You can make mushroom decor for your garden in just minutes. Today’s 15 minute craft using clay pots turned out so cute! You will love this clay pot mushroom and want to add a few to your garden this summer. Get the super simple instructions below. If you have missed any of our quick clay pot crafts this week, be sure to catch up with day 1 and day 2. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see what today’s bloggers have in store for you!
Flower pot painting has never been so easy! I am about to show you a technique that you can use on your outdoor decor this summer to have gorgeous flower pots in a variety of styles. And yes this can be done in just 15 minutes or less! If you have missed any of our other clay pot ideas this week, be sure to catch up with day 1 of our series. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post and see what today’s bloggers have in store for you!
Ready to learn how to make a fairy garden? How about one with a miniature pool? Sounds like fun right? I am here with all of the details and you won’t believe just how quick and easy this craft idea is to make. Add a fairy garden to your outdoor decor this summer in minutes. I am actually kicking off Craft Lightning today where I will be posting 15 minute crafts using clay pots all week. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see what our blog partners today have in store for you!
Make your own DIY flower pots in an animal shape. This is actually a really easy craft and you can choose any shape that you would like. I did a hedge hog cause why not! You might try a unicorn, llama, frog, or any other animal that you love! Or try plain shapes like a hexagon or circle. The possibilities are really endless!
Need help painting a steel door? I have all of the advice you need below! When DecoArt contacted me about sponsoring a community service project a few months ago, I didn’t have to think long about a door that needed a makeover. You see the door on the concession stand at the softball field was in bad need of some paint. A huge thank you to DecoArt for sponsoring this post and sending supplies for a stunning before and after!
Welcome fall to your home with this quick and easy porch decor. This comes together in minutes and will be the perfect addition to your farmhouse decor this autumn. No time to make it this year? Be sure to pin this one for next year! You definitely don’t want to forget. This one was originally posted on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor however I am sharing it here in case you missed it.
I thought I would share my fall porch decor with y’all today. I love adding some farmhouse touches to my front porch for the season. Plus fall is one of my favorite season for decorating. So follow along below to see what I did to my porch this autumn!
Kick off the season by making some holiday signs. This reversible scarecrow and snowman sign is super easy to make and we even have free templates for you to print to get it just right. Make one for yourself, one for your neighbor, and maybe even a few to sell. Once you get your supplies gathered, the DIY part of this sign will surprise you! It is that simple!
It is almost time for a change of seasons and fall lawn care is something you might want to consider this year. Lawn care begins to change in the fall as your lawn tries to take in as much nutrients and moisture as it can in preparation for the dormant winter months ahead. I have everything you need to know below to take care of your lawn this autumn. When spring arrives, you will be left with a healthy yard for playing lawn games and more. This post is sponsored by Grass Seed USA however all projects and opinions are my own.
Make this mason jar sign for your porch this fall. This method is so easy and will make creating a sign in a mason jar shape super simple. Follow our instructions then paint a sign for every holiday. Use them as jar wall decor or as a decoration outdoors. Either way, you are sure to love the results! If you have missed any of the fun, this is a part of fall mason jar week. You will want to catch up with the posts from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the creativity that the other bloggers have in store for you today.