This paper flower centerpiece would be perfect for a wedding or just as a centerpiece for your dining room table. It only takes a few minutes to put together and yes those vintage looking milk bottles are actually new! Read on to find out sources as well. This one was original posted over on Crafts Unleashed but I am posting here in case you missed it. This is a part of Craft Lightning wedding week where we have been posting wedding crafts that take 15 minutes or less all week. If you have missed any of the fun, be sure to check out day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Also don’t miss the wedding crafts from our blog partners at the bottom of this post. Now onto this great paper flower centerpiece!
These watercolor mason jar vases are perfect for spring and summer. Make them in whatever colors will match your home decor. Or make them as a gift for Mother’s Day or any occasion. They are actually super easy to make with the right craft supplies.
I don’t know if I believe it but y’all Easter is this weekend! I came up with a fun way to use washi tape to make stickers and thought I would use the technique on some Easter mason jars. This is a part of my compensated design team work with DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
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!
It is recycled crafts week around here with tons of ideas that take 15 minutes or less to make. I am going to kick things off with this Easter jar centerpiece made from recycled pickle jars and hot glue. You can also see even more quick recycled crafts at the bottom of this post from our Craft Lightning partners so don’t miss those. This post is brought to you by Adtech adhesives as part of a year long series I am doing for them. Be sure to check them out but just to let you know that all projects and opinions are always my own. [Read more…]
These 5 minute painted Easter eggs are the perfect quick craft for spring. Grab a few supplies and make up a dozen or so of these to add to your home decor for Easter. These are really so quick and easy that you will wonder why you never thought of it before! This one was originally posted over at Darice but I am publishing here just in case y’all missed it.
I am feeling the need for spring y’all. I thought I would add a touch of spring to my front door with this spring burlap wreath. At least my door will be nice and warm looking! Grab the supplies below and follow the instructions to make your own burlap wreath. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed however I am posting it here in case y’all missed it.
I had the opportunity a few months back to make a project to be in Pat Catan’s stores. So yes I was making a woodland spring monogram while wrapping Christmas presents. But it was worth it! My project is now in stores and you can head there to see one of these monograms in person and get the supplies to make your own. Don’t live by a Pat Catan’s? No problem! You can order all you need to make this online and follow my instructions below.
I have a fun way to make your own hexagon wind chimes today. This is part of the Craft Lightning series where I post a 15 minute craft every morning. Then every afternoon I post a round up of quick crafts from around the web. If you want a chance to be featured, there is still time to link up YOUR quick crafts to our Craft Lightning linky party. For today’s project, I wanted to do an outdoor craft with my DecoArt Patio Paints. I am on their design team which is amazing but as always all projects and opinions you see here are all mine. Hexagons are becoming super popular and I see them everywhere. Here a simple hexagon pencil cup becomes hexagon wind chimes with this craft tutorial.
If you missed any of the Craft Lightning fun, be sure to check out the quick crafts from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4.
I couldn’t resist sharing my spring printer’s tray here today. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I usually repost here in case y’all missed it. I have loved having this touch of spring decor on my mantle for the past few weeks. It is not too late to make this one as I am going to leave it out all summer long. Plus it is super easy to make and who doesn’t love a printer’s tray?