Inspired by botanical art, these creations can easily be put together in multiples to create an unusual gift to give to family and friends. This project features natural twigs and greenery that could be gathered on a stroll on a chilly afternoon. You can capture some of the beauty of[Read more]
Bring light to dark winter months with unique holiday oil lamps. They make wonderful hostess gifts and the semi-precious stones add a bespoke touch. This is one of my favorite uses for small, clear, thrifted bottles – make them into oil lamps! It’s so easy and a beautiful way to[Read more]
Bring the light and cheer of the holiday season to your table by creating your own elegant centerpiece on a budget!
DIY Hanging Pegboard Bundt Cake Bar
There’s no better way to find unique Halloween decor than to make it yourself. Create your own creepy-cool Halloween gallery wall using upcycled botanical and anatomy books! A few months ago I purchased an inexpensive book of vintage skeletons images with the intention of framing them for a spooky Halloween[Read more]
Add a little greenery to your spring table this year with adorable grass place card holders.
Make your St. Patrick’s Day a little more magical with a beautiful moss and shamrock-covered wreath. It’s embellished with a kiss of gold leaf and sparkling quartz crystals also known as faerie wands.
These glam wine bottles are very easy to make using any bottled wine, and they’re a memorable way to add some sparkle to your Valentine’s Day (or Galentine’s Day) celebrations! To get started you’ll only need 5 supplies, and that’s including the wine bottles!
This sweet decoration is quick to make with items and supplies you can find almost anywhere at this time of year, but a good place to start looking is the seasonal aisle at your local craft store. There you’ll find adorable stickers and floral embellishments to create this Valentine’s Day[Read more]
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with these easy-to-make cupcake toppers! They are simply made with dollar store plastic animal figurines, nontoxic gold paint, toothpicks, and colorful ribbon. Chinese New Year begins on February 5th, and celebrates 2019’s Year of the Pig. According to the Chinese zodiac, the pig is a[Read more]