I vividly remember making these Poinsettia flowers out of construction paper as a kid and I thought they might be super cute in felt so I headed to Hobby Lobby for all the stuff I’d need to make what I had pictured in my head. I doesn’t always happen this way, but it came out exactly as I’d pictured. I love the bold, festive colors
Isn’t the centerpiece gorgeous? My grandma saw the idea to use a purple cabbage as a vase for flowers in Country Living. I added cranberries and pine cones to the bowl (which I got in the clearance section at WalMart for $10!). I just hollowed out a hole in the cabbage and place a small cup of water inside and arranged fresh flowers in it.
With all the drama this year (Chick-Fil-A, the Election, the child kidnappings and unspeakable murders, etc.) it has me thinking about my oldest child going out in the real world next year when he starts Kindergarten. And then my other two will follow shortly behind. It’s more than a bit terrifying for a Momma to let go. There are a lot of things I want
I wanted my Thanksgiving Mantle to be very simple and classy with the focus on the purpose fo the day: Give Thanks and Be Grateful. I have so many things to be thankful for. Too many to list. I. am. blessed. I repurposed a lot of things from my Halloween Mantle, things I already had in my craft supplies, or just from around the house.
I used some fun wooden blank signs, a little paint, a little vinyl, and a little Mod Podge to create a banner I can use year after year. It’s the perfect last touch to complete my Thanksgiving Mantel which I’ll be showing you tomorrow. What You’ll Need: -Blank Unfinished Wood Signs (I used 4 fancy square and 6 fancy rectangle pieces. If you can’t find
My goal for my Thanksgiving Mantle is to keep it simple and classy, but also keep it cheap (or better yet, free!) by re-purposing items from around the house. You can make this simple décor by up-cycling a plate of tray you’ve got lying around the house. Add a little vinyl and/or paint and you’ve got a simple, yet pretty piece to jazz up a
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