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6.9.14

Eiffel Tower Cookie Icing Tutorial by Oh Sugar Events

These Eiffel Tower Cookies by Oh Sugar Events look really hard to recreate, but thankfully they've posted a tutorial on their site to show you just how easy it is!

EIFFEL TOWER COOKIE TUTORIAL BY OH SUGAR

Glitter Noisemakers and Lanterns by Two Delighted

What a fun New Years or Party Decor DIY project, courtesy of Two Delighted.  I mean let's face it, glitter makes everything that much better, right?

GLITTER NOISMAKERS BY TWO DELIGHTED

What you’ll need:
  • Craft paint- whatever colors you like
  • Plain noisemakers
  • Glitter
  • Glittering glue (you can probably also used Elmers)
  • Sequins (if you like)
  • Paintbrushes (we also used those paint sponge applicators)
  • Streamers (we used the loose kind that comes in a bag)
  • Glue gun
  • Please keep in mind that you can make your noisemakers look however you would like.  You certainly do not have to use all these things.

TURQUOISE CRAFTER'S PAINT BY CHARMIOS

What you’ll do:
  1. Brainstorm a design.  It is important that you do this first because it is much easier to apply glitter to any areas you want to be glittery first and foremost.  If you apply your glitter last, you are more likely to get it stuck to places with plain paint where you did not plan for it to be.  In the grand scheme of things, this is not such a terrible problem to have I suppose.  We definitely broke this rule ourselves.
  2. As previously stated, apply your glue and glitter first and then go about painting.  You may obviously choose any design you like.  We went with stripes and chevrons.
  3. Lastly, we used a glue gun to apply some sequins and streamers to the inside of the horn for some of the noisemakers.
EXTRA FINE SILVER GLITTER AT CHARMIOS
GLITTER LANTERS BY TWO DELIGHTED

20.8.14

DIY Apple Jar Tutorial by The 36th Avenue

These DIY Apple Mason Jars are perfect for Back To School or Teacher Appreciation Gifts. You can make them under 15 minutes and they are super cute for treats, courtesy of The 36th Avenue.

COURTESY OF THE 36TH AVENUE