Love these little end tables. I’ve had them for about 7 years and they’ve seen a recent transformation from cherry wood to white and gold. Of course, that’s never enough in my constantly shifting world of home decor. Sooo, I added a little embellishment.
Cue every crafter’s bet friend, washi tape.
After a little measuring and artful tape handling, this beautiful square emerged…oh la la!
Then things got a little more complicated as I added shape number two. If you’re doing this at home, make sure you give yourself enough room to add the second shape because the boundaries of the second shape will need to go beyond the initial square.
Then you’re done! Simple!!!
Tomorrow, it’s game time. We’ll be wrangling kids, grandparents, parents, and maybe even step parents. And with this having been a particularly stressful year there will be some interesting table conversation. Ooooh all that things we are thankful for. I may even write a blog about the fabulous things my family members say. I’ve decided that Thanksgiving bingo might be in order.
Well, this was my friendsgiving table and I want to give you resources for yours.
Ok first things first, find a color scheme. My mother always told me that any good event has at least three colors. My basic three were eggplant, pink, and creme. Then I added accents of sage and gold.
I found these disposable plates at Smarty Had A Party . They were affordable and looked so amazing! Then I designed a little plate filler. Here are some downloadable pdfs…yay… friendsgiving and thanksgiving. The tablecloth came from Tablecloths Factory.
Simple and DONE!!! I love decorating and my bestie’s backyard. Gold pineapple says gorgeous!!!!
For those of you that don’t follow me on IG, this is Figueroa. She’s a fiddle leaf fig tree and I’m kind of obsessing over her.
Just so cute!
It took me forever but I triumphantly found the right 10in pot. Anything for Figueroa.
Here is a little close-up of the terracotta planter Home Depot so lovingly provided.
They also provided me with this chalked…matte white spray paint. I wanted to keep it looking rustic. A glossy paint would have made everything look too polished.
I lined the inside with tape and sprayed away. I let it try for about 2 hours.
Here we go. Moving day!
This was a super simple DIY!
I simply love all things glitter. So, of course, my heart skipped a beat when I saw Kate Spade’s Keds. Hmmm, do I just go out and buy a pair or do I try to do it myself? Obviously, I make them myself. It’s much easier than you think and far far more satisfying.
Start by heading to your local drug store and buying a pair of $11 sneakers.
If you are anything like me you have tons of glitter on hand. I chose three different colors. My mixture was two parts silver one part gold and one-half part light pink.
Get your tools ready.
Start adding glue to the shoe, but only in patches. It drys pretty fast on fabric.
Then glitter away until done!