While I’m soaking up some rays on my honeymoon, I’m so thrilled to have Maddy of Somewhere Splendid here today to share a tutorial for Gilded Confetti Notebooks! Her site is fabulous so I know you’ll want to check it out for even more inspiration (check out her party section!).
Hey there Pizzazzerie readers! I’m so excited to be here guest blogging while sweet Courtney is away on her honeymoon. Hope she is getting some much needed R+R with her new hubby! Allow me to introduce myself: My name is Jessica Bishop and I am the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride, a daily wedding blog sharing real weddings (with real budget breakdowns) as well as tips and tricks to throw a beautiful wedding on any budget!
Holiday decorating is one of my favorite times of the year, and I officially can decorate full force after Thanksgiving this Thursday! In the spirit of holiday decorating, I have some great (and quick!) holiday projects I wanted to share with you all. Using Plaid’s Martha Stewart Crafts products, I created three very easy projects that will dress up your dinner table in no time during the holidays!
Spice things up with festive fall wreath at your front door! I’ll admit that I usually only break out a wreath during Christmas season, but this year I wanted to jazz things up a little earlier. I’ve done the work for you, scouring the web for the cutest fall wreath ideas. Some are very simple DIYs and others take a bit more work – but they’re all very doable!
One of my favorite ways to add a special touch to parties is hanging either pom-poms, garlands, balloons, or paper lanterns from a chandelier or overhang. It instantly turns a simple party table into a roomful of color and pizzazz! These easy to make paper lanterns are perfect for displaying at birthday parties, holidays, and more! Coordinate your colors for your party. Hosting a baby
Hello Pizzazzerie readers! Thanks so much for having me! I’m ilene from Come on, ilene! and I’m flattered to be a guest today. I started my blog after my wedding as an outlet for all my creative energies and to document all the random projects I’m working on. Sites like Pizzazzerie have given me so many ideas! I’m honored to be guest posting today! The project I am