Privacy & DisclosureThis site accepts forms of payment in exchange for our opinion in the form of affiliate links and sponsored content. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. The materials I used for this project are small pieces of plywood, clothespins, clamp, painters tape, paint brush and black chalkboard paint.
When I pulled this purse out of the box, I think I laughed out loud.  After staring at this purse for a week or so, I got an inspiration. I painted the back of the chalkboard black.  If I’d used a jig saw instead of a band saw to cut this out, the edges would have been smoother. To cover the two holes, I used two of my grandmother’s clip earrings.  They were glued into place with E600. For the second trivet, I left the knobs in place and glued the four trivets together with wood glue before I painted them. My grandmother won national awards for her pressed flower pictures and I had to pull one apart to get flowers for the second trivet.  Flowers fade with time and the color of these blooms is long gone.
When they aren’t being used as trivets, I can use these as a table decoration.  I think my grandmother would be pleased if she knew that I was still enjoying her pressed flowers many years after she originally saved them.
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Fill the frame - this means that it is okay to crop in and not show an entire face or person.

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of celebrating a friend who is expecting a sweet baby girl! For the last diaper, I trimmed down the stem of one of my flowers so that it was slightly shorter than the width of the diaper and wrapped the diaper around it. Next I just put the diaper with the flower in the center, arranged the other rolled diapers around it, and secured everything together with another rubber band. I then put my second piece of ribbon slightly above the first, tying it in a bow, and I was done!
At the party, we just popped each one onto a little hexagon plate from the Target Dollar Spot, sprinkled some confetti around it, and we were good to go! I love these baby shower centerpieces because they are not only super simple, but they’re also cute AND double as a little gift for mom-to-be! Pssssstttt… In case you missed it, right now Ia€™m offering a FREE PDF to all of my newsletter subscribers with detailed screenshots and instructions on how to create your own adorable printables!A If you already subscribe to our newsletter, you should have received this information already, so check your email!
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This month I have found more great rustic and country style wedding items and this month’s roundup focuses on heart necklaces, floral hair accessories, wood wedding signs and map style guestbooks. The important thing to keep in mind is to choose something that works with the theme of your party.

If your party is outside, hang it from a clothesline, and just attach the top to a large wall if indoors.
I did a lot of the decorations for the shower, and you can bet I went absolutely crazy with the pink since I never get to do that around here! I wrapped my first piece of ribbon around the centerpiece, securing it in the back with a dot of hot glue. I’ve actually made a big diaper cake as a gift for a family member of mine and it was a lot of work but so much fun to do! I love that you can just switch out the flower and ribbon colors and it’ll perfectly match any shower theme! Someone made some of those tissue paper huge hanging flowers for one of my showers…they said they were super easy to make, and I keep them in baby’s room to this day! If at any time you're unsatisfied with your experience with us, you can cancel your subscription. I happened to save all the ribbon and decorations from it, so even though she passed away before my SIL (her daughter) gave birth, I was able to use those decorations to recreate the cake for my SIL’s shower.
As a sweet and simple solution to that problem, I came up with these diaper centerpieces that can be well used by the mama-to-be long after her shower is over. And I still had plenty of chalkboard paint leftover from a previous project (my Disney Countdown Mickey Chalkboard).
I love when I see brides & bridesmaids mix and match hair flowers, there is something just so country chic about it.

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