Friday, May 30, 2014

DIY Destination Wedding Guide for Guests

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Hi! I'm sharing how I did my itinerary for my Destination Wedding Welcome Bags! I found the brag books, small photo albums, at Michaels for only $1.99, with some coupons and a little bit of running around to several different Michaels stores I got 20 perfect brag books for a good price! Fun fact: The starfish on the cover of the brag book is the same kind that I had for my wedding hair clip, which I ordered here! :)
  {Texas Craft House} DIY Destination Wedding Guide for Your Guests
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Saturday, May 17, 2014

Initial door hanger wreath

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Last night my husband and I went to Main Street Days in Grapevine, Texas. We had a blast eating, sipping, listening to good music and shopping the vendor booths.
We found one booth with unfinished wood. The gentleman was selling initials, symbols, sayings, crosses, anything and everything. We bought an S for our last name for around $15. I thought this was a steal considering the size.  We also bought a Harley Davidson cut out. Not sure what I'm going to do with it yet,  but I'll have all summer to decide.
I painted my S with blue acrylic paint that I already had.  Then I hot glued a big yellow sunflower to the edge. I wanted something that would really stand out from the street and would make me think of summer. I love the contrasting blue and yellow. :-) Also like something from the usual wreath.
Have a great weekend and check back for more creativity soon!

Sunday, May 4, 2014

DIY Curtain Rod Wall Decor with Hanging Frames

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{Texas Craft House} Wall Decor Curtain Rods with Hanging Frames

I have to admit that I am the most proud of this refresh that I've done to my living room wall! I used to have floating shelves with my knick knacks on them and wasn't in love with that look anymore. I had a curtain rod left over from our move a few years ago and I didn't toss it thinking I could do something with it. I'd seen an idea of several frames hanging from a rod and wanted to figure out how to do this. I went back and forth considering ideas and shooting them down because of the sheer weight frames would have on the rod. Like I said years passed and this idea had been gnawing at me, so I started googling different strings of words to try to get more inspiration on how to accomplish my idea. I came across and they literally have step-by-step directions for "fake hanging," check out the link to see! What is this you ask? Let me show you!! 

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