I would apologize for being weird and really into boob prints right now (see here), except that I already know I’m weird which is half the reason the crazy on this blog even exists, so I won’t actually apologize for that. However, I will say sorry to those of you that don’t receive an abstract boob DIY patterned vase with your Valentine’s flowers, because you will be missing out!
That said, if anyone stumbles upon their boyfriend making them this custom vase for the occasion, do you solemnly swear to document it and send it to me? Pretty please? Because that would be epic, and will have totally made my year! The rest of us will probably have to depend on the Galentine’s in our lives to fill this void instead…
I love having people over for meals, and I’m definitely a magpie for anything that will add some fun to the table. From breakfast to dinner, making a bit of a styling effort every now and again with some flowers, cute placements, a runner, or in this case a DIY candle holder, will always set the tone.
It immediately makes things feel just a little bit more special and indulges my inner stylist. This DIY is also super simple to make, and even though it does involve some painting, I, Teri, used the easiest pattern ever (it looks even better when it’s not 100% perfect!).
With this monochrome base you can change up your candle colors to fit your mood or your table colors (like pink for Valentine’s Day!), or even try adding some gold or copper candles for an extra luxe look…
I, Erin, am fairly certain one can never have too many serving dishes, especially finger food trays that are a snap to load up and set out when people are coming over. This DIY concrete tray mixes the industrial texture of concrete with smooth brass to set a modern scene for whatever you’ve got on the menu. And in the case of Sugar & Cloth…macarons!
But seriously, how cute would these be on this concrete tray?! Read on for the scoop on how to create one for your next gathering..