Uncommon Designs http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com Creating Crafts and Home Decor Wed, 27 May 2015 02:00:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.2 Summer Tablescape Ideashttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/summer-tablescape-ideas/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/summer-tablescape-ideas/#respond Tue, 26 May 2015 09:00:18 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=15985 Summer and outdoor entertaining go hand and hand, don’t you think? The sounds of crickets and the warm breezes set a wonderful mood! Our family enjoys lazy evenings on the porch, after a family meal outdoors. Weekends are filled with friends and family, hanging out and having fun. Part of all of the fun, is setting an inviting summer table. It is a perfect way

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Summer and outdoor entertaining go hand and hand, don’t you think? The sounds of crickets and the warm breezes set a wonderful mood!

Our family enjoys lazy evenings on the porch, after a family meal outdoors. Weekends are filled with friends and family, hanging out and having fun. Part of all of the fun, is setting an inviting summer table. It is a perfect way to set the mood and celebrate this time of year. It also makes a simple family meal feel extra special and helps to spark some fun conversations with our kids.

Summer Tablescape Ideas perfect for entertaining by Uncommon Designs.

Whether it is a theme, occasion, or just simply beautiful, we are going to share some summer tablescape ideas for  inspiration and tips for you to set a summer table for entertaining! And it really is not as hard as you may think, you can even shop your house to create some fun themed ideas for the summer.

How to create a beach tablescape even if you are far away from the sand! via www.uncommondesignsonline.com

What says summer more than the beach and a coastal theme? This Summer Beach Tablescape is created using natural elements and a pop of color. Try mixing burlap, seashells, and wood elements to create this soothing look. The pop of turquoise in the Wooden Candlesticks, brings in an element of the ocean, right to your table.

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Red,white, and blue….summer classics! Whether it is Memorial Day or Fourth of July, these classic colors are a summer icon. Inexpensive bandanas in red and blue invite your guests in, and instantly add a laid back, casual feel to your table. This Summer Bandana Tablescape can go with anything from hamburgers to steak. Add a few pops of red flowers, and the table is complete.

Make an Easy and Elegant Floral Centerpiece out of Wine Bottles! Perfect for weddings, bridal showers, and parties! www.uncommondesignsonline.com #WeddingCenterpiece #OutdoorEntertaining

Sometimes, setting a summer table is all about simplicity. This outdoor picnic table is the perfect setting for a Wine Bottle Centerpiece. Mix shapes, heights, even colors to add interest. Place seasonal flowers { even from the grocery store } in each and on a rustic burlap runner. A perfect evening with friends under the stars.

Use fresh flowers from your garden to create a simple porch summer table!

Flowers…they scream summer, right? Small clippings from your garden can make the perfect table decor. This gorgeous Summer Table Setting incorporates elements from the garden, including little galvanized pails at each place setting. A perfect way to have a family dinner on the porch.

Setting a Summer Table can feel a bit overwhelming but relax…cause isn’t that what summer is about? Just use what inspires you to think about summer….flowers, colors, textures, and memories!

Enjoy!

Looking for a few summer recipes for the meal? We have some delish ones. Like these…

The best grilled corn recipe ever! www.uncommondesignsonline.com #grillingrecipes #corn #grilled

Perfect for summer meals, this Grilled Corn Recipe is sure to be a hit and take the heat of the cooktop outside!

honey barbecue chicken sandwiches

Don’t want to spend the summer  cooking all day? Yep, me neither! This recipe for Honey Barbecue Chicken is cooked in the good ole slow cooker!

Peach Cobbler Uncommon 2012

Want a dessert that your family and friends will request over and over? This simple recipe for Peach Cobbler is a family favorite in our home! Yummo!

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T-Shirt Refashionhttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/tshirt-refashion-pillowcase-top/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/tshirt-refashion-pillowcase-top/#comments Thu, 21 May 2015 10:50:00 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/2011/09/tshirt-refashion-pillowcase-top.html Hey Y’all? Has the heat of late spring hit your area yet? We are having a warm May even for the south. Whew! I have an oldie but goodie for you today. This T-Shirt Refashion I did for my sweet girl a few years ago is still a favorite of hers, so I thought this was a great time to share the tutorial with our new

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Hey Y’all? Has the heat of late spring hit your area yet? We are having a warm May even for the south. Whew! I have an oldie but goodie for you today. This T-Shirt Refashion I did for my sweet girl a few years ago is still a favorite of hers, so I thought this was a great time to share the tutorial with our new readers. What girl does not like a pillow case top created from a boys t-shirt?

