I love me some woodland inspiration, so it was a no brainer that my holiday table would be adorned with elements of this rustic theme. Good thing I was not tardy with my holiday table as I am with posting this idea! But better late than never!!
The centerpieces were very simple but placed on top of kraft paper runner, plates and my family of fawns, this table was so awesome in the most simplistic and mid century modern way.
Hosting a holiday party or heading to a cookie exchange . . . We have a cute holiday project that can be made quickly with a blumebox and washi tape.
Any size blumebox will suit. Pictured here is an 8″ cream blumebox. Proceed with wrapping the blumebox with washi tape in the desired pattern. Keep it simple (as shown to the right) or take it up a notch and have some fun with washi and make a tree out of it! We saw this idea over on Confetti Sunshine who had a post on handmade ornaments, and we thought it could work really well on a blumebox.
Posted on December 9th, 2013 at 8:54 pm
Tags: DIY cookie stand, easy dessert display, how to make a cookie stand, make a cookie stand, making a cookie stand with a blumebox and washi tape
When I spotted this fun tutorial on how to make your own glitter reindeer art over on Bliss At Home, I knew I had to try it on a blumebox.
This looks harder than it was. With just a few supplies (a blumebox, glitter, glue and a stencil) and minimal steps, you will have a sparkling doe in no time!
One: Make a deer stencil. Use it to trace onto the blumebox.
Two: With a paint brush, apply tacky glue to the entire inside of deer.
Three: Shake glitter like mad over the glue area. VOILA!
Holiday parties…REALLY! Indeed they are upon us and blumebox is here for your party needs!
Serve your guests some bubbly and offer them some rock candy for a fun festive addition. What better way way to do so than by using a 4″ blumebox cube with a blumebox dessert insert to easily arrange the rock candy. (You will have to remove the round ball from the rock candy stick to use with dessert insert)
Add some ribbon and festive labels to to add some holiday cheer and you have yourself one rockin’ table of bubbles!
In our house, Elfis (Elvis+Elf=Elfis) arrives the first of December and spends the month traveling throughout the house keeping a watchful eye on our girls. All acts of kindness and naughtiness are noted and passed onto the big guy up north! The joy, laughter and thrill that young “Elfis” brings to our house every year is truly magical!
So when we saw this vibrant (lime green, red and light blue) Magical Elf Christmas Party created by the crazy (good crazy) talented Anders Ruff and featured on Hostess With the Mostess we were giddy with excitement to see this tradition brought to life for a party!
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