I was looking for some cute framed sayings to add to my bathroom decor and I really didn’t like anything I came across in the stores. I decided to make my own printable bathroom wall art.
Then, I remembered that my daughter had given me some white, 8×10 frames for Christmas last year and I figured maybe I should just make something to print out to tie the distressed frames to. Continue Reading →
The sky’s the limit when you create a gift basket. You can purchase smaller go-together items, relatively cheap and packaged them together, to make a perfect gift. Here are 57 Theme Gift Basket Ideas to consider… Continue Reading →
I have seen recycled plate garden flowers in high upscale galleries in tourist towns, like Door County, Wisconsin for a few years now. The price tag on the glass flowers is outrageous. Generally running almost $50.00. So, I set out to learn how they were made and try my hand at making my own. Continue Reading →
While walking through a local craft fair my daughter and I had seen jewelry and keychains made from recycles aluminum cans. We decided at that point we wanted to know how to cut a metal can for jewelry and crafts.
These single use body sugar scrub cubes are extremely easy to make and are just what the doctor ordered to get rid of my dry patches of winter skin. while the glycerin adds the right touch of moisturizer back into my skin. Continue Reading →
I found a Scrabble tile necklace at a craft show that I HAD to know how to make them for myself. They used a photo on their pendant and I thought that the photo pendants would make cute, personalized gifts for my family and friends.
Happy Tuesday! I have been playing around with some graphics and as a thank you to my social media followers and visitors to my site, I created a free french floral print download for your home decor needs. Print out the design and enjoy!!
My daughter is addicted to shower jellies. However, they were becoming a large expense when we had to order them from a large, well known company. We made a video for her last shower jellies recipe she made. Which was a success.
I have been making these glass ornaments for years. Both as gifts to give away and also to sell at craft fairs. I found them to be easy projects that my children enjoyed doing.
Personally, I liked the price. Even at full price the bulbs cost $4.99 for 12. I have never personally paid full price. I wait for a half off sale or until the end of the season. Last year, I was able to get 6 boxes at a whopping 25 cents a box.
The acrylic paints we have keep doubling each year. The small amount of paint left over from additional craft projects through the year, find a home with this project.
It is a simple, less than 5 minute per bulb. It is the drying time of 2-3 days that makes the project seem to last longer.
Follow the recipe for these birdseed ornaments and the next day you have sweet treat for your birds. The ornaments would make wonderful holiday gifts for friends and family as well as wedding favors for your guests. Continue Reading →
How to Build a Terra Cotta Clay Pot Garden Person. This is a creative way to spruce up your garden and use chipped or repurposed terra cotta pots. There is no “wrong” way to build a terra cotta clay pot garden person.
This was a very inexpensive Christmas gift project that I gave to my children’s teachers that became an instant sweet treat. I was able to gather all the supplies at our local Dollar Store and collected holiday coffee cups at garage sales and thrift shops for a quarter a piece. Making the grand total for each coffee cup cupcake come in at the low price tag of a dollar. Continue Reading →
These smelly jelly air fresheners would be a welcomed addition to your home. Make them up in an assortment of scents. If you use a high quality fragrance oil you can have them for months in each room of your home. Continue Reading →
My Bee Happy Necklace and would make a wonderful gift for yourself or anyone on your gift-giving list. Although I’m not making them to sell any longer – the bee charm supplier is inside for you to make your own. Continue Reading →
Who doesn’t love fresh chocolate chip cookies? You can go out and purchase just about any type of cookie jar mix you can think of but it will cost you. Instead, try making your own chocolate chip cookies in a jar at a fraction of the price you will pay at retail stores. Continue Reading →
Once you gather up the materials to make your own lip gloss and lip balms you will wonder why you waited so long. Read how to make homemade lip gloss and lip balm to get you started. Continue Reading →
Tile adds beauty, durability and value to any home. This mosaic tiled back splash is low cost but very time consuming, allow an entire week of on and off work.
This was my first home improvement project that I have ever completed, so yes, a beginner can do it. Prepare yourself for many compliments! The end result is well worth the time and effort you put forth. Continue Reading →
How to Make Fried Marble Necklaces these are inexpensive yet extremely elegant necklaces are made by baking and internally cracking ordinary marbles. Make up a few as gifts or for your next hot seller at a craft fair. Either way you will receive rave reviews and plenty of wonderful compliments. Continue Reading →