With all the paint, hot glue, and other random craft items I go through around here, I’m pretty tough on aprons. And my last one kicked the dust a while back during a pretty dramatic paint spill. Whoops! So, I started searching for more durable options and decided to DIY my own once again.
I had a bunch of leftover blooms this weekend after wrapping up a project and couldn’t let them go to waste. So I whipped up a few mini bouquets and wedding boutonnieres.
Once I had them all together, it kind of reminded me of my own wedding. I DIYed all of the flowers for our wedding and we used a lot of yellow. And it got me thinking about DIY weddings and how charming but also a little crazy they can be!
So here’s a flower recipe for making your own spring mini bouquet and spring boutonnieres.
Happy Friday. I just realized this morning that this weekend is a holiday weekend! Yay!
I rounded up some really good DIYs for the long weekend to try. There’s super easy projects in the mix (like number 6), alongside a couple of longer projects (like that tufted strange banquet – number 5). To make things interesting, all of this week’s projects are focused on the home. So if you’ve been looking to improve your casa, this one’s for you! Click through for all of the project links.
Over the last year, I’ve become obsessed with earrings – giant statement earrings, tiny sparkles, dangles, etc. And it’s been too long since I shared my favorites, so I put together a big earring roundup today of all of my faves (in all price ranges – starting at $9!).
Here are 31 amazing pairs of earrings that will make any outfit.
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and I haven’t been the best at celebrating it this year. BUT cocktails make everything better… AND today is Galentine’s Day after all. So here’s a V-Day inspired cocktail that will hit the spot, whether you’ve got big plans or you’re staying in.
It’s a spiked cherry lemonade cocktail! Click through for this (quick and easy) Valentine’s Day cocktail recipe.
I used a $20 plaid blanket from Target, leftover from my holiday outdoor entertaining post, to create a super warm and totally wearable piece in 30 minutes. Takes even less time than that if you leave the edges raw. Click through for the tutorial.
Headed back home tonight from a week-long trip to California. It was a really fun trip and I’m so glad I was able to go. But I’m also anxious to dive back into work. Anyone else get that way after a trip?
What are you up to this weekend? I have a handful of DIYs to try if you’re looking for project ideas. Click through for the links!