Easy DIY Loom-Knit Boot Cuffs


I got a new pair of boots for Christmas.  I adore them!  So naturally, I have had my eye on some cute boot socks or boot cuffs to wear with them.  I don’t knit or crochet though, so I was thinking I might have to bite the bullet and BUY some… until it occurred to me, I bet I could knit some on my loom!  Yes, the classic kids’ craft, loom knitting.  And it worked out so well!  In about {Read More}

Last Minute Christmas Crafts: Santa Gift Pails


Are you rushing around trying to figure out a few last minute gifts for those on your list?  I have a great solution for you!  Decorate a small storage pail then add candy, cookies, or any small item to make these quick and easy Santa Christmas crafts.  These cute Christmas crafts take minutes to assemble but will make your recipient “Ho Ho Ho” in appreciation. Supplies needed to make your