One of my favorite things to do on the weekend is to hunt the local thrift stores. This is especially true around Christmas time. I love finding things to use in my decorating. Sometimes I find holiday bargain finds that surprises even me. I ask myself “someone really didn’t want this?” as I tuck my prize under my arm. Check out three of my all-time favorite holiday bargain finds and
One of the things I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to do is to mimic designer looks. I especially love it when its a cheap, easy DIY. I mean what’s not to love right. Well, today I’m gonna show you how I took $30 and turned into a $300 designer coffee table. Watch how I get a $300 look from a Dollar Store Coffee Table. I know you are gonna love this
Have you ever seen a product that just spoke to you? You wanted it. Really wanted it, but … The price tag was out of orbit. Well today, I am finally taking on a DIY project that has been years in the making. As it turns out, it took me longer to complete this post than the project itself. Here is how I created my DIY Juju Hat. You won’t
Don’t you just love it when a project comes together? I sure do! And so it was with my recent project. I am currently helping my son to design his newish apartment. This is one of the easiest projects I’ve ever done. Check out how I paired two thrift store finds and how to create an easy custom lampshade – in minutes.
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New Year’s Eve Glasses
Yesterday I posted this project on Facebook. I actually created this New Year’s Eve Glasses project a couple of years ago for my childcare kids. It was so much fun and SO EASY that I kinda make it a point of making them every year now. Since posting it I have received so many questions on how to create the glasses that I thought I would write a quick post to show just how easy it is to create these fun New Year’s Eve Glasses.
Here’s how to create these SUPER EASY New Year’s Eve Glasses and bring in the New Year in fashion. [Read More…]
As a sewing pattern hoarder (my husband’s words), I have collected quite a few patterns. So much so that I can’t even keep track of what I have anymore. I needed a solution that would allow me to create a custom pattern catalog for my sewing patterns. I finally found the EASIEST way for me to organize sewing patterns. Keep reading for how I created a custom pattern catalog in 3 SUPER EASY steps.
I love my Cricut. And anyone who knows me knows I mean that! One of the reasons why I love it so much is because no other appliance I own inspires me like my Cricut. I mean I have a mixer but it doesn’t inspire me to make a cake. Not even my sewing machine inspires me as much as my Cricut. Sewing Pattern on a Cricut
Ok, I guess I’ve rambled on enough about my beloved Cricut (just kidding, I gush more later).
Today I want to share with you yet another reason why I want to be buried with my Cricut. Ok, that was a bit dramatic, but in this post, I will show you why I’m so passionate about my Cricut Explore.