With the holidays just around the corner, we teamed up with a few of our favorite bloggers to Think Beyond the Frame this season. We sent each blogger our Studio Décor® festive ornament frames in a variety of shapes and colors and asked each blogger to dream up five creative ways to use the frames in unique ways this holiday season. Take a look at what they came up with, it’s sure to inspire you too!
Whipperberry came up with 5 beautiful ways to use the ornament frames. From napkin rings to gift tags and even a beautiful wreath. Click through to see more ideas!
Sugar Bee Crafts made stocking holders, place settings & more!
Craftaholics Anonymous spray painted the frames for a more modern look. Love it!
Eighteen 25 incorporated scrapbooking stickers, ribbon and little premade stockings for quick and easy gifts.
Lil’ Luna had some unique ideas too! Aren’t those photo gift tags precious? What a great way to give two gifts in one!
Skip on over to our Holiday Style DIY Pinterest board to see all of the ornament frame projects and more DIY inspiration. What are you making this season?
It’s almost party season! As the weather gets cooler and we want to gather and be around friends and family, decorations and activities are key. Check out these four easy party ideas using readymade frames from Studio Décor™!
Know where to go with this easy to create chalkboard sign. A pretty, painted open back frame serves two purposes, first to match the decorations of your party and second, to point the way! You can scatter a few about if you have different areas, like a kids area, big-screen section or nosh table to help your guests wander freely without making you the night’s concierge.
Need a way to get drinks to your guests quickly? An 11″x14″ Wall Frame makes an excellent serving tray. Just add some pretty paper behind the glass, make sure you glue in the back so it’s secure, and you’ve got the perfect serving surface. You can even place a few of these around your home, so guests know where they can set dripping glasses, instead of on your reclaimed, hand-stained barn door coffee table.
By framing your evening’s menu, and placing it on the sideboard as they walk into the dining area or even on the table will help your guests relax and enjoy dinner without wondering if there is any tuna surprise coming their way!
Adding little touches, like framed place cards for a dinner, is a nice gift your guest can take away after the party is over. Try your hand at calligraphy and write their names, or use a printer, either way your guests will love the little details!
Of course, it’s all the little details that count when you host a dinner party. Tell us your favorite tips and ideas for the perfect party!
Black and White has taken over the fashion world this fall. I was initially inspired by a bold B&W striped woman’s suit that I saw in a magazine; it instantly caught my eye.
October is a colorful month in which we typically associate with hues like candy apple green, pumpkin orange, and purple (think everyone’s favorite dinosaur). While these are staple Halloween colors, black and white is the thread throughout this oh-so-spooky month of Glitter and Ghouls.
Using a variety of Michael’s product, I have created projects that reflect the simple, stylish nature of this contrasting duo. From a rich velvet and lace wreath to a metal cuff wrapped in baker’s twine, this trend offers endless possibilities for your home, apparel, jewelry, holiday décor and more.
1. Striped Pumpkin
2. Ribbon Bow Shoes
3. Baker’s Twine Cuff
4. Color Blocked Clutch
5. Velvet & Lace Wreath
6. Silhouette Plaque
- Sara, Trend Expert