You can make your own wedding mason jars in minutes with some cut felt and a little twine. Okay, maybe you are not planning a wedding but these jars are just too cute to resist for any occasion. So, I am actually in two blog hops today. One is for crafts made with items from the dollar store. The other is for quick 15 minute crafts using felt. This fits in with both of those! That is what I call a win-win! You can also see more great ideas at the bottom of this post so don’t miss those.
Coffee sleeves make a really great and inexpensive gift idea. I thought I would show how to both cut one and customize it with your Cricut machine today. Of course, if you just want a plain version it would be super simple to cut from felt with scissors. But who doesn’t want a little bling?
This is a part of Craft Lightning week where we are sharing felt projects all week that can be made in 15 minutes or less. You can see today’s ideas at the bottom of this post. You can also catch up with the ideas from day 1 and day 2.
This wall hanging craft is super easy to make. You see, I share quite a few Cricut tutorials around here but wanted to share something that you could make even if you don’t own one! This farmhouse style felt leaves hoop art will look great on your wall or use it as a non-traditional wreath. Either way, you are sure to love how quickly you can whip your own up! This post is sponsored by DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
This post is also a part of Craft Lightning where we are sharing 15 minute felt crafts all week. You will want to be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for today’s ideas. You can also click here to see the ideas from day 1.
I have an amazing burlap garland for you today and a way for you to cut burlap snowflakes on your Cricut Maker. Yes these were all cut with the Maker and they turned out awesome! How do I get the burlap to actually hold together? Read on to find out about my method and use it to make all the things with burlap! So are you thinking…I don’t have a Cricut Maker? Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to win one as well! This post is sponsored by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own.
Angel ornaments are easy to make and can be a rustic addition to your tree when made with burlap. I came up with this quick and easy craft and showed how to make it on my Facebook page last week. They actually turned out so well that I wanted to share them here with y’all as well. Are you ready to make some burlap angel ornaments for your tree?
Grab your supplies and make this winter snowman art for your home. A rustic touch of burlap with an adorable snowman and it is oh so easy to make. I love pieces like these that will look great through the holidays and well into winter. If you do as well, follow along and make your own below! This post is sponsored by DecoArt however all projects and opinions are my own.
Who needs to add a Christmas llama to their tree? This adorable guy can be made in just minutes with the instructions below. Plus if you want even more llama ideas for the holidays, I have some links from some fellow bloggers putting up ideas today as well. You just can’t go wrong with a llama ornament on your tree!
A pallet Christmas tree was all I wanted this year. I have visions of two of them on either side of my mantel. So I got inspired and decided to kick off some Christmas crafting a bit early. These are actually really easy to make as you can buy the Christmas trees pre-made! Yep that is right! Read on to find out more.
Make a Christmas sweater with lights for any ugly Christmas sweater party that you are attending. This is actually a really quick and easy craft idea and you will absolutely love the results. You can even add battery operated lights to really light up the night. Are you ready to get started? Gather your supplies and hot glue gun!
Did you know that you can make fabric pumpkins in just 5 minutes with no sewing required? I used some burlap but any fabric would actually work for this same project. It is so quick and easy and you will love the results. Imagine saying you made this quick and easy fall decor yourself! Grab some fabric scraps and get started right now.