Here’；s a few tried-and-true tricks to make gorgeous last minute holiday centerpieces out of cheap bouquets. These bouquets were less then each! Rule： Disassemble &； ReassembleTrick #1： Scotch TapeTrick #2： Silver Spray Pa...
Here’；s a few tried-and-true tricks to make gorgeous last minute holiday centerpieces out of cheap bouquets. These bouquets were less then each!
Rule： Disassemble &； ReassembleTrick #1： Scotch TapeTrick #2： Silver Spray Paintaccent pillow case baby burlap rug
Get the details after the jump…；Grab your drugstore bouquet and a vase. Before you start， fill the vase with water and that flower-preserving powder stuff if it came with your bouquet：
You can lose some of the filler since you’；ve created this scotch tape grid to hold your flowers up. One thing I like to dopersonalized nursery pillows， if the bouquet has a bunch of baby’；s breath： Get rid of it all…； then take the baby’；s breath by itself and put it in another vase， it looks so nice on its own.
So now start adding your flowers and greens into your grid until it looks nice! A dome shape is usually a good one to go for. Wrap a piece of filler around the rim of the vase to cover your tape (or artfully arrange your flowers to cover it) and there you go：
It’s that time of year when Monday through Friday you and your children will have to quickly become accustomed to early alarms. That’s right, it’s time for school!
Today I’m over at Tatertots & Jello sharing a tutorial for this fun DIY Summer Pillow Sleeve! ? I love the idea of simple projects that you can use to easily change up the decor in your home for the seasons. ?This pillow sleeve is sooo easy to stitch up, it only has TWO seams!
1. I pre-washed, ironed and cut my accent strip of fabric as per Jacinda’s instructions. ?Then I cut my hand towel (bought on sale at Target):