Thanksgiving crackers that really pop! Inside each contains a conversation starter. Perfect for keeping things poppin’ at the Thanksgiving dinner table.
The classic look of conversation hearts, but they taste like candy you actually want to eat.
Apartment Therapy It’s a widely known design “rule” that painting a room a light color makes it feel larger. So, therefore, painting a small room a dark color will make it feel even smaller. But others feel that dark walls recede visually into the background making a space feel larger. And some people don’t care […]
Every year I try one, and every year, I swear it’ll be last. Those chalky, manufactured conversation hearts simply don’t agree with my taste buds. But these little felt hearts do INDEED agree with my cute buds, and the fact that they’re customizable to convey anything you want? Well, that’s just sweet… No pattern necessary, […]
Of course, you’ll never actually eat them, but that doesn’t mean they can’t say exactly what you feel. Just follow this brief how-to: Ingredients: Store-bought conversation hearts Rasp-style grater (like a Microplane) Rubber-stamp kit Food-writing pens 1. Remove the original message by shaving away the top layer with the grater. 2. Arrange your words in […]
I’ve seen some good ideas here using contact paper, and it’s one of the few design tools that actually fits my budget, but here’s the problem: it’s all so ugly! Please tell me there’s a source out there for contact paper that looks cool. My googling got me nowhere.
I know that spring hasn’t officially arrived yet, but with the weather we’ve been having, it doesn’t really matter:) We’ve enjoyed temps in the 60s to mid-70’s – wonderful! This week, along with crafting, I’ve been working on the wall in the dining room (our friend didn’t make it last weekend, so I’ve taken on […]