I know these trash bag holder’s aren’t anything new but I thought it would be a great idea to make a mini-version specifically for the car. I always keep a stash of plastic bags in the seat back for empty Starbucks cups, the fossilized Chick-Fil-A Nuggets and empty lollipop sticks I regularly find in the back seats…and on and on. And it just looks bright
This was my first time attempting to distress and age a new piece of art to make it look old and weathered. I love how it came out and it’s actually so easy! Read on to find out how to make your own… What You’ll Need: A raw wood “sign” Acrylic Paints Foam and Regular Paintbrushes Cardstock, for the stencil templateSilhouette Cameo or other Craft
You might remember this House Rules Painting Upcycle I did a while back. I was never totally happy with the finish that hand painting the black gave it and I always wished I’d used spray paint. Well, problem solved. I decided earlier this week I wanted to make the kids an alphabet themed piece of wall art. So I upcycled this large canvas (again).
It doesn’t get easier than this Simple Shower Organization Tip! Getting the bathroom organized with three small kids is an ongoing process, but we stumbled upon a simple way to organize our shower during one of our many Air Force moves. As a general rule, I am not a fan of brass fixtures so when we had moved into this house I couldn’t wait to
Yesterday I posted “Using Freezer Paper Stencils and Appliques on Tee, Part 1“. Read Part 1 to go over the supplies and basics also used in this part of the tutorial. In part two and I’ll be showing you how to use freezer paper stencils with paint and fabric pen/marker mediums to make a fun tee. I decided on an Air Force and C-17 jet
While having a craft cutting machine like the Silhouette makes making these types of t-shirts easier, it can certainly be done by hand. Before I got the Silhouette, I used small, sharp quilting detail scissors/an exacto knife to cut out my freezer paper stencils and applique pieces. Here are the two shirts I made my kids this week that I’ll be using as an example
One day last year was the first day since I had children that I can recall someone asking me what my occupation is. To be perfectly honest, the question caught me off-guard, and I paused before hearing myself answer “homemaker”. Homemaker? Wow, that sounds so archaic. What is this the 1950’s? I should have at least answered “Work at Home Mother”. We get so wrapped