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Styling tips to make your Christmas decoration easy

Early this week, I shared some of my styling tips to decorate your home for Christmas at little cost using masking tapes. If you have children around to give you a hand, that’s even better! Mila loved doing the Christmas tree on the wall or making little flags to decorate cakes and pies…and then eating the pies afterwards! Today, I would like to show you what Frida from Trendenser did with black & white masking tapes to give you more ideas. From decorating tea lights (you can get cheap ones from Ikea) to jazzing up Christmas gifts, there is a huge amount of things you can do with masking tapes… If some of you have lovely images of your creative projects, by all means email them to me to leblog(at)bodieandfou(dot)com and I will post them here with a link to your site or blog if you have one {Thank you for leaving a comment. Reading them always makes me very happy} (C) Trendenser En début de semaine, je vous ai montré quelques unes de mes suggestions pour créer une décoration …

Little creative projects for the weekend

A couple of weeks ago, I posted this creative project to make an advent calendar out of bird clothes pegs. This weekend, you could make these pretty wings out of newspapers and a thin cardboard sheet (the one you get in your husband’s new shirts would be perfect).Alternatively, you can create this gorgeous garland out of washi masking tape. Have a great, inspiring weekend   via Pinterest

Happy thoughts for the weekend

MT masking tapes | Clip on light | Paris map print | Plexiglas picture frame | Hanging slate heart |  Mima Le Chat print | Rabbit lamp | What are you up to this weekend? Tonight, we are off to a dinner party at my friend’s place. Emma is Swedish, gorgeous, has three beautiful girls, a full time job and still manage to run on a weekly basis. Each time I see her, I feel inspired!Mila will stay there for a sleepover. I don’t know if it is a city thing, because I don’t remember having so many playdates and sleepovers when I was young, growing up in the countryside but I think it’s great for the girls to have so many playdates and sleepovers. It can only improve their social skills and independence.My brother is now back in London so on Saturday, we are going to do some photos together on Saturday. I’m very excited because our last shoot together was for the catalogue this Summer when we shot this workspace.And now that the …