A day to celebrate love is like the best thing ever! And a simple, fun Valentine’s Day Tea Party is the easiest way to send your kiddos off filled with love and a bit of sugar! So here’s a little inspiration for ya, to get your heart beating! All it takes are a few things you already have in your fridge, pantry and cupboard. Pretty
Well according to the groundhog this year…Spring is on its way! And with a snowstorm currently landing where my parents live, I figured I’d brighten their day with hopes of warmer weather with this Fabric Flower Spring Wreath. It’s one of my favorite DIY’s because it’s simple and cheery! A wreath is the easiest way to set your home up with seasonal style. And a
Hey, great to have you visiting! Even though turkey day is almost here…I’ve yes, been putting up Christmas decor already! But I try to do my best to blend both holidays. One thing I wanted to do this year was make a physical reminder of all that we are thankful for and I came up with this cute Embroidery Hoop Turkey DIY! I mean, this
Hey, wanna come “flamingle” with me for a little while?! Saylor’s Flamingo Room is just oh so cute now that we updated it! I was keeping her room pretty gender neutral in case we have two kids because I thought they’d share the room. But Saylor went to a few girl birthday parties this spring and she really enjoyed playing in their more girly rooms.
If I ever made like hybrid craft or DIY, this would probably be it! Mason Jar to the rescue again on this as well…they’re so inexpensive and versatile, love what you can do with them like this Mason Jar Craft Tool Vase! When I’m organized, I’m much happier. I’m sure you can relate. Not everything has to be perfect, but I like to know where
As you know, I love to repurpose items or use up excess items lying around the house…which was the case in my Glam Button Hot Pad DIY. Because I had so many extra metal buttons which were all still very pretty and usable, I thought they’d be a neat texture if I sewed them next to one another. So if you want to make this
Oh you may be wondering what that little dish of salt is in our guest bathroom…it’s DIY Salt Scrub and you’re welcome to use it! After doing days of painting and other messy DIYs, I find having a go-to salt scrub in the bathroom made with coconut oil, really helps to deep clean and get rid of project remnants! I usually don’t pamper myself on