I had so much fun planning this shower! Here's a final look at at this special day!
To help make painting easier for the guests I provided some templates for them to use! I've linked a couple of the favorites, but other ideas can be found on my Pinterest page! When the ladies were done painting they hung the onesies up on a clothesline. This allowed the onesies to dry and become some sweet decorations!
When I saw these paintings on Pinterest I thought they were the cutest things ever! They combine 2 of my favorite things: barn wood and woodland animals. I thought they would be a fun touch of whimsy to my friend's woodland nursery! Here is my most recent high-low project.
For awhile now I've been wanting to make a rustic, 3-tiered cupcake stand; this baby shower was the perfect opportunity! There are many different styles online, but they all have one thing in common - $$$. Here is my most recent high-low project.
I found my tree slices at Michaels, but another cheap option is Saveoncrafts; both have a variety of shape, color, size, and texture for you to choose from. (OR you could find a fallen tree that you like and cut your pieces to size!)
For the center post I used a small log that we found outside. Dan cut it down to size. We scraped off the bark to reveal some awesome texture!
To assemble the pieces, all we used is wood glue! Initially we thought we'd need to use screws to keep it secure, but we were pleasantly surprised by how well the glue held. *Make sure that each piece is centered to ensure that your finished product is sturdy.*
Birdseed Ornaments can be hung in a tree, from a window, lamp post, or bird house. A spin off of the traditional bird feeder, these ornaments provide a unique opportunity to relax and watch the birds with your kiddos or a cup of coffee.
*click to view the tutorial. The only change I made was using 2 envelopes per batch rather than 1. This helped the forms keep their shape with minimal crumbles!