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DIY Chic Easter Art [gold foil edged bunny]

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I realize Easter is less than 5 days away, but I just had to share my quick DIY Easter art. It is a bit non-traditional in the sense that it isn’t done in pastels or springy colors. Well, there actually isn’t any color. I went with classic me and designed something simple in black, white and gold, very chic, hmm?! The only “pop” is the use of a bold, but small print polka dot and the subtle gold edge. I really love how it turned out!
DIY chic easter bunny art | gold foil easter bunny art | DIY easter decor || This is our BlissHere is what I did:

I started with the printable below. I found it here and then saved it as a jpeg to my computer. Next, I opened the image up and copy and pasted it into a word doc. I stretched out the edges to fill up the page since I knew I wanted to use it in an 8.5″ x 11″ frame.

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I saved the word doc to a flash drive and had 3 copies printed at a FedEx copy store. 1 to use as a stencil, 1 as the actual art print and the 3rd as a back-up in case I messed something up! I think I am investing in a toner printer when our current printer kicks it. I make waaaay too many trips to FedEx :). If you remember back to my first gold foil project, then you’ll note that you must use toner (instead of ink) in order for the foil to transfer to your paper after going through the laminator.

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 I cut along the inside edge of one of the bunny images to use as a stencil and trace on my black and white polka dot scrap book paper.

Bunny printable - trace onto paper - cut out to use as a stencil - Chic Easter art - black white and gold - polka dot gold foil - This is our Bliss I cut it out and set it aside.

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 Then I took another bunny, placed an 8.5″ x 11″ cut piece of gold foil on top of it and then slowly fed it through my laminator. (I am really getting some good use out of this guy!!) After it is completely through the machine, you can peel it off and are left with just the gold edge.

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My entry way table was instantly styled for Easter with a couple of quick DIY’s using all items I already had on hand! That is definitely the best type of project, for sure.

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If you don’t want to get prints made with toner or you don’t have a laminator, I think you could trace the outline of the bunny with the gold leaf paint pen for a very similar effect. If someone tries this method, please let me know how it turns out!

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I hope to have another post or 2 out before the weekend, but Happy early Easter anyways!

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Looking for Easter Table inspiration – check out my feminine & bold Spring Table!
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DIY Gold Detail Acrylic Tray

Vacation has been wonderful, but the idea of being home is sounding pretty great! Aside from the severe drop in temperature, I am looking forward to getting back – back to our own beds and our normal daily routine. This trip has definitely been a nice reset button for me and a little break from the winter blues. Today, we’ve already had our coffee, taken our morning walk and are heading off to the pool to swim and have lunch shortly. It doesn’t get much better than that 🙂

Speaking of being back in our own beds, last week I shared a glimpse of the room I am staying in at my parents’ house down here and how I made a few tweaks to the bedside area. Their set-up is great and I have actually had some excellent sleep, which is always an added bonus when you are away from home! Today, I am going to share a quick tutorial for the DIY gold detail acrylic tray I made to use as a catchall for my jewelry after taking it off at the end of the day. It was quick, easy and gold. Need I say more?!

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  Elmers Craft Bond Permanent Tape Runner
Gold leaf paint pen
Vellum scrapbook paper
scissors
ruler or measuring tape
Martha Stewart Decoupage gold trim

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clear acrylic frame

acrylic frame - DIY gold detail acrylic tray - This is our BlissInstructions:

1 – Start by cutting your paper to fit inside the acrylic frame. My frame was a 5″ x 7″ so I measured my paper, made a couple of pencil marks and then made the cuts.

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2 – Run 3 strips of the tape on the inside of the frame.
3 – press your paper down so it adheres to the bottom of the tray.
4 – Take the tape runner and make 3 – 4 little dabs on each side of the tray, spaced about an inch or so apart. I made the marks just big enough so it wouldn’t show above or below the gold trim once I wrapped it around the edge.

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6 – Take the gold leaf pain pen and run it along the top edge of the tray for a bit more gold detail. Once it is dry, you can put it right to use!
A few minute later, I set it on the bedside table and filled it with my gems! It is just the right size to hold a few bracelets, watch and my rings and not take up to much room on the nightstand.

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Please note!

