Who is ready to start making Thanksgiving wreaths? You can make this turkey wreath in a few minutes with minimal supplies. I have a thing for bandannas and using them to make a wreath is so simple! Tie them on for turkey feathers then add a few more pieces to finish off your wreath and hang on your door.
Welcome to the final day of Craft Lightning and an easy way to make a trick or treat bag. I am going to show you all about cutting fabric with your Cricut Maker and what makes it special. No Cricut Maker? You can actually enter to win one below so be sure to scroll down. If you have missed any of the fun this week, be sure to catch up with day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. You also will want to scroll to the bottom of this post for even more ideas from our partners for today. Please note that this post is sponsored by Cricut however all projects and opinions are my own.
Get your supplies and make this rustic fall burlap wreath today. You really are not going to believe just how easy this one is to make. I love the shabby farmhouse feel of this wreath. This post is sponsored by JOANN and I have also some exciting news about their app for you as well. If you love coupons, you will want to keep reading![Read more…]
You can make this patriotic wreath from bandannas with just two supplies and in just 15 minutes. That is right! It is time for Craft Lightning again where we post 15 minute crafts all week. This week is patriotic week so you will get tons of ideas for Memorial Day, 4th of July, and more. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post and see the inspiration from our bloggers for this series. For now, we are making a wreath!
A flower wreath is perfect for your door this spring. Make it from burlap and it will fit right in with any rustic farmhouse style. I wanted something for my door that would last through a few seasons and also reflect a rustic style. Burlap to the rescue! I made this easy to make wreath that you can make as well! Grab your supplies and make this for your door or to hang on the wall in your home.
Make these burlap bunny treat bags for Easter in just minutes. A cute bunny tail will greet the recipient of these great gift bags!
I love burlap and bunny tails so these burlap bunny treat bags are perfect for my Easter celebration. Who can resist a fluffy bunny tail? I know you can’t! These are so easy to make with just a few supplies and the free printable template that you can download below. Make one for every child on your gift giving list this Easter.
I am kicking off gifts in a jar week with this snowman jar luminary. All week I will be posting gift ideas using jars that you can still make for the holiday or use later on in the year. This first one can be used to put a gift inside but it is also cute for the winter as a snowman candle holder. Plus it is easy to make and just look at his little face!
I love rustic Christmas decorations so these plaid and burlap ornaments are going to fit right in here this holiday season. You can make your own easily with some Styrofoam balls and a few tools! Watch the video in the post below for all of the instructions and learn just how easy it is to make your own Christmas ornaments. I also have some other ornaments linked from some of my blog friends that you will love as well.
A handmade gift of animal bibs for baby is perfect for the holidays or even an upcoming baby shower. The best part is that they are super easy to make and really inexpensive. That is my kind of handmade gift y’all. Follow along below to see how to make all four versions of these animal bibs for baby. Make one, two, or even all four for holiday gifts.
This fringed burlap table runner is easy to make and perfect for your fall table. Choose any colors that you love and add the fringe in minutes. Plan to make one of these for your Thanksgiving table or just keep this one in your dining room for the entire fall season. If you love burlap, this is the perfect table runner for you!