I love decorating with vintage glass, don't you? Just the other day, I was browsing the aisles of my favorite home store, eyeing some gorgeously girly apothecary bottles. I loved the idea of gifting them to my favorite girlfriends as a little treat on Valentine's Day, but I did not love their price tag. Yikes! Thankfully, my shopping trip that day also took me through the aisles of a home and hardware store, where I spotted some sparkly glass drawer pulls. They were identical to the adornment on the bottle stoppers of those apothecary bottles. I knew I could pull off apothecary bottles as a DIY project.
- One Decorative Bottle (with a Cork!)
- One Decorative Drawer Pull Knob with a Screw
- Glue or Decoupage Solution
- One Sheet of Printable Acetate
- Paint Brushes
I really believe that the best gifts are homemade. Not only are homemade gifts more thoughtful, but they're usually pretty inexpensive, too. It's the best of both worlds. If this one looks too advanced or gourmet for you, let me tell you:
Wine. And socks. It sounds like the beginning of a really strange party, but I promise it will all make sense soon. We all know it's a nice gesture to get a gift for the host anytime you're invited for a
I'm the anti-Goldilocks when it comes to jewelery. If I'm going to rock a necklace or earrings, they've either got to be really small and dainty or really, really big. Like, huge. I still haven't found a cocktail ring big enough. If you love big jewelery like me (and I suspect you do), you're probably a fan of over-sized pearls. And if you're a fan of over-sized pearls (which I suspect you are), you've probably already fallen in love with these necklaces. Only, those aren't pink pearls. They're gumballs! I spotted these over at One Charming Party. They're perfect for Valentine's Day, and the perfect V-day gift for your daughters or girlfriends. They're creative, cheap and impossible to mess up. So let's get started.