Make a simple piece of DIY Fall Decor Using Cricut. I love the look of small seasonal signs that I see at every home goods store. I don't always love the prices though. Using an inexpensive thrift store find, making my own is easy. . . .
Summer is time to bring out some fun decor pieces. This summer wall art flip flop sign is an easy project to make using a cutting machine or any vinyl adhesive stickers. . . .
Making Engagement Party Favors for Mini Bottles is a fun way to say thanks for coming to your guests. Using a Cricut made designing and printing them easy. . . .
Creating Bubbly Bar Decor for an Engagement Party is a fun way to serve drinks to your guests. For Gloria and Georges recent party, they decided to have a champagne bar with an assortment of juices. This made it easy for guests to create their own favorite mixture of flavors. . . .
Using wood blocks for seasonal decor is nothing new, but I put my own spin on them and created a Wood Blocks and Bunny Easter Decor piece. Using scrap wood and a bunny from my craft stash kept the cost of this very low. That's always great for seasonal decor pieces. . . .
Finding wood signs at thrift stores is a great way to keep projects budget friendly. This Pallet Wood Bathroom Wall Decor started out as a sign that needed a makeover to fit Gloria's decor. Using my Cricut, I transformed it into a fun piece of wall art for her. . . .
Making a live laugh love vinyl on wood sign was an inexpensive makeover of a clearance rack sign. Paint and vinyl letters were all it took to have the sign fitting in with my decor. . . .
Make a simple Valentine's Day decor piece using wood blocks and vinyl letters. This can be made quickly and they look great for Valentine's Day. The best part for me is that I had all of the items I needed in my craft stash. . . .
Making this Merry and Bright Christmas Party Caddy was an easy makeover for the caddy that I used for Halloween. It's a fun way to hold paper and plastic plates that we'll use for snacking throughout the season when we have guests over. . . .
Putting together a Thanksgiving tablescape is something I enjoy each year. I love mixing and matching items I already have to create a new look. Combining some vintage items with some dollar store and thrift store find makeovers can help you create a unique Thanksgiving tablescape with wood leaf . . .