St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, so I made these cute mini ceramic pots into a leprechaun’s hats! Here what you need: Can of green spray paint Mini ceramic planters Black craft paper Gold/yellow foam craft paper Hot glue gun Four leaf clover cut outs Just spray pain the pots, let them dry. […]

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Spice up those Mason Jars

Mason jars have been all the rage lately and we all see those cute spruced up jars and wonder how you do it. Well I have a couple easy and quick spruces to give your mason jars that wont break your piggy bank (or mason bank, lol). Most of us have a hot glue gun […]

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Minecraft Valentines

If you have kids, chances are they are in love with Minecraft! These are some easy, inexpensive diy valentines you and your little one can do together. All printables needed are here. There are two different cards, each with different candy that works best. See the picture below for what candy to use with what […]

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Jar of love notes

With Valentine’s day just around the corner I try to find special things to do for the ones I love. You can either find a jar with a chalkboard label on it or just make one yourself by taping off a square with painters tape and either painting or spray painting with chalkboard paint. For […]

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Valentine’s Day Chalkboard Art

Here are some great ideas for your various chalkboards for Valentines Day. I like to get or make smaller chalkboards so I can scatter them around the house for Holidays or cute little notes to my kids. The “Be my Valentine” in written on a silver platter that I got from Goodwill and spray painted with […]

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Wine tastings 101

I love having wine tastings with the ladies. I am always looking for little things that separate mine from the rest. This sign is made out of a wooden headboard I got from a garage sale for 5 bucks, which I spray painted with chalk board paint. The tray is a Goodwill find I got […]

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Table toppers for book lovers

We all have those books lying around that we are either currently reading or is on your mental list for reading again. These are some great ways to keep them handy that don’t get in your way. I have these two on the sides of my couch for décor and convenience. You can use any […]

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Organize for 10 dollars or less!

There are great finds at your local dollar store. I picked up 4 glass vases and some random sized glass containers, some with lids. I always have a few extra baskets lying around so I threw everything in one I wasn’t using, and tada! You could even leave them out of the basket and just line them […]

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Dessert Bar

  This is a great way to showcase your desserts. We did this one for our Open House at work, and it was a hit! The clear plastic square cups are filled with small pieces of different types of cake covered with a whipped frosting and decorative edibles. This way your guests can enjoy a […]

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Shimmer Mason Light

Simple, cute and inexpensive craft to keep your home glowing all through the year! Spray mason jar with clear frosting spray paint. Before it dries sprinkle on your choice of glitter color. I found the lighter colors work best. Let dry, about 30 minutes. Place a flameless tea light inside and place on your mantle, bookshelf […]

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