My husband and I are big coffee and tea drinkers. We have four kids, can you blame us? I also love to have friends come over with their kids, and enjoy sitting and chatting, and sipping on my coffee.
I guess I see my cup of coffee as a warm hug, an invite to much needed adult conversation, and most of the time my survival kit for a long day of parenting – It’s comforting.
Of course, coffee is not coffee without creamer. I’m more of the, “Can I have some coffee for my creamer, please?”
This DIY was inspired by Design star’s David Bromstad. He recently partnered with Coffee-mate and Target, making a splash with limited edition bottle designs inspired by coffee and Coffee-mate.
The new David Bromstad designed bottles (in French Vanilla and Hazelnut flavors) is available exclusively at Target stores nationwide.
Like I mentioned, I love having friends over. When they come over, I’m always ready with coffee, tea, and creamer at hand. And of course snacks for everyone.
Want to see what that tray looked liked BEFORE?
It was my $2 yard sale find over the summer!! I’m completely in-love with the vintage look right now, and so with a little chalkboard paint, sanding and wax, I turned this old tray into a gorgeous vintage-looking serving tray. Perfect for a David Bromstad designed Coffee-mate bottle.
Chalkboard paint can get pretty expensive from what I’ve seen. Believe it or not, it’s actually really simple to make on your own. It’s just 1 cup latex paint + 2 TB Plaster of Paris, that’s it!
We want to know how Coffee-mate inspires you and helps you make a splash in your day.
For more inspired fun, snap a photo of the newly designed bottles and share it on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #CMInspiresSweepsEntry for a chance to win a year’s worth of Coffee-mate, $500 Target GiftCards, and a signed print from David Bromstad!
To help you get started, we have this fun giveaway prize package to give to one of you! It includes 5 mini journals, a pack of colorful pens, a coffee poster and 2 full-value product coupons (a $45 total value).
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.