Finally finished rip-roaring through E. L. James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” and all her subsequent sequels, or perhaps you just need a little breather? Celebrate your new favorite by creating cupcake toppers, home decor signage or even whip-inspired embroidery. Not ready to go public with your hidden crush? We've found a book cover that celebrates the book while keeping your reading life private, Christian and Ana-style.
"Vanilla" launches Ann and Christian’s “relationship,” and to celebrate, we're craving this vanilla-inspired ice cream craft, a lavish treat for snacking in bed. To avoid vanilla's reputation for bland, use a vanilla bean as rich as Christian Grey's bank account.
Grab the free vanilla ice cream recipe as well as love-it, hate-it review of “Fifty Shades of Grey” from doughmesstic.
Not out of the Christian Grey closet? Consider this free printable, which hides the infamous novel behind a false book cover while also subtly alluding to "Fifty Shades of Grey" with titles like “The New Guide to Contract Negotiations: 50 Unique Actions to Increase Results” by C. Grey and "Daily Spiritual Devotions: A Woman's Guide to Rejuvenating the Inner Goddess" by Anastasia Steele.
Paper and Ink has the free printable for this “Fifty Shades of Grey” craft.
A set of cupcake toppers provides naughty reminders of the book’s even naughtier plot. From ties and masks to quotes of whispered endearments, these “Fifty Shades of Grey” crafts are recommended for cakes with red or, of course, gray frosting.
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Christian Grey’s signature send-off gets celebrated with this wooden placard. A fraying fabric flower dips at the edge of the door decor while gray paint and letters as slanted as this book’s reality complete the look.
Go to Eventually Cottage to learn more about this “Fifty Shades of Grey” craft.
Using leather and chains, this “Fifty Shades of Grey” necklace offers a cheeky wink at the book without sacrificing an ounce of style (or secrecy). This easy jewelry uses only a few ingredients and was actually the main event at a sangria-inspired party.
Little Pink Monster shares more about this “Fifty Shades of Grey” craft.
Use book pages to make an interesting pin. Sub a tie image for the heart, or perhaps even a mask or favorite quote, the racier the better.
Made as party favors for a “Fifty Shades of Grey” book party, these tie cookies feature gray frosting and edible pearl beads for a sinfully sweet take-home gift. But don’t stop at ties! Consider masks or even book silhouettes as alternatives in this unique craft.
Whips get a classy send-up with this embroidered stationery card. Choose between a simple whip embroidery design (who knew we’d ever be putting those words together), or chose a template that spells out Christian’s last name.
Talking Trash, Wasting Time shares the free “Fifty Shades of Grey” embroidery tutorial.
Image credits (from top): Studio Pebbles, doughmesstic, Paper and Ink, Eventually Cottage, Little Pink Monster, Manolo Home, Miss Buttercup and Talking Trash, Wasting Time
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