So... it's been a while! I know I haven't been able to post in quite some time... I noticed that this blog needs quite a few upgrades! I'm happy to announce that I will be adding some great and brand new ideas for you guys! Thanks for continuing to check up on me! Many memories and crafts have been made in the time I've been gone... can't wait to show you guys! ;)
^ This is me and my boyfriend Daniel, in Las Vegas, Nevada ^
It's just about that time for school to come to an end and I've come up with 2 cute ideas to decorate the class with. We're celebrating their graduation into Kindergarten! So sad to see them grow up... :(
This is my idea for the Preschool door. I asked the kids what was something they wanted to do when they got to Kindergarten... Some answers were quite unique!
The parents enjoy reading their children's creative answers. I also colored/cut out some school-related pictures, such as pencils, glue bottles, apples, letters and numbers. Another idea I had.... Cutting out stars and letters stating, "We're glad for our grads!" I took a picture of the Preschoolers that were graduating into Kindergarten and printed them out, sticking them to the stars. This display is along the wall above the cubbies. The parents REALLY liked this idea! I also put each child's name and year on the picture, so I can take them down and give to the parents in the last day of school. I ho…
I don't know what I am most excited for- being my sister's Maid of Honor and planning her bridal shower, or the fact that she's getting married in less than two weeks!!
(Sisters and BFFs <3 )
It has been a crazy last month leading up to her big day, and I am thrilled to show y'all her 1920s glam bridal shower! ~The color scheme was black, white, gold and pink.~ With a touch of lace and elegance. Such a feminine theme- I wanted to incorporate music into the shower to honor Heather because she loves the piano and all things music! She used to tap dance to the oldies in her spare time (and I mean OLDIES!- like.... the Charleston...), so I thought this theme would be perfect! It was a unique idea that many of the guests complimented me on- so I think it was a good pick! And I had so much fun planning it out once I got going!
Here it is, all broken down! (Watch out-there's a lot to read!)
Every monthly event or holiday, I change out the frame's theme to go on my shelf. Here is my St. Patrick's Day theme this year!
I measured the size of the frame and cut out the appropriate piece of cardstock. Then I cut out some gold glitter foam triangles and attached them to the top corners. I free-handed my quote with a permanent marker, adding thicker strokes on some letters. Lastly, I glued my free-handed green clover to the bottom of the phrase. (I was feeling a little lazy to use a template of any kind!)
I wanted to add some black and white stripes to the background as well, but again, I was feeling too lazy for that!
Hope this was an inspiration to you! Thanks for stopping by to read this!