Turn a plain t-shirt into an adorable pillow case top via Uncommon Designs.

Who has a few large t-shirts around their house? Go ahead sneak in the boys’ closets! This is a great way for you soccer, baseball, and football girls to lighten up those heavy shirts and still show your team spirit!

tshirt top refashion.

I originally made this pillowcase top for my daughter to cheer on her brother and his football team.  Approximately 15 minutes prior to needing to leave for the game, my then  “tween” daughter came to me wanting to make some changes to the only tshirt she had with his team on it…yes…I said 15 minutes!!

The tshirt is a typical boy’s  tshirt and it is really thick! So to say it doesn’t breathe well here in the heat is an understatement. So here is what I did…

I started with the plain tshirt…

tshirt top refashion.

Remember…I did this in 15 minutes, so these are after shots!

I cut the sleeves out by simply following the seam of the sleeve and angled in slightly at the top of the shoulder by about 1 1/2 inches.

tshirt top refashion.

Here is a closeup of the arm opening, {the beauty of knit is that I did not have to finish the opening} and remember it is a t-shirt….your sewing does not have to be perfect! 

tshirt top refashion.

I then simply cut straight across from shoulder to shoulder to remove the head opening…

I turned down the top about 1 inch on front and back and stitched each of them across…

Finally I threaded a piece of grosgrain ribbon through the front and back and tied it on one side…

{remember to heat seal the ribbon to keep it from fraying}

Here is the front…

Turn a t-shirt into an adorable pillowcase top via Uncommon Designs.

Here is the back…

Turn a t-shirt into an adorable pillowcase top via Uncommon Designs.

Loved how this turned out and she was trilled to be a bit more girly!

tshirt top refashion

Super Cute!! And so many moms asked how we did it so that they could whip one up for themselves and their girls too!

Looking for a way to add some team spirit in your hair too? These Cheer Spirit Ribbons would be perfect.

spirit ribbons hair bow tutorial
So what are you waiting on? Go ahead and cut up one of those tshirts and cheer your team on!

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5 Minute No Sew Fabric Table Runnerhttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/5-minute-no-sew-fabric-table-runner/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/5-minute-no-sew-fabric-table-runner/#comments Tue, 19 May 2015 09:00:54 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=22009 Sometimes you just need a quick and easy solution when it comes to entertaining.  I absolutely adore fabric table runners.  To me, they add instant glamour to any table.  In an ideal world, I would show off my sewing skills and make a few runners perfectly stitched for my perfect table.  However, I don’t live in one of those worlds… do you?  I can tell

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Sometimes you just need a quick and easy solution when it comes to entertaining.  I absolutely adore fabric table runners.  To me, they add instant glamour to any table.  In an ideal world, I would show off my sewing skills and make a few runners perfectly stitched for my perfect table.  However, I don’t live in one of those worlds… do you?  I can tell you that there is a shortcut… my 5 minute no sew fabric table runner!

Take the easy route for entertaining! Make your own fabric table runner in 5 minutes with no sewing required! by Uncommon Designs

Yep… that’s right… five minutes!  This tutorial is based on a 6 foot table and it is crazy easy! 

Take the easy route for entertaining! Make your own fabric table runner in 5 minutes with no sewing required! by Uncommon Designs

I purchased 2.5 yards of this gorgeous black and white striped fabric.  I love it and it will work for SO many occasions… Halloween anyone?  You want to cut the fabric in half right down the middle lengthwise.  This will give you enough fabric to make two of them!

Take the easy route for entertaining! Make your own fabric table runner in 5 minutes with no sewing required! by Uncommon Designs

Iron each side of the runner in about 2 inches.  Do the same to each end.

Take the easy route for entertaining! Make your own fabric table runner in 5 minutes with no sewing required! by Uncommon Designs

Now grab your secret weapon… clear packing tape!  I taped the entire bottom edges and then added more tape up the sides ever 18 inches or so.  Now you are done!  Go party!

