Easter is right around the corner and if you are planning a party, I have found the cutest DIY Easter decorations created by Becky Kazana.
To start this project, all you need are toilet paper or paper towel rolls, decorative paper, scissors, ribbons and/or lace, and your trusty glue gun.
Then voilà, your Easter egg cups will be the perfect accent for your Easter celebration.
Get step by step directions to create your personalized Easter egg cups.
Can you believe all the wall and floor designs are made out of masking tape? It’s incredible how tape can be used to decorate anything.
Japanese masking tape adds a stylish look to paper, glass, party favors, you name it! Pinterest had tons of photos that showed the variety of usages for masking tape. You can purchase this fabulous tape on Uncommon Goods, Esty, and Cute Tape.
The beauty of this product is that it doesn’t leave a stain after peeling it off and it comes in a variety of colors and designs. Check out MT, the manufacturer of the tape, and grab more fantastic design ideas from their gallery.
I just saw these on design sponge and they were too fabulous not to share…
Head over there for the step by step instructions.
Full of yummy goodness, Nonpareil shows you how you can have beautiful items or an event through being chic and unique with one of a kind projects.
What I personally love about this magazine and blog is there unique approach to all things glam and simple. DIY does not mean you have to be on a budget. I view certain DIY projects as a yearning to have an item that no one else has. Check out Nonpareil and tell me what you think? Would you consider it a source of one of a kind goods?
The wonderful Kris Cochran over at diybride.com is hosting a workshop for the DIY bride in you that wants to be a dare devil and design and print their own invitations. Info on the workshop here.
I was so excited when my bling bride shared her latest DIY project with me. Take a look at how she designed and styled these beautiful pair of Manolo’s.
The bling affair will be taking place this May. I cannot wait to share all the other projects we have created for this event.