I am a firm believer that holiday decor doesn't have to be over the top. I mean, if you love decorating for Easter with stuffed bunnies, bright green crinkle grass and plastic eggs, go for it! But it's also OK to have a more understated holiday style. That's why I crafted these felted rabbit place settings. They're festive and fun without screaming "Easter Bunny!" You could even keep these out on the table throughout the year, customizing the colors to match your table scape. They're really easy, too. To get started, you'll need sheets of craft store felt (two sheets for each rabbit), spray adhesive, scissors and either a sewing machine or a glue gun. Oh, and this felt rabbit template right here:Ready to go?
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 so sorry. It's all my fault. You'll be singing this all night. I hope you can forgive me. Not only because "Start Spreading the News" is a great song, but also because I come bearing some absolutely free printables for