This post is being written because today is my parents 32nd wedding anniversary! Two years ago we threw them a combined birthday and anniversary party where I was in charge of getting pictures from over the years. I had so many but at the time I didn’t have these frames. So for some months after the photos stayed just on poster board. I decided last year that for Christmas I was going to redo our hallways photo collage as part of my Mom’s Christmas present. I really wish I had a before pictures of the frames that were up from the late 80s/early 90s. I wish I had better photos than these iphone pictures but you’ll get the idea!
I got these collage frames and some more set of frames to hang and my sister and I gave the hallway a fresh coat of paint!
With my dad help to hang them all evenly we got them all hung up before Christmas! 😉
The three center frames read “We may not have it all together, but together we have it all”, “In time of test, family is best” and the center frame holds my parents birthday, their anniversary in red, and then their children’s birthdays.
I had more frames left over so I started another collage grouping going up the wall, that hopefully over the years will be added too.
Last week I helped my mom put together this beer cake for a friend’s surprise birthday so I thought it would be great to put together for my brother’s birthday with Half & Half Arnold Palmers!
Its very easy to make! You will need:
-30 can beverages (can be more or less depending on your cake sizes)
-ribbon and decorations
-circle cardboard cut outs
Put the first circle cardboard cut out down wherever you want the cake to be displayed. Not intended to travel. Then add the bottom layer of cans. Ours both had 14 on the bottom. Then place next smallest cardboard on top and add middle later of cans. Repeat with the top layer of cardboard and cans. Finish with ribbon around each layer to secure and curling ribbon throughout for decorations. Decorate the rest until you’re complete!
I spent what seemed like forever trying to find a jewelry holder for all my necklaces. Problem was they either were too expensive, didn’t have enough pegs to hold them or they wouldn’t have worked with my necklaces being so long.
Then I found this men’s tie/belt rack! It is perfect! I just screwed it into the wall and voila! No more tangled piled up necklaces and they don’t get lost anymore! For less than $8 it’s PERFECT!