Today’s video tutorial shows you how to create two Valentine themed arrangements! One with real roses and an edible version with chocolate rose buds. These “boxed” style rose arrangements are gaining huge popularity on Instagram and can run you anywhere from $50 – $1,500 or more! The little DIY below will cost you about $20!
I have a vision in my mind of what the perfect party hat looks like but have never found one in real life! My perfect party hat has sequins and tinsel galore and sits, perched on my head, at the perfect jaunty angle without budging! Watch the tutorial below and find out how I created my dream party hat and how you can DIY your own!
Instagram is great but there’s just something about a Polaroid style snapshot or photo booth strip that’s timeless for remembering and sharing those special moments! DIY your own photo booth strips with your favorite Instagram moments from NYE with today’s FREE printable and PicMonkey tutorial! Tag me on Instagram to show me which photos you use to make your photo booth strip!
A new pair of Christmas pajamas are my go-to gift to myself every year! I seriously spend hours combing my favorite boutiques and sites to find the perfect pair and subsequent countless hours accessorizing it! This year I was with my Mama when I found the pair and was just so tickled with how the whole look turned out!
Christmas is the one time of year I go all out kitschy and colorful because I love the over-the-topstylings of a retro Holiday. (Lots of bright hues and a white plastic tree are a must!) I hope you enjoy my 60s inspired Kitschmas pajamas outfit! I’ll be posting more photos of my decor later this week 🙂
My blue velvet slippers are some I picked up from somewhere like Sears or Kohls for under $15 maybe 3 years ago. The little fox appliques are from THIS Etsy shop and simply hot-glued onto the slippers! I linked some less expensive, plain velvet slippers below so you can DIY your own fox slippers if you like!
Earrings were custom designed by Chouettes, bracelet is a vintage antique shop find, Ring is vintage and belonged to my great grandmother, rhinestone Holly Pin is from THIS Etsy shop, velvet turban from Amazon (of all random places!) HERE, sequin hanger from Glitter & Bow, Party poppers HERE, Grosgrain ribbon HERE & HERE, Gift wrap and cocktail napkins from HomeGoods, Gift boxes from Target, Gift tags handmade by me.
I realize the words “DIY” and “Chanel” aren’t often thought of synonymously but today’s DIY will have you believing it! The ribbon for this tutorial was part of the packaging on a Chanel perfume gift box I received for Christmas last year and I have wanted to DIY something with it ever since!