Grab your yarn and get ready to make a great DIY project….no crochet or knitting required. This yarn tassel garland is simple to make and will look great in your home. I used a gold metallic yarn for my version but you can use any yarn that matches your decor. This one was first posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am compensated for being on the design team.
You can make this recycled jeans mason jar and the coordinating napkin rings in just minutes. This quick and easy project is perfect for outdoor events, picnics, and more. Grab a pair of jeans and get started on this fun idea today. Want proof this can be done in just minutes? Watch the video in the post below and see me make these live!
Did you know that you can make your own burlap tape? Plus you can make it in any width you would like. Awesome right? I thought this was an amazing idea for some fun present wrapping but you could use this burlap tape anywhere you would like. It is all possible with the help of a Xyron. I was asked to review a machine and compensated for my participation. However all projects and opinions are my own.
I have a fun nautical baby shower craft for y’all today. Turn a metal tub into a boat that can hold the cards or books that guests bring. I am throwing a baby shower for my daughter in a few weeks to y’all expect there to be tons of whale inspired crafts around here! We are actually including an insert with the invitations asking guests to bring books instead of cards. I have included that printable for y’all below as well. This is a hangout on air brought to you be Adtech adhesives. The project and opinions are all my own however.
As your little angels return back to school this fall, be sure to whip up a quick first day of school picture frame to show off that amazing moment. This is part of the back to school Craft Lightning series where we are sharing crafts that take 15 minutes or less all week. You can catch up with the crafts from day 1 and day 2. Also be sure to scroll all the way down on this post for today’s blog partner crafts. But first be sure to check out the instructions for making this fun back to school picture frame.
I have been dying to try the new Fuse from We R Memory Keepers ever since I saw it at CHA this winter. When I was offered a chance to receive one for free and use it in this sponsored post, I jumped at the chance. I came up with these mason jar wedding toss pouches for y’all. These little pouches can be used to hold whatever you are going to have tossed at the bride and groom on the big day. Follow along below to see how to make your own.
We all love a good household hack right? That moment when you think….why didn’t I think of that?? Well I grabbed my hot glue gun and came up with 10 household hacks for y’all. This post is sponsored by Adtech in conjunction with Crafty Hangouts however all projects and opinions are my own.
I have an exciting announcement for y’all today! I have joined forces with Jessica from Mad in Crafts to publish a new ebook. This one is geared towards bloggers that want to dive into the world of short videos. This ebook takes you through everything from idea creation to the publishing and promotion of your videos. It is the perfect beginner’s guide to those wanting to dive into video but are unsure as to where to start. Let us show you the way! Y’all be sure to purchase your copy before the end of June! We are running a sale and you can get the book for only $5 instead of the cover price of $8.99!
We are kicking off Craft Lighting wedding week today! What does that mean? Well I will be posting a wedding craft each day that takes 15 minutes or less to complete. In addition each day, at the bottom of the post, there will be 15 minute crafts from our blog partners. If you are planning a DIY wedding, this is the week for you! To kick things off, I have partnered with HomeRight to create a fabulous bent spoon tea light holder for those wedding centerpieces. With your tea light in a holder, you can add items to match your wedding decor to the bottom of your mason jar. Follow along below with the super simple tutorial!
So I love gnomes y’all. They are just too cute in a garden. So why not have a gnome sprinkler? It is such an easy project and this little guy will be smiling in your garden all season long. This post is sponsored and I am also going to share with you how to help make your gardening success even easier with the Miracle-Gro® LiquaFeed® Universal Feeder. It allows you to feed your
plants the right amount of nutrients while you water. You can see more about the product and how to use it below.