DIY: Glittered Pinecone Place Cards and a Holiday Tea Party

Ooh, today is going to be fun. We’re prepping to share our black and gold-meets-blush table top with our friends at Ravishing Radish catering for a lovely and festive open house tonight {we’ll be sharing Instagram shots} and visiting with friends over bubbly. ‘Tis the season. We hope you’ve been enjoying our festive holiday posts thus far — our favorite might have to be our Holiday Cranberry Spritzer…and today we’re also in the crafting and visiting spirit as Aleah and her mom prep for an afternoon of bubbly and hosting a craft afternoon in Aleah’s mom’s {seriously amazing} studio where crafting supplies, glitter, paint, Mason jars, and so much goodness will be up for grabs. Girls can craft away!Sounds like a most wonderful day!

If you’re looking to host a simple and sweet holiday afternoon with friends, think about a tea party. While we love a good cocktail and soiree, something is so comforting about sitting and visiting around sipping tea. Add in little details like our Glittered Pinecone Place Cards and…instant festive touches!

Elmer’s glue | glitter | pine cones | place cards {or gift tags}

…are you ready? Dab glue around the ends of the pine cones. Sprinkle with glitter. Too cute and a great projects for the kiddos, too!

Tea party tips: set out an assortment of bites like our sugared cranberries, candied walnuts and holiday cookies. Welcome each guest with a lovely patterned cup of tea and a woodland or Arctic figurine. Think about making the party an ornament swap or gift wrap making party {stamp Kraft paper with stamps or emboss with glitter}…..the possibilities are endless!

 DIY and Photos: Valley & Co.

Doesn’t a cozy wintry day with friends sipping tea sound wonderful?

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