Monday, November 30, 2009

Mason Jars for every season

{via Flickr, The Knot, and Hostess Blog}

{via Better Homes & Gardens, Seattles Times, and Country Living}

{via Sunset}

{via Country Living}

{via Flickr}

{via mayalu1 at flickr}

{via romantic home at flickr}

{via tinalee at flickr}

{via hostess blog}

{via re-nest}

{via weeping cherries}

{via beachy in the city}

{via posh posh}

{via country living}

{via postroadvintage at etsy}

Thursday, November 26, 2009

{Give Thanks}

{via ocean views, steven lively, and abuela pinocho on flickr}

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Super easy. Super inexpensive. Super cute.

{via Martha Stewart, Sunset, Sunset, Pottery Barn, Country Living, Heather Bullard, Martha Stewart, and Intimate Weddings.}

{via flickr}

{via Country Living}

To make this picture placecard: Start with 2-3" tall image of each guest. Photocopy, then use a glue stick to attach a piece of card stock to the back of the copied image. Once the glue's dry, cut out the guest's silhouette with an X-Acto knife. Then use a kitchen knife to make a 1" vertical slit in a pear and slide in the image.

{via Ladies Home Journal}

These printed paper napkin rings do double duty as a placecard. Print your design on heavyweight paper, cut into strips, and wrap around the napkin and secure with double sided tape.

{via Ladies Home Journal}

I love this idea! Fortune nuts filled with holiday wishes are so easy to make. Carefully break walnuts in half by running a knife along the nut's natural seam. Remove the meat with a nutpick. Print out fortunes on colored paper, cut into strips, and curl around a pencil. Then place them inside the nuts and tie matching halves together with kitchen twine.