Did you know you can actually make a picture frame wreath that can be changed for every season? That’s right! You don’t have to be crafty, you don’t have to spend a fortune on seasonal decor, and you don’t have to make space for extra seasonal decor. One picture frame and you’re good to go. […]
Fabric and ribbon-wrapped wreaths are my favorite to make. Not just because they’re pretty and inexpensive, but because they’re so easy to make and can be as simple or elaborate as you want. The concept is simple–get a styrofoam wreath form, find a fun seasonal fabric or ribbon, wrap and glue as you go, then […]
Lanterns aren’t just for candles! There are a ton of different ways to style lanterns for every season or occasion. The best part–it doesn’t even have to be expensive or hard. All of the fall lantern supplies in the picture came from the Dollar Tree! The only supplies I used from home were my glue […]
Do you have a VSCO girl in your life? It’s a tween/teen trend that has blown up and includes things like scrunchies, puka shell necklaces, Hydro Flasks and Birkenstocks. At first, I thought it was going to be a very short-lived trend. But VSCO girls are everywhere here in this area. Even in my own […]
There’s nothing more inviting to me than a beautiful seasonal wreath on a door. I love making wreaths, but most of all, I love when they’re cheap and easy to make too. Making an ornament wreath is not only sparkly and shiny, but it’s also a great project for beginners. The supplies are simple and […]
Did you catch last night’s FB LIVE? I ran into a few technical difficulties but we still had a lot of fun! Anyway, I’ve included the video below and you’ll love it because we made a cute little pumpkin. When I first made a canning ring pumpkin, the whole rustic/burlap/mason jar thing was in style. […]
Wreaths can be intimidating and seem like a huge undertaking. But a ribbon-wrapped wreath is easier than you think! I made this one LIVE on Facebook last Thursday! To watch the tutorial, watch below!
It’s fall break here and we’re already knee deep in crafts, games and collecting leaves outside. One of my kids’ favorite things to do is to collect all of the broken crayons around the house (there’s only 5 million or so laying around), and melt them into fun shapes. And October is perfect for…you guessed […]