Design, Seasonal

DIY Mother’s Day Bunting

As promised, I’ve got a fab printable Mother’s Day Bunting for you to DIY just in time for this Sunday’s events!

Print this “Best Mom Ever” DIY Mother’s Day Bunting, & follow along with me.

DIY Mother's Day Bunting

You’ll need:

First, cut along the dotted line around each individual flag. Crank some tunes or binge some Netflix, because this takes some time.

Next, select which ‘mom’ name you’d like to use. I’ve included the extra letters necessary to make the following names: Mom, Mommy, Mum, Momma, Mother, Mama or Ma.

Once you’ve chosen a ‘mom’, place your flags spaced as you like, and lay out your twine/ string over top to measure the length needed. Then cut your twine.

Now it’s time to secure your flags onto your string. Place a small piece of tape on the top of your flag. Then, fold the tape over the string and on onto the back of the flag securing the string in the tape. Continue on until all your flags are attached.

 

DIY Mother's Day Bunting

Voila, you’ve made a festive Mother’s Day Bunting! Now string it up over Mom’s bed, in the living room, over the brunch table, wherever you please.

How are you celebrating Mother’s Day?

 

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Printable Mother’s Day Cards

Mother’s Day is this Sunday! So for you babes who are running a little behind on goodies for your Momma, I’ve got you covered.

Just print this Printable Mother’s Day Card, grab your trusty scissors, & follow along with me!

Printable Mother's Day Cards

Once you have your PDF printed, it takes a few simple steps to get your finished Mother’s Day cards.

First, cut along the horizontal dotted line to separate your two cards. I like to cut with an x-acto knife & a straight edge, but scissors work just as well.

Next, fold your cards along the solid line in the center. If you’re using a thicker paper weight like cardstock, you’ll want to score your card for a clean fold. A bone folder like this one is my go-to, but in a pinch, any small pointed edge will do the trick. Just flip your card over & score the inside. Then fold your card over & press down the seam.

You’re all done! Not only are you finished with this DIY in a snap, but you also get two cards out of it. Plus, they’re not Mother’s Day specific, so you can gift them to your babes on any occasion.

Check back in Friday for a DIY Mother’s Day Bunting Printable!

What are you giving your Ma for Mother’s Day?

 

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Valentine’s Day Wallpapers

Happy Friday Babes!

As part of my Valentine’s Day series, I created 4 lovely wallpaper designs to make your desktops, tablets, and phones a little more festive.

Click on an image to launch the gallery then select “view full size” to open the full size wallpapers.

Kiss Me Wallpapers

Kiss Me Desktop Wallpaper

Kiss Me Desktop Wallpaper

XO Wallpapers

XO Desktop Wallpaper

XO Desktop Wallpaper

Floral Wallpapers

Floral Desktop Wallpaper

Floral Desktop Wallpaper

Love Wallpapers

Love Desktop Wallpaper

Love Desktop Wallpaper

Which wallpaper is your favorite?

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DIY Valentine’s Day

Hello Babes! Today, I’ve got your second installment of V-Day love.

Nothing says you care like taking the time to do it yourself, so I’ve gathered some DIY Valentine’s Day cards, crafts, gifts, and decor.

Roll up your sleeves, turn on your printer, and get ready for some go old DIY!

Cards

  1. Printable Valentines Cards from Almost Makes Perfect
  2. Valentine’s Day Free Printable Cards from Design Eat Repeat
  3. DIY Printable Valentine’s Cards from A Pair & A Spare
  4. Postcard Valentines Are My Fave from You Are My Fave

Crafts | Gifts

  1. DIY Candle Carved With Initials from Hello Natural
  2. Do It Yourself Valentine Love Book from Wedding Chicks
  3. DIY XO Gift Wrap from Sugar & Cloth
  4. Sentimental Valentine’s Day Wheel from Martha Stewart

Decor

  1. DIY Heart Pillows from DesignLoveFest
  2. Valentine Garland from Creat.Craft.Love
  3. Easy & Affordable Heart Backdrop from DesignLoveFest
  4. Cupid’s Arrow Wreath from Nest of Posies

Which is your favorite DIY project?

