Filed under: TEE Website
Yes, we haven’t been around for a while, but that’s because we have been working hard on changing our image because of the crash in early December. Yes, dear friends, we have officially changed our blog. CHECK IT out and PLEASE REMEMBER to change the address if you have us linked up on your site to:
Filed under: Cake
Thanks Mrs Carol at Sugar Buzz🙂 Your cakes ROCK!!!
And MERRY CHRISTMAS ladies and gents!!
Filed under: Uncategorized
Sorry we have been gone so long! Our computers crashed and we are rebuilding our website and building a new blog site that is going to be KILLER!! If you would like to be added to the new one, please let us know!! We would love to have some new friends.
Meanwhile, for those needing a good laugh, this will bring one to you🙂
HAPPY HOLIDAYS to EVERYONE🙂 MUAH … xoxo!! Mrs Designher
Filed under: Uncategorized
Sorry about the lack of posts lately. I have been in over my head swamped since my computer decided to crash. I promise that I will be back up and running with some fun things soon🙂 Thank you for your patience meanwhile. If you have any fun post suggestions, please send them now🙂
Filed under: Centerpieces and Decor
I came across this great little craft project on www.do-it-yourself-weddings.com that could really add a little sparkle to your next event. It looks like it could be quite the time consuming project, but would be a neat idea to use as candle holder for your centerpiece or use for your guests of honor at your head table.
For our pictured project, we used iridescent glass marbles and cardboard. We glued on a circle of black felt to the cardboard before gluing on the marbles.
Using the plates you’ll use as a guide, cut out a circle in the cardboard or cardstock about two inches larger than the plate. If you are using cardboard, you’ll need to either paint the cardboard (spray paint is faster) or cover it with fabric. Felt is a nice choice for all wine cork crafts because it doesn’t fray. If you are using colored cardstock, you don’t need to cover it as the base is already a nice quality and color
Place the flat glass marbles around the edge of the charger plate. Place them down without gluing them to make certain you have the spacing correct, then glue with a hot glue gun.
Let your glass marble plate chargers dry completely before using. Fortunately, hot glue dries and sets very quickly, so these can be used almost immediately. Have fun with this winter wedding idea craft project!
Before my wedding, I was in desperate need to find a scent that I loved, one that I had never used before, and one that none of my friends or family used. Why, you ask. Well, because I absolutely adore a good perfume and because I wanted something that would bring back good memories of my wedding day. Yes, it’s so very true that something as simple as a scent can trigger memories. Every time I walk into my closet and open up my perfume cabinet, I get a little wiff of Miss Dior Cheri and it takes me right back to one of the best days of my life.
What scent did you wear on your wedding day? What sents bring back good memories for you? I would love to hear some fun stories about smells (ok, dont tell me the gross ones!)