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Shabby Chic Home Tour

Shabby Chic Home Tour

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of  decorating ideas!

Hi Friends! I am going to share a treasured memory with you today… it’s a a Shabby Chic house tour. When I photographed this home four years ago, I was pretty new to blogging and taking pictures. I found this amazing home when I was driving down the street one day. The garden alone stopped me in my tracks and I had to meet the owners of this gorgeous place and ask for a tour.

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

They couldn’t have been nicer and they revealed to me that strangers would frequently pull up and ask to see the house(!) so I wasn’t alone.

The Garden

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

Cindy and Steve’s garden is lush and welcoming. Fun touches include mirrors placed amidst the foliage… as well as china plates!

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

Don’t you love the plates?

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

I love how Cindy finds a way to repurpose everything, even a chair!

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

The Porch

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

It’s cool to see all the be achy/nautical themed stuff.

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

This chippy metal chair is one of my favorite things.

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

What a neat idea and use for shells.

The Home

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

So pretty, right?

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

Look at all the fun stuff on the mantle…

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

Cindy made the flags herself!

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

These guys were the first people I knew that collected sand from vacation spots. I think they started the trend!

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

The couple collects vintage wedding cake toppers… so romantic.

The Bathroom

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

A towel bar for necklace storage and display… so smart!

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

Stacks of fun sparkly things!

The Bedrooms

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

Shelves double for nightstands… what a great use of limited space.

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

A ceiling is covered in a giant map and a chandelier adds light and shimmer in the guest room.

Details

Gorgeous Shabby Chic home with loads of decorating ideas!

Delicate paper flowers bloom all year around!

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In the den, ribbons add whimsy to a lamp shade.

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And finally, look at this sweet chalkboard that Cindy made into a sign:

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Thanks, Cindy and Steve, for letting us visit your warm and wonderful home!

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Thirty School Themed Mason Jar Ideas

Thirty School Themed Mason Jar Ideas

Thirty School Themed Mason Jar Ideas

It’s hard to believe that it’s almost time for the kiddos to head back to the classroom! I’ve gathered Thirty School Themed Mason Jar ideas for organizing and for teacher gifts. There are some super creative ideas in here. Please pin from the source. Thank you!

Mason Jars {Organizing}

Back to School Mason Jars by Mason Jar Crafts Love

Back to School Mason Jars by Mason Jar Crafts Love

Mason Jars Desk Organizer by Yesterday on Tuesday

Mason Jar Desk Organizer by Yesterday on Tuesday

Mason Jars for Kids by Pink Oatmeal

Mason Jars for Kids by Pink Oatmeal

Mason Jars Cake Stand Organization Raising Up Rubies

Mason Jar Cake Stand Organization by Raising Up Rubies

Back to School Ruler Crate by Lemon Tree Dwelling

Back to School Ruler Crate by Lemon Tree Dwelling

Mason Jars with Washi Tape by Little Lucy Lu

Mason Jars with Washi Tape by Little Lucy Lu

Mason Jars with Animal Figurines

Mason Jars with Animal Figurines by House to Home

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Noteworthy Mason Jar Caddy by Shaken Together Life

Mason Jar {Teacher Gifts}

ABC Flowers by Giggle Galore

ABC Flowers by Giggles Galore

Apple Gumballs

Apple Gumballs for Teacher by Sweet Sugar Belle

Succulent Mason Jar Teacher Gift by Shanty 2 Chic

Succulent Mason Jar Gift by Shanty 2 Chic

One Smart Cookie Gift by It's Overflowing

One Smart Teacher Cookie Gift by It’s Overflowing

Monogram-Mug-Vase-by-Love-of-Family-and-Home

Monogram Mug Vase by Love of Family and Home

Apple Mason Jar Teacher Gift by Yesterday on Tuesday

Apple Mason Jar Teacher Gift by Yesterday on Tuesday

Teacher Appreciation Gifts by The Country Chic Cottage

Teacher Appreciation Gifts by The Country Chic Cottage

Candy in a Mason Jar by Making Life Whimsical

Candy Mason Jar Gift by Making Life Whimsical

Super-CUTE-Vintage-Ball-Jar-Teacher-gift.-ADORABLE-lilluna.com-

Vintage Ball Jar Mason Gift Idea by Lil Luna

Teacher-Gift-Jar by Living Locurto

Teacher Gift Jar by Living Locurto

Pencil Mason Jar by A Night Owl Blog

Pencil Mason Jar Teacher Gift by A Night Owl Blog

Have a Ball this Year by Sparkles and a Stove

Have a Ball this Year by Sparkles and a Stove/Penney Lane Kitchen

Mason Jar Teacher Gift Tags from Somewhat Simple

Mason Jar Teacher Gift Tags by Somewhat Simple

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Gumball Mason Jar Gift by Angie from The Country Chic Cottage for Darice

