14 posts tagged eat drink chic
Start your new year on a sweet note (haha, see what I did there!?) with this candy bright calendar from Eat Drink Chic. Go on over and download your copy and enjoy a delicious new treat each month.
There’s nothing better on Chrissy day than popping a bonbon! Even better is making your own and adding little bits and pieces for family and friends - like lip balms, nail polishes, chocolates, whistles…anything small you can fit in this mini version! Also a great way to gift presents too…
First of all, I adore the styling of EDC - it’s always so fun and pretty (plus I really want those Eiffel Tower scissors!). Second of all, I’ve already printed out some of these kiss note cards to keep in my hand bag - perfect to write little notes on for those times when you don’t want to leave a post it!
As an admin girl, I love nothing more than making a chart. There’s something so nice about taking data and turning it into something pretty and informative. Yeah, I’m weird. If you’re as weird as me, download these free tags and add them to all your gifts and share your pie chart love with the world!
DIY Your Party!
I saw these DIY party ideas via Dotcoms For Moms and couldn’t wait to share them with you! Bright, colourful and easy to make, they’re sure to add fun to your party.
Free Bonbon Candy Favor Box | Eat Drink Chic
Who says bonbons are just for Christmas!? With these super adorable printable bonbons you can make them for any occasion. My niece absolutely loves bonbons - and the great thing about these is we can just slide it back together and she can ‘pop’ it over and over again!
Valentine Popcorn Invitation | Eat Drink Chic
I can’t remember if I featured this last Valentine’s day, but it’s so sweet that I figured some of you who have only just started following would love to see it! All of the paper pieces are free to download. Add a DVD of your favourite movie and maybe some of this Party Popcorn and you’ve got a fun Valentine’s Night in!
Lauren Moffat Fall 2011 | Eat Drink Chic
I am totally in love with Lauren Moffat’s Fall collection! Sigh. If only I was a size ten and had millions of dollars… uh, anyway, aren’t the colours gorgeous?! And the cuts and fabrics used have a distinctly vintage vibe with a modern edge. Can someone please buy me that blue dress?!
DIY & Downloadable Cards
Some of these I’ve featured before, some new - but either way they’re all awesome and easy as! Enjoy!
1. Mini Bunting Birthday Card - How About Orange
Nothing is sweeter than mini bunting, and this card can be made with your pretty scrap paper you can’t throw away (er, or is that just me?!) And bonus - this would suit ages 5 to er… 100.
2. Simple Notecard with Buttons - How About Orange
Another cute card from How About Orange, this time a combination of download (the base card with the stems) and DIY (the button flowers)
3. Beautiful DIY Kiragami Card - Curbly
When I was younger, I loved pop up cards. This is like the grown up version - who wouldn’t want to receive something as beautiful as this?!
4. Winning Words - Good Housekeeping
This is such a cool card, and so easy to customise for any occasion. Simply spell out your message on the Scrabble board, take a photo and print it off. You could say anything from ‘Happy Birthday’ or ‘Congratulations on beating me at Scrabble’. I think you’d need a few more tiles for that though.
5. Hello Card - Mmmcrafts
For those times when email won’t do, here’s a super cool card to send. I miss paper letters. Sigh.
6. Feather Business Card - Creature Comforts
I know this is meant to be for business cards, but wouldn’t this feather look gorgeous on a birthday card? Or any card for a fact!
7. Mini Greeting Card - Eat Drink Chic
Looking for a bit of French adorableness to give? Look no further! Eat Drink Chic is a fantastic illustrator, and this one comes with a free envelope too. Bonus!
Well I hoped you enjoyed this Card round up. I choose my very favourites, including ones I’ve either done myself or am hoping to do. The mini bunting card was a big winner!
Free Gift Tags | Eat Drink Chic
I’m slightly obsessed with anything French. And slightly obsessed with Eat Drink Chic! These are the sweetest little tags, and there are ones for ladies, men and babies so you’ve always got the perfect tag no matter who the present is for!
DIY Origami Heart Invitations | Eat Drink Chic
These might be the sweetest invitations I have ever seen! The thing about invitations is that you might absolutely love it, but in reality - they generally get stuck on the fridge or put on a mantle piece, then eventually get chucked in the bin or put away. If someone sent me this invitation, it would be hung up with all my other pretty things forever! I might try making these for my upcoming Mexican & Mini Golf birthday party…
The lovely Julira (http://julira.tumblr.com/) recently asked me what my favourite blogs are. So here is my list, of course it’s always being added to but these are ones I’ve been following for quite some time!
One Pretty Thing
Discovering this blog was like finding a hundred dollar note under the couch cushions. You wonder why it took so long to find it, and now you have it there is so much you want to do with it you don’t know where to start. Um, was that a terrible analogy?! Yes. But truly, it is amazing and updated every day, with everything from fashion, accessories and homewares crafts, themed posts around holidays, tips for bloggers, gift guides… the list goes on! If you plan on checking this site out, just let your loved ones know that they should bring food and drink to you ever few hours because you won’t be leaving the computer for a while!
If you’ve been following my blog for a while you will know how much I love designer knockoffs! That’s why I love Runway DIY, full of crafts inspired by Marc, Prada & Proenza. Everything is very high quality and cute! Get the designer look on a DIY budget - awesome.
DIY Life is like a life manual for the crafty, featuring not only crafty ideas for home but tips on things like how to clean ‘green’ and remove crayon from clothes. They also have DIY links where I discover even more blogs to fall in love with. Def. bookmark this one!
Eat Drink Chic
An amazing Australian blog, Eat Drink Chic is probably one you have already heard about but it’s so lovely I need to tell you just in case you haven’t! Amy is an amazing designer and I particularly love her free downloads such as the Ice Cream Party kit and the coffee cup sleeves.
Well that’s all I’ve got for now but I will share more later, especially as I think you’ll be tied up checking out the ones above for quite a while!
Tea Party Hues | Eat Drink Chic
I love everything about Eat Drink Chic, especially her DIYs, but I couldn’t resist not sharing this pretty collage with you. I just realised that pastels are my heaven, why have I not realised this til now?