I'm showing you how to create a beautiful DIY canvas hanging banner. This is really a great gift for any style home decor. I love to give Handmade gifts at Christmas and have been seeing these canvas hanging banners all over home decor stores. When I saw the blank hanging canvas that Chalk Couture carries, I immediately thought it would make a great gift for so many people. The cool thing is you could actually decorate the backside as well, so they could reverse it if they wanted.
I am showing you how to make a prettybottle brush tree hoop ornament with a pink tree and copper painted embroidery hoop. My Christmas tree this year will be decorated in pinks and metallics, so I went with that color scheme for this ornament. I love how it turned out and the best part is it was so simple and inexpensive.
Today I will show you just how easy it is to make pretty copper leaf Christmas ornaments with thrifted or Dollar Store ornaments. One of the things that I have wanted to try for many years was gold or copper leafing. For whatever reason, I never had a chance. So when I spotted two big bags of vintage pink Christmas ornaments at the thrift store for $3 each, I knew now was the time! You guys-I am hooked! I want to put copper leaf on all the things! I will definitely be adding it to a canvas that I made a while back. It is so easy to work with and the results are so pretty. Let me show you what I used.
Make A Pretty Fall Paper Leaf Wall Hanging using a Cricut machine, or leaf stencil. Add sea glass for a little bling. This cost just a few dollars to make! Here is what you need for supplies:Fishing LineWood Pole or StickDecorative Paper Hot Glue Gun – This is my favorite cordless glue gunSea Glass
Save those mason jar lids and let me show you how easy it is to make Buffalo Check Mason Jar Lid Christmas Ornaments. Like so many of you, I love all things mason jar. There are just so many uses for them. But, I find I use the actual mason jar and end up with a bunch of lids. I can’t be the only one right? So I decided to put the mason jar lids to good use and make adorable buffalo check ornaments.
I am sharing an Easy Ceiling Light Makeover and the best part is, it is renter friendly! You can easily remove this light and replace the original if you move again. You know those globe lights that are pretty standard in older homes? Like this one:
Halloween will be here before you know it so I thought I would work on some Halloween crafts. I love browsing the aisles at the Dollar Store to see if something inspires me. I usually don’t have a project in mind when I go there as that takes the fun out of it! The Halloween section at the Dollar Store is amazing this year! Look at these cool metallic skulls I found:
Mason jars can be used in so many different ways and these Mr. & Mrs. Scarecrow Mason Jars are just too cute! Fall is my absolute favorite Season, not only for decorating, but just in general. There is something about living in New England and the change of Seasons that really makes it special. Start with a glass mason jar.
Check out this budget friendly diy ceiling light that I made from a thrift store lamp shade. Not only is it easy and inexpensive to make, it is also renter friendly! Just put the old light back in if you move. Here is the thrift store lamp shade I picked up for $4!
I gave my daughter’s drab and tired thrift store vanity a makeover with shimmering blue metallic paint from https://decoart.com/products/ and she loves it! This is definitely my new favorite blue! You’ll see the gorgeous sheen in the photos below. The finish is so smooth and the paint goes on like a dream!