Take the easy route for entertaining! Make your own fabric table runner in 5 minutes with no sewing required! by Uncommon Designs

Fabric tablerunners really add a touch of class to your decorated table.  They show that you thought out your decor and will really impress your party guests.  I think you will find that they can be rather affordable, to when you purchase fabric that is on sale.   I ended up paying less than $10 for two table runners… not bad!  I can still go back and hem them if I find the time, but they still look fabulous after the party, so we will see!

Take the easy route for entertaining! Make your own fabric table runner in 5 minutes with no sewing required! by Uncommon Designs

When planning a party, every second counts when you are putting everything together.  I very rarely have time to  break out the sewing machine. No worries with this handy tip!  What short cuts do you have for planning a party?  I’d love to hear!

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8 Summer Craft Ideas | Monday Fundayhttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/8-summer-craft-ideas-monday-funday/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/8-summer-craft-ideas-monday-funday/#comments Sun, 17 May 2015 23:00:06 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=21956 Happy Sunday guys! We hope that each of you are enjoying a fabulous May weekend, and thank you for taking time out to enjoy the Monday Funday link party! To get your mouths watering, we shared our best recipe for Pimiento Cheese last week! Seriously delish! We have a bit of news as well. This will be our last week as hostesses for Monday Funday.

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Happy Sunday guys! We hope that each of you are enjoying a fabulous May weekend, and thank you for taking time out to enjoy the Monday Funday link party!

To get your mouths watering, we shared our best recipe for Pimiento Cheese last week! Seriously delish!

The best pimiento cheese dip recipe from Uncommon Designs.

We have a bit of news as well. This will be our last week as hostesses for Monday Funday. We have some family things happening over the next few months, and our family time is precious, so we encourage each of you to continue supporting the incredible Monday Funday link party by linking up with one of our other awesome hostesses and tell them we sent you over!

Now on to this week’s party!

Welcome to the 8 blog Monday
Funday link party!

We are so excited you are here to join in
on the party fun. The Monday Funday party is a great place to find new
ideas and recipes to try. Link up once and get seen in 8 different
places! That’s right, 8 blogs at once. It’s a perfect way to showcase
your hard work and find some awesome new ideas to try. We invite you to
share you latest DIY projects, crafts, creativity, and recipes while you
are browsing through the party.

Your Monday Funday party hosts
are:

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Uncommon Designs | That’s What {Che} Said | Creatively Living |
Club Chica
Circle
| A Night Owl Blog
|
Becoming Martha | Wait
‘Til Your Father Gets Home
| A Cup Full of Sass

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This week’s features were
chosen by Pauline from Club Chica Circle.
Pauline Molinari Monday Funday Blogger

Hi everyone! It’s that time of year where
you may be feeling a little bit of summer fever. Kids are getting out of
school soon, and if you are like me you always have to have a handful of
boredom busting craft ideas ready to keep them happy and occupied.
Today’s roundup of features from last week’s party should help get in
the spirit for some summer crafting fun. Enjoy these 8 summer craft ideas!

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from top, left to right…

Milk Carton Bird FeederDIY Ombre Dyed Canvas Shoes

Homemade Gone Fishing GameStained Glass Art

Summer Tic Tac Toe

DIY
Tin Can Lanterns

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Thank you to each of you for sharing your
awesome creativity with us and all of our readers!

Now let’s see what y’all have been up
to this week!

A few things to remember:

  • Please link to a specific post on your blog. Please no
    Etsy shops or items you are selling. If you plan to pin the features,
    please click through to the tutorial and pin from the
    original source!
  • By linking up to Monday Funday you are giving the 8
    blogs, listed above, the right to feature one of your photos on all of
    our SM outlets and blogs.
  • Click on lots of links and leave some comment
    love
    on posts you adore! That puts the FUN in Monday
    Funday!
  • We love to pin your projects to our boards and to the
    MONDAY
    FUNDAY PINTEREST BOARD
    !

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The Best Pimiento Cheese Dip Recipehttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/the-best-pimiento-cheese-dip-recipe/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/the-best-pimiento-cheese-dip-recipe/#respond Thu, 14 May 2015 09:00:46 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=21853 Y’all know that I am all about keeping things simple in the kitchen.  This Southern pimiento cheese dip could not get any easier to make. You will find that is your perfect Summer companion for any cook out, covered dish, or outdoor picnic! It also is just perfect for tailgating of any type. Ingredients: 2 cups extra sharp cheddar cheese, grated 1/2 cup of mayonnaise

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Y’all know that I am all about keeping things simple in the kitchen.  This Southern pimiento cheese dip could not get any easier to make. You will find that is your perfect Summer companion for any cook out, covered dish, or outdoor picnic! It also is just perfect for tailgating of any type.

