I few years ago, I saw Martha Stewart fashion a greeting card wreath using a wooden embroidery hoop, miniature clothes pins, a glue gun and a bit of ribbon. I tried it, and although it looked lovely, as all of Martha’s creations generally do, it didn’t hold up well. The hoop was too big and the little clothes pins kept falling off as they lacked surface area for proper gluing. Plus, it was a little too genteel. So, taking my cue from Her...
I spent the entire weekend trying to get my house decorated for the Holidays. It has to be my favorite time of year! I am always looking for ways to do things cheap, but classy. My favorite is to “wrap” my pictures on the walls.
Here is a before photo:
- Pictures from your wall
- Christmas Wrapping Paper
- Old Christmas Cards Cut Out
- Pictures of family or out of magazines
- Lay the picture face down on top of the...
Despite the lack of snow in St. Paul, I am getting in the holiday spirit. I've been listening to Dean Martin's "Marshmallow World" and started to make my way down my holiday gift lists. I turned my car stereo to the "Christmas Superstation" where it's Christmas all day and all night. Sweet Bruno deals with my holiday spirit magnificently.
We received our first holiday card this weekend, which brings me to my question: Does anyone have a...
Like many people, I imagine, I don't have a fireplace or a mantel, so I am sort of at a loss as to where to hang the stockings for a family of 4. It seems weird to have them just stuck on the wall with hooks or something, but I am not sure what else to do. Anyone have any ideas or came up with something cool in a similar situation?