Make a pretty spring farmhouse floral box using a thrift store find and inexpensive faux flowers or fresh cut flowers. Keep your seasonal decor budget friendly with these tips. I enjoy seasonal decor, but I don't like to spend much money on new decor each season. Reusing items you have on hand . . .
Collecting vintage milk glass is something I enjoy. I love finding ways to use it in my seasonal decor. For this year's spring mantel, I'm using an assortment of vases, candle holders, plates, and bowls. Using items you have on hand is the best way to create budget friendly decor. Mixing and . . .
With spring upon us, it's time to freshen up our home with some pretty and colorful decor. Use an assortment of faux flowers and stems to create an easy DIY Floral Spring Wreath. You can make a spring wreath in about 15 minutes and no glue is needed! . . .
Making your own spring wall art is not only budget friendly, it's easy, too. Use items you have on hand to create a one of a kind piece. I used saved wine corks and faux greenery sprigs to make a fun spring carrot for this DIY Spring Wall Art piece. . . .
Happy May Day! A DIY May Day Basket with Tulips is a pretty way to dress up your door for the month and I think we could all use a little bit of pretty right now. . . .
I'm delighted to share a collection of 15 DIY Gifts for Mom from some talented bloggers. Many of these can be made using items you might have on hand. . . .
Make a Photo Holder for a Mother's Day Gift using a Dollar Store Sign. All you'll need is paint, a brush, and a clip for a budget friendly idea. . . .
Dollar Store Coasters Makeover for a Mother's Day Gift is an easy and inexpensive craft. These would be great for a gift basket filled with other items. . . .
Easy DIY Beeswax Candles are quick to make and they are a great gift for Mother's Day. You can easily make an assortment of colors and sizes. . . .
A Stenciled Floor Mat is an easy way to use a dollar store item and add a little spring to your decor. Use a stencil and paint for this simple idea. . . .