Chalkboard Mason Jar by Day 2 Day Supermom

Chalkboard Mason Jar by Day2Day Supermom

Mason Jar Gift from Create Craft Love

Mason Jar Teacher Gift from Create Craft Love

A Pick Me Up in a Jar by Just a Girl and Her Blog

A Pick Me Up in a Jar by Just a Girl and Her Blog

Cookie Mason Jar Teacher Gift by DIY Inspired

Cookie Mason Jar Teacher Gift by DIY Inspired

Glad to BEE in Your Class Mason Jar Caddy by Shaken Together Life

Glad to BEE in Your Class Mason Jar Gift Caddy by Shaken Together Life

Back to School Teacher Gift by The Crafted Sparrow

Back to School Teacher Gift by The Crafted Sparrow

Teacher Appreciation Gift with Printable Tag by Oh My Creative

Teacher Appreciation Gift with printable tag by Oh My Creative

End of the Year Teacher Gift by Too Much Time

Easy End of the Year Teacher Gift by Too Much Time

Back to School Pencil Jar by Growing Up Gabel

Bonus Project: Back to School Pencil Jar by Growing up Gabel

10-Simple-Back-to-School-Crafts

In the mood for MORE back to school projects? Here are 10 Simple Back to School Crafts.

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Jumping Jellyfish Kid’s Craft

Jumping Jellyfish Kid’s Craft

Beach Crafts for Kids

EASY. QUICK. FUN… & Beachy! Here’s a great project for your little sea-loving folk! The cool thing about these Jumping Jellyfish is that that the kids are occupied making them… and then they can also enjoy playing with them!

Beach Crafts for Kids

Materials: 3 inch Styrofoam balls, foam cutter, DecoArt Americana paint in Dragon Fruit and Calypso Blue, thin elastic, Rik Rack, ruler, scissors, goggly eyes and glue. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

Make your kiddos a space where it’s OK to paint, glue and get messy!

Cutting Styrofoam

Step 1: Grown up cuts the styrofoam balls in half.

Painting Styrofoam

Step 2: Kiddos paint the styrofoam bright colors.

Googly Eyes

Step 3: Kiddos glue googly eyes on.

Knot

Step 4: Grown strings elastic through top of jellyfish, making a loop on top and a knot on the bottom.

How to make Jumping Jellyfish Kid's Craft

HAVE FUN!

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Thirty Beachy Mason Jar Ideas

30 Beachy Mason Jar Ideas

Beachy and Nautical Mason Jar Ideas

Ah the beach. The sun, the surf… the sand! The worst part about the beach is when it’s time to pack up and drive home. Thanks to these fantastic Mason Jar ideas, you can bring some of that fun in the waves home with you.

Please pin from the source, thank you!

