I was recently asked to participate in the 2nd Annual diy design challenge by Victoria of A Subtle Revelry, where four designers (myself included) styled handcrafted party scenes to compete for a readers choice award + one incredible grand prize (the opportunity to style a shoot for Ruche! prize includes a plane ticket to Ruche shoot and a new outfit as well).
The theme is “So fresh and so clean”, which is why I decided to do a diy project that involved soap. I created a brand new tutorial and tablescape (tablescape shown here) for the challenge that I’ve never posted anywhere else. The “party” I created was a winter meets spring diy crafting party. And the diy project is for a custom soap carving that can be used as part of your everyday decor (smells good too) or given as a practical (and adorable) gift.
You can visit my tablescape on A Subtle Revelry, right here. And if you feel obliged to leave a comment there, that would be wonderful (it’s part of the contest).
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Oh, that’s awesome! No problem at all for the “outing”. Sorry, I didn’t mean it like that all. Glad that it looks good. Thanks for letting me know. And thanks for being a pns reader. 🙂papernstitch
Oops, didn’t mean to “out” you! Yea I got the subscription but it looks great and when I saw your picture I was like “hey I read her blog!” So psyched for you, great job!Vanessa
Hi Vanessa. Wow! I didn’t know that the issue was out yet. How does it look? I haven’t even told anyone I am in it yet. 🙂 Thank you for the congrats.papernstitch
I got my Country Living magazine today and was pleasantly surprised to see your DIY there! Congratulations!Vanessa