Make a pretty Christmas Tea Cup Candy dish using an old tea cup. Making a lid for it is simple and only takes a few items. Fill it with colorful candy for a pretty display over the holidays. . . .
It's time for our monthly blog challenge! Every month a group of blogging friends participate in a challenge hop. This month, we've all created a dollar store Christmas craft. We're sharing a super easy DIY Beaded Candle Wrap. This was a quick, easy, and very inexpensive craft to put together! . . .
I hope you're all having a wonderful holiday season. It's unseasonably warm in Charleston, but that's not stopping us from sipping hot cocoa and gathering around the tree. For the first time, I'm sharing a home tour. This is something I've planned on doing in other years, but I finally took the time . . .
This year, I've decided to add lots of small DIY trees to my holiday decor. I've been busy making several different kinds. October is the perfect time for Christmas DIY projects for me. This one is stacked felt, done in all white to give the image of a snow covered tree. Living in the coastal south, . . .
If you have looked at any of my posts, you've seen that I like to use twine for lots of purposes. I love the look and it's so easy and inexpensive to work with. I decided to create my own variation of a twine snowman. It wasn't until I was all set to make one that I stopped to wonder why a snowman . . .