Nautical Inspired Odds and Ends Jars VintageZest

Nautical Inspired Odds and Ends Jars by Vintage Zest

beachy-mason-jar-terrarium by Making Home Base

Beachy Mason Jar Terrarium by Making Home Base

Beach Inspired Mason Jat Craft by A Pumkin and a Princess

Beach Inspired Mason Jar Craft by A Pumpkin and a Princess

Mini Jello Fish Bowls by Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

Mini Jello Fish Aquariums by Confessions of a Cookbook Queen

Beachy and Nautical Mason Jar Ideas

Glass Sand Candles by Yesterday on Tuesday

Sweet and Simple Summer Mantle by Yellow Bliss Road

Sweet and Simple Summer Mantle by Yellow Bliss Road

Mason Jar Table Numbers by Cathie and Steve for Plaid

Mason Jar Table Numbers by Cathie and Steve for Plaid

Beach in a Jar by Crafts Unleashed

Beach in a Jar Coconut Oil Moisturizer by Crafts Unleashed

Hanging Mason Jars Tutorial by Domestically Speaking

Hanging Mason Jars Tutorial by Domestically Speaking

Mason-Jar-Beach-Photo-Display by Cupcakes and Crinoline

Mason Jar Beach Photo Display by Cupcakes and Crinoline

Nautical Mason Jar Lanterns by Suburble

Nautical Mason Jar Lanterns by Suburble

Striped Mason Jars by Craft That Party

Striped Mason Jars by Craft that Party for ediTORIal

Nautical Party by A Pumpkin and a Princess

Nautical Party by A Pumpkin and a Princess

Frosted-Mason-Jars-by Cleans and Scenstible

Frosted Mason Jars by Clean and Scentsible

Stenciled Sweet Tea Mason Jars by Mom4Real

Stenciled Sweet Tea Mason Jars by Mom4Real

Blue Paint Dripped Jar by The Country Chic Cottage

Blue Paint Dripped Jar by The County Chic Cottage

Summer Mantle by Domestically Speaking

Summer Mantle by Domestically Speaking

Nautical Tray Set by Whipperberry

Nautical Tray Set by Whipperberry

Faux Seaglass Jar by Carolyn's Homework

Faux Seaglass Jar by Carolyn’s Homework

Summer Beach Decor by Crafts by Courtney

Summer Beach Decor by Crafts by Courtney

Summer Mason Jar Candles by Confessions of a Plate Addict

Summer Mason Jar Candles by Confessions of a Plate Addict

Vacation Jar Memories by Mason Jar Crafts Love

Vacation Jar Memories by Mason Jar Crafts Love

Sea Glass Mason Jar by The Country Chic Cottage

Sea Glass Mason Jar by The Country Chic Cottage

Memories in a Jar by One Sutton Place

Memories in a Jar by One Sutton Place

Coastal Vase by Timewashed

Coastal Vase by Timewashed

Glitter Painted Drink Jars by Madigan Made

Glitter Painted Drink Jars by Madigan Made

Mason Jar Candle Holder for a Beach Wedding by Cathie and Steve for Plaid

Mason Jar Candle Holder for a Beach Wedding by Cathie and Steve for Plaid

Mason Jar Entertaining Caddy by OneKriegerChick

Mason Jar Entertaining Caddy by One Krieger Chick

blue_mason_jars_beach_decorating by Songbird

Blue Mason Jars Decorating by Songbird

Mason Jar Lamp Tutorial bu Domestically Speaking

Mason Jar Lamp Tutorial by Domestically Speaking

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Summer Bright Candle Holders

Summer Bright Candle Holders

DIY Terra Cotta Candle Holders

Summer is such a beautiful season for color. I love strong colors all the time, but in summer, I especially like cheery brights. Here’s a project that I originally saw at my favorite store, Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond, WA. As soon as I saw it, I got that “I MUST make these” feeling. So I did!

DIY Terra Cotta Candle Holders

Supplies: Three Terra Cotta pots and saucers, DuraClear glass varnish, Delta Creamacoat Paint in Orange Crush, DecoArt Americana acrylic paint in Primary Yellow, Calypson Blue, and Yellow Green, baker’s twine in coordinating colors and three candles.

DIY Terra Cotta Candle Holders

Step 1: Paint the pots and saucers… aren’t these colors sort of delicious?

DIY Terra Cotta Candle Holders

Step 2: Paint the sealer on. OOPS Alert: After painting sealer on all the pieces I realized I missed some spots. They were pretty obvious and I was bummed(!) but I just applied the sealer to those places and let it dry… it looked fine!

DIY Terra Cotta Candle Holders

The sealer adds a great glossy sheen!

How to make cheery summer bright candle holders

Step 3: Tie the baker’s twine around the candle.

How to make cheery summer bright candle holders

These cheery candle holders make me smile.

Happy Summer!

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Beach Crafts for Kids

Catch these ideas LIVE on Seattle’s KOMO-TV on Tuesday July 8th at 4pm

Beach Crafts for Kids

Beach Crafts for Kids

Have you and your kids been enjoying the beach this summer? Whether it’s the ocean or the lake, there is plenty of creative inspiration at the beach. Here are some fun crafts your kids can do to enjoy the spirit of sand and surf!

