DIY Vintage Headpieces

IT’S DAY 6! I don’t mean to shout, BUT IT’S DAY 6!!!!!! I hope you guys have had as much fun with the Wildwood Speakeasy New Year’s Eve party as we have. I know I’ve said this before, but seeing it all come together has been so exciting. This past week has been like Christmas every day. Each morning I race to my computer to see what Laura from Avery Street Design and Grace from The Big Reveal have written and created. Since we aren’t neighbors, we really don’t get to see the full post until it goes live. Just a couple texts of pictures to make sure we’re all on board. Each post has been so insanely beautiful, I can’t even stand it. These ladies are truly talented and working with them has been just dreamy. But alas, all good things must come to an end. For our grand finale, Grace is going to wrap things up with a tutorial on gorgeous DIY Vintage Headpieces.

DIY Vintage Headpiece

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ERMERGERD! Grace is killin’ it with these “vintage jewel” headpieces. Ya that’s in quotes because you won’t believe where she bought all the supplies! I’m going to keep it a secret and let her do the big reveal, since that’s her thang. Her and Laura might call me the graphic design wizard (ummm, yes, that is a thing), but I’m going to dub her the wizard of DIYs. These headpieces are seriously magical!

DIY Vintage Headpiece

Well done Grace m’lady. Well done. I’m clapping it up over here. So who’s going to throw this shindig? Anyone? Anyone? Seriously, you NEED to do this. You’ve got 19 days to pull this off. We did it in 6 so I know it’s completely doable. Ya it’s the holiday season which means everyone has their scramble on, but you’ve got this. We believe in you. And besides, we’re here to help because we like you. That’s just how we roll.

Even if you don’t throw the Wildwood Speakeasy New Year’s Eve party, I hope you try your hand at one of the projects. Be it a fancy cocktail, some delicious nuts or a gorgeous headband. Everything we’ve posted can really be woven into everyday life. Have a beautiful New Year’s Eve. Stay safe and have so much fun.

Monday   //   Vintage Inspired Floral Centerpiece

Tuesday   //   Poor Liza Cocktail

Wednesday   //   Mugshot Photobooth Backdrop with Free Printable Board

Thursday   //   Eats & Activites

Friday   //   Speakeasy New Year’s Eve Invites – Free Custom Design Download

Saturday   //   DIY Vintage Headpieces

I’ll be back here tonight to host our weekly Found & Foraged Link Up party at 8PM CT, but then I’m going to recoup and have a cocktail myself. Preferably the one over on This Silly Girl’s Life. Yep, that’s right, I’m guest blogging over there this morning as well! 8 blog posts in a week got me a bit worn out. After a short disco nap, you can make bet I’ll snap out of it, so you’ll see me Monday or Tuesday…haven’t quite decided as of yet. But I’ll be back soon, don’t you fret.

6 Comments

  1. Coco @ homeschoolapalooza December 13, 2014

    EEk! These are so adorable! I am sooo excited to throw this! Thank you Thank you Thank you for this awesome partay!!

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  2. Laurie December 13, 2014

    So spectacular! It may be a while, maybe years even:), before we will try to host a fun party like this what with our little kiddos here, but way fun idea and I would love to try it someday. Such a fashionably pleasing and graceful era to bring back! Great ideas and love love the head pieces! Fun fun fun! Thank you!!

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    • kyla December 15, 2014

      Oh I know Laurie! I’m in the same boat as you with a 4 year old and a 2 year old. But, it is getting more and more doable =)

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  3. Grace @ The Big Reveal December 15, 2014

    Between Laura calling me “captivating” and you calling me the “wizard of DIYs”, I am starting to get rather full of myself. My head is getting so big it is increasingly difficult to fit through doors… And, just for good measure, I’m going to make my husband refer to me “m’lady” from now on…

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    • kyla December 15, 2014

      Bahahaha! Awesome. Well, at least you have awesome hair to hide that swelling head, hee, hee!

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    • kyla December 15, 2014

      Ha! He is gonna love that one.

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