Easiest ever pimiento cheese recipe.  Make as a dip, sandwiches, or top hamburgers.  The perfect summer recipe!  www.uncommondesignsonline.com

Ingredients:

2 cups extra sharp cheddar cheese, grated

1/2 cup of mayonnaise

1 4 oz. jar of diced pimientos, drained

salt and pepper to taste

Easiest ever pimiento cheese recipe.  Make as a dip, sandwiches, or top hamburgers.  The perfect summer recipe!  www.uncommondesignsonline.com

Are you ready for the really tough instructions?  Add all of your ingredients to a bowl and mix it up!  Whew… that was a really tough one, right?  You can add a little more or less mayonnaise to get it to the consistency that your family likes most.  We have been cheering on our Clemson Tigers for years with this pimiento cheese, so I still make it the way my mom did growing up and grating  my own cheese. Totally not necessary, but it gets me in the game day mood!

tailgating dip recipe

The other thing I love about this dip is that you can bring along any type of crackers, pretzels, or chips and it goes perfectly with them all.  You can even make sandwiches or top a good burger with it.  The possibilities are endless!

Easiest ever pimiento cheese recipe.  Make as a dip, sandwiches, or top hamburgers.  The perfect summer recipe!  www.uncommondesignsonline.com

You may also want to check out our other delicious recipe… sausage and cheese cups!

Sausage and Cheese Cups Recipe: A super easy appetizer... great for a crowd! www.uncommondesignsonline.com #Sausage #Appetizer

 

The Best Pimiento Cheese Dip Recipe

The Best Pimiento Cheese Dip Recipe

Ingredients

  • 2 cups extra sharp cheddar cheese, grated
  • 1/2 cup of mayonnaise
  • 1 4 oz. jar of diced pimientos, drained
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  1. Add all of your ingredients to a bowl and mix it up!
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Make a Skirted Craft Tablehttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/make-a-skirted-craft-table/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/make-a-skirted-craft-table/#comments Tue, 12 May 2015 09:00:26 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=21745 It is no secret that I love DecoArt’s Americana Decor Chalky Finish paint.  It is one of my go-to craft supplies and today, with DecoArt, I am going to show you how I transformed an old kitchen table into a gorgeous raised and skirted craft table! This is a project that I have been putting off for ages.  I purchased my fabric over 18 months

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It is no secret that I love DecoArt’s Americana Decor Chalky Finish paint.  It is one of my go-to craft supplies and today, with DecoArt, I am going to show you how I transformed an old kitchen table into a gorgeous raised and skirted craft table!

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

This is a project that I have been putting off for ages.  I purchased my fabric over 18 months ago and have finally completed it.  It feels amazing!  The best part is that a ton of my craft supplies and junk that I’m positive I’ll never need has a spot of their very own that is covered.  Yep… a hidden place for all of my doo dads and odds and ends. So excited! It really was a cinch to make and I wonder why on earth it took me so long to do it!

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

This is what it looked like before I began.  The bones were great.  I had these nifty storage containers with doors that open from the front.  I also put the table on bed risers for extra height.  This was perfect for me and no more bending over… my back thanks me for it!  Now to get a skirt on that girl and give her a coat of paint!

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

Americana Decor’s Chalky Finish Paint in Carbon was perfect for this job.  If you have never used this paint before… try it out!  It only took me half of this small 8 oz bottle to finish my entire table.  Before you begin, clean the surface of your table really well and let it dry completely.

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

I started the painting process by painting the lip of the table.  I knew that some of this would be shown above the fabric, so I paid careful attention to paint all areas of the table side.  Now, you want to paint a coat on the table’s top surface.  Let it dry completely and add one more coat.  Sometimes it only takes one coat of paint, but this table required two coats.

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

Such a beautiful and velvety texture!  At this point you can add a varnish or wax to seal off the table.  I decided to use a wax for a beautiful matte sheen and soft texture.  Now we need to add the skirt.

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

I used a series of panels that went from the table’s lip to the bottom of the floor.  By using panels, I still have great access to anything I might need.  I used six in total.  To make the panels, I hemmed the top, bottom, and sides of the fabric.

