DIY: Spring Wrapped Twigs

Apr 16, 2014

Today I am featuring one of our home decor DIY projects from the Gift Scout spring issue. This center piece is great way to decorate your table this weekend for Easter. It's quick and easy to do with just a few items. Enough chatting, let's get started!
 


SUPPLY LIST
found twigs or branches
embroidery thread assorted colors
hot glue
scissors


  

STEPS
1. Take your twigs and prearrange them to make you have the perfect ones.
2. Take your first twig and add a dab of hot glue.



 4. Add glue as you go up the length of the twig. Stop where you like.
5. Repeat with the other colors and remaining twigs.



 6. Arrange twigs in your favorite clear vase.



Gift Scout Spring

Apr 14, 2014

Our Spring issue of Gift Scout is ready for viewing. Jeanee and I have some fun gifts and DIY ideas that are so much fun. We gathered some special gifts for you and peeps! Take a look at our Spring Gift Scout and let us know what you think. Enjoy!


Spring Inspires

Apr 11, 2014

Last night I had the privilege to attend the Camp Spring Supper. It was refreshing to be surrounded by other creative people. Everyone was so happy to see one another. You could feel the good juju in the room. The location: Sun in My Belly in East Lake. It was decorated with string lights, gorgeous hanging florals, glowing tea lights in glass jars and handwritten signs. The food was a spring buffet that was simple and yummy.

The group that gathered last night are some of Atlanta's finest designers, prop stylists and photographers. It's always nice to hang with like minds. You can share ideas or find a new person to collaborate with. All things seem harmonious. A great kick start to my weekend.




Pop Talk: Lesley Graham

Apr 8, 2014

photos via Lesley Graham

Say hello to my friend Lesley, she's a true Georgia Peach. She wears many hats as wife, mom, blogger and stylist! I would describe Lesley as a modern Superwoman. She has that sweet southern charm that is so contagious.  I had the privilege of meeting Lesley through Annette Joseph for a project with West Elm. We meet up again earlier this year at Alt Summit in Salt Lake. I was so happy to see her there. She is such a great creative soul.

Lesley has a lovely design blog full of DIY projects for your home. She posts lots of yummy drinks, food and snacks for the whole family to enjoy. Her home decor DIY posts are beautiful. The projects are cool and the photos are styled so well. Lesley's blog is inspiring, so read it and don't forget to take notes for your next project. 

photos via Lesley Graham


 

Now it's time to have a little Pop Talk with Lesley


I'm most creative...
in the morning. I am NOT a nighttime person. My two little ones have me ready to kick up my heels after dark, so I have the most ideas when I'm fresh and sparkly. I also tend to have great ideas when I'm driving.

My creative style is...
part modern part bohemian.

The one thing people don't know about me is...
I'm an introvert. I love to talk to people and I'm super outgoing but being around a lot of people tends to take its toll on me. I need to retreat after a lot of socializing. Also, I would be a break dancer if I could have any talent.

_________inspires me.
Entrepreneurs. Especially female ones!
My life in 6 words 
God, Family, Design, Photos, Creativity, Coffee

My dream project is...
it might be because spring is around the corner but I would love to team up with a garden designer for a start to finish large scale garden.

What's your theme song when you walk into room?
Um, I love the idea of music playing when I walk in the room. It would have to be sung by Stevie Nicks, so I'm gonna go with Stand Back.

Do you say Soda or Pop? 
Neither! Everything is Coke.

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