A while back, I saw these painted folding chairs on Pinterest and knew I had to give it a try. I already had four folding chairs from Costco, I’m pretty sure I got them for $15 each. I bought some green fabric from Joann’s and had leftover blue fabric that previously served as no-sew pillow covers. (In case you were curious, here are the steps for the pillow cases). Lowe’s only had Valspar spray paint which I knew wasn’t the best, but I was too lazy to go elsewhere. Continue reading
Summer has definitely hit Austin—over 100 all week! To help cool off, we hosted a water field games party this past Saturday. Thankfully it wasn’t crazy hot, and it actually rained a bit. There were seven games (with prizes!) and lots of food and refreshments. It was buckets of fun with 30+ friends and family joining us. Here are the party highlights. Continue reading
This past Sunday, I hosted a ladies brunch with some mini-flower arranging. It was a beautiful, sunny day to brunch with a dozen of my lady friends who were decked out in floral. The painted vases didn’t exactly hold up well when filled with water, but everyone seemed to have a lovely time semi-DIYing flower arrangements. Below are the highlights from Sunday. Continue reading
This weekend, I’m excited to host a ladies brunch with some mini flower arranging. In preparation for the gathering, I decided to paint some thrifted glasses to use as vases. I found some cute glasses for $.50-$1 at Salvation Army (my fave thrift store).
I attempted three different types of glass painting, but it was a bit more challenging than Pinterest made it out to be.
My friends recently bought their first home together, giving me a reason to get outta my crafting rut. (I can’t believe it’s almost April and it’s been months since I crafted, yikes!) I had to come up with something cool since they gifted me these awesome laser wood cuttings—why, yes that lamp shade is made of wood! (soon to be available for purchase from studio tomi)
Even though I crafted this back in December, I wanted to share an easy semi-diy piñata I made for my work’s white elephant gift exchange. And of course, it’s in the shape of Texas! I tried to include the option of sticking some of our un-favorite people on it, but their photos were surprisingly difficult to track down. Continue reading
Although it’s December, it was over 70° in Austin this past Sunday. Yikes! Not the ideal environment for an afternoon hot chocolate party, but lots of fun was still had. Over 30 of my wonderful friends stopped by for some hot chocolate and snacks—some even wearing shorts.
Here are a few highlights: