Easter is far behind us (time flies!) but this year the traditional easter brunch was at our place. I went completely overboard with the tablesetting in sweet pastels. So overboard that I didn’t take a single picture.
I did capture these little vases that I made with old jars (thank you baby girl) and some rope. Really simple, just wrap the rope tight around the vase, make sure you wrap a little over the beginning and the end of the rope and it won’t go anywhere.
This is also really fun to use when you’re hosting a summer barbeque or a high tea.
Do you like the results?
I think I’ve bought this frame more than over a year ago for only three euros.
It had the most hideous embroidered fabric (think orange-yellow sunset with dark green fields) but I just liked the frame.
I wanted to turn it into a chalk board but it ended up in the back of our closet. That was until a few weeks ago. I was about to return it to the thriftstore when I decided to just try it out and it was really simple and quick to do. The chalk paint needs some time to dry though (me being all impatient) but it turned out quite fun I think!
I still have another large chalk board in my mind from Bloomingville but that one comes with a large pricetag as well;-)
So in the meantime this will do.
Have a lovely weekend!
-Images by Marline-
My ever growing collection of masking tape, stamps, twine and stickers needed a new home badly.
I cleaned out a few jars, removed the labels (bye bye pickles) and simply spray painted the cover in a copper colour.
I really like the the result and now I can actually see what I have in storage. Jars are so fun to reuse, the possibilities are endless!
I’ll keep them clean and simple for now, maybe I’ll put some tags on them later.
Have you ever reused jars?
-Images by Marline-
There are so many fun DIY christmas projects on the web these days. When I read it it makes me want to jump up and get crafty, but for this christmas my house is decorated and I am planning to enjoy it.
I did manage to squeeze in a little DIY time last sunday.
It only took me a pack of foam sheets, a baking tin, a pair of scissors and some ribbons. I pressed the baking tin firmly on the foam sheets so I could see where to cut. Once the stars were cut out I made a tiny hole in it and added a ribbon.. et voila, a star is born!
-images by Marline-