Doble Ele

This week’s Crafter of the Week is also an artist previously featured in both fun and fair ivy surprise packages!

Doble Ele
Lingke, the crafter behind Doble Ele, has some absolutely adorable stuff featured on Etsy.  Check out some of our favorites (and make sure you scroll to the bottom for an exclusive discount code)!

Gifts of Nature
These are such a simple yet elegant way to decorate a windowsill, desktop, or vanity table.
These are made with little pieces of fabric!
One fair ivy package featured these adorable baggies, and hidden in them there was…yet another surprise!
Oh My Deer earrings
The adorable post earrings continue!
I would have flipped out with excitement if my presents from Santa has these on them!
Lingke has been kind enough to offer us an exclusive coupon to use in her shop, DobleEle on Etsy!  Be sure to enter FAIRIVYFANS in the coupon code box for 15% off!
Enjoy!

The Cutest Party Displays

Just a collection of some of our favorite party snack-food displays.
Love the use of succulents as decoration.  And check out those awesome vintage cake displays!
We bet this entire house is too cute for words!
Who doesn’t love an adorable flag banner?
How did they make those awesome swirly flower things in the back?  Folded paper ?
Have you had an awesome party like this recently?  Send us photos!

Cute, creative and inexpensive ways to gift wrap!

Sometimes the best gift wrapping is the type that results from not having any wrapping paper around!
Here is a collection of some easy and fun gift wrapping ideas!
Embellish some regular brown paper with anything you find lying around
the house—colored tape, strips of magazines or pages from old books
(if you can bear to destroy them)
Another cute way to embellish brown paper—go to your local craft store and pickup some little fake flowers!
Make a polka dot design with newspaper cutout circles!
This one is especially clever—take your used potato chip bags (yes, you heard me!),
rinse them out and use them inside out for some fancy silver wrapping paper!
Another cute way to use book pages.  A little handmade note card—such as this
white one with a simple heart stamp, adds some serious class.
These hearts are made out of paint sample cards—those free cards
you pick up from your local hardware store!