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

I added the panels to the table with a staple gun.  I folded it in along the edge to make my own pleats.  It was so simple!

Make a raised and skirted craft table with Uncommon Designs.  Hide all of your junk and craft supplies with style!

Now everything is all hidden away behind these gorgeous fabric panels and my craft table finally matches my desk!

Craft Room Inspiration via www.uncommondesignsonline.com #CraftOrganization #CraftRoom

What would you paint with Chalky Finish paint?  Who know what I’ll get into next time! Visit the DecoArt Chalky Finish website for more chalk paint ideas and inspiration.

Craft Room Inspiration via www.uncommondesignsonline.com #CraftOrganization #CraftRoom

Find my complete craft room tour here! 

 

Now how would you like to show off your upcycled Deco Art Chalky Finish piece for a chance at some fabulous prizes? DecoArt is hosting an incredible contest all abourt second chances…

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Stop by DecoArt for full details on how to enter!

 

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12 Great Party Ideas | Monday Fundayhttp://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/12-great-party-ideas-monday-funday/ http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/12-great-party-ideas-monday-funday/#comments Sun, 10 May 2015 23:00:49 +0000 http://www.uncommondesignsonline.com/?p=21679 Hey Y’all! How many of you are knee deep in end of the school year craziness? Trish and I are running here and there. Around these parts, the school year ends at the beginning of June, so May is always super busy! We just need to stop and take deep breaths at times. So let us help you take a break and enjoy some crazy

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Hey Y’all! How many of you are knee deep in end of the school year craziness? Trish and I are running here and there. Around these parts, the school year ends at the beginning of June, so May is always super busy! We just need to stop and take deep breaths at times. So let us help you take a break and enjoy some crazy good Party Ideas from last week’s Monday Funday link party. Maybe a few fun ideas for end of the school year parties or even summer parties.

Do you have some special teachers to remember this year? Trish put together a collection of some of our absolute best ideas for Teacher Appreciation Gifts

Teacher Gift Ideas: Thrifty, Simple and Unique Ideas that every teacher will adore! www.uncommondesignsonline.com #TeacherGifts #TeacherAppreciation

You may even want a few for yourself….it will be our little secret…okay?

Now Let’s Party!!!

Welcome to the Monday Funday link party! We are thrilled to have you join the fun!

The Monday Funday Party is an 8 blog link party where you can share your latest projects and recipes and get them seen on all 8 blogs. That’s right…link up once and get seen in 8 different places. A perfect way to showcase your hard work and find some awesome new ideas to try.

Monday Funday 8 blog weekly link party at Uncommon Designs

Uncommon Designs | That’s What {Che} Said | Creatively Living | Club Chica Circle | A Night Owl Blog |Becoming Martha | Wait ‘Til Your Father Gets Home | A Cup Full of Sass

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This week’s features were chosen by Sarah from Becoming Martha.

Hi everyone! It’s my turn to choose the features this week, and since I’m still kinda in party mode (we just hosted my daughters Cheetah printed Elsa birthday party last week – check out my instagram for some sneak peeks and watch for that post coming up soon!) I decided to share some of the fabulous party ideas I have seen at Monday Funday lately! I am a total party addict, so I was thankful you were linking up your ideas just in time for me to feature them!

12 Great Party ideas to set a festive mood at your next party or event! From Monday Funday via Uncommon Designs.

DIY Drink Dispenser Stand / Paper Blossom Branches / Mini Solo Cup Party Lights
Sewn Circle Garland / Cupcake Liner Wreath / Avengers Party
Cowgirl Party / Tissue Paper Flower Favors / Birthday Message Board
Ping Pong Party Lights / Tissue Paper Flower Gift Wrap / Metallic Foil Gift Wrap

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How are those for fantastic? I am seriously making those ping pong lights for our next party – or even to put on my deck!

Now let’s see what y’all have been up to this week!

A few things to remember:

  • Please link to a specific post on your blog. Please no Etsy shops or items you are selling. If you plan to pin the features, please click through to the tutorial and pin from the original source!
  • By linking up to Monday Funday you are giving the 8 blogs, listed above, the right to feature one of your photos on all of our SM outlets and blogs.
  • Click on lots of links and leave some comment love on posts you adore! That puts the FUN in Monday Funday!
  • We love to pin your projects to our boards and to the MONDAY FUNDAY PINTEREST BOARD!



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