This Easy Halloween Witch Wreath was made with mostly items from the dollar store and didn’t take long at all to put together. It’s easy to create a one of a kind, budget friendly wreath.
Giving these old TV Tray Tables a fresh new look with a simple makeover means they won’t be hidden away now. I’ve had these trays for years and they do come in handy at times, but they were in need of a new look. A couple of coats of paint and stencils took them from looking old and dated to fresh and new.
This is a fun and easy way to make a fall tic tac toe board game. Using a thrifted tray, paint, and craft pumpkins and pine cones, a plain tray is easily transformed into a fun board game for fall decor.
Using plastic spoons for crafts is nothing new, but it's something that I hadn't done, so I thought I'd give it a try. Making flowers seemed like a good first time spoon craft for me. They are easy to put together and I've got several ideas in mind for using them in my spring time decor.
Pineapple Decor is found in many homes in the south and that’s especially true in Charleston. The traditions surrounding using pineapples to show hospitality are varied, but they all involve welcoming guests into our homes. Making a Welcome Pineapple Door Decor piece was a simple craft that took very little time and it’s a great alternative to a traditional door wreath.
Making a bow doesn’t have to be challenging. I’ve been making bows following a simple method for a long time. An easy way to make one is to start with wired ribbon. The method can be used for non-wired ribbon, but it doesn’t hold the shape as well. This easy step by step guide will have you making bows in no time!
I was excited when I found a small, folding piano stool at my local Goodwill store. I’ve just finished giving a makeover to a large vanity and I needed a small stool to go with it. I looked on line, but I wasn’t thrilled with the prices. I took a chance that I might find something suitable at Goodwill and when I spotted the piano stool for $7.99, I was glad I made the trip to the store. I had an idea of how I wanted the stool to look and I knew with a quick makeover, this stool would be perfect.
I love finding items at the Dollar Tree that I can use for crafts. I always find some great seasonal items there. When I spotted the red, white, and blue leis this year, I knew they would be great for a wreath.
Making this coastal wreath was easy and the best part for me was that I didn’t need to buy anything new for it. All of the items were in my craft stash or in my box of items that I know I want to repurpose. That made it a very budget friendly project.