Enjoy fall before it leaves…powerful words, right? I know a lot of you have busy schedules too. Sometimes, I just need to be reminded to slow down, take a breath and enjoy the awesome things that are happening right now. This blessings wreath is so easy to make it almost doesn’t need directions. With just a few simple supplies you have a daily gratitude reminder the whole family can get behind. Here’s how it all came together…
If you have kids, I’m sure you’re knee deep in Halloween preparations. My parents usually have a lot of trick or treaters come to their neighborhood on Halloween night so I thought it would be a fun idea to make them a glow in the dark candy bucket. This project is really easy to make and it’s inexpensive too. I bought most of these supplies from my local Dollar Tree. Here’s what you’ll need to make your own…
If you’re still in the midst of trying to decorate for Valentine’s Day, I have a few easy ideas I want to share with you.
The pom pom wreath became the inspiration for my Valentine’s Day mantle last year. Everything I used on the mantle I already had on hand at home which made it super easy to bring together.
I’ve been tossing around ideas for Valentine’s Day in my head for weeks now. My aunt hosts a Valentine’s party almost every year for our family. She decorates a brown paper sack with our names and puts stickers all over each bag.
Have you guys ever used adhesive paper on a piece of furniture before? I hadn’t tried it for anything other than lining shelves until the other day. This little bookcase has been with me forever. I used 4 rolls of adhesive paper from The Dollar Tree.
After we moved the bakers rack to create an indoor coffee station, it left the entire area totally bare. I hung up a vintage chalkboard, gave a mini makeover to the Suwannee Sugar Cane Farm sign and the chair at the desk in the kitchen. In one afternoon I was able to complete 3 quick decorative updates in the kitchen and the only thing it cost me was my time.