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DIY TASSEL TOP BOXES

DIY TASSEL TOP BOXES

  Sick of the same old wrapping paper for each gift you give? Or the gift bags you've been reusing a few too many times. Add a special touch to the next gift you give by presenting it in a Tassel Top Box. Mix and match colors, like pink and orange, or add in patterns for even more flair! We're thrilled to have Mary Beth of Bungalow...

Eat Cake Tree Wood-Burned Sign

Eden from Sugar and Charm shared a fabulous guest post on The Sweetest Occasion Blog about How To Mak Pretty Signage with Wood-burning.  Pictured above is an adorable tree trunk slice sign that reads “Eat Cake”.  Eden reminisces, “I thought it would be neat to show all of you how to create your own wood-burned […]

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Cantaloupe Fruit Bowl

Recently, I began my personal journey to eat healthy.   I am out of shape and have 15 pounds to loose from the birth of my one year old son.  I love dessert, especially if it’s cute.    Eating fruit could be a simple task if it looked this cute every day.  The cantaloupe fruit bowl has […]

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Library Card Book Favors

  The Knot featured an adorable Library Card Book Favor that we just had to share with you!  The bride wrapped wedding favors with brown paper bag wrapping paper.  On top of the book is an Old Fashioned Library Card with such a sweet message to each attendant and tied with twine.  Favors like these […]

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Edible Crayons

Happy back to school!  These edible crayons are just too easy to make.  Gourmet Mom has a fantastic tutorial demonstrating how her family made this easy creation.  Edible Crayons requires Pretzel Rods, Candy Melts, and Paper Labels.   Grab the recipe HERE.

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How to make Pie on a stick

Ever wonder how to make pie on a stick? Or most likely in the words of Bakerella,  “Pie Pops”.   Assembling pie pops aren’t nearly intimidating as they appear to be.  Luxirare blog gives a fantastic photo tutorial HERE.  You can use so many fun fillings such as peach, cherry, pumpkin, blueberry, apple, etc. So that’s […]

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Back To School Treat Boxes For Your Teacher

Brady’s Craft Blog has designed this totally cute teacher treat box.  She crafted each box using craft paper and clipped the edges with ruffled shaped scissors.  Brandy included white twine around each box with tags that read  “With you as my teacher… I’ll be one smart cookie”   What an excellent way to welcome going back […]

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Free First Day Back To School Printables

Thanks to the fabulous girls at How Does She & Chickabug, we have your little ones equipped with free first day back to school printables.   On the first day of school each of your children can strike a pose holding their sign identifying which grade they will enter.  These fabulous signs cover all grades including […]

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How to make Homemade Gumdrops

One thing I love about Bakerella is that she always thinks outside the box and constantly makes vintage ideas from the kitchen fresh.  I adore her latest home made gum drop recipe tutorial.  She even put them in party favor / goodie bags.   Love it!  XOXO, Melissa

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How to Decorate Donuts

Are you having guest over at the last minute and now you’re in a bind to serve a pretty dessert?  This past Sunday, my mom and I found ourselves in this exact predicament.  We had absolutely no time to make a dessert from scratch; however, we still wanted to serve something that had our own […]

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