Well it’s getting dinner time. So while it’s cooking, I’m going to show you this really easy craft you can do for Thanksgiving or Christmas..You can literally do this in about 10 minutes.
I purchased this beautiful console that goes perfectly in my family room! One of the doors hardware was fitted terribly. Didn't match up, couldn't open, etc. I called the company, instead of sending out different hardware, they sent me another door. .
Hi there! Well summer is almost over and I hope you have lots of fun memories. When my sons were young we spent many vacations at the beach! It was so much fun building sandcastles, body surfing, and collecting shells. Well here is another idea I had with what to do with some of those shells you have been holding on to.
So I’m getting the house ready for sale and find myself looking all around the house for projects that have to be done. Yesterday, I had a pretty productive day!The first project I wanted to get done was the laundry sink. It is a mess!!
Hi there! Mariah (11 years old) came over yesterday, she was on a mission. With a large canvas in hand, she asked if I would help her make a bulletin/chalkboard for her room. I’m still not driving, so we had to go with what I have on hand.We started by painting half of the canvas with Rustoleum Chalkboard Paint. Be sure to stir really well.
Summertime I think of the ocean. Thoughts of putting my feet in the sand, looking for shells, building sandcastles, and listening to the surf.I have seen different tutorials online on how to create the sea glass effect.I had heard of this product, Krylon Sea Glass, and I just had to try it! I had purchased a glass cylinder at Dollar Tree, and made a cut out of a sea horse. I didn’t have any tape, which I would suggest you use, so I used some Elmers glue, and just put little dabs of it around the sea horse: