It's probably pretty obvious that I love a good theme, so I had a lot of fun brainstorming ideas for the wedding anniversary gifts I put together for this post over on Oh Happy Day. I focused on paper (1 year), wood (5 years), and silver (25 years) but a lot of the traditional anniversary gifts would be pretty fun to do - four years is fruit and flowers, six years is candy ... so many possibilities!
Friday, 16 January 2015
I've made so many circus themed DIY projects now that it seems bizarre that I haven't actually hosted a circus party. If you're loving circus themed everything as much as I am, check out the full instructions for these place cards over on Oh Happy Day.
Tuesday, 13 January 2015
If you know me, you know that I'm addicted to wrapping paper. Allow me to introduce Gift Horse & Co, a gift wrapping subscription service started by Corinna vanGerwin. I've been a big fan of Corinna's work for a long time (a few years ago when I first saw one of her gift wrapping features in Canadian Living magazine I instantly thought "How do I get that job?!") so when she told me about her newest project I was excited to learn more.
Last month I received the Christmas box and was so happy to use the supplies to finish up my Christmas gift wrapping. Each box includes wrapping paper (of course) but also coordinating ribbons, tags, and accessories. One of my favourite things about the Christmas box is that I can reuse the leftover paper or supplies at any time of year because, depending on how you style them, they don't have to scream Christmas. That's big in my books!
I also loved that I could mix and match the supplies with my own collection. I had already wrapped one of my mom's gifts before I received my Gift Horse & Co box but finished wrapping her other two gifts with the new supplies. The first image shows all three gifts wrapped using a mix of my old and new supplies - I really like how they turned out.