Happy Spring， lovelies! It's Elizabeth from Stockroom Vintage back to share the latest DIY project I created for Old Time Pottery–；this one is perfect for spring and summer brides! I'm madly in love with terrariums. You say moss and mini-glass vessels， and I'm there! These tiny terrarium place cards are equal parts cute and easy to create. All you need is a small glass jar (I picked up some 4.5-ounce jars at Old Time Pottery for a snip!)floral pillow shams， some natural moss and your favorite faux blooms， though handcrafted paper flowers would also be lovely!
I love how the finished product turned out. Anything this small and cute is a sure winner in my book. Plus， these place cards can double as favors for wedding guests， which is a great way to save money. If you'd like to check out the full tutorial， please pop on over to my post on the Old Time Pottery blog. I'd love to hear what you think of these terrarium place cards! How would you incorporate them into your big day？couch cushion covers diy
Ahhh…the diaper bag. Once a basic sack for carrying diapers and wipes, it has now evolved to the equivalent of an all-purpose, Swiss army knife like accessory for new parents. With multiple compartments, plastic interiors, changing pads and even a cushioned pocket for your laptop, today’s diaper bag is not only more functional, but also more fashionable. There is an abundance of styles and sizes from which to choose, so here are a few tips to help determine the bag that will work best for you.
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I have been embellishing sweatshirts for my girls since they were little. I used to make them the cutest puppies, clowns, balloons and unicorns. There came a day, however, when my adorable little children got a mind of their own about fashion. It came as a bit of a surprise to me when I read my eldest’s Christmas list: