Posted under: DIY holiday decor



Jun
13

Links I’m Loving: 4th of July ideas

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Happy FRIDAY, friends! I hope you saw the free printable 4th of July ice cream cone wrappers that I posted this past week? It was my contribution as part of a group of 100+ bloggers who all posted 4th of July ideas on the same day. So for this week’s best links, I wanted to feature some of the other ideas from that round-up! Here are some of my faves: Patriotic pom ...
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Links I’m Loving: 4th of July ideas
Jun
11

Free printable ice cream cone wrappers for the 4th of July

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Are you excited for the 4th of July? I am!! Especially since I’ve teamed up with a fabulous group of 110 bloggers to bring you the ULTIMATE Red White and Blue Roundup! For my contribution, I made a fun little free printable to bring a little extra pizzazz to your 4th of July celebrations this year! Printable ice cream cone wrappers. Aren’t they fun? : ) I designed two different wrappers for you ...
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Free printable ice cream cone wrappers for the 4th of July!
Jun
04

Star-spangled patriotic crafts

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With the 4th of July a month away, there’s plenty of time to whip up some patriotic crafts! These star-spangled, budget-friendly DIY projects are all really charming, and many are quite kid-friendly, too. 1. Glitter tape flag via Number 2 Pencil 2. Painted flag mason jars via It All Started With Paint – these would also be lovely as vases for flowers. 3. Firecracker noise makers via Raising Arizona Kids – a five-minute project made from things you probably already ...
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Star-spangled patriotic crafts
Apr
09

Easter bunny and chick fingerprint craft

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Now THIS is cute. Check out these adorable Easter bunnies and chicks that you can make using your fingerprint! It’s a fun little craft for you and your kids to do, and you can make some seriously precious Easter cards or decorations using your art. To make your bunnies and chicks, you just need a stamp ink pad or two in your choice of colors, and a thin point Sharpie ...
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Easter bunnies and chicks fingerprint crafts - SO CUTE!!
Feb
20

How to assemble a printable banner

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I’m often asked how to assemble a printable banner, so I thought a little tutorial might be just the thing! And I do mean little tutorial, because as you’ll see, it is SO easy to make a banner. They look impressive once they’re all done and hung up, but they’re an absolute cinch to make. Now, the printable birthday banners that I sell in my shop are much larger and ...
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How to assemble a printable banner
Dec
30

Kid-friendly New Year’s Eve party ideas

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Whether your kids are old enough to stay up until midnight or so little that you celebrate early in the evening, here’s a round-up of fantastic kid-friendly New Year’s Eve party ideas that everyone will enjoy! FOOD & DRINKS Set up a hot cocoa bar, cupcake decorating bar, or ice cream sundae station. Make buffet-friendly dishes that everyone can enjoy. Make cupcake fondue (it’s a no-heat fondue, so it’s safe for all ages). Toast with ...
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Kid-friendly New Year's Eve party ideas - food, decor, games, DIY noisemakers, and crafts!
Dec
23

Creative Christmas place setting ideas

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Wow your Christmas guests, young and old, with these creative place setting ideas from Hen House Linens! I seriously love these. They’re unique, fun, memorable, and best of all… as easy as pie. (Much easier than pie, actually.) ; ) First, here’s Frosty the Snowman, made from a dinner plate, salad plate, utensils napkins, raisins, and a carrot: A tiny herb wreath looks chic when it’s “hung” from a beautiful ...
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Snowman place setting by www.henhouselinens.com
Dec
22

{one pretty pin} Gingerbread garland

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I’ve never made a gingerberad cookie Christmas garland, but I’d like to think that I will someday. And I’d like to think that it will turn out just like this one. : ) Featured pin • Original source: Technomouse (in Russian) • Pinned to: Christmas

Gingerbread Christmas Garland
Dec
20

Links I’m Loving: Twas (almost!) the night before Christmas

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It’s very nearly Christmas, and I’m really in the Christmas spirit this year (thanks to snow, surprise cupcakes, loads of Christmas orders, and gifts sent in the nick of time, just to name a few holly jolly things!). So of course this week’s links must have a Christmas theme! There are so many great ideas out there that it’s hard to choose, but here are a few of my very favorite posts ...
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Links I'm Loving: Christmas gift ideas, recipes and crafts
Dec
16

DIY Christmas ornaments made from candy

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These (literally) sweet little ornaments are a snap to make, using wintery peppermints, Christmassy gumdrops, and my favorite… sprinkles! 1. Peppermints and Red Hots wreath by Martha Stewart with instructions available at Fancy House Road 2. Sprinkles ornament via Little Gray Fox 3. Gum drop ornament via Mom Spark 4. A little mouse made from Hershey Kisses via Portland Examiner 5. Snowman peppermint ornament via Better Homes & Gardens 6. ...
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DIY Christmas ornaments made with candy!
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