If you’ve been a reader for very long, you know I have a thing for pillows. Being able to switch out the pillows on my couches and chairs to add a different color or a touch of holiday decor is one of my favorite decorating strategies. Pillow covers that can be removed are incredibly easy to store; they don’t take up much room, and they can simply be folded into a bin or basket when no in use. The bulkier pillows live on my couches, and it’s easy to switch covers according to changing seasons or my tastes. It’s almost as easy to make pillow covers–not quite, but almost–and you can definitely have a lot of fun embellishing them. Enjoy these 5 Ways to Make a Pillow for Valentine’s Day!
As you know, I’ve got a little girl named Kayla. When I spotted this Valentine Tea Party by Hostess With the Mostess, I couldn’t help but think of her. Kayla and her girlfriends would be delighted with a “fancy party” like this one! So many of the elements of this party are DIY-able. I picked five and found tutorials for them. Enjoy!
Hi Infarrantly Creative readers, I am Ashley from Simply Designing and I am absolutely thrilled to be guest posting today on Beckie’s blog! One of my children’s favorite holidays is Valentine’s Day. We love to create fun Valentines to hand out, and don’t even get me started on the delicious treats that come out this time of year! One thing I am not a huge fan of is cheesy Valentine’s Day decor. So this year I wanted to create a few Valentine’s Day decorations that are fun and stylish!
I am not a huge seasonal decorator. Are you? I don’t have a lots of tchotchkes and other décor to just change it up every season. I am pretty simplistic in my approach to decorating. I usually decorate maybe one entryway table seasonally and maybe add in a few new pillows since I love making them. I decided to create a large DIY “LOVE” art for Valentine’s day. However, I used untraditional Valentine’s day colors so I can display it year round. It looks like a mini pallet.