DIY Sunburst Mirror


Sunburst mirrors have become quite popular over the last few years. They give a room a nice modern touch and usually come in gold, which I’ve recently started incorporating a lot of in my decor. Sunburst mirrors usually range between $75 to $300 depending on the store and style. Today I’m going to share how to create your own DIY sunburst mirror for under $20. Follow along as I show you how! Supplies needed to make your own DIY sunburst {Read More}

Last Minute Easter Gifts: Mason Jar Treats With Printable


With Easter quickly approaching I’ve started putting together a few last minute Easter gifts for our daughter’s teachers at school. She has 3 main teachers and 3 assistant teachers. That’s a lot of teacher Easter gifts to put together! We like to keep things simple and go with what we love best..mason jars! Mason jar gifts are my favorite kind of gifts to give. They’re perfect for all sorts of occasions and can be embellished in a variety of ways. {Read More}

Pottery Barn Knockoff: DIY Burlap Easter Flag


Easter is quickly approaching and I’m ready to bust out the spring decor now that the weather is warming up. This year I’m sprucing up my front porch and walkway with some handmade decor like this lovely burlap Easter flag! My inspiration for this burlap Easter flag came from Pottery Barn. Theirs is a large flag with a “Happy Easter” sentiment at the bottom. I kept mine simple with a stenciled bunny and white pompom for the tail. You could {Read More}

DIY Storage Mason Jar Accessories


My guest bathroom is constantly evolving. I paint and change the theme more often than any other room in my house. I usually try to keep my decor neutral so that it will match any of my new paint colors. Neutral accessories saves me from buying new decor each time I change it up. I recently tried the new Silhouette printable cotton canvas and it’s perfect for using as labels to create fun mason jar accessories. I created labels with {Read More}

Polka Dot Glitter DIY Candles


I was fascinated with glitter growing up. I remember glittering anything and everything I could. I’m sure it drove my mother crazy seeing glitter all over the place but I couldn’t help it. Even now I still find myself enjoying glitter projects. Now that my children enjoy playing with glitter, I can somewhat relate to my mother’s feelings towards it. While making these polka dot glitter DIY candles, I let the kids glitter shapes onto pieces of paper while I {Read More}

Pom Pom Valentine Craft Monsters


If you’re looking for an easy Valentine’s Day craft to make with the kids then you’re in luck! Today I’m sharing a tutorial on how to make pom pom valentine craft monsters with heart antennas. These are great for kids to play with at home and easy enough to make in large quantities for classroom valentines. Supplies needed to make your own pom pom valentine craft monsters: Yarn (I used Caron in Watermelon Pink and Soft Pink) Pom Pom Maker Scissors Moveable {Read More}

New Year’s Eve Party Free Printable


New Year’s Eve for us usually consists of a few board games, snacks, and the kids desperately trying to stay awake to watch the ball fall at midnight. The little ones usually don’t make it, but we always have a fun night anyway. One of our traditions is to photograph the kids and have them write down some of their favorite things from the past year and about themselves. I began this tradition when my oldest was four and have {Read More}

Magnetic Paper Doll Craft


Looking for a last minute handmade gift for little girls? Today, I’m sharing a quick tutorial on how to make a magnetic paper doll craft that’s perfect as a last minute gift idea. My daughter is currently in love with fashion, anything from layering several tutus and countless accessories, to coordinating outfits for her dolls. She’s at such a fun age and I’m learning how to help her grow into her new independent stage of dressing herself. Since she’s enjoying {Read More}

DIY Rustic Christmas Ornaments


I’m pretty sure I’ve mentioned this before, but it seems like my style changes every year. As much as I would like to buy new holiday decor every year, it’s not very budget-friendly. With new styles and color themes changing every year, I usually like the new trends and decorate accordingly. To avoid breaking the bank, I make most of my decor, which is not only cost-effective but adds a personal touch to our home and Christmas tree. These glittery {Read More}