This month, along with our group of blogging friends, we are participating in a Dollar Store Craft Challenge. This challenge is a fun one! I always enjoy finding ways to use dollar store items in my craft projects. Who doesn't love a good deal? Since I've been doing some crafting for the Fourth of . . .
It's time to bring out the Easter Decor! Brighten up your door with an easy to make Yarn Wreath for Easter. Adding simple embellishments to a plain yarn wreath is a fun way to add some whimsical touches to your Easter decor. . . .
Football is a huge part of my family's life. I've been an Atlanta Falcons fan since I was a child. My father passed on his love of the Falcons to me and it's still going strong. If you follow the NFL, then you know that the Conference Championship games are coming up. Atlanta will be playing Green . . .
After putting away all of my holiday decor, my front door was looking pretty dreary. I wanted something wintry, but wasn't sure exactly what I wanted to make. I purchased some faux fur in December planning on using it for a Christmas project, but that didn't happen. Rather than packing . . .
We've shared Gloria's love of white and gold decor previously. Her place is a great reflection of her style. For Christmas, she decided to use lots of white, gold and a little blush. She wanted a feather wreath to hang on a large mirror in her living room. Rather than buying one, it was time for a . . .
For the last few years, I haven't done any decorating for Halloween. We used to fill our front yard with spooky fun and Gloria and I loved to dress for Halloween while giving out treats to the neighborhood children. But, over the years, the number of little ones in our neighborhood . . .
I am so looking forward to fall, but the temperatures in Charleston remain summer like. With the days still sweltering, putting up a fall wreath just doesn't seem right, but I was ready for a change. Making a transitional wreath was the way to go. This late summer wreath . . .
This may be the easiest wreath I've ever made! It can be made for under $10 in about 10 minutes. I love how simple it is, but it gives me the coastal look I wanted in a summer wreath. . . .
Have you ever spotted a craft item that you loved and bought even though you knew it didn't match your decor? That happened to me when I saw a roll of burlap ribbon with a peacock print. I had no idea what I was going to do with it, but I bought it nonetheless. I've always loved peacock decor, but . . .
This door decor project is different than my typical wreath decor. I do love wreath making, but sometimes, a little change is good! You might recognize most of the items I used to make this if you're a frequent Dollar Tree shopper. I think it's a fun take on a spring garden wreath. . . .