If I were to make this tray again, I would probably look for another method for sticking the trim on… you can see the tape marks from the inside of the tray looking out and it isn’t quite holding the gold trim very well. It is meant to be decoupaged on, but I didn’t want to decoupage on the acrylic for fear of seeing brush strokes, etc. Next time, I will leave the trim off or experiment with other adhesives! lesson learned 🙂 I just might be making one of these for our master bedroom or our soon-to-be-revamped guestroom.

Once I return home, I hope to have my project posts [and a few progress ones, too] flowing. I am almost done with my ugly green chair, so the guestroom should be in full-swing makeover mode very soon!
Have a great Monday and please stop back again to see what I have been up to back in Illinois!

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Great Find + Quick Fix #2 [DIY hamper]

Hello! Since I have apparently been on a mini blogging hiatus, I am actually sitting here at my computer ready to roll again! I didn’t actually intend to be MIA for so long, but between a wonderful vacation in Cancun, my 30th birthday celebration last weekend and being sick the last few days, it turned into a couple weeks away from you all. My apologies!

Aside from not feeling so great this week, life really has been wonderful and I have been savoring each and every moment. From the beach & sun, on to celebrating with friends & family over my birthday / valentine’s day weekend. Full-on indulgence. I was even surprised with a short weekend getaway to downtown Chicago the night after we flew home from Mexico. Ted came home at lunch from work whisked me away for the night.  I was “told” we were just having dinner and drinks and relaxing away from the kids, but then was pleasantly surprised by our families and a couple friends when we walked into the restaurant. I thought my parents were at my house with the boys, so when I spotted them inside at a table waiting for us to walk-in, the first words out of my mouth were, “Who’s babysitting??!!?” They even had that covered, too 🙂 I was then surprised a second time at the bar after dinner. Such a fun (and late) night, topped off with breakfast and shopped in the city on Saturday afternoon. After heading back to snuggle my babies, we had a nice Valentine’s dinner at home with my parents and in-laws. It was quite the perfect mix of everything I love! I plan to share some highlight photos next week.

Ok, so enough about me and back to one of my latest projects. This project did make a sneak appearance in my linen closet reveal and I received quite a few inquiries about it. “Where did you get the gold laundry hamper?!”  Well, I made it! Sort of. I spotted the round gold metal piece on clearance at Homegoods awhile back and knew it needed to come home with me. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with it, but I bought it anyways. I am pretty good at that. The fact along that it was gold was enough for me, but the scalloped edges gave it a delicate, but bold look.

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It looks as if it originally was meant to be a side table. See the little suction cups for holding the glass?

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I could have made it into a table of my own, but I didn’t really need one anywhere in our house, so when I started thinking of adding a few gold touches in the linen closet, I thought this could make a perfect hamper for guest towels and sheets. All I would need to do is sew some sort of a bag insert and set it inside. So, off I went to the fabric store and picked up some basic white material. I believe it is a cotton blend of some sort and it was on sale for $2.99/yd. I didn’t follow any sort of pattern when making the cloth insert, so hang with me and try to follow along!

First, I did measurements around the base to see what cuts I needed to make in the fabric in order to sew the bag.

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Then, lay out your fabric. For the circular bottom, I used a piece of ribbon and a marker to trace my circle. Since it was approximately 18″ across, I taped the ribbon around the marker and then cut it off at 9″. Next I folded my fabric in half and then I simply placed the end of the ribbon on the crease of the fabric and pressed my finger down firmly on it to hold it in place. I pulled the marker out taught and then traced the semi-circle.

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Next I cut around the black line and opened it up so it was a full circle and set it aside.

The second piece of fabric would measure approximately 59.5″ x 25″. I took my circumference of 59″ + .5″ for seam allowance and 19″ height + 3″ for the fold + 1″ seam allowance (.5″ on top and .5″ on the bottom) + 2″ for slack at the bottom of the bag and made the cuts for the rectangle.

Then, I pinned my circle to the bottom edge of my rectangle and sewed around leaving a half inch seam. Then, where the 2 ends of the rectangle met, I pinned and  sewed up the side of the bag leaving a half inch seam again. Next, I folded the top, unfinished edge over 4″ and stuck a few pins in to hold the fold. After that I turned over that same raw edge 1/4″ and then another 1/4″, pinned and sewed all the way around. That part would be the section that pulls over the edge of the metal frame.

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Finally, I flipped the bag right-side out to place inside the frame.

