Happy Friday. . . freebie Friday! What is more summer than lilies? They remind me of my grandmother’s garden. Here is my paper version of my grandma’s lilies. I printed these on a card stock paper this time, thinking that lilies have thicker petals than other flowers. After printing the template (see link at end… Read more.
There are so many great ways to use butterflies in decorating that I couldn’t resist making a curly willow twig and watercolor butterfly wreath. Simple to make, you can add a splash of spring color to any room with this wreath. I used my watercolor butterflies that you can download at the end of the… Read more.
Initially I planned this brunch theme to be an Easter Brunch. It certainly would make a beautiful Easter setting. You could easily use colored eggs in the centerpiece vase rather than the stones and moss. But then. . . it is just too sweet not suggest it as a butterfly party theme for a Mother’s… Read more.
To round out the butterfly brunch theme I have been working on this week I wanted to offer a matching invitation that is easy to download, edit in Acrobat and print at home. ~Lia
Curly willow is a favorite of mine and looks lovely when simply displayed in a vase. In this tutorial I added some color and elements of nature with the rocks, moss and watercolor butterflies. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post where I will show you a complete brunch table setting using this as a centerpiece. ~Lia
Using a curly willow branch wrapped into a ring, then clipping on a paper butterfly is a simple and fresh way to add color to your brunch table. My next post is the centerpiece that goes with it. ~Lia
A few weeks ago, an idea popped into my head. I wanted to do watercolor. The last time I painted in watercolor was in 19XX (I am NOT going to date myself), when I was in art school. My school offered a week-long summer watercolor class in beautiful McCall, Idaho. My parents were in art… Read more.
We are wrapping up our Easter giveaway week with this adorable Easter party invitation created by Jennie. When planning your party remember to include the Wooly Easter Friends sticker sheets, the Wooly Easter Friends cupcake wraps, toppers & flags and the upcycled grocery bag Easter basket. . . all coordinating with this invitation.
Our designer Emily created these Easter ears for her daughters Lainey and Sadie from Jennie’s Wooly Easter Buddie artwork. How cute is that!! We had to get a few pics this morning to share with you! We sent them each home with an Easter basket to match their new ears. For you we have the… Read more.
These cupcake wraps, toppers and straw flag are designed with our adorable wooly Easter friends and ready for you to download, print and decorate your goodies for this year’s Easter party.
What to do with all those grocery bags tucked under my sink?! I find that there is something quite endearing about brown kraft grocery bags and the up-cycling piece of my brain has been dancing around ideas for a while. I have been seeing a few variations of woven paper baskets around the web, so… Read more.
This week we are sharing our Easter party kit, starting today with a printable sticker sheet. Our theme this Easter is centered around a cuddly lamb, chick and bunny (creations of Jennie) with a clever knit pattern on their bellies. Enjoy! ~Lia
Earlier this spring, Tara, one of our designers for our Share Holidays DIY site, created these absolutely charming Woodland Easter brunch invitation, egg hunt invitation and Easter card. I love her use of the woodland animals for this holiday. This inspired me to create a Woodland Easter party theme that might inspire you as you… Read more.
Woodland Egg Holders: Here are four little woodland critter designs, created to hold your decorated Easter eggs with a place to write your guests name. Another idea. . . you can also use these as napkin rings. INSTRUCTIONS: Print this PDF on a heavier cardstock and trim as shown. Use a piece of tape or… Read more.