I am so excited to share a project that I have been wanting to tackle for awhile. A couple weeks ago I asked a friend about coming over to make ornament wreaths with me. I spent a week gathering vintage ornaments at a few different thrift stores. Making the wreath really becomes inexpensive when you can by all the ornaments thrifted. Many of the boxes of ornaments only cost me $1.00 or $2.00 each.
Last week was such a busy week, for those reading who do not know me, I am the Chamber Director is our small Michigan town. The weekend following Thanksgiving we hold an annual Holiday kickoff festival in which I am in charge of. It is a lot of fun, but also a lot of work! To top last week off I also became sick the previous weekend. I am feeling much, much better now and am excited to share a little bit of Christmas inspiration from our previous home.
Happy Halloween Monday Friends! I am here today sharing a cute little Fall project!
Once or twice a year I like to host a clothing swap party. The last party I hosted I choose a "Sip & Swap" theme. Everyone was asked to bring a bottle of wine for us to "sip" while shopping through the clothes that were brought. With the "Sip & Swap" theme I thought it would be fun to do a little craft to tie into our theme. I came up with the idea of making decorative cork stoppers out of cabinet knobs.
Happy Friday! Our little guy loves to help around the house! He loves to help with cooking, cleaning, and laundry. I try my best to do little crafty projects with him from time to time so that he get get messy doing what I love! He also loves, loves playing with his toy cars. Semi … Continue reading Simple Fun with Crayons
A few weeks ago I hosted another multi-evening craft event. This month we made wine bottle tiki torches and to make it a little bit more crafty we use Armour Etch Cream to do a little glass etching on them. Sharing here: Tuesday- The … Continue reading April Craft Night: Wine Bottle Tiki Torches