Snacks on Display

Another Monday. So sad, we know, but we have a colorful post to brighten your day! Here is a super easy and cheap little craft for adorable snack holders for your next party, girls’ night, picnic in the park… or whenever the need for cut snacking strikes!

You’ll need: paper plates, decorative (or plain Scotch) tape, extra ribbons/strings- anything you want to decorate the container with), a ruler, scissors (regular and/or decorative), paper clips, and a pencil.



Step 1: Trim the edge of the plate with either regular or decorative scissors.


Step 2: Turn the plate upside down and draw this grid to create a square in the middle of the plate.



Step 3: Cut a slit in every other line around the square like this:



Step 4: Fold the sides up around the square, leaving it as the base of the box.



Step 5: Fold the excess part of each flap around to the next side and paper clip it like so:





Step 6: Tape the sides down, remove the paper clips, and decorate however you’d like. Fill with snacks and enjoy!



Here’s hoping this¬†week will actually feel like spring!

With Love and Frill,

Anna & Gina




Back to School in Style

On “Point”

Although our blog is focused on giving you ways to decorate/personalize your room, we want to also include ways to personalize simple, everyday items in order to add a little “frill” to your life. We thought enhancing some plain old pencils and notebooks would help get everyone back into the swing of things for spring semester!

Supplies you’ll need: wooden pencils, tissue paper, mod podge, brush, and scissors


1. Cut the tissue paper- make it the length of the pencil with a width of about 2 inches.


2. Apply mod podge to the pencil.


3. Start rolling the tissue paper onto the pencil and press down. Wrap the tissue paper around the pencil at least twice, while adding mod podge as you need it.




4. Add a top coat of mod podge for good measure.


Make a few with different patterns and you’ll have your own collection! You can complete this same process with the front of a notebook, applying mod podge as a base and as a top coat. Start your winter classes off in style!