yes. you heard me correctly. i had a pinterest party. and it was awesome.
a few weeks ago, i invited a group of fantastically creative women over to my humble abode for a party filled with pine cones, cereal boxes, feathers, acorns, and the like.
the blog post above, broken into 3 parts, has a thorough tutorial on each tree she made, which made our tree making that much easier! all the girls came with boxes of paint, glue guns, and decorative possibilities, making hosting as easy as the apple cider in the crock pot (although, i must say, my go-to-easy crock pot cider didn’t heat up as quickly as i’d hoped, making it not as successful, although it was still easy … ha).
anyway, a glittery, gluey mess was certainly made across the table while our shimmery masterpieces came to fruition. it was a blast, to say the least! although, i did appear to be the glue-gun-rookie, with more burns than i care to admit. nonetheless, those burns were worth the time visiting with some friends …
My favorite tree is the music sheet tree … i printed out some copies of “away in a manger” (a personal fave) and cut it into larger strips than the blogger mentioned above used … I then used a glue stick and a few sprinkles of gold glitter on the tips of a few “limbs”. it’s simple and sweet, in my glitter-loving-opinion.
to top off my christmas tree corner, i love the glow from my diy-mercury-glass-mason-jars. the candlelight makes everything more beautiful. don’t you think?
the trees were a breeze to make, although i’m already wondering how i’ll pack them away for the 11 months of the year that they weren’t made for … i’m sure i’ll find a way. right?
have any of your pins come to life recently?