Making a trinket dish from oven bake clay is super simple plus it makes a great gift! These marbled clay bowls can be made in minutes and the kids can even help. So, grab a few colors of oven bake clay from your local craft store then add glitter if you would like![Read more…]
Kick off your decluttering efforts with our list of 50 things to get rid of right now. You will be filling up tons of bags and clearing the clutter from your home. We even have some great trash bags that will handle even the heaviest of donations! This post is sponsored by Hippo Sak but all projects and opinions are my own.[Read more…]
Make a cooking conversion chart with your Cricut machine in just minutes. This is a great project to add to the inside of your cabinet doors for a quick and easy reference in your kitchen. This one was originally posted on Darice where I am a paid contributor however I thought I would post it here in case you missed it. This is also a part of Craft Lightning week where we are sharing wood crafts all week. If you have missed any of the fun, be sure to catch up with day 1 and also scroll to the bottom of this post for the ideas from today!
Yes you probably have some cleaning supplies to throw out now. Most of us have at least one cabinet or closet filled with all sorts of cleaning products and tools. Truthfully, we don’t need all of them. Not only are they taking up space, but there are actually lots of cleaning products we should throw away either because they don’t work, they can make us sick, or they are incredibly toxic.
Do you know how to clean house after you or someone in your home has had the flu? When someone in your house has been through the flu, it feels like beautiful, warm sunshine the moment they start to feel better, doesn’t it? As wonderful as that feeling is, unfortunately, there is still work to be done in order to protect everyone else in the house. Today I’m going to give you some doctor-approved tips to properly clean your house after the flu.
Spring is approaching and that is the perfect time to learn the best way to clean windows. I have been using these tricks for years and thought I would share them here today. Especially since this method uses products you probably have on hand around your home. Don’t you just love that?
All this week we have been talking about craft rooms. There have been some amazing spaces during our series. Definitely tons of inspiration if you are thinking of making your own creative space (big or small). I thought today I would round up all of the craft rooms in one post. After all, I don’t want you to miss any of them!
Today is all about craft room decor. These spaces are going to knock your socks off! Pretty and functional storage all in one? Oh yes! If you are looking to redo your craft room, this is the place to be. You are sure to get inspired to create in these amazing spaces.
Today we are going to talk about some craft organizer tips and hacks that will work with any budget. Maybe you have no budget to organize your craft supplies? No problem! Our craft room tours from today really have you covered. These tips will have you ready to tackle your craft space this weekend!
If you have missed any of the spaces from the tour this week, be sure to click here and scroll to the bottom of the post to catch up!
IKEA craft room furniture can be an affordable way to organize your space. Today is day 3 of the craft room tour series and by chance all of these rooms use some element from IKEA. Whether that is just plain luck or a sign that this is the place to go for your craft space, I am not sure. But one thing is certain, IKEA can help you to organize any room in your home including the craft room!