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 am in love with the watercolor trend. I made this watercolor hoop art in just minutes with my secret weapon….watercolor markers! You never knew that watercolor was this easy! Follow along below to see how to use the markers then order some to create your own one of a kind watercolors. This tutorial was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed. The materials were given to me for free and I am compensated for my posts there however all projects and opinions are my own. Some links may be affiliate links which means a portion of your purchase will go to support this site.
My daughter has been working fast and furious on the nursery for the new grandson. I thought I would share some nautical nursery ideas with you today. Including a dresser to changing table transformation that I completed that you won’t believe! This is part of a series of posts sponsored by the Better Homes and Gardens collection at Walmart. I am compensated for my participation however all projects and opinions are my own. The links in the post are affiliate links and a portion of your purchase will go to support this site.
I have a fabulous project for y’all today. I transformed a plain jane dresser into something fabulous with the help of Kylon. This whale painted dresser is going in the nursery for the new grandson! Y’all be sure to follow along here for tons more projects that are yet to come. This post is the second in a series of posts sponsored by Krylon however all projects and opinions are my own.
We are planning for a little grandchild around here and crafting mode is in full swing. I will share some of the craft tutorials here with y’all. This whale baby mobile turned out too cute and you can definitely use this same technique to make a mobile in any theme. Grab your paper and glue!
Turn any shape into geometric string art for your home. This is a super simple craft that anyone can make. You can even get older kids involved in making their own fun string art projects.
This paper rosette shadowbox is a great addition to the decor in any room. Change up the colors to go with any room in your home. I made this bright and colorful version to go in a teen bedroom. I must say I love it! This is a super quick and easy project (I promise y’all!!). This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am compensated as part of their design team. All projects and opinions are my own.
Ever want to show off your school pride? Dyed burlap makes this project super simple! You will be showing off your dyed burlap wreath in honor or your favorite college or high school in no time at all.
One of the huge issues I have faced for years is where to put all of those toys so they look neat. I finally developed some under the bed storage for toys and I must say it is working wonders. I thought I would share a bit of it here as you might be facing some of the same issues in your home.
Welcome to day 4 of Dr. Seuss crafts week. Today I am sharing my mini Seuss hat pattern and the instructions for making your own. These are perfect to top a mason jar which you can then fill with goodies for a teacher gift. The tutorial is pretty long but I promise it is a 15 minute sewing project. There are also more quick and easy Seuss crafts at the bottom of this post so don’t miss those. You can also catch up with day 1, day 2, and day 3 as well. Also be sure to follow our Dr. Seuss Pinterest board for all of these crafts and many more.