I have another super simple gift in a jar idea for you today. Literally you need a jar, two craft items, and your gift! So easy and so darn cute! This is part of mason jar mania week where I am posting gifts in a jar all week long! I am also hosting a fun series on Instagram where ANYONE can post their gift in a jar and play along. Click here to follow me on Instagram to see more.
Have an ice cream lover on your gift giving list this holiday season? Make their day by giving them this build a sundae kit gift in a jar. This is a part of our gift in a jar series this week. If you have missed any of the fun, you can always check out all of the mason jar crafts here in the gallery. Now are you ready to see what is in this fun mason jar gift?
Are you ready for the easiest mason jar gift ever? Well that is what I would call this mason jar candy dispenser gift. Grab two items from the store and you have a gift in seconds. Oh…grab the third item as well which is CANDY! You can use jelly beans like pictured or any type of candy that your recipient loves.
I have a fun fall lantern centerpiece that you can make today. It is so darn quick and easy! This one is perfect for the center of your table at Thanksgiving. Take 15 minutes and make this colorful fall display for your home. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed as part of my design team status but I thought I would post here in case you missed it.
I have a fun handmade gift idea for you today. You can make your own marbled mug quickly and easily with no special tools at all. Well do y’all call a straw special? I didn’t think so! Read on to learn more plus get my Rolo hot chocolate recipe cause TRUST ME you don’t want to miss that! This post is sponsored by DecoArt as part of my design team status however all projects and opinions are my own.
Cross stitch was my very first ever true “craft” that I learned. So seeing it come back in new ways lately had me itching to do a project. This one however doesn’t take nearly as long! My cross stitch sign on wood can be made in just minutes. This is a part of the design competition with my Cricut Explore however I am not compensated for this post.
I am back again this month with another fun post with my Cricut Explore. You can learn how to make paper feathers below for your own home. This post is not sponsored by Cricut in any way however I am entering it into a design competition. So y’all cross your fingers and toes for me m’kay? You can see even more nature inspired crafts from my fellow Cricut team at the bottom of this post.
The fabulous Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back again this month with a free printable for y’all. This time she has made a printable place card that you can customize with your own words. I love that! Download the cards below, add words, and even a little paint!
Whether you are decorating your table or a labeling items on a dinner buffet, Thanksgiving place cards are a really nice detail you can make easily. When you are creating your table place settings, add a little name card to each setting to personalize your decor. If you don’t want to tell everyone where to sit, you could also use a name card to leave an inspiring quote or thoughtful message. Today I’m sharing a free place card printable you can use to add a personal detail to your Thanksgiving gathering.
This tiered fall dessert stand is perfect for your Thanksgiving celebration or any fall themed party that you are hosting. You can literally make your own version of this in minutes with just a few supplies. Be sure to shop Dollar General for all of the supplies you need today.
Okay. I love Halloween. I love decorating for Halloween. I love creeping out the neighbors. I am that girl. If you are too, you will want to follow along as I create some paper lantern hanging ghosts below and show you how to hang them. Hanging them should be easy right? It is now! This post is brought to you by 3M Command products new outdoor product line and let me tell you I am thrilled. I can now dress up my outdoor areas as must as I want then take it down at the end of the season without damaging any surfaces.