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What do you think? Laundry hampers and linen closets deserve to be glammed up every now and then!

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Here are a few other gold touches in the closet. I just can’t get enough.

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Linen Closet Makeover Reveal

I have to say, what a difference a little decluttering, paint (+ DIY accent wall w/ wrapping paper) and organization can make in an itty bitty space. Small, tucked away areas of our home, like closets & drawers, tend to take a hit when we are running around preparing for company or just doing a general tidying session. Our linen closet was no exception. It is upstairs on the 2nd floor so it luckily doesn’t receive the brunt of the chaos like a few spots on the main floor do. I swear I am going to tackle those guys next! In an effort to clear out the clutter at the beginning of the year, I decided to start with this particular closet since it is the one that our overnight guests utilize and really should be kept in good shape for their sake 🙂 Continue reading

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Last Minute NYE Party Drink Sticks!

Hi all and Happy New Year’s Eve! I hope everyone has had a wonderful time with family and friends over these last several days! I have been on a bit of a blog hiatus, but thought I would pop in quick to share a really quick and easy DIY! I used cocktail stirrers that I found in my pantry and some glittery sequin foam balls that are classified as Christmas “fillers”, and upgraded the stirrers into fun party sticks with lots of sparkle!! I picked up a pack of these foam balls at Michaels when all Christmas décor was 70% and thought I would save them until next year….until I thought of popping them on the end of drink stirrers and sticking them in a cocktail glass for NYE! You probably have everything set if you are hosting tonight, but if you are having a New Year’s Day get-together, whip these up for tomorrow! You could really take your cocktail stirrers up a notch for any holiday or party in general 🙂

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Just push them on one end of the stirrer.

DIY New Year's Eve Party Drink SticksAdd them to your champagne glass or any other cocktail glass!

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Super easy and gold and blingy…just my what I always aim for! Heading back to the kitchen now to finish up my cheesy crab dip and wonton chips and then coating my chocolate chip cookie dough truffles (basically cookie dough balls on a stick – YUM!) I wish you a very, very Happy New Year! Have fun and be safe tonight whatever your plans may be! After I am back in the swing of things around the house, I will be back to posting with some great new ideas and projects for 2015. I hope you will come back to check them all out!

Thanks for stopping by!

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DIY Gold Foil Art

Hi! Hello!  Welcome back. if you’ve been here before and if you are just now stopping over to This is our Bliss, thanks so much for doing so! I am back today with a little DIY project that is quick, easy and adds just the right amount of #blingbling to your holiday décor! Has anyone else been eyeing all of the gorgeous gold foil art out there lately?! I keep seeing really cool pieces at places like Homegoods, Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Target and online at sites such as minted.com. Gold foil definitely seems to be the latest craze and I just love the sparkle and glam. So, while zipping through my Pinterest feed the other day, I saw this awesome gold foil art tutorial and decided I wamted to give it a try. I had the laminator and white cardstock already, so all I needed to buy was a roll of heat transfer gold foil which I picked up at Michaels. I followed Jen’s instructions (except for one little part 🙂 ) and here is how it evolved!

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IMG_7310I created my image in Picmonkey using a few different text boxes and fonts and then printed it out. You can just as easily create your holiday word art using Microsoft Word. *After running this piece through the entire process, I realized the gold foil didn’t adhere, so had to have it printed at FedEx since they use toner and not ink. I brought the printout home and then started again! Whoops! Lesson learned. The instructions I followed were clear as day, but for some reason I thought my printer used toner :/

laminatorI plugged in my laminator and let it warm up. When the blue ready light turned on, I began prepping my foil. By prepping, I mean I laid my cut piece on the cardstock and ran it through! Super easy.

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It came out in about 10 seconds.

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I let it sit for a bit, although you don’t have to. I actually did a few things around the house and then came back later that night and finished up sitting by the tree.

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After it goes through the laminator, you can sort of see the text through the foil.

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I nervously peeled it away (for the 2nd time) and thankfully IT WORKED!!

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I was so excited! It was a little splotchy, but decided once I put it behind glass in the frame, it wouldn’t be that noticeable. I loved it anyways – imperfections and all!

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So, after flipping back through the tutorial I linked to up above, another one of Jen’s readers asked about the foil she used, since the reader said her Michaels foil was splotchy too. I visited the source for Jen’s foil and ordered some for future projects! It just so happens, you can get 1 yard for $3.50… I paid a whopping $4 for 1 foot before…whomp whomp.

What do you think?! Something you want to try? If you are not a regular DIY’er, don’t be intimidated by the laminator. It was a great $35 investment and can be used for a ton of things! You’ll see 🙂

Now onto finishing up my Christmas cards and listening to Christmas music while the boys are napping. #ohhappyday
Thank you for reading and I hope to have you back again soon! A few more holiday posts are underway and you don’t want to miss them!

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Thanksgiving Tablescape | Black + White + Gold + Natural Elements

Hello out there! I hope all is well and am so glad you have joined me here! Today, I am sharing my take on a Modern Thanksgiving Tablescape. I decided to decorate our table using a black, white & gold color scheme which is sort of my thing around here, in case you didn’t already know! I love to decorate with neutral colors — shades of black, brown, gray and white with a little glitz and sparkle on the side 🙂 One of these days I will get a few photos posted of some of our adult & family spaces instead of just the kids’ places!

I am posting the photos today and then will be back again this week with the “How To” details, as well as the DIY tutorials for a few pieces I incorporated into the table décor. I hope you find some Turkey Day table inspiration for yourself!

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I would love to hear what you think!

Please come back again soon to see the DIY deets and sources for everything pictured above. Thanks so much for reading — I sincerely appreciate each and every one of you!

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DIY Black & Gold Pumpkins {w/ Dollar Store Thumb Tacks}

Hi there! I am back after an awesome family weekend – full of all the fall goodies! Pumpkin patches, a local fall festival, decorating the front porch, hot soup in the crockpot and lots of snuggle time on the couch with cozy blankets catching up on the new seasons of our favorite shows.  It was perfect!  I am hoping we get more of that in next weekend too 🙂

Last week I shared a few fall decorations around our house and am finding myself surprised at how I am slowly getting more and more into decorating for fall & Halloween!  I’ll be sharing details on the front porch later this week and today, I am sharing a super easy & inexpensive DIY project – Black & Gold Thumb Tack Pumpkins! I picked up 3 glittery black styrofoam pumpkins from the $1 bins at Target awhile back and in the midst of some purging & organizing over the weekend (I forgot to mention, I did lots of this too) I found them!  After I made this happy little discovery, I remembered I bought some gold thumb tacks at the Dollar Tree a loooong time ago with hopes of taking on a different project.  Well, that never happened, so I had a brand new pack of 300 shiny gold thumb tacks ready to be put to good use… in my little pumpkins!  Total project cost was $4…score.

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I won’t share the step-by-step instructions, because there wasn’t all that much to it.  I took a handful of tacks and pushed them in to the pumpkin creating my design as I went. I made 3 designs: an arrow / chevron pattern, a straight line one and then a monogram one with large “B” in the center & then a small T, R, H & S along the sides for each of our initials.  I didn’t have a plan in mind, initially, but these are what I came out with…

Have a look…

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For such an effortless project, I am more than happy with these blingy little things.  I actually might have to make some more! Have you hopped on the thumb tack or nail head pumpkin train? What about painting pumpkins – given it a shot? I think I see spray painted pumpkins in our future!

Hope to have you back here with me again soon.

THANK YOU!

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Playroom Gallery Wall >>> Bold & Gold

Hello, all! Welcome back to This is our Bliss on this lovely Tuesday evening!  If this is your first time here, thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you’ll come back and visit again. As most of you know, I have been working project-by-project on our playroom and have one of the projects finished and ready to share!  The next couple of projects are very close to completion and the reveal is not too far out either 🙂

Take a look at the newest decorated wall in our house!

{I will be sharing the sources at the bottom of the post.}

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Ticket stub poster & frame {IKEA – no longer available} | small gray frame | small black frame | Gold frames {Goodwill} | Brave canvas {local boutique} | Watercolor art {Waterlogue app – follow-up post to come} | black sunburst mirror {Homegoods} | small car prints {similar here} | Blue “S” & “H” | Play More & Enjoy the Ride art {DIY} | “fun” arrow {DIY project}

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Are you a fan of the “gallery wall”?  Do you have a wall that you can see yourself creating one on?  Please leave your thoughts & feedback – I would love to hear it!

More updates coming soon! Goodnight 🙂

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