This white wreath has three awesome things. One, it's inexpensive. Two, it's super duper easy to make. Three, it's excellent in a bubble bath. The supplies came from our local dollar store. Except I bought zip ties from Amazon. Supplies to gather 14-inch wire wreath frame 12 bath scrubbies or poufs Small zip ties Wire clippers or craft scissors I have no idea how this wreath hopped in my head. My goal was to find a bath soap holder. One of those plastic containers to keep the ... Read the Post
Remember the stack of receipts stacked on a nail next to the cash register? I always wanted the job of pushing paper receipts on the nail. Making this modern paper tree solved that desire. And the wood beads made it quick to make. This paper tree turned out very different than the picture in my head. But I love the modern style with the wood. Print the 12 pages on beige or white paper. I used white paper. The printable is at the bottom of the post. Cut out ... Read the Post
The hardest part of this modern farmhouse tree decor is grabbing the rolls of toilet paper at just the right time. We’ve had a blast with the toilet paper pumpkins, so I decided to recreate the idea. This time make a Christmas tree instead. I grabbed a new roll of paper. Now, this part is ridiculous to me, but we have four bathrooms. Actually, one is a powder room. That leaves 2 extras bathrooms with toilets that sit unused ninety-eight percent of the time. And how does a rarely used ... Read the Post
Today I’m sharing a snowman decor idea that’s adorable, inexpensive and takes less than 30 minutes to make unless your cat helps. I don’t have a cat to help, but I do have an Otis. Think about those times when you see something, and it inspires something completely different. Like seeing a bunch of juniper berries under the tree after a wind storm and that night, you make blueberry pancakes for dinner. I saw three balls of white twine and saw a snowman. Make the twine balls the ... Read the Post
If you have little beads and bobbles leftover from craft projects, here’s a fun way to use them. Make a strand of thankful beads to weave around your Thanksgiving centerpiece. But, for those that don’t have a jar of leftover beads, this idea is, without a doubt, a great place to start beading projects. And, it keeps the little ones busy while you’re figuring out how to cut away the burnt pieces from the turkey. I find wooden beads on Amazon. These are the main sizes I use for ... Read the Post
I’m having a massive issue with Santa! He’s invading fall. It was bad enough he walks into our Thanksgiving dinner. Now two days into fall and everything turned red, green, and jingle bells. I want autumn! If you do too, you will appreciate this little white pumpkin decor. As a blogger, I should create and inspire at least a month in advance. So, I figure I have a couple of weeks still to make fall decor. Wool Dryer Balls Four feet of twine for each pumpkin An extra-long ... Read the Post
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