You can make your own Santa garden flag in minutes. I have been infatuated with making my own garden flags for every season. This is my Christmas version and I love how it turned out. Plus it is super easy to make. This time I am using a special fabric that makes this project quick and easy!
It is time to reveal the man cave hunting cabin! My husband and son have been working on this space for a few months and I really wanted to share it with you all. You can click here to see my decorating inspiration then scroll down to see what the inside ended up looking like. I think they will really enjoy this space and I personally love how the entire thing came together.
Want to decorate an outdoor fall table? I have the solution for you! I was asked to share an outdoor fall table on the Old Time Pottery blog and jumped at the chance. They are sponsoring this post however all projects and opinions are my own. Old Time Pottery has a huge selection of fall decor and it was fun to browse the aisles and come up with an amazing fall table to show off. Are you ready to be inspired?
You can make this garden lighthouse in minutes and add it to your outdoor decor. Light up the night for the rest of summer with this fun DIY project. Add one or more of these fun lights to your garden or flower bed for a simple and easy way to light a path or show off your beautiful work. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid design team member but I am sharing here in case y’all missed it.
Make this burlap scarecrow garden flag to add a little fun to your flowers this fall. This project is easy to make yourself at home with a bit of burlap and some paint. There is some sewing involved but it is minimal and I know that you can do it! It is time to get started making this adorable flag for your home.
This scavenger hunt bag is perfect for kids anytime of the year! It also makes a great scouting activity for girls or boys. This week is Craft Lightning scout crafts edition and we are sharing 15 minute crafts that are great for scout groups. You can see more ideas at the bottom of this post or catch up with the post from day 1. Now get your free printable scavenger hunt page and see how to add it to a bag to collect the goodies!
Have you ever wondered how to paint terra cotta? We have all of the solutions here for you today. Grab those planters and some paint! You will have some gorgeous pots for your outdoor decor in no time. The methods are super simple and we will even show you some techniques that will make some unique terra cotta pots for your plants.
You can make your own mason jar flag and hang it in your garden this summer. This adorable project is perfect for those that love jars and just want to show that off in their yard. You can add a monogram for a custom flag that you make yourself! Love mason jars? Be sure to scroll all the way to the end of this post for more summer mason jar ideas from our blog partners for this series.[Read more…]
A mason jar herb planter is a great summer project. Some mason jars and a rustic board can become a hanging herb garden in just minutes. Add this great project to your outdoor or indoor decor. You will love the results. This week is summer mason jar week around here! If you want even more ideas for using mason jars this summer, scroll to the bottom of this post where my partners for this series have even more ideas.
I thought I would share my wood baby swing refinish with y’all. Our grandchild is now 7 months old and it was time for a swing! I mean you have to have something fun to do when you come to the grandparents house right? So I picked up a dilapidated swing for a few dollars at a yard sale. I was so happy with the end results that I decided to snap a few pictures for you. So if you want to refinish some old weathered wood, give my method a try!