In this video we show you how to make an easy Christmas wreath with paper.
We are having a Halloween party this year and before I get to all the house cleaning and yard work, well I had to make a few decorations! With these upcycled pumpkins I am calling the front display complete. And I am out of excuses for postponing my other chores.
Sometimes furniture just needs a little face lift. And sometimes you need that dresser or nightstand to be just a little taller. We've got you covered!In the past we have added legs to so many different things. But it never has been easy. Until we came across this sweet little tool!
I love making something different or new with recycled items. This is how you make something ugly and we throw away everyday into something to use in your home. Holiday wreaths do not have be just the traditional colors. I used lots of color and left over trinkets to make this wreath in an area in my home that needed a pop of fun color for Christmas. It hangs on a boring door that leads into my pantry to the garage. It makes me smile everyday. It is very inexpensive to make and will last for years.
Dried orange slices are lovely to use in Christmas crafts and décor such as wreaths, table decorations and garlands. Although they are available in the shops to buy, they are super simple to make at home. Not only does it work out way cheaper making them yourself, they will also make your home smell divine while you do!
I wanted to share with you one of my NEW favorite DIY projects, thisStarburst Paper Wreath. I have been in love with paper wreaths for a while now.I just adore the layers & folds and the texture. I have seen them done afew different ways but I liked the accordion style the best. I kinda winged it but I have to say this is SUPER easy, it just takes a little time. If you click the link below itshows my full tutorial. So if you findan hour or so, put on some music & CREATE away:). You could even do a girlscraft night with this project.
Hooray for more holiday treats! I am sure you have seen a good ornament wreath before, but why not make one exactly the size and colors that you want? This ornament wreath is not only super customizable, but super easy too! You only need some pool noodles (YES, POOL NOODLES), ornaments, loads of hot glue and dried greenery to create this beauty! Add some lights for a pretty glow and you are seriously set for a nice mantle piece.
Rose Gold is hugely popular not only in jewelry but also in home decor. I was thrilled to see rose gold ornaments at Dollar Tree and knew immediately that I wanted to make an ornament wreath.
Forget about wreath forms and fancy supplies... This dollar store hack will enable you to make wreaths lightning fast, with just botanical clippings and natural jute twine.
Want to learn how to make this gorgeous Christmas Deco Mesh Wreath with an in depth tutorial? Watch LIVE on Hometalk at 10 AM EST On Saturday, October 7th!We want to help you DIY, so some of the materials in this post are linked to sellers. Just so you know, Hometalk may collect a small share of sales from the links on this page.Follow the steps below.Want more free tutorials? Follow me on my social media accounts below!
Deciding on a coffee table style is hard, y’all. Like, I have seriously been back-and-forth about what type of coffee table I want in this space probably since we moved in about three years ago. For a while I wanted a tufted ottoman but then decided that wasn’t super practical with two kids who like to rub food and crayons on everything. Then I wanted something more modular that could double as seating when people came over but again changed my mind. Ultimately I decided that a DIY farmhouse style coffee table would be the best fit for my space. This coffee table is both beautiful and functional and I will walk you through how to make your own!
These pumpkins are so cute. They are super versatile and take under an hour to make.Depending on the size and the amount of pumpkins you do this project can take you from 20 minutes to 2 hours to make. (not including setting times) A small 6″ pumpkin will be in the 20 minute range. Take into consideration that I mixed my concrete in small batches by hand (with a metal spoon). So it took a bit longer than if I would of had a mixing attachment to help mix my concrete. I’m sure that would shorten my projects time almost in half.Total Cost : $17-$20.(price may very. Depending on what you already have at home. My pumpkins cost me around $17 to make)