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Thursday, April 8, 2010
What You will Need:
69 size twoPampers
4 Inch thick ribbon
One Glitter letter
69 Clear hair Rubber bands
One bottle and filler for bottle (candy)
One 8 Inch or bigger cake cardboard base
Box of White Pearlized pins (You can use more as dots)
First roll the diapers print side first into little rolls attach a rubber band
Second place diapers on the cardboard top side down with the print facing the inside
wrap the ribbon around and fold over about a 1/4 of an inch then add the pins.
Continue First and Second steps for the next two tears adding less diapers each time.
As a topper add a cute bow I attached mine with some pins and glued on the letter.
You can put your diaper cake on a lovely cake plate as the centerpiece of your baby shower table or wrap it up in cellophane and gift it to the mommy to be.
Posted by Nicole MacIntosh at 3:29 PM
You will need:
A Mason Jar
Some Nuts any kind
Chocolate Covered Nuts
1/2 yard of fabric
When you begin take all of the lids off of the jars and line up the jars side by side
Pour the smallest pieces first in this case that is the peanuts then the largest, end with the chocolate.
Make sure when you are adding the ingredients to tap the jar on the table to make sure it is even.
Posted by Nicole MacIntosh at 3:20 PM
With all of the overnight essentials this favor is sure to stand out with a coffee mug with a cute animation of the couple and some cute sticky notes donning the same animation along with a wine label on a bottle of wine this is an overnight bag that is one of a kind. The bags were filled with snacks and stationary gum and lip gloss. They were so fun to do and each gal got black pjs except the bride hers were white. Super Cute!
Posted by Nicole MacIntosh at 2:04 PM
Thursday, March 11, 2010
With Many a Tea party under my belt it is hard for me to find inspiration out there that is amazing, but this just did it! Pay close attention to the wacky little googly eyed flowers and the cups stacked so originally with lace and ribbons and feathers. You don't need a real cake as a topper just Fake a cake with ribbon cardboard and some stickers. It's so simple and cute and if you don't have the cute room as the back drop Pipe and drape is always adorable with some pvc pipe which is so cheap and some cute fabric and some clamps from the hardware store you can have a unique background setting any time! Don't forget to cover it up with boas. My favorite accessory for a tea party. For some great yummy treats go to http://www.joyofbaking.com/EnglishTeaParty.html so scrumptious. And of course your invites will have to be original the example below is amazing! Below behind the big bling cookie you will see an original invitation creation. I am a big fan of boxed invites they are so original still and you can get tiny boxes at a craft store or online in all kinds of colors at www.nashvillewraps.com. Cute 3X3 squares four per invite and then attache with ribbon and stick them in your box with a plastic tea cup from a birthday express.
Ok Absolutely adorable with the popular Alice and Wonderland tea party theme I found this adorable set up for a great tea party at http://www.nofussfabulous.com. Too absolutely fabulous!
Posted by Nicole MacIntosh at 5:23 PM
Thursday, January 28, 2010
Ok some I'm not posting on environmentally friendly products for weddings however the new trend color in the industry is Green! The Color green known or unknown is the outline of all weddings, Green grass, and green floral accents. You certainly can't escape the boldness of these added shots of green in the collage of pictures below. So enjoy and let your next party Be Greeen!
Posted by Nicole MacIntosh at 2:06 PM