There's no better time than Valentine's Day to get creative with homemade gifts and goodies. What better way to show your love to your sweetie than getting down-and-dirty in the kitchen or craft room. If you need some inspiration for a
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'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.