Over the last few years primitive and farmhouse styles have replaced many of the traditional styles. I recently distressed my bronze candlesticks to make them primitive - farmhouse style as part of a DIY Upcycle Challenge.Read More
I love holiday crafts that are simple, enjoyable, and doable for children. I especially like this Turkey on a Stick Thanksgiving Craft because of the different textures of materials used to create it—felt, wooden craft stick, and foam. Children enjoy hands-on activities with different textures as they learn about the world around them. This craft also teaches some of the basic shapes such as triangles, ovals, and circles.Read More
Candy corn speaks fall and autumn loud and clear, and what’s better than candy corn for home décor? I love fall decorations that are classy and can be used year after year, and these candy corn wooden blocks will find a place in your home season after season! Use them to complement a fall mantle or as a kitchen table centerpiece.Read More
The idea for these fall pumpkin wreaths developed as I was creating them. I originally purchased multiple colors of burlap ribbon and planned for my project to include three wreath forms—red, brown, and orange—with rosettes attached. When I realized I didn’t have any scrap fabric that would match, the rosettes were out. For some reason, I was in a pumpkin, “orangey” mood, and my plans changed!Read More
Sometimes it’s difficult to find the perfect centerpiece for a kitchen table or some other focal point that needs a bit of décor. This red, white, and blue patriotic centerpiece with farmhouse style and a touch of bling will brighten your home for July 4th and all the patriotic holidays!Read More
Since July 4th holiday is coming up in less than a month, I recently decided to make a patriotic farmhouse style wreath. Farmhouse style is so trendy and makes a home feel welcoming and inviting, so what’s better than patriotic farmhouse décor to welcome my family as we go to-and-from home during these hot summer months?!!
When it comes to decorating with red, white, and blue for the holidays, I am pretty picky about the style with which I decorate.Read More
For the month of March I decided to participate in a blogging craft challenge along with a group of fabulously creative bloggers. I hope you will visit their sites and maybe even find a couple new people to follow!
Our assignment was to create a craft using items from a dollar store. The first time I went to the store and looked around, I came out empty handed. I was trying to come up with an original craft, and my creative juices just weren’t flowing that day.Read More
At my last yard sale, my grandmother gave me a collection of wood slices that she had chopped from the limb of a cedar tree. I gladly took them because they looked like good craft material! I began Internet searching for ideas and came across all kinds of cute designs and finally just came up with something random.Read More