Hosting your first New Year’s Eve bash as an engaged or married couple? Here’s a cute and ever-easy decor idea that’s sure to put your guests into party mode. Just click on the images for the simple tutorial! Aren’t they fab?
Need a little last-minute decor inspiration for Thanksgiving tomorrow? This quick tabletop project can be put together just in time for Thanksgiving dinner. You might even be able to re-purpose some of the leftover materials from our pine cone pom project a few weeks back! Today we’re putting together a simple centerpiece and a cute napkin ring to give your hosting an extra dose of style. Ready? Grab your supplies and follow our lead.
What You’ll Need
- Festive, fall-themed embellishments (we used dried florals and artificial pine cones from the craft store)
- Double-sided tape
- Scrapbook paper
Cut your scrapbook paper down to strips that are two inches wide. Wrap and use your double-sided glue to attach and form a ring. Then, use your festive embellishments to decorate! Slip them over paper or cloth napkins for a gorgeous holiday look.
Find any glassware you have around the house that could be used as a centerpiece (we used a simple circle vase we had lying around the office!). Then, fill it with sparkly pinecones, dried florals or whatever fits your fancy. A simple project like this can go a long way at the holidays… and your guests will be sure to love it!
If you try this craft idea yourself, or if you have any DIY ideas to share, send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll post them for all of our fans and followers.
Our sister company, Tiny Prints, is searching for the cutest couple… are you it? Enter the Tiny Prints Talent Search for a chance to star in a 2012 marketing campaign! The search is also on for cutest baby, cutest kid, cutest family, cutest couple and cutest pet, so make sure to spread the word to friends and family. See below for all the details (including awesome prizes) and how to submit your photos.
Chocolate and fresh flowers have been flooding the stores for weeks now in preparation for Valentine’s Day, so yesterday we asked all you fans on our Facebook page which you’d prefer to receive on February 14th—something fresh or something sweet? Here are the results!
Did you vote for the winner or were you part of the 28% wishing for something else this year? Are flowers the best gift to get on Valentine’s Day? Rant or rave!
Valentine’s Day is now less than a week away and if you’re searching for something sweet in a hurry (and you’re handy in the kitchen!) you’ll adore this DIY cake idea from i am baker. Isn’t it cute?
Visit the i am baker blog to get the tutorial for this charming confection and find other fun food ideas for February 14th—like this utterly adorable crossword cookie. Yum!
From smiley stuffed animals and sweet greeting cards to boxes of chocolate and candy hearts, the shelves are stacking up with red, pink and romantic in preparation for Valentine’s Day. But just because you’re in love doesn’t mean you love ‘ole St. Valentine—while many couples adore February 14th, others may opt for celebrating in a non-traditional way, or by doing nothing at all! Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day?
How do (or don’t) you plan to spend Valentine’s Day this year? Do you go out, stay in or is it just another date on the calendar? Does Valentine’s Day make you want to rant or rave?
The holidays aren’t quite over yet, but it’s never too early to write thank you cards! This time of year offers so many things to be grateful for, and your gratitude will really shine when you wrap it in the chic holiday designs from our parent company, Tiny Prints. Here are some of our favorite thank you cards for couples that will give your thoughtful message the perfect pinch of festivity.
Which is your favorite?