Jumping Jellyfish

Beach Crafts for Kids

Age: 5 and up with help from a grown-up.

Materials: 3 inch Styrofoam balls, foam cutter, DecoArt Americana paint in Dragon Fruit and Calypso Blue, thin elastic, Rik Rack, ruler, scissors, goggly eyes and glue. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

Directions

- Adult cuts styrofoam balls in half with foam cutter

- Child paints on half of ball to make jellyfish body

- Adult pokes hole in top of jellyfish, strings elastic through and ties knots on top and bottom.

- Adult helps child measure and child uses safety scissors to cut six inch pieces of  6-9 pieces of Rick Rack.

- Adult helps child glue Rik Rack to underside of jellyfish body

- Child glues eyes on jellyfish

“SEA” Inspired Letters

Beach Crafts for Kids

Age: 7 and up with the help of a grown-up (also great Tween project)

Materials: Large cardboard S, E, and A letters, DecoArt Americana Paint in Whispering Turquoise and Mississippi Mud. Delta Creative paint in Spring Green, blue rope, small pieces of driftwood and sea glass. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

Directions

- Child paints letters using photo as a guide

- After paint dries, child glues rope, driftwood and sea glass on letters.

Sand Frame

Beach Crafts for Kids

Age: 7 and up with help from a grown-up

Materials: Wooden Frame, package of sand, white glitter, Mod Podge, shells, DecoArt Americana paint in Dragon Fruit and Calypso Blue, rope and glue. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

Directions

- Child paints frame (may take 2-3 coats)

- Child mixes 1/4 cup of sand and 1/8 cup of white glitter.

- Child paints Mod Podge on frame and white it’s still wet, sprinkles sand mixture on top.

- Meanwhile, child paints a medium sized and small sized shell bright colors and lets dry.

- When shells are dry, adult helps child glue together to make a fish and add goggly eye.

- Adult glues rope around edge of frame.

- Child glues “fish” on front of frame.

Cute Crabs

Beach Crafts for Kids

Age: 5 and up with help from a grown-up

Materials: Craft Shells, Darice Chenille Stems in orange, Delta Creative acrylic paint in Orange Soda, googly eyes, glue and scissors. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

Directions

- Child paints shells orange (may take two coats).

- Adult helps child cut eight  2 1/2 inch pieces of chenille stems.

- When paint is dry, child flips crab over and glues chenille stems for crab legs.

- Child adds goggly eyes to crab.

Fun Fish

Beach Craft for kids.

Age: 7 and up with help from a grown-up

Materials: Glass containers, shells, DecoArt Americana paint in Irish Moss, Dragon Fruit and Calypso Blue, mini Rik Rack in yellow and green, goggly eyes, glue. All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

Directions

- Child paints large shells for fish “body” and small shells for fish fins using photo as a guide.

- Adult helps child cut small pieces of Rik Rack for edge of fish and child glues it on.

- Child glues fins on fish (if desired).

- Child glues goggly eye on fish.

- Adult glues fish to glass containers and child adds any additional shells.

Starfish Mirror

Beach Craft for kids

Age: 11 and up with grown-up supervision

Materials: 12 x 12 wooden block, DecoArt Glamour Dust in Aqua, round mirror, four starfish, hot glue, vinyl letters “you” and “are a.” All materials available at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

Directions

- Child paints wooden box with Glamour Dust Paint (may take up to 4 coats).

- With adult supervision, child glues mirror on box using photo as guide.

- Child adds vinyl letters “You are a.”

- With adult supervision, child glues starfish on mirror.

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Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Where to Start

Begin by picking up a box of David Tutera Casual Elegance Flip Lid Glass Jars. I got mine at Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond, WA. You can score a box for less than $8. Aren’t they fun? The possibilities are limitless!

Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Cheap and Chic Favors

Here are some of the ideas I came up with. There’s no rule that all wedding guests have to receive the exact same favor. You could nab a bunch of these jars and go crazy with your stash, decorating each one differently and saving money by NOT buying any extra embellishments. Or you could choose 2-4 designs and keep your costs down by making the least expensive ones.

Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Supplies: Jar, letter sticker, circle punch, card stock, floral wire and hot glue.

Directions: Punch a small circle out of cardstock. Add letter. Use hot glue to to attach to lid. Twist a piece of the flower wire around jar. Add candy.

