Spring Burlap & Floral Centerpiece


If you’re on the lookout for a pretty and simple spring centerpiece, this burlap and floral centerpiece project is a great option! It’s simple and fresh with a little country chic coming from the burlap and button garland. Add a floral centerpiece to your Easter dinner table, give as a Mother’s Day gift, or easily mass produce for a springtime wedding — either way, your guests will surely be impressed! Supplies needed to make your own spring floral centerpiece: Flowers {Read More}

Spring Challenge: Chicken Wire Tussy Mussy


Today we are going to be making an over-sized, outdoor, tussy mussy of sorts.  Typically, a tussy mussy is a small, triangular, metal vessel designed to hold flowers.  Sometimes they are used in weddings to hold bouquets or placed on doorknobs in the home.  This chicken wire version is a monster sized reconfiguration of the idea, meant to add an outdoor “vase” for your garden.  These could also be really fabulous at an outdoor wedding to line the aisles! Supplies {Read More}

30 Second Glitter Tea Lights


Are you planning a wedding this year?  Or perhaps a big party?  Make these 30 second glitter tea lights in a jiffy.  Plus, they will look gorgeous on your reception or party tables.  These are so quick and easy that I decided to make a video tutorial just so you could see the process in action. You only need two supplies to make these glitter tea lights: Clear Cup Tea Lights Sparkle Glitter Tape Step 1: Choose the Sparkle Tape color {Read More}

Whimsical DIY Nursery Clouds


Remember when I said that the Penny Letter DIY Nursery Wall needed a little something to finish it off?  Well, I had a little something in mind and it looked like… CLOUDS. These DIY nursery clouds were high on the list of things I knew I wanted to add to our little girl’s DIY nursery.  They add a touch of “nature” and “outdoors” without being too literal and the shape and looseness of form add whimsy and movement to the room.  Best of {Read More}

How To: Hand Painted DIY Cake Toppers


How many of you have found inspiration on Pinterest or Etsy?  Gosh, I do ALL the time.  Well, I saw some of thee cutest wooden doll wedding cake toppers on Etsy months ago and I’ve been itching to give them a try.   There was something about the DIY cake topper that was perfectly simple, yet adorably elegant. Today, I thought I’d share this fun project with all of you. A DIY cake topper bride and groom that will top {Read More}

4 Tier Fabric Covered Wedding Card Box

4 Tier Fabric Covered Wedding Card Box

Despite working for a craft company, at the beginning of my planning process, I never expected to have so many handmade wedding elements.  After I started adding up all the costs for save the dates, invitations, reception décor, etc. I knew that I could make so many of the pretty things I had on my “want” list.  I left the big things to the pros and my mom and I started crafting as many things as we could.  I saved {Read More}

Color Blocked Tea Storage Box

Color blocked diy box

I’ve been wanting to have a tea party for a while: one where you dress up in a spring dress, sip tea out of elegant cups and nibble on cucumber sandwiches. Though I haven’t planned it, I thought I’d better get started by preparing some tea party must-haves, such as this adorable tea box. Supplies needed to make your own color blocked DIY box: Wooden Cigar Box White Acrylic Paint Colored Acrylic Paint (accent color) Metallic Paint (I used silver {Read More}

Festive Party Drink Tags


I don’t know about you, but when I host gatherings at my place, I worry about the details. And I’ve figured that sometimes, it comes down to the little details that can make a huge difference. Here’s a super-easy drink tags tutorial that will add a little extra to your next shindig. You can also use them to help your guests remember which cup is theirs! Supplies needed to make your own festive drink tags: Circle Punch Washi Tape Cardstock {Read More}

Wedding Cake Shaped Party Favor Boxes

Wedding Cake Shaped Bridal Shower Favors

Wedding season is around the corner, and with that comes engagement parties, bridal showers, and bachelorette parties! If you’re planning to host a party, you’ll need to come up with party decor and favors for your guests or co-hostesses. How about a craft that can meet both those needs? This pretty “wedding cake” would make a lovely centerpiece, and when the party’s over you can take the filled boxes apart to give out as favors! Supplies needed to make your {Read More}