1. My DIY Wedding Day & Oh So Joyous DIY Thank You Cards

    After all the planning, after sweating all the details, after running around like a chicken with your head cut off, when you have finally had the day of your dreams & the chance to reap the reword of being in a room that your carefully crafted yourself, there is one...last...key...thing: The Thank You Cards. Now that you have had a chance to cool off, had a moment away from all your DIY projects, your paper cuts have healed & you've finally found a way to remove that last bit of glue unmercifully stuck, entertain the idea of a new DIY, you know... for old time's sake! My DIY Wedding Day paired up with Oh So Joyous and features this lil gem of a stellar Thank You Card package. The idea is simple, the work is moderately low especially compared to the lovely end product. I love the idea of going that extra step, even after your day has come and gone. I am sure your guest will notice the extra work and care, truly appreciating how much they mean to you!

  2. Stunning DIY Ideas for Pretty Girly Accessories

    I'm having a bit of a girly lacey DIY accessory moment, so please forgive! I found 3 wonderfully simple and especially lovely DIY's for you to give a go! I think my fave of all of them is the Rosette Headband! Whether they are for you or to give as gifts, these are definite winners in my book.

  3. DIY Ombre Walls- A Surprise Wedding Inspiration

    I'm not over ombre, not by a long shot. I don't know exactly how long it will stick around, but I am totally cool with it occupying design space for quite some time. So with that said, I have an ombre post today featuring ombre walls from Design Sponge. I am seriously crushing on their use of ombre on walls and if I can find the patience, I think I am going ot have to give ombre walls a go myself. Speaking of ombre walls, how amazing would they not be as a ceremony backdrop!?

  4. DIY Magnetic Scrabble Board With Vintage Book Page Covering

    I am a pretty firm believer that every now and again, decor elements dont necessarily need to jump out at you as to way they exist. Personally I often feel its the outside the box, what on earth is that doing there, or used that way kind of thoughts about seeing something, that typically lead to stellar designs. Today's DIY is one of those.