I am thrilled to be partnering with Cricut to bring you a few months worth of amazing craft. This month our topic is fashion and gear. Our team chose lace as a theme. I was hung up on that top for a while until I starting searching images of geometric lace. I fell in love. So here is my take with some geometric lace jewelry that you can make with shrink plastic! Yep the very same shrink plastic you watch shrivel up in the oven as a kid. Let make it all grown up and use it to make shrink plastic jewelry. The links included in this partnered post are all affiliate links which means that a portion of your purchase will go to support this website.
Grab the kids and make one more craft together before the end of summer. This bird seed monogram is a wonderful addition to the outdoors. It is easy for kids to make plus the birds will love this little gift once you hang it in a tree. This tutorial was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
The fabulous Jen Goode is back this month with another free printable just for you. This time it is some pie art and tags that you can customize. Don’t forget to follow Jen at 100 Directions to get even more amazing printables like this throughout the month.
This time of year it seems the air is filled with pie fragrances. School starts and I think of fall and baking. The berries are ripe, whipped cream sounds delicious… on EVERYTHING and I can’t help but thing maybe we should be making more pie. So today’s printable is inspired by just that… yummy pie!
Originally, Angie and I were talking about creating pretty pie wall decor. Choose your favorite recipe, print it out on a pretty paper, frame it and voila! But as I started drawing, I thought it would be fun to also create gift tags and little cards that you could use to go along with your pie art adventure.
I was looking to add a touch of fall to my door. This floral monogram fall wreath was the perfect solution. You can make this easily with supplies from Dollar General. Trust me this is a simple fall wreath that anyone can make. However it makes a BIG statement on your front door which I personally love.
I love the look of a white faux animal head on the wall. I thought I would have some fun and make some miniature ones with wood toys. Make these faux animal head trophies for any room in your home. Your son might love a dinosaur head on his wall. Paint them any color to go with your home decor as well. This one was first posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting it again here in case you missed it.
This one was first posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I thought I would share it here in case you missed it. My wild west puppet theater for kids is the perfect way to spend a rainy day. A few supplies and you can be on your way to a fun theater full of imagination. Plus this is a small project that can be easily stored when not in use. I always worry about storing those huge puppet theaters when the kids are not playing with them. Lets turn a dreary rainy day into a day filled with smiles and laughter.
It is almost football time again! I have a fun mini football cornhole game for you today. You can make this for your kids or for a football party at your home. Because this cornhole game is mini sized it can be played indoors or out. Challenge your friends and family to a rousing game anytime when it is mini sized.
I had this idea to cover barn wood with some metallic gold paint. It turned out awesome. But I just couldn’t stop there. This rustic gold centerpiece was the result. Use this for a dinner party or even for Thanksgiving. A few bottles and some barn wood can become this rustic beauty in just a few minutes. This post is a part of my design team status with DecoArt. I am compensated for my participation however all projects and opinions are my own.
I love glass buoys. I have wanted some for forever. So when I saw a glass buoy vase filler in the Pottery Barn catalog I knew it was destiny. That is until I saw the price. Surely there is a way to knock this off for less? Oh yes. There is. This tutorial was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed as part of my design team status. I am compensated for my participation however all projects and opinions are my own.
My kiddos actually head back to school the end of this week! I know! This mason jar desk organizer will make a perfect back to school teacher gift this year. A couple of jars turn into a desk organizer for teacher or for YOU! Add this project to your must make list. Be sure to pick the colors that will coordinate with your home decor if you are keeping this one. Y’all organization in mason jars is my favorite type of organizing. But you are not surprised right? This post is a part of my design team status with DecoArt and I am compensated for my participation. However all projects and opinions are my own.