When Randa from I See Noise prints and I discussed a possible collaboration post, I knew a simple giveaway post with the same ole photos would not suffice. I mean, these prints are pretty fab. I’ve got two of them hanging up in my own house (you might remember them from this post.) We picked out her Diamond 24K print, and then I got to planning a bridal shower style shoot. So no, no one was actually in my backyard eating these cookies and drinking these refreshments – except for me. BUT the point is to show you how you can get the same look for your own shower or party.
What I ended up arranging is pretty much what I would plan for my own bridal shower, haha. SO, if you share my love for black stripes and gold, today is your lucky day! Here is a rundown of everything you see:
Diamond 24K print – I See Noise
Striped Throw – Ikea
Gold dot napkins – Anthropologie
Monogram tumblers – similar from Mark and Graham
Trays – Both were DIYs but similar HERE and HERE
Cocktail Stirrers – DIY (tutorial here)
Milk Glass vases – similar styles
Gem Stone cork favors – DIY (tutorial here)
Love it and want a chance to win the Diamond 24K print in today’s photos? Here are the details:
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1. A summer polish change to Essie’s Mint Candy Apple just in time for the pool.
2. Jack Rogers Georgica jellies from Head Over Heels BR or HERE online.
3. Grits Grace Gossip on Etsy!
4. A Memorial Day photo of my grandfather on my inspiration board.
5. A cool shot I got from BCS Fest in Tiger Stadium this past weekend.
6. Early birthday wishes from Anthropologie.
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Got some FUN posts for this week – super excited to share!!
So this is just a sneak at a recent project – can’t show you the final pictures just yet. But I did want to share an idea on how to turn an eyesore shelf into something more appealing. I got this shelf for FREE when they were cleaning out the video room at work, and I desperately needed additional shoe organization. Those crappy over the door hangers simply do not cut it. The shelf sat for a long time bare and sad, so I searched and searched for some way to make it look better. I found that it’s as simple as fabric and upholstery tacks, really. The longest part took finding a fabric. I was going to link back to the Premier Prints website for the fabric but it seems to be sold out – there was also a similar one I found on Spoonflower called Charcoal Dots HERE.
(These pictures were taken before the bottom was hemmed up and the sides were tied back. Better ones to come!)
Also a reminder about the Warehouse/Oasis giveaway going on right now!