Monday, November 3, 2014

Girls night.

Once a year I get a chance to host a fun girls night (Bunco) with a group of 11 women who are the funnest neighbors and friends. We eat, play games and laugh until our stomachs hurt.  There's also prizes for everyone.  Here are some fun shots of the table settings....

We use three tables with four to a table. I used white table cloths purchase from target. The table runner is a DIY, basic kraft paper stamped with gold polka dots. The black and white place mats are from IKEA. The platesnapkins, and straws are from Target. The clear glasses with lids came from Kneaders (it's where I had the salad catered from), and the scalloped label on the glasses was something I had laying around. 

The centerpiece was a project I did for a West Creek Design segment on Studio 5 featured here. I bought the round wood slice from Hobby Lobby.  The cute scalloped cake stand is from World Market. The cushion the pumpkin is sitting on is another DIY using coffee filters. The pumpkin is from the dollar store, that I spray painted white and wrapped with a deconstructed small grapevine wreath.

Here are a few pictures of the prizes....

The small wreath with the felt flowers is actually from the $3 dollar section at Target.  The "blessed" pallet sign was made using the lid from a small ammo box found at Smith and Edwards.

The small pumpkin is the same as the pumpkins used for the table centerpieces.  The "Thankful" pallet sign was made using the lid from a small ammo box found at Smith and Edwards too.

The "grateful, thankful,and blessed" pallet sign is a West Creek Design original, and one of my favorite to make.

Fa*La*La*La*La pallet art is also a West Creek Design original and will be available to purchase in the next few weeks.

I loved finding the fonts to use for this Fall pallet art. This is also a West Creek Design original.

The "Fresh Baked Pies" sign is from World Market, and the baguette slice cutting board is from Target. This miniature pumpkins are from Hobby Lobby.

The ammo boxes are a West Creek Design original done for a Studio 5 segment found here.  They make perfect table center pieces or look amazing on your kitchen window sill.

It was such a wonderful night! I'm so thankful for great friends.

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