This one is kind of a downer, but it’s a question that, sadly, gets asked quite a bit. Should I bring a gift to a funeral or memorial service? What is the gift-giving etiquette for when you see or visit a family after a loved one has passed away? Here is all the memorial gift etiquette explained for funerals and memorial services. Continue reading
For a minimalist and eco-friendly take on a housewarming gift, try these Tulip Magnolia Branches! Fresh from the Pacific Coast, these elegant blossoms bloom with pure white flowers edged in pink. Certified sustainably grown.
This wood coaster set features coasters carved from three different types of woods in their natural colors, laser engraved into gorgeous flower shapes. The fall colors make these unique coasters ideal for Thanksgiving / harvest celebrations. Available from Leif.
What a pretty DIY wall art idea! Check out the tutorial from Lindsey Daniella Did It. An affordable and very cute flower art piece. The materials are:
Canvas: ~ $6
Aileen’s Craft glue: ~$2
Once you have the materials, and if you find a good deal on the canvas, you can make one of these for about $2. And don’t they just look great!!
Beautiful upcycled DIY project made from an old reclaimed piece of wood and a few Mason jars. Simply affix a few band fastener clamps to the board and fasten them around the top lip of a glass jar and you have created for yourself a simple and delightful addition to your wall decor, useful for decorating with flowers, garden vegetable and herb starters, or utensil storage.
Flowers for friends will always be a great gift idea, but to make your gift sparkle with love and homemade authenticity, try this DIY woodsy flower pot tutorial from NiniMakes. All it takes is an old tin can or other container, some burlap, twine, and a small collection of your preferred choice sticks (a.k.a., whatever you can find in the backyard).