DIY Flower Rings, Sales and Sangria!

 

 


Hey fancy friends! We are so excited to host a Sales & Sangria event at our studio! We will have tons of products up to 75% off for this sale! You do not want to miss this event. Grab your gal pals and come enjoy a sangria with us and snag some amazing deals.

We are giddy to have The Flower Bus join us for a free ring making workshop! Denise will walk you through the steps to make a fresh flower ring – how fun is that? You will also get a chance to see the behind the scenes of where all the magic happens in our studio.

Be sure to RSVP so we have enough flower ring supplies, swag and sangria! Our home studio is located in the Bethany neighborhood off of West Union. The address will be sent out on July 11th to anyone that has RSVP’d that they are attending.  RSVP on our facebook event or email us at hello@shopfancythat.com.  Hope to see you!

Cute DIY Easter Bunny

Easter is almost here!

We are pretty smitten with this cute Easter Bunny made with a honeycomb ball and paper!  Super simple! So make one or two of these super cute little honey bunnies (get it…honeycomb + bunny…honey bunny)!

Photo by Katie Hickenbottom Photography

These little cuties are so easy to make! Here’s what you will need:

Supplies

5″ Honeycomb ball

Card stock in 3 different colors (I used silver, pink and black)

Hot glue

Printable guide (print out on an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper)

Print out the guide on an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper, then cut out the shapes. Trace the cutouts onto your card stock. For the ears and eyes I traced just one and then folded the paper in half and cut. Hot glue the inner ear to the outer ear, then hot glue the completed ears onto the honeycomb ball. Make sure the string to hang the balls is at the top of the head.

For the eyelashes cut along each of the vertical lines to make fringe, then cut every other piece off. This is a little tricky, but it makes the lashes more noticeable. Hot glue the lashes to the ball.

Next cut out the nose and hot glue to the honeycomb ball. You can add whiskers, but I chose not to.

Place the little bunnies on your Easter table or outside at your Easter egg hunt.

There you have it! A fun and fast Easter craft. What kind of Easter crafts, besides dying eggs, do you do at home?

Hoppy trails!

Katie

Whimsy Chocolates Pop Up Shop

We are so excited to have Whimsy Chocolates at the shoppe this Saturday, April 15th from 11-12:30.  Their fresh hand dipped chocolates are made in small batches, guarantying the freshest and most natural taste possible. The chocolate is from the finest, richest Belgian chocolate and they strive to offer the most natural, delicious ingredients possible.  We can’t wait to have them sample their chocolates during our Easter event!  You will be able to purchase directly from Whimsy Chocolates as well – perfect for filling up those Easter baskets and dessert tables!

See you Saturday!

Lisa

 

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration Ideas

Do you have a leprechaun that plays tricks at your house?  We’ve got one that likes to turn our milk green, but he also leaves yummy treats so we can’t get too mad at him.

This St. Patrick’s Day surprise your littles with Lucky Leprechaun Potion.  We poured milk into one of our cute little milk jugs then added green food coloring and just a dash of mint extract (got to keep things interesting). Add a cute tag to it and voila!  Lucky Leprechaun Potion!

Photo credit:  Katie Hickenbottom Photography

I like to make a little treat to go with the potion – this year I’m making Lucky Charms Marshmallow Treats.  Brown Eyed Baker has a fab recipe and it’s so easy!  If you like rice crispy treats you’ll love these!

Looking for more ideas? Check out our St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest board!

Cheers!

Katie