Felt Christmas decorations are right up my alley. I just have a thing for all things felt lately. You can DIY these cute trees in minutes with my instructions below. A simple project to add a forest of fun trees to your home. These will actually be perfect for Christmas and also winter decor. I love a project that I can leave up for a few months…don’t you?
Make this DIY candy cane wreath from burlap for your holiday decor. Christmas will just not be complete without this adorable candy cane. Hang it on your door on in your home for a cute addition to the holiday. I used burlap to give this project a fun farmhouse style spin. Don’t love the burlap? Try deco mesh instead!
Seriously making plastic snow globes in this jar shape has never been easier. I am going to share a product below that you will all way to buy….in bulk! This is going to change your Christmas tree decorations this year. This post is also a part of Craft Lightning which means that we are sharing 15 minute holiday crafts all week. You can catch up with day 1, day 2, and day 3 or you can scroll to the bottom of this post to see the crafts from today.
Who needs a few snowman decorations for their tree? When you can make them in about 5 minutes, I think we all do! I am in love with these wood bead snowmen and how simple they are. Grab your craft supplies and whip up a batch today! This is the second day of Craft Lightning where we are sharing quick and easy holiday crafts all week. If you have missed any of the fun so far, be sure to click here to catch up with day 1. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post for a ton of ideas for today from our blog partners for this series.
There is nothing better than a handprint ornament. It is an easy craft you can make with your kids and it is also an ornament to treasure year after year. Pulling out those sentimental ornaments is one of my favorite parts of the holiday. This one was originally posted as part of my paid design team status on Crafts Unleashed. It is also kicking off Craft Lightning week! Every day this week I am sharing holiday posts that take 15 minutes or less to make. You can scroll down to the bottom of this post to see the crafts from our blog partners for this series as well.[Read more…]
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!
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!
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.
Jen Goode is back this month with place setting ideas for your Thanksgiving holiday! Y’all enjoy!
Nothing is prettier on a festive holiday table than pretty flower place settings. Fresh flowers (or even nice faux flowers) can change the whole look of a classic table set up. Today I have a simple paper napkin ring you can make using your favorite coloring pages. I’ll also show another way you can use fresh flowers on your table.