Nov 08, 2013 | Post by: Meghan 2 Comments

Weekly {Web}spirations: 11.04.2013

Weekly {Web}spirations - 11.04.2013

{1} Take a litter nature walk, collect twigs along the way, and turn them into these adorable twig votives by Fruetcake!

{2} I heart glitter and I heart feathers. Put these two together to get this sparkly glitter feather garland by Sarah Heart’s.

{3} Don’t throw those corn husks away, turn them into a corn husk wreath! I love how  Design Improvised  turn corn husks into a gorgeous holiday decoration.

{4} Need to impress your dinner guests? If some make these gold dipped pear place cards   by Almost Makes Perfect and you will be the talk of your circle!

Happy Weekend!

2 Comments to Weekly {Web}spirations: 11.04.2013

  1. Sarah
    November 8, 2013 5:21 pm

    Thanks for including my feather garland in your round up! Happy weekend!

  2. Megan
    November 9, 2013 10:48 am

    These are all great ideas! I’ll definitely have to try them out. Thanks for sharing! :)

    xo Megan, LushtoBlush.com

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