I hope all of you American readers had a very full Thanksgiving! Seth and I had our own little Thanksgiving for two, well technically it was 1 1/2 since Seth has been recovering from the pesky Flu, but it still called for pretty table settings nonetheless. Also, yesterday I learned it’s always best to make your own turkey while living in Texas, unless you’re cool with the possibility of picking up your Turkey only to realize that it’s practically BBQ style. #texasliving, sigh… happy weekend!
Confession of a wrap-aholic: Sometimes I spend more on gift wrapping materials than I do the actual gift… don’t judge me for this, I just want you to have pretty things.
Be honest though, do you not reach for the craziest wrapped present under the tree first? So do I, which is why I’ve compiled a not-so-short list of my favorite recent gift wrap DIY’s, products, and inspirations to make sure that your gift is the one everyone is itching to open.
1 adorned glitter clothespin DIY by Creature Comforts // 2 knit gift tags printable DIY by Eat Drink Chic // 3 clutch gift wrap from Leela Purse $4.00 // 4 leaf and twine gift wrap DIY by Chelsea Fuss // 5 rustic gift wrap DIY by Grey Likes Nesting on Style Me Pretty
6 kids art as gift wrap DIY by Martha Stewart // 7 star gift topper inspiration by Blank Goods // 8 gift wrap pom collection by Potter + Butler, $15.00 // 9 paper button gift toppers by Blank Goods, $2.00 // 10 pom pom wrapping paper by Anthropologie, $18.00 // 11 polka dot storage box set by Urban Outfitters, $20.00 // 12 ombre wrapping sheets by Rifle Paper Co., $8.50 //
13 glitter dipped pom pom DIY by Sugar & Cloth // 14 studded paper and leather gift tag DIY by Whimseybox // 15 holiday flag gift wrap by FIg. 2 Design Stuio, $12.00 // 16 holiday mail stripes printable DIY by Eat Drink Chic // 17 tinsel bow gift wrap DIY by Whimseybox
I hope you’re getting your holiday crafting boots ready, my friends, because I’ve got lots of cute DIY’s planned for you. I thought I’d let you in on my recent best-kept-crafting-secret discovery that I like to call Consumer Crafts, reason being, it’s insanely inexpensive! Seriously, you could decorate your whole neighborhood. These are my favorite items for your home this holiday season–
1- Acrylic pom poms 100, $1.17 // 2- Martha Stewart twine 36 yds, $4.67 // 3- Grapevine heart garland 5ft, $3.97 //4- 18 in. pinewood tree, $3.97 // 5- 5lbs. of pine cones, $4.97 // 6- 12in. Paper mache letters, $2.27 // 7- Gold curling ribbon 100 yds, $1.77 // 8- Cinnamon sticks 1lb, $5.97 // 9- 15ft. Mini ming pine garland, $1.97
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*This post was sponsored by Blueprint Social and Consumer Crafts, opinions listed are my own.
Thank you so, so much to everyone that came out for the craft night at Langford Market! It was a total blast (plus there were mini cupcakes, so how could it not be?)! I absolutely loved getting to meet regular S+C readers, it made my whole month, I can’t wait to do it again. For those of you not so close to Houston, how about I swap you a craft night teaching for a plane ticket and cute place to stay(seriously)? Deal. Until then, maybe I should start doing video DIY’s so you can join the fun, what do you think?