This DIY post is an old one from my original blog. I’m trying to slowly move home and food posts here, so I thought I’d share this with you. Another Bank’s trash is another man’s treasure. Well, you read that right. I said bank. Let me enlighten you.
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Back when I was younger, I would collect greeting cards just because they are cute. I can be a hoarder just like that. Haha! But the reason I love having them handy too, is the fact that I can easily find a thoughtful card for any occasion on a whim. Even in this digital age, I still prefer giving actual greeting cards than e-cards. There is something about a greeting card that’s tangible – it’s more personal and more thoughtful in my opinion. You can easily make an e-card for any special occasion. But if you give an actual card, it feels like you’ve gone an extra mile just to greet that person. So I say, have multiple cards ready for whatever occasion comes your way. Send smiles with cute cards whenever you feel like it. And to keep them organized, I am sharing this DIY Wall Art using Hallmark greeting cards.
Today at STYLEanthropy, I’m sharing you my pot of gold – this DIY Pineapple that’s made of chocolate and wine. No leprechaun, no problem. Haha! You can easily create this beautiful pineapple that can be a great gift package for someone who loves chocolate and wine (or champagne). It can also be a fun display in your bar cart or a delicious centerpiece at your next dinner party. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s make a DIY floral table wreath without using any adhesive or glue. Yes, it’s super easy and simple. I promise anyone can make it. I thought about making one after thinking of ways to decorate a dining table for Spring parties. Flowers are easily the perfect symbols of Spring arrival and so it’s only appropriate to use flowers for table decorations. Besides, if you get tired of your floral wreaths, you can also use this as flower crowns for Festival Season, am I right? Of course, you’ll have to choose a wreath that will fit your head perfectly! Haha. You can just use a simple wooden ring, head band or elastic for your flower crown. But today, we are talking about table decorations!
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s make a DIY Referee Shirt Koozie for a Sports-Themed party. One of the many occasions that call for a party is sports-related. So wouldn’t it be nice to create something fun that ties up to your party theme? A koozie is a fabric or foam sleeve designed to insulate a beverage container. It can be for a can, glass or bottle. In this case, we are making a koozie for a bottled beverage. While you can most certainly create jerseys of your favorite teams, for today’s DIY, I thought of making referee shirt koozies instead. Whatever team you’re rooting for or whatever sports you’re preparing a party for, there’s always a referee. So this referee shirt koozie can be reused over and over again at your sports-themed parties!
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s DIY some napkin rings! The Holiday Season is here. It’s my favorite time of the year for so many reasons, but more importantly, my birthday is on Christmas Day. Yup, I was born on December 25. So naturally, I love everything about Christmas and the Holidays in general – the decorations, the shopping, the gift-giving, and of course the entertaining.
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s do a DIY bar cart! It’s been awhile since I shared a fun home design and DIY post with you. So I thought I’d talk about one of my other favorite things to style – the home. Let’s talk about current home trends, a DIY bar cart project that you can do on your own, and things to fill it up with to spark some conversation.
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s create this DIY Gold Dinosaur Jewelry Holder. It’s really easy to do, not to mention affordable! It has been on my mind’s to-do list for quite some time. Yeah, like for years. Haha! Maybe I was just too lazy to go to the party supply store/dollar store to get these dinosaur toys. So when I saw them at Target for a dollar each, I knew it was time to tackle this project. Let’s begin!