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17 Lovely Valentines

I don’t know about you but I love Valentine’s Day. I know it’s a commercialized money machine of a holiday, but I think it’s nice to have at least one day a year when you can gush out your love for all the babes in your life.

Because I just adore love, I’ll be bringing you one Valentine’s Day themed post each week until the big day. Today’s post starts you off with the essentials. Cards! I may be biased because I create & sell greeting cards, (09. on this list is from my Etsy shop) but I think a card is a must for any special occasion.

Here are 17 valentines to get you started on your Valentine’s Day festivities!

01. Bee Mine $5 | 02. Canoodle Doodle No.19 $4 | 03. Happy Valentine’s Day A6 Foil Card $6 | 04. Heart A2 Foil Valentine Card $6 | 05. Heart Bandit $5 | 06. Heart in a Jar $5 | 07. Honey Tea Card $5 | 08. Hartland Brooklyn Popsicle Card $6 | 09. I “Like” Like You Card $4 | 10. I Love the Sh-t Out of You $4 | 11. Kissing Booth Card $5 | 12. Make Everything Butter A6 Card $4 | 13. Nine Lives Valentine Card $4 | 14. Off the Charts Valentine’s Day Greeting Card $6 | 15. Perfect Match $5 | 16. Rainbow Happy Place Foil A2 Card $6 | 17. Wool Ewe Be My Valentine $4

Which card is your favorite valentine?

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December Favorites

December was a month of seasonal goodies. Here’s a look at my favorites!

Beauty Faves

So White Shower Gel from LUSH

Shocking news: another LUSH product is a favorite! So White is a seasonal scent that smells of crisp apple and instantly perks up any gloomy winter shower. It leaves your skin soft & fragrant all day long.

Design Faves

Pink Floral Weekly Desk Pad from Rifle Paper Co.

Rifle Paper Co. is my new favorite. I’m in love with all their paper goods, but this desktop pad is my absolute fave! It’s perfect for keeping track of my weekly to-dos and looks great doing it! I also purchased the 2015 Appointment Calendar to note each months events. It’s equally as beautiful and well made in the US.

Fashion Faves

Hanukkah Sweater from Ragstock

During my trip to Minneapolis in November, I purchased this sweater while shopping at the Mall of America. I had been in the market for a Hanukkah sweater, so I was very pleased to find a sweater, in stores, that was the style I was looking  for. Comfy and well-loved, this sweater was an easy & festive go-to for cold mornings. Here’s a similar sweater from Wet House on Etsy.

Home Faves

Vintage Spruce Scented Soy Candle from Target

I bought this candle in November and instantly loved the warm, natural scent. During my next Target shopping trip, I put another Vintage Spruce candle in my basket, but ended up not buying it. Instant regret! The next time I was at Target, I didn’t hesitate. I picked up one of the last Vintage Spruce candles they had in stock, and my heart cried a little. Unfortunately, this baby is seasonal but here are two (one & two) other candles with a spruce scent that may fill your Vintage Spruce void.

Personal Faves

House of Cards on Netflix

My boo has a back for knowing a good series when he sees one. I do not. He had been wanted to start House of Cards and I kept refusing for longer than I’d like to admit. One night he pressed play, I gave in, and thank goodness he did because OMG babes, it is phenomenal! There’s ruthless politicians, greed, and corruption. So dramatic and scandalous I cannot wait for the next season to go up in February.

 

What are some of your December favorites?

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Holiday Gift Tags Printable

Happy Friday Babes! Today, I’ve got a holiday gift for your holiday gifts.

It’s a Holiday Gift Tags Printable! I’ve designed a sheet of modern holiday gift tags for you to print at home in the quantity and color you’d like. There are 16 tags per page, and I’ve created them in black & white, as well as 5 color versions: mint, deep red, soft blue, silver, & gold. Load your printer with colored cardstock, kraft paper, plain copy paper, or even sticker paper to create your holiday gift tags. Tie ’em, glue ’em, or stick ’em on your gifts, and watch your friends & family be impressed by your holiday style.

How do you jazz up your holiday gift wrapping?

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