We think 2017 is going to be our best year yet! Here’s how to make a gold cut-out canvas to display at your New Year’s Eve party to celebrate that sentiment… Supplies: a canvas, an X-acto knife, a printed quote, self-healing mat, and gold spray paint. Directions: 1. Create a design or quote you’d like on your canvas and print it backwards (this will create a stencil that you will use on the back of the canvas!). 2. Place the canvas on a self-healing mat, face down. 3. Tape the stencil to the inside of the canvas. 4. Use the X-acto knife to cut away the letters or design (you will be cutting through the paper stencil and the canvas) 5. Neaten up the canvas
It’s not even Christmas yet, but we are already getting so excited for New Year’s Eve! To celebrate, we created these sparkly headbands to wear while you watch the ball drop. Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: plastic headbands, wire, scissors, glittery paper, and hot glue. Directions: 1. Cut different sized star shapes out of glitter paper. 2. Cut a length of wire and roll the end of it into a flat coil (this will give more surface area for the hot glue to stick to). 3. Attach a star to the coil using hot glue. Repeat until all of the stars are glued to pieces of wire. 4. Wrap the other end of the wire to the headband until the star is at
Happy Friday! We are only a week away from Christmas weekend! If you’re looking for some DIY gifts, these hot cocoa kits are personalized, delicious, and sure to please. Here’s how we made them using Places for Faces… Supplies: glass jars with lids (we got these from AC Moore!), hot cocoa powder, candy canes, mini marshmallows, ribbon, scissors, a hole punch, and a Places for Faces printable. Directions: 1. Clean and dry the glass jars thoroughly. 2. Pour a packet of cocoa powder in the jar. 3. Crush candy canes and layer them on top of powder. 4. Add the mini marshmallows as the final layer and close the jars. 5. Use Places for Faces to create personalized gift tags! 6. Print out the gift
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will received a commission, but the price stays the same for you! We are back with another gift guide! Our yearly “Gift Guide for Him” is always our most popular so we hope we inspire you with this round-up yet again! Click through the links below to check out our fun finds. Happy shopping! 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 For even more gift guides click here! Happy Monday!
Happy Friday! If you’re looking for some fun holiday DIYs to create this weekend, we have just the thing for you! We used Places for Faces to personalize some glass ornaments and we love how they turned out! They make great gifts and with Places for Faces‘ print-from-home capabilities you can make these in no time! Here’s how… Supplies: glass ornaments, faux snow, glitter (optional), Places for Faces (we used the “Dessert Topper” template!), and scissors. Directions: 1. Use Places for Faces to create customized templates with Holiday stickers! 2. Print the templates from home. 3. Cut out the faces, leaving a half inch buffer at the bottom of each face. This extra bit of paper will rest on the bottom of the ornament so the face
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Today we’re sharing a mid-week treat we are sure you’ll just adore. Inspired by our Halloween Rice Krispie Characters and our love for candy eyes, we created some sweet chocolate covered characters that are perfect for Christmas! Here’s how to make your own… Supplies: rice krispie treats (store bought or homemade), cake pop sticks, candy eyes, pretzels, M&Ms, silver nonpareils, candy corn, vanilla cake frosting, and candy melts in light cocoa, dark cocoa, white, and red. Snowmen: Add a cake pop stick to the center of a rice krispie treat. Spread vanilla frosting on the rice krispie treat using a knife or a spoon (you
Happy Monday! We are back with another Holiday Gift Guide, this time to celebrate the host! As you head off to countless holiday parties, you may be searching for the perfect gift to bring along as a thanks to the lovely host. We have gathered some of our favorite items from around the web and we hope you like them! 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 |11 The above contains an affiliate link. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! For ever more holiday gift guides click here!
Happy Friday! We’re only two days into December and we are already in the Christmas spirit! We loved the jack-o-lantern soda bottles we made with Places for Faces for Halloween so much that we decided to make them Christmas-themed. Here’s how to make your own reindeer soda bottles and top them off with personalized toppers from Places for Faces… Supplies: glass bottles (ours are from Michaels), silver pipe cleaners, googly eyes, mini red pom poms, glue, Places for Faces, tape, scissors, and paper straws. Directions: 1. Clean your soda bottles thoroughly and let dry. 2. Use glue to attach googly eyes and pom poms to the bottles to create the reindeer faces. 3. Wrap the pipe cleaner around the neck of the bottle and bend it