We’re back with our “Best Of” series, highlighting our favorite Holiday ideas from around the web. With Easter falling in March again this year we wanted to get a head start! Here’s some seriously amazing ideas we’ve spotted and pinned. Follow our boards here!
Brit Co.’s Fruit Series is incredible! Check all these ideas out. They map them out step by step here.
This series was created after the NYC Subway system, but we just love the graphic typography and pops of bright color! See how they did it here.
For those who love a good crisp line and can’t see to get it with tradition dyeing methods, this washi tape decorating is so genius!
Pantone Eggs – You know how much we love Pantone paint chips. (Remember our giant Pantone art here?) Such fresh and modern!
This one is arrogantly from our own archives, but our kids loved it and we loved displaying them! Never run out, re-do a million times, the favorite: Chalkboard Eggs.We love all these clever sayings for your eggs from Lovely Indeed! So cute!The Queen of the Emoji, Kelly of Studio DIY slayed this one!
Have you seen Amazon’s new feature Explore? Customize, curated, beautiful and modern collections for just about everything! While you browse lists you can “heart” your favorite products and then it will tailor the curations to fit you even better the next time you hop on! You’ll have to click over to see what we mean, its so pretty! No offense Amazon, but its very un-Amazon looking. Very minimal and pretty and all white just like we like it. Here are some of the lists we’ve been loving!
One thing evaded me decor-wise moving into our temporary rental was our glass front door. It has a giant pane and then terrible tan painted wood casing around it. To make a long story short in a row of the same types of doors it can be confusing which one is ours and so I’ve been trying to find something that fits my style and stands out amongst a sea of boxwood circle wreathed glass pane tan doors. Ya feel me? I freaking love Boxwood PS, I just needed something different to help our poor mail lady. 😉So how about a simple brass wreath with the option to add or take away seasonal foliage and floral? Done.
Here’s what you’ll do and a few links to other options I weighed before moving forward with this DIY.
1. Brass Tubing. You can buy this on eBay or Amazon but make sure you figure out your diameters. It is the actual width of the circle not the length of the circle if it was unrolled. Like I thought. Ahem. Anyway this is an 1/8th inch and knowing now I probably would’ve wanted 1/4th.
2. Using metal cutters I did one 1 foot piece and 2 2 foot pieces to get that elongated triangular shape. Once you cut the tube just take a hammer and hammer it back out so you can fit the fishing line through.
3. String the tubes onto a length of fishing line and then tie a knot tightly at the top.
4. Use extra line or a wreath hook and stick that baby up on the door or wall.
5.You’ll need to add your floral or foliage greens with either floral wire or that extra fishing wire (floral wire is way easier.) This is fresh lavender which smells and looks amazing but for my door I’ll be doing faux!
And of course we would never forget the boys! Since this is our speciality here’s our trie and true very favorites. And since we’re procrastinators of course these can be shipped Prime or Next Day if you’re a Zappos VIP! (Not one? Sign up for their Rewards Program or don’t quote us, but if you simply ask a rep they have given us VIP status before. No lie!)
Need a SUIT? We have tried lots of options and the suits we can vouch for are Jcrew’s Ludlow, Zara’s separates and our favorite suit sets for sure are from Appaman. Most are washable and the fit is so great!
Looking for great DEALS? $14.99 for a shirt + tie or bowtie // Jersey Blazer $9.99 // Chino Shorts $9.99 // We love Old Navy for button down shirts, and as they often do everything is 40% off right now so you can snag lots of great options for less than $10! We love to stock up on plain white ones especially. // Lots of great casual shoe options like this boat shoe for under $15.