I hoard tissue paper. Not because I have to color coordinate my gift bags… okay… well, yes, I do have to do that. But more than that, I just love crafting with it! It is one of my go-to’s when planning decorations for a party. Cheap, endlessly usable, and I can find just the right color every time. So, don’t ever feel bad when you throw in
Guess what?! I was invited to write a blog post for Better, Homes, & Gardens! After I squealed from excitement, I got down to work. The BHG team and I decided to do a how-to for making an ombre cake (similar to the one seen in my Frostings book) AND give away 5 copies of the book! What a way to start the weekend! BHG
You might remember me writing about my trip this fall to the Hershey’s HQ where my favorite activity was making my own candy bar. It was so fun to create it myself! SO, I decided I wanted to recreate the fun with a way for everyone to make their own candy bars at home. The best part? The sky is totally the limit with these
You all know my love for washi tape so it’s no surprise I’ve now fallen in love with crafting of a different sort – duct tape! Oh yes, what you used to use for holding industrial type things together has now gone DESIGNER. We’re talking adorable crafts, holiday DIYs, + more. Thanks to Platypus Designer Duct Tape®, you can win 8 rolls of your choice to get crafting so be sure to enter below…
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!
For me and many others, my work family is as much a part of my life as my real family, but adding another 27 people to my Christmas list can get quite costly. Since I have been on a baking bonanza for the last 3 weeks I decided to put together some bite-size treats for my co-workers. Working with materials I already had on hand,