These ornaments are a fun opportunity to use tinsel in a new way! Rather than wrapping the tinsel garland around the tree, wrap it around an ornament instead! This is a fun dollar store project using inexpensive tinsel and foam balls. If you like this simple project, check out these other Christmas craft ideas you can do in under an hour for under $20!
Want a clever way to use old ornaments? Then you must try this simple project that takes them off the tree and makes them the star of your table! These ornament bouquets can be made in minutes and make a beautiful Christmas centerpiece. If you like this idea, don't miss these other simple Christmas projects that you can do in under an hour for under $20.
Create a thrifty but beautiful Thanksgiving table with the help of some chalk paint and feathers. Save some of those cans from making your Thanksgiving meal and paint them with chalk paint. Fill with a variety of feathers and other fall foliage for a pretty and unique tablescape. For more simple holiday crafts that make a big impact head to my blog Design Improvised!
Need a quick wreath to put on your front door for Halloween without having to spend more than 5 minutes to make it and $10 in supplies? Then I have the wreath for you! If you like this simple idea, be sure to check out all the easy Halloween decor crafts on my blog Design Improvised.
Turn old or thrifted plates into a wall of creepy crawly spiders with this simple project using Halloween window decals! If you love this easy idea, I have a ton of simple home decor and holiday projects that make a big impact on my blog Design Improvised. Check them out!
Kids tables can be one of the most heavily used pieces of furniture in the house! After 5 years of scribbles and marks, our table needed a little update, so I used a unicorn stencil and multi-surface craft paint to create a magical table that my daughters' loved. I paired with a rainbow stenciled cork board to make them a special new creative space. You can find lots more colorful home decor projects on my blog Design Improvised!
I made these silly gourd turkeys to decorate the Thanksgiving kids table. They turned out so cute! This project is easy enough for the kids to help with if you wanted a craft activity to keep them busy while the food is in the oven. If you like this idea, don't miss my other simple Thanksgiving crafts!
I love using table runners in place of traditional table cloths for special meals. I especially love paper runners because you can roll them up and recycle them after the meal - no need to scrub out stains and wash! This table runner stenciled with pretty gold leaves is perfect for Thanksgiving. Check out my other simple fall and Thanksgiving crafts!
My two daughters share a room and I wanted to make a special sign to hang on their door. I made this simple sign from just yarn and glue. So easy! The pink variegated yarn looks especially sweet for a girls' room. Like this project? Then check out my other colorful home decor crafts - many of which you can make in under 1 hour for under $20!