It’s time to start sprinkling in some holiday DIYs and I can’t think of a better way to start than this! I’m a pretty big proponent of never showing up to a party empty handed, so when Charming Charlie asked me to come up with a creative hostess gift, I was happy to think outside of my usual baked-good box! The holidays are often all about cocktail parties, and I couldn’t think of a better wait to thank a hostess than with some blingy cocktail rings. Not your average gift, but one you know she wouldn’t turn down!
I took it up one more notch by adding a manicure tutorial to show ’em off. I brought in Alex of Beautilitarian to help out with the tutorial, and she came up with a modern Christmas tree nail idea that is subtle but perfect for the holidays! You can download + print the tutorial printable below + package it up with some bling. BAM! You just won the hostess gift game.
And in case you need something for yourself for that holiday party, I threw in a little necklace eye candy up there for ya too. Gorgeous, right!? Now back to the mani…
CLICK HERE to download the manicure tutorial.
To Make the Hostess Gift:
Print and cut out the tutorial graphic. Fold (accordion style) on the lines indicated in the printable. Package up a few jewels of your choice (see the bottom of the post for links to the ones seen here!) in a box and tie the tutorial on top! Party time!
Below are the links for all the jewelry seen here!
On me: Jazzy Belle Cocktail Ring / Lucky Seven Ring Set / Midi & You Ring Set / Color Pop Shine Ring / Jewel Jackpot Ring Set / Crystal Dear Ring / Stay Sleek Bangle Set / Spotlight Shimmer Bracelet / Petal to the Metal Necklace
In the Post: Baguette Lineup Ring / All of the Above Ring Set / Fruit of the Islands Ring / Eternal Geo Ring Set / Cabochon Star Necklace / Sun Maven Statement Necklace / Shiny Flamingo Necklace / Single Strand Pearl Necklace
Now, let’s get this holiday party circuit started!!!
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