How to use David Tutera Casual Elegance Flip Lid Glass Jars to create pretty wedding or party favors

Supplies: Jar, small flower and leaves, lace and hot glue.

Directions: Hot glue leaves and small flowers on top of jar. Add lace around middle. Fill with candy.

Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Supplies: Jar, burlap flower (also David Tutera), gold paint, leaf ribbon and hot glue.

Paint gold on edges of burlap flower and let dry. Flatten bottom of flower as much a possible. Got glue a snippet of leaf ribbon to bottom of jar and place burlap flower on top. Add candy.

Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Supplies: Jar, faux flower and hot glue.

Remove a large flower from bunch of plastic flowers. Make the bottom as flat as possible. Use hot glue to secure to lid. Fill with candy.

Four Pretty Wedding Favors

Here are more DIY Wedding Ideas.

Wedding Ideas you can make

Happy Wedding!

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Project Inspire{d}: Summer Kid’s Crafts

Project Inspire{d} Summer Kid’s Crafts

Project Inspire{d} NEW Graphic

It’s lovely to see you at Project Inspire{d}, the weekly I get to throw wth Cupcakes and Crinoline, The Silly Pearl and An Extraordinary Day. I hope you and your family are having a HAPPY summer and are poking forward to the long 4th of July weekend. I know I am! Let me show you what I’ve been doing and then we’ll dive into the fantastic features.

What I’ve Been Working On

Wedding Ideas you can make

DIY Wedding Ideas

Sparkly 4th of July Decor

6 Sparkly 4th of July Projects

My Features this Week

It’s all about the KIDDOS this summer! Check out a few of the awesome kid-friendly ideas that you crafty people shared this week:

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Fizzing Sidewalk Paint by Kids Activities Blog. These ladies have published a whole book of their projects. Congrats!

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Ocean Finger Puppets by Felt with Love Designs

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Edible Stamp Art by View from the Fridge

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Swim Goggle Bottle Buddies by Hooplapalooza for Design Dazzle

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Handwriting Practice for Kids by Crystal & Comp

My Co-Hostesses Features

shortbread-sparklersCupcakes and Crinoline: Shortbread Sparklers by Shaken Together Life

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The Silly Pearl: Kids DIY Sleepover and Bathroom Camp Roll by Satsuma Designs

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An Extraordinary Day: Carmel Walnut Bars by Three Kids and a Fish

Party Guidelines

  We’d love for you to include the Project Inspire{d} button code in the footer, somewhere on your blog or a link back to this post  so that others can join in on the inspiration.

Linky Party Project Inspired

Posting to our party means you are giving us the right to post your project and photos and promote via social media ~ links will be pinned to our  Party Board throughout the week and can be seen here: ♥Project Inspire{d} Party Pins♥. OK time to link up!


Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Wedding Reception Seating Chart

How to make a gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Weddings are SO much fun but they also involve so many details. As a bride, you want to do everything you can to keep your guests feeling relaxed and comfortable. One great way to do that is to have a Wedding Reception Seating Chart so your friends and family know where they’re supposed to sit.

How to make a gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

The most challenging part of this project is waiting for the paint to dry!

Materials: Pallet Sign, DecoArt Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint in Innocence, Arrow Vinyl from Decorating Your Life, Clothespins from Canvas Corp, Lace Ribbon from Designer’s Excellence, white cardstock, Gold Number Stickers from American Crafts Thickers and a paintbrush and a stapler. Use a paper punch or the Die Cut Center at Ben Franklin to make the table tags. All materials from Ben Franklin Crafts and Frames in Redmond.

How to make a gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Step 1: Paint the pallet sign and wire handle with Chalky Finsh paint. It will take 3-5 coats

How to make a gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Step 2: After paint to completely dry, add the gold vinyl arrows (follow package instructions).

How to make a gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Step 3: Add lace ribbon and secure on either side of sign with staples.

How to Make a Gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Step 4: Use a paper punch or the Die Cut Center at Ben Franklin to make the table tags.

How to Make a Gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Step 5:  Add names with word processing function on computer or hand write. Add gold number stickers.

How to Make a Gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

Step 6: Secure table tags to lace with clothespins.

How to make a gorgeous Wedding Reception Seating Chart

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