While making decorations for Emma’s birthday I decided to a chandelier instead of centerpiece and I am SO happy with how it came out I wanted to share how I made it with all of you.
First I needed to figure out how I was going to make the frame. I took four rods and hot glued the ends together (in the long run it would have been smart to do a criss-cross in the center as well to stabilize it)
Then you’ll need paper and scissors! I folded the paper hot dog style twice to make four defined lines. Then I cut it into strips, glued the ends together and hot glued them to each other.Then when they are a lined up I glued them to the frames!
Hey everyone! I am doing an AWESOME book giveaway over here:
Make sure you don’t miss it!
As most of you know – I a work from home mom and sometimes cutting myself off from working is a challenge. It’s so easy to just keep working when it’s right there! It’s also really easy to feel overwhelmed or unorganized when you are surrounded by all your personal belongings!!
One thing you’ll notice about me is I am constantly updating how I organize things – it may seem ridiculous but I absolutely love it! I think one of the reasons that I stay so organized is because I get excited to spend a little time reorganizing often.
We all know that one way of organizing isn’t always going to work. Things are constantly changing in our lives and organizing isn’t any different. Updating your system now and then is a great way to get you back on track and boost your production!
For the next five weeks I am going to be posting about how I have recently reorganized my work from home life! I am going to go through a series of things I have done to update my space with tips on how to customize it to fit your life.
Here are a few to start you out with while you are waiting that I found on Pinterest:
It’s almost Emma’s Birthday!! My little girl will be four and I’m starting the party planning! Here’s some ideas I’ve found so far from Pinterest:
What do you think!!?
I love DIY Party Ideas – they are so budget friendly and let’s be honest – half the fun is making them and seeing the little eyes light up!
I’ve always been amazed at the crocheted jewelry I’ve seen. Most of it is very detailed delicate work and all I can think about is the amount of time they probably put into it. One of these days I’ll be brave enough to attempt such gorgeous work.
Take a look at what I found on :
Which one is your favorite?
I’ve had this poor little (really huge) letter J for quite some time now and I’ve had a million ideas with it but I think I’m finally ready to do something with it!
So of course I did some Pinning to see what I should do
Some Light it Up Letters?
Wine Cork Letters?
Book Roll Letter?
Fun Painted Letter?
I am so excited to show you all what I’ve done with it!