Schoolhouse Electric is one of our favorite brands for home decor. Last week, they launched their spring line and it’s awesome. The new pieces are simple but beautifully designed and crafted. This season, they’re really passionate about helping people to slow down and enjoying the pleasure of each day. That theme, #slowdownwithschoolhouse, is totally visible in the photos from their catalog and through all the new items. We’re obsessed! Check out all their new items here.
This post is sponsored by Schoolhouse Electric.
This is a really fun photobooth prop DIY that is easy to do and you could use this technique to make 3-D people or dogs or whatever! HP sent over their new Sprout computer for us to try out and we’ve had a great time using it for a bunch of projects around the studio. The computer comes with an overhead camera that lets you scan 3D items and a touchmat where you can move and write things with your fingers. Plus, the screen is a touchscreen so you can use your fingers to navigate around the computer. It’s like a really easy photoshop replacement. We used it to scan in a bunch of fruits that we turned into today’s DIY. Click through to see all the details!
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We’ve been playing around with marbling (it’s addicting!) And today we are sharing a project on how to marbleize ribbons. Click through below for all the details! (PS – Marbleized party hats!)
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When I was a kid, I loved Candy Buttons (the dots that come on paper tape!) And for a polka dot party, they’d be the perfect accessory for a simple cake. To make this, just cover an already-frosted cake in Candy Buttons the color of your party theme. Done and done. (PS – Ever wonder how to perfectly frost a messy cake?)