to vary the height.
This cute book page banner was so easy to make! Just type out your letters in a Word document and print out on a book page. Then cut them out in whatever shape you want and tape the backs to some string. Easy peasy!
Look at the cute curly green stem!
So what do you think of this neutral fall vignette? I love how it came together, using just a few pumpkins and other pieces from our home. Seems like the perfect way to welcome autumn!
I hope you enjoyed this stop on our Fall Festival Blog Hop! Now it’s time to hop on over and check out the beautiful vignette from Jen at Noting Grace, as well as the rest of the awesome posts this week. Thanks for stopping by!
Front Porches on Tuesday
Fall Recipes on Wednesday
Tablescapes on Thursday
Mantels on Friday
Hello, Friends! Today, I’m sharing a simple St. Patrick’s Day table setting with you. If you love to celebrate the Irish holiday, then you will appreciate this post. If not, you can definitely take away a few of these ideas for general spring decorating!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! If you have yet to plan anything for your loves, I have some great ideas. Here some of my favorite Valentine’s Day Projects & Printables that have been shared on the blog over the years.
A fun and unique way to show someone you care about them.
Simple cards with a modern flare. Perfect for kids to take to their friends!
An easy project to dress up a romantic dinner at home.
Add a little holiday fun with this festive Valentine’s Day decor!
Simple to make with a surprising outcome at the end!
The perfect project for kids to do and give to a parent or loved one.
Share the love with the fun designs.
Originally published on Feb. 1, 2016. I’ve put a lot of projects on this blog over the past couple of years, many of which are pretty detailed and take quite a bit time. But I absolutely love an easy project and today’s is just that. This simple ribbon heart place card requires minimal supplies and is super quick to whip up.
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Here’s what you need:
(I found these pretty, neutral ribbons a few weeks ago at World Market and knew I had to have them in my stash.)
To start, cut two equally sized pieces of ribbon. Mine were about 5 1/2 inches each.
Next, using the hot glue gun, place a small line of glue at one end of a ribbon. Press the ends of the ribbon together to make them stick. Do the same to the other ribbon.
Then, run a small bead of glue along one side of one ribbon and attach the other ribbon to it to create a heart shape.
To make the name tag, cut a small banner shape from a piece of paper and use the alphabet stamps and stamp pad to write the name.
Finally, add a dab of glue to the middle of the heart and attach the paper banner. Aren’t these cute?
These would be perfect for a party or even for a Valentine’s Day dinner. And, you could always change the wording on the paper to fit whatever occasion you choose. So many possibilities!
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