making something pretty out of something ordinary.
Here are my next two
Recycled Christmas Projects
8. Book Page Holiday Banner
9. Monogram Book Page Place Cards
These are pages from a vintage french book,
that I just sent through the printer, cut and laced with jute. Banners are everywhere this holiday season but I have to say my favorite inspiration for this project came from Ella Claire. Kristen is super creative and writes a beautiful blog, you must check it out:).
I sent the same book pages through the printer & cut the detail in the bottom.
Hi friends! Happy Monday! Can you believe Christmas is just 20 days away? I am so excited to be partnering with Birch Lane on this post and finally revealing my holiday dining room. It is filled with creative decorating ideas & a few of my favorite recipes that will hopefully inspire you as you head into this magical and sometimes stressful season.
Hi friends! I am back with another holiday reveal!! I am beyond excited to have partnered with Home Goods as a part of the Farmhouse Holiday Series to bring you a simple and cozy space perfect for holiday entertaining.
What a fun idea! I love when inexpensive crafts can make such a beautiful impact!
Oh of course this is you 🙂 Just saw this over at Wow Us Wednesday and had to click over. Should have known you were behind all the prettiness!
LOVE your banner and place cards!! What a great idea.
Looks great–a wonderful, affordable idea!
So, so beautiful! Thanks for sharing your home! I love everything about it! You have great taste and style! I’m your newest follower. Merry Christmas!
Those look familiar! Of course, I love!
Everything is so pretty. I love the mason jars and the wreaths in your windows (a similar feel to my home:)
I’ve added myself to google and will receive you posts via email. Looking forward to following along.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Jen, your home is beautiful! I too came from a home with a tight budget. I am so thankful for that, because like you it made me more creative and resourceful! I Love your the banner and place cards!
I just discovered your blog. What a treat!! I am convinced that we are long lost sisters separated at birth…with much the same story and nearly identical style! Many Blessings to you this Christmas, and thank you for sharing your beautiful creations! -Melody
I love your blog Jen. Thank you for sharing. I copied your be bright banner. It makes me happy.
I love this, Jen! So simple but so pretty! And I love that you printed the letters on pages that have French text. I hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas!
Both ideas are lovely and they look so perfect in your beautiful dining room! As an avid reader, I love book related decor. Thanks for sharing!
Jessica @ A Humble Creation
Oh my! This post is truly amazing! So pretty to look at. I love these creations so much!
I love your resourcefulness, Jen. The handmade touches around your home are not only beautiful, but very special too.
Oh dear me!!! I so love the placecard idea! I also adore banners, and think the way you cut the bottom of the page makes it super cute! Thanks for the inspiration!!
I love your banner and all of your other beautiful decor. So, so gorgeous!! That window is amazing too. Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I will be featuring this tomorrow night. Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday season. Merry Christmas!
Eeeek! I LOVE this and I absolutely love everything about his post. You have such a beautiful home and amazing taste. Thank you for sharing it with us!
Love the banners and mini tree!
I’m very impressed! Love the idea, it’s simple, and your photography is gorgeous!
Jen your house is beautiful! I’m your newest follower….
Just wanted you to know you are on my Saturday favorites- have a happy holiday!
Do you mind sharing what font you used for your ‘wish’ banner? Love these 🙂
How do you make the letters so big??? I love this idea but can’t find an option for letters this large.
Thank you so much for always sharing your ideas with us!
YAY…I figured it out!!! I love this idea. Thank Q!
I have never printed on book pages before. I need to decorate our church for a Christmas dinner for less fortunate in our community. Would someone please show me where the tutorial is because I love this but am clueless. I would love to make this to greet the guests who will be enjoying what may be their only holiday dinner of the season. thank you so much
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