Before entertaining season is in full swing, be sure to gather a few entertaining must-have items to round out your collection. I like to add a couple new pieces every year. Last year I started collecting pieces that are marble and copper and I have loved using them each time I entertain. Here are a few recent marble and copper finds I plan on adding to my arsenal this season.
One of my favorite elements of entertaining is setting the table. I love to get creative and mix new colors and textures together. This year I am all about adding these copper chargers to the mix. I think they will work year-round and can’t wait to try them out.
The matching marble and copper wine chiller would look great sitting on any bar cart. This is something I definitely need (hint, hint Santa!). You could even gift a bottle of wine to really make a complete gift.
Speaking of wine, I am in love with my Winc wine club membership. The wine is super affordable and you can pick three bottles a month (try it out and get a free bottle on me). I like to stock up so that I am ready for any impromptu guests or celebrations.
This hammered copper barware set is a real statement gift. It’s handcrafted and will last a lifetime) that’s a lot of drink to be made!).
What do you think? Is marble and copper your thing? Which would you get first?
Sugar scrubs are all the rage, and for good reason. They smell divine and work wonders on your skin. But what about your lips? This DIY lip scrub recipe came to mind because my smackers needed a little extra attention as well.
This lip scrub is great if you have dry lips. Made with natural oils that smell great and is simple to make (I promise!). I made a few to have on hand and gave a few away as gifts (thanks to these perfect little lip balm jars I found). I made these using lavender essential oils but you can swap out your favorite scent. I think orange would be great to use in the morning. Sounds fresh! To use the lip scrub, apply a small amount to your lips and then rub around a bit. Rinse off the scrub with warm water and a wash cloth and then apply your favorite lip balm once your done. I like to use mine at night and it helps get lipstick off as well which is a bonus! (more…)
Truth is, sometimes we all need a little mood-booster in our day. If you’ve ever found yourself wishing for a timeout or reset button, this rose water spray is going to be your BFF. Think of it as a little refreshing pick-me-up. I never knew I loved a good face mist so much before.
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, this would make an easy and thoughtful gift for those hard-working mommas in your life. (Just be sure to make one to keep for yourself!)
I think the tag just makes this an adorable gift. Be sure to grab your free printable tags below!
I was inspired to figure out how to make this rose water spray after I had bought a small bottle at Anthropologie. I found my mood being instantly boosted each time I spritzed by face and took in a deep breath. But there little bottle was nearly $20 so I decided to make my own. (more…)
This simple project was inspired by a way to solve my own problem (protect my sunglasses when I throw them in my purse or beach bag) but turned into a pretty fun gift idea. Make these painted canvas bags and give them to your sunglass-wearing gals pals.