Brielle has been begging me for a playdate with a few of her friends and when I asked her what kind she wanted she quickly replied “PINK”! I’ve seen so many amazing Rudolph the Reindeer parties this year that I thought it’d be fun to do one too but instead of the traditional red and blues I’ve been seeing I’d seriously girl it up! It reminds me of Clarice, his girlfriend. I kept my palette to light browns, pink, sage green and gold and it was the perfect little girl’s party!
It’s week 3 in our #DazzlingDollarDIY challenge (click here to check out all the entries of my co-hosts and the ones who are playing along!) and this week’s theme was Seasons Eating. I decided to put together a Christmas dollar tablescape. Meaning everything but the large plate and runner were literally dollars a piece! If you want to see where I purchased each item, pieced it together and a mini tutorial on how I made the snowflake napkin ring check out below!
I recently had the lovely opportunity to write an article for a local magazine. The article was my tips to creating your perfect holiday table. Today I’m going to share them here! Here are my 4 easiest tips to make your table wow!
The holidays are coming up, which means hosting dinner parties. With all your loved ones surrounding the dining table, it’ll be the star of the event. You’ll want to make sure it sets the right tone and creating a beautiful tablescape is the perfect way to accomplish that!
It’s a brand new week with a brand new Dazzlingdollardiy challenge! This week is Deck the Halls and any decoration for your house is acceptable! I made this Christmas shadowbox for under $10! If you’d like to play along for the chance to be featured on all our amazing host’s IG accounts go here for the details! The Lily Sage IG If you want to see what this ugly blue wooden box turns into…stick around!
I had this old crate that at one point I had painted blue but it was SO dinged up and missing a holding piece in the corner so it wasn’t steady enough to used as as kind of crate or tray. So I painted it a dark brown, I used a stain so some of the blue would come through and give it that weathered look