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VALENTINE’S COCKTAIL :: THE PINK LADY

party favor gift back DIY | coco+kelley

In typical coco+kelley fashion, we can’t properly celebrate a “holiday” without a cocktail. Regardless of your relationship status or views on Valentine’s Day, I personally think it’s a great excuse to get together with friends and celebrate love. Not in the sappy, romantic sort of way… but in a fun, ‘I’m thankful you’re in my life – cheers […]

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DIY :: COPPER OFFICE WALL ORGANIZER

copper wall grid organizer DIY by cocokelley_7

Well guys it’s January, and that means it’s resolution time.  Time to start eating healthy, working out, and getting financially fit.  I don’t know about you, but that all sounds a little exhausting.  So better yet, let’s do something manageable and fun, like get organized with this DIY copper wall organizer.  It’s inexpensive, attractive, and easy […]

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DIY :: TASSEL + WOOD BEAD GARLAND

wood bead and tassel garland DIY via cocokelley_4

I will fully admit that I’m not much of a garland person. I tend not to decorate my walls by draping swaths of fabric, pennants, felted shapes, banners or the like. But recently, I’ve had a bit of a fascination with wood beads…  I’ve used them in my own decor, piled in bowls, and have seen them […]

8 responses on “DIY :: TASSEL + WOOD BEAD GARLAND

  1. franki

    Oh, for Pete’s sake…I just added jute tassels to my two floor lamps (course, started with burlap shades, etc. etc.) Great d.i.y. by YOU!! franki

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  2. Sarah

    This looks like one of those things that I would want to make, and I would make it, but then I’d have no idea where to put it. Maybe you could make some cool candy cane (red and white) wooden bead garland and use it on the Christmas tree? I’m actually liking that idea although I wonder if it would be too heavy.

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DIY :: MARBLE + WOOD CHEESE BOARD

marble + wood cheese board tray | DIY by coco+kelley

With Labor Day behind us and the weather getting cooler (at least here in Seattle) it finally feels like Fall. And I for one am beyond excited! Cozy sweaters, Sunday football, pumpkin beers, and so much good food! It’s Cathy here from the Grit and Polish, and I put together a quick tutorial for a […]

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  6. Erin

    This is so wonderful! I am trying to make some of these for Christmas gifts and am having a really hard time finding solid tongue and groove hardwood that is the same thickness as my marble tile. I am in the Seattle area- would you mind sharing where you found your wood? Thanks so much!

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  7. Chrissy

    Beautiful! Did you stain the wood or just use the conditioner? Wondering if you used more than just walnut for your varied colors…thanks!

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WINTER WREATH MAKING WORKSHOP

mckenzie powell wreath design class with coco kelley_1

If you’ve picked up the December issue of Real Simple, you may have seen a familiar name in there… (mine) referring to a little holiday tradition of foraging for items on winter hikes to add to our store bought wreath. Well, after spending a day with McKenzie Powell – a good friend of mine and […]

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  1. annette

    What a pretty workshop, I really love that space, and think fondly about our time there with you. Happy Christmas and all the best in the New Year, I hope our paths cross in 2015 xx

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  2. franki

    Beautiful wreaths…and…they “aren’t just for Christmas.” Looking at fresh green wreaths embellished with “what’s on hand” is so…right!! franki

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