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Wednesday, March, 3, 2010  |  DIY Projects

I am beyond excited today...stopping by is the oh-so-sweet and AMAZINGLY talented DIY expert, Laurie Cinotto of La La Laurie .....Laurie has designed the prettiest DIY for us....Linen Flowers....so cute and so girly!  You can use these blooms as a corsage to pin on dress or wear on your wrist.   You can attach them to a clip for your hair,  dress up a handbag, or pin to a sash on a dress.  Let's check out Laurie's DIY - Linen Flowers....Enjoy! 

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Wednesday, January, 6, 2010  |  DIY Projects

Hi Guys...it's DIY Wednesday.....our first DIY of 2010.....how exciting!!!  Our oh-so-talented and fabulous DIY expert, Laurie Cinotto of La La Laurie has designed the cutest DIY for us today....Bird Cafe Lanterns....I love them and I can't wait to share this project with you...so without further ado....here's Laurie....Enjoy!! 

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Wednesday, December, 16, 2009  |  DIY Projects

Laurie Cinotto of La La Laurie shares all the info on making the beautiful Winter Wedding Wreath...have fun everyone!! 

Materials:

Four birch branches of equal length (approximately 15 inches long) 
Fabric coated  wire
A few Bay Berry (or other type of berry) branches
Several sprigs of Juniper
One sheet of ivory or white felt
Five nails
Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Hammer
Floral clippers
Fine point marker

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Tuesday, November, 24, 2009  |  DIY Projects

Laurie shares all the info with us....have fun guys!!

What You'll Need:

8 - 10 small apples  (I used Granny Smiths)
Bailing wire
6 yards of ribbon or trim  (3 different styles) 
Wire Cutters
Scissors

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Wednesday, November, 11, 2009  |  DIY Projects

What You'll Need:


Thick, but malleable Aluminum Wire (I used Oasis brand 6 gauge Mega Wire
  

A spool of Green Floral Wire

A bag of Sphagnum Moss

A bunch of Privet Berry (available September - October ) (Seeded Eucalyptus would work too, and it's available year round.

Hen and Chick plants
 

Wire cutters

Floral clippers or floral knife

 
 Before You Get Started:  Moss is messy!  Cover your work surface with newsprint or butcher paper before you begin.

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Wednesday, October, 28, 2009  |  DIY Projects

Autumn offers an amazing abundance of color and texture.  Not just in flowers, but in foliages, seed pods, fruits and berries.  By using lots of these seasonal offerings,  you can create a very lush and colorful centerpiece without using a lot of flowers. Using less flowers, generally means you'll spend less money.    

Some of the products I used for the arrangement  was purchased at my local flower market.  I also was able to harvest many foliages from my own yard.   
 

Look around your yard and neighborhood.  Mother Nature has a lot to offer this time of year!  

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Wednesday, October, 14, 2009  |  DIY Projects

Check out Laurie Cinotto of La La Laurie's beautiful DIY Fall Tree project...."When I designed this project, I was thinking it would be an alternative to having framed wedding photos of the parents on display at a wedding. I just took it a few generations further!  It could be easily adapted for any season just by changing the leaf colors. "

Supplies:

An assortment of coordinating decorative paper (double sided)
Color copies of family wedding photos (two copies of each image)
A large branch in heavy vase....or a tree
Embroidery floss or string
Clear tape
Glue stick 
Scissors or X-acto knife
Leaf craft punch

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Wednesday, September, 23, 2009  |  DIY Projects

DIY contributor, Laurie Cinotto of La La Laurie, is here to share her fun and beautiful DIY - Wedding Cake Chandelier with us.......you are going to love this project and Laurie is simply AMAZING....now let's get started....Thanks SO much Laurie......Enjoy Everyone!

Supplies:

Satin acetate ribbon - 1" wide  (Satin acetate ribbon is available at most craft stores or florists. Generally, it's very inexpensive sold in a bolt of 100 yards.
3 metal craft rings  small, medium and large.   (I used 14", 9" and 5" in diameter)
A couple of colors of card stock
White fabric coated wire - 18" long (Available in the floral section of craft stores)  
Flower shaped craft punch  (Save on Crafts has an excellent craft punch selection, so does Martha Stewart Crafts)
Leaf shaped craft punch
Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Scissors
Wire cutters

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