Did you know that you can sew your own felt storage baskets? You can even make then shaped like whales similar to what I did here. Y’all will love these for any new babies in your life or make a batch of these to organize a kids’ room or bathroom. Whichever you decide, you will want to make several of these felt storage baskets for your home. This one was first posted at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting here in case you missed it.
I showed y’all my whale dresser and more of the nursery for my grandson here. This whale canvas art is also in the room. I am reposting this one here but it was originally on Crafts Unleashed where I am compensated for being on their design team. See the craft tutorial below where I show you how to make these adorable canvases for your own home or as a gift.
I have a fun nautical baby shower craft for y’all today. Turn a metal tub into a boat that can hold the cards or books that guests bring. I am throwing a baby shower for my daughter in a few weeks to y’all expect there to be tons of whale inspired crafts around here! We are actually including an insert with the invitations asking guests to bring books instead of cards. I have included that printable for y’all below as well. This is a hangout on air brought to you be Adtech adhesives. The project and opinions are all my own however.
We are kicking off Craft Lighting wedding week today! What does that mean? Well I will be posting a wedding craft each day that takes 15 minutes or less to complete. In addition each day, at the bottom of the post, there will be 15 minute crafts from our blog partners. If you are planning a DIY wedding, this is the week for you! To kick things off, I have partnered with HomeRight to create a fabulous bent spoon tea light holder for those wedding centerpieces. With your tea light in a holder, you can add items to match your wedding decor to the bottom of your mason jar. Follow along below with the super simple tutorial!
I have a special place in my heart for driftwood. It is all rustic and worn but also gives a nautical feel to any craft you add it to. I thought I would share these 25 driftwood crafts with you today just in case you need a little summer decorating inspiration. Be sure to click over and visit the links for instructions on how to make each one of these great craft ideas.
I made these Ballard knock off oars to go in my nautical themed bathroom some time ago. They are so easy to make I thought I would share the complete step by step instructions with y’all. Follow along below to see how to make all four oars….y’all they are so much easier to make than you think they are!
I have a treat for all of you seashell and nautical lovers today! I am sharing my beach themed shadowbox art plus I am participating in a blog hop with tons more beach themed ideas for y’all. Read through my instructions on how to make this craft first then scroll to the bottom to get more ideas for your home.
There are a ton of mason jar snow globes around but I thought I would put a summer spin on the same idea. These beach mason jars are a fun addition to your home decor. You can also add them to a nautical themed room for kids or even a bathroom. Grab a few supplies and make your own in just minutes. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting here in case y’all missed it. This is part of a series of mason jar crafts that I am sharing all week. You can see more from my partners for this series at the bottom of this post.
Y’all I am in love with this driftwood monogram art and am so excited to share it with you! You can buy driftwood for this project or hunt it on your beach vacation this year. Either way this is sure to be one project that is the star of your home!
I love glass buoys. I have wanted some for forever. So when I saw a glass buoy vase filler in the Pottery Barn catalog I knew it was destiny. That is until I saw the price. Surely there is a way to knock this off for less? Oh yes. There is. This tutorial was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed as part of my design team status. I am compensated for my participation however all projects and opinions are my own.