Take out your tealights and add some sparkle to them.
You can create just about any theme you would like to by adding;
ribbons, glitter, beads, buttons to tealights.
I got out my collection of goodies and started having fun.
I used Aleene's Tacky Glue and a Glue Gun
to help place the embellishments on the tealights.
I love my new scissors I found on Etsy.
I saw them on Lynne's Dreams on 34th Street blog
and had to order some,
they look so pretty!
I did some with a French theme.
I had to make some glitter ones. Martha Stewart has all kinds of beautiful colors.
I used some beads from Michael's too!
They would look great for a birthday party.
How about a baby shower and use all kinds of fun buttons.
I ever did some Shabby Chic ones.
Notice the Laura Ashwell material.
You can use a lot of dime-store treasures
that will add to your centerpiece.
A sparkle look for any occasion!
Happy Thursday everyone!
Last weeks Simple & Sweet Favorites!
Go check out Fabby's Living's post Our 38th Anniversary Table!
Fabby sets the most beautiful tablescape for her 38th Anniversary. Everything looks gorgeous especially her dishes from Spain. Happy Anniversary!
Be sure to check out Fabby's blog!
Go check out Simply Vintagous… by Suzan's post If I Were a Carpenter!
Suzy paints some wood planks white and her husband John makes her a shabby chic bench from it. You'll love her story of how she got John to build it. So cute!
Be sure to check out Suzy's blog!
Go check out An Extraordinary Day's post Vintage Window Sings Spring!
Diane decorates a window with handmade paper birds and a music sheet banner. Perfect decoration for Spring!
Go check out Diane's blog!
Go check out Lynda Bergman/ Decorative Artisan's post Trompel'oeil Garage Doors To Look Like Old Barn Doors!
Lynda does a fantastic job painting her client's garage doors to look like old barn doors. She'll inspire you to pick up a paint brush!
Be sure to check out Lynda's blog!
Sheryl tells us all about her adopted state, Maine and how living conditions are in the winter. Her photos are amazing of the snow.
Be sure to check out Sheryl's blog!
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So exciting! Thank you very much for featuring my Anniversary table and the honor to be here, at your great party and next to such pretty features too! I just want to point out that the dishes were made at my hubby's past Ceramic Co. and I used to designed them. The tablecloth is Spanish. I'm saying just cause I'm proud of our dishes, lol! Big hugs and you've made my day and rest of the week too! Taking your feature button, now!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks SO much for the feature - it's such an honor to be included with the other incredible ladies!!!ReplyDelete
And many thanks for hosting another great party -
Big hugs of appreciation
Hi Jody and Stan, thank you for hosting. I love joining in. What a great idea with the sparkle and decorated tealights. Have a lovely week.ReplyDelete
Love your shabby chic tealights. Lovely features as well and thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
Have a nice day
What a great idea! I've looked at those tealights so many times and thought how bland they seem! Thanks for hosting another wonderful party!ReplyDelete
Hugs and Blessings,
Dear friends...thank you so much for blessing me with a feature on your lovely blog. I am humbled. May your day be Extraordinary! [hugs]ReplyDelete
These are wonderful! So clever! just bought a big discount bag of these- oh the possibilities!ReplyDelete
Tea-lite makeovers!! So sweet Jody... the one with crocheted flower is my fav'. LOVE your new scissors and as always, thanks much for hosting! xoReplyDelete
What a great idea, Jody. Have to round up some craft goodies and my glue and get working. Love this idea. xoReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting Jody and Stan, glad I could join in this week. I continue working way up north and have included some scenes from that area as well as some of my home garden too.ReplyDelete
Jody and Stan,ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for hosting!!
thank you for hosting / these are so pretty! :)ReplyDelete
Oh, I love your tealights! What a great idea! They look so pretty. Awesome features, too. Thank you so much for another awesome party. :)ReplyDelete
Those tealights are so pretty! Thanks for hosting ;)ReplyDelete
Your tea lights are just wonderful! Very clever idea! For the glitter...what kind of glue did you use? And did you just roll the metal container in glitter? I would love to make some of these for my daughter's wedding shower!ReplyDelete
Your tea lights are just delightful! A great idea, you could make ten to go with any table setting. Thanks for hosting again this week, LauraReplyDelete
Your tea lights are so sweet. I, especially, like the one with the tiny colorful beads. What a great idea for a special occasion.
You have selected some wonderful features. It will be a pleasure visiting their blogs this coming week.
Thanks for hosting. As always...It's a joy stopping by.
Your tea lights look so pretty! That would be a great idea for prom. Thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
Hi Jody, Thanks for a BEAUTIFUL PARTY! And thanks for all the work you do to prepare for us.ReplyDelete
Have a blessed and peaceful weekend!
Linda and Jeannie at The French Hens Nest
what a cute and easy project! Thanks for hosting and sharing!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for hosting and sharing your delightful ideas for tealights! Looks like a wonderful party!ReplyDelete
You have a lovely blog with great photography! I'm a new follower and participant in your link parry. Thanks so much!ReplyDelete
What a great idea to decorate tealights with glitter.ReplyDelete
Your link party seems to be fun, and I'll try to join in the future too.
Doesn't glitter just make everything better? Why yes, yes it does! Love the glittered and embellished tea lights - so much better than plain! Thanks for hosting. CatherineReplyDelete
What a great idea! They are all so very pretty. What a sweet and simple project. Best wishes to you for a wonderful weekend. TammyReplyDelete
Your tealights are so pretty, and what a fun project! I always hide those metal cups--I'm going to remember this!ReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend!
Laura from sundayview.blogspot.com
Those votives are completely adorable! I ordered those scissors too! :)Kindred spirits are we.ReplyDelete
I LOVE the tea lights! Don't you just love the scissors?!
We just returned from vacation. I need a fun craft project for the weekend! You have inspired me! Thank you for the sweet shout out! When I make my "tea's" I will shout back! withLove, of course!
Have a great week!
I love your tealights! and those scissors are to die for! How gorgeous!!!ReplyDelete
Lovely features, too. Thank you for your sweet comment on my step stool project.
Have a wonderful week! xox
Do you know the Etsy site for the scissors? My sister, who has EVERYTHING, is a total Paris junkie. She works frequently in Paris and "wows" me with amazing gifts she buys from all over the world. I think I could score points if I found her the scissors.ReplyDelete