Today I have a quick and easy mason jar vase for Valentine’s Day that you can make for your home. This continues on with our Craft Lightning series where we are sharing 15 minute Valentine’s Day crafts all week. Be sure to catch up with day 1 and day 2 if you have missed any of the fun. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see today’s ideas. I am also working with a couple of other ladies on a great video collaboration in this post so be sure to check out their Valentine’s ideas below![Read more…]
You can makeover dollar store bins for pretty organization with just some spray paint and a few minutes. This quick and easy organizing project is perfect for any room in your home. Plus I love a project that is inexpensive and looks great!
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back this month with a DIY beware bat sign that is perfect for Halloween! Add those bats to various parts of your decor for a spooky addition.
Dig through your scrap wood pile and make your own DIY Beware Bat Sign for Halloween this year! All you need is some wood, paint and a little time to wait for paint to dry. If you’ve got some black paper, you can add a few bats for fun, but just the painted sign will work too. I don’t have a fancy template for this project, I did a lot of pencil, eye-balling sketching to make this project work. I’ll show you how it’s done… in just a few steps.
Using sticks and leaves for Halloween decor is a quick, easy, and affordable way to add some fright to your home. I thought it was the perfect idea for Craft Lightning this week. An almost free idea that you can make in less than 15 minutes? Yes please! If you have missed any of the quick Halloween crafts this week, check out the posts from day 1. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see what our blog partners have in store for you today.[Read more…]
I am going to wrap up Father’s Day Craft Lightning with this lumberjack plaid mason jar. It is perfect to add in any gift and give to Dad. Plus everyone loves lumberjack plaid these days! I have a simple way to get that pattern onto your mason jar. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see today’s quick Father’s Day crafts from our blog partners for this series. If you have missed any of the fun this week, be sure to head to the posts for day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4.
Ready for another Father’s Day gift? Our DIY grill trophy is perfect for any dad that is the master of the grill. This only takes minutes to make and Dad will love being handed this trophy on his special day. If you need more quick and easy Father’s Day gift ideas, be sure to check out the crafts from our partner blogs at the bottom of this post. It is Craft Lightning week around here and we are sharing crafts that take 15 minutes or less for Father’s Day all week! If you have missed any of the fun, check out the crafts from day 1 here.
Make this Mother’s Day gift in a jar in minutes and put a smile on mom’s face. I love a great gift in a jar….you probably know that already. I also love a great quick and easy craft project. This one fits in both of those categories! It is a great gift idea for Mother’s Day but would also work for Teacher Appreciation, Administrative Professionals Day, graduation, and so much more. Maybe you should just whip up a bunch of these jars and use them for every occasion! This post is sponsored by Online Labels however all projects and opinions are my own.[Read more…]
I have a super simple burlap bee spring wreath idea for you today! I love a good burlap wreath for my home anytime of the year. I thought a cute one for spring would be the perfect addition to our front door. Y’all already know I love a great quick and easy craft. I made sure that this one is a cinch to whip together. And that bee?? Oh he is so cute! I will tell you were to get your own below.[Read more…]
Make this graduation mason jar gift for anyone that is graduating! This fun owl mason jar is easy to make and a great gift idea. Fill the jar with the gift of your choice. You will have an adorable graduation mason jar gift in no time at all. This post is sponsored by Online Labels however all projects and opinions are my own.
Our hero teacher gift in a jar is perfect for Teacher Appreciation Week. If you are looking for a fun gift to pull together for any teacher, this is a cute and practical idea. You can fill it with any gift that the teacher will love and will fit inside. Then gift to any teacher that is a hero to your child. This post is sponsored by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own.