Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals!

Thanksgiving is over, which, despite how sad it makes us, means two very wonderful things: 1. Leftovers for days and…. 2. BLACK FRIDAY! Today through Monday, save $10 when you purchase two ornaments! Add this listing to your cart on Etsy and let us know which ornaments you would like as well as names for personalization. Want four ornaments? Save $20! Just add two of this listing to your cart and specify which four ornaments you would like in the ‘note to seller!’ Find all ornaments here. *Please note that each ornament design is slightly different. Some have “2015” on the front, while some show it on the back, and others do not include a date at all. If you have any questions at all,

10 DIY Thanksgiving Name Tags

Need a little last-minute inspiration for your Thanksgiving table? Here are 10 beautiful and simple name tag ideas to add a personalized touch to each place setting. 1. Turkey Feather | 2. Gold Lettered Leaf | 3. Printable Napkin Ring 4. Neon Pinecone | 5. Metallic Mini Pumpkin 6. Stamped Clay |7. Chalkboard Flatware | 8. Scrabble Names 9. Mini Bunting | 10. Gold Wishbone Wishing you and yours a FABULOUS Thanksgiving! We will be back on Friday with some Black Friday through Cyber Monday deals! Follow Vicky Barone on Instagram to stay in the loop!

Chalkboard Silverware

Today we’re sharing a clever and cost-effective way to add a personalized touch to your Thanksgiving table: silverware that doubles as a name tag! Show your guests to their seats in style and reuse them year after year! We used a paint pen on our silverware to make hand lettering the names a bit easier than with chalk. If you’d like to use chalk, leave some extra pieces on the table and have your guests write what they are thankful for on their knives and spoons! Supplies: silverware (ours was from Goodwill: 12 pieces for $2.25!), chalkboard paint, a white paint pen (or chalk), and a paint brush (optional). Directions: 1. Thoroughly clean and dry the silverware. 2. To paint each piece of flatware you

Cake Pop Turkey Treats

It may not come as a surprise that we have a little obsession with candy eyeballs (see exhibit A, B, C, D, and E). We made no exception when decorating these cake pop turkeys for Thanksgiving! These delicious little treats take no time at all to put together (and they’re easier than they look!). Supplies: cake pops, cake pop sticks, candy eyes, candy corn, pretzels, and dark cocoa candy melts. Directions: 1. Bake cake pops using a mold or a machine. Let cool completely. Place in freezer overnight or until frozen. 2. Melt candy melts according to directions. 3. Dip a cake pop stick into the candy melts and then insert into center of cake pop. 4. Dip the cake pop into the candy melts

DIY Seasonal Wreath

Today we’re sharing a round up of some of our favorite felt flower wreath designs from the past few years. Here’s the original post if you’d like to see how the interchangeable felt flower wreath came to be! We have had so much fun changing the look of this wreath throughout the seasons, all the while only ever having to store ONE wreath (and an entire drawer full of felt flowers 😉 ) instead of dozens! one | two | three four | five | six seven | eight | nine What do you think? Would you swap your wreath collection for this interchangeable one?

Happy 3rd Blogiversary!

We cannot believe it’s been 3 whole years since we started this little blog! It has been such a pleasure sharing inspiration, DIYs, art, and so much more. Of course none of this would be possible without all of YOU! Thank you for reading, sharing, pinning, and commenting. Your support means everything. To celebrate, here are the top 5 most popular posts from the past year. We can’t wait for the years to come! 1. Dip-Dyed Frosted Tumblers | 2. Homemade Dog Treats 3. Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink | 4. Car Photo Booth | 5. Merry Christmas Garland Happy Blogiversary,!

DIY Painted Pinecone Garland

What a rainy week it has been. We thought we’d never see the sun! Fortunately, we know that the key to combating the weather is to create! Today we’re sharing the perfect rainy or chilly day activity: painted pinecones. Keep reading to see how we turned them into a garland that’s perfect for Fall and Winter… Painting pinecones, believe it or not, is a very calming activity. A faster way to decorate pinecones is by dipping the entire thing in paint and letting it dry. The outcome is super cute, but we were looking for just a touch of metallic, while still keeping an earthy feel. Supplies: pinecones, floral wire, metallic acrylic paint, a paint brush, and clear cord. Directions: 1. Cut about 6-8 inches

DIY Leaf Name Tags

Well hello there, Monday. Nice to see you again. Since we are less than three weeks away from Thanksgiving, we’re sharing a glimpse of our tablescape complete with hand lettered name tags. They are truly so easy to make, and add a beautiful metallic touch to your place settings. Supplies: – Leaves: Big or small, real or faux, any leaves will do. We pulled these very real leaves off a bush from my backyard! – A gold paint pen A little #behindthescenes look at our #DIY Thanksgiving name cards! Full tutorial #ontheblog today. [Link in profile] 🍃🖌🍽🦃🍂 #flashesofdelight #video #howto #tutorial #bts #handlettering #paintpens #gold #nametag #placesetting #thanksgiving #tablescape #PaintersStyle @elmersproducts A video posted by Vicky Barone | Greeting Cards (@vicky_barone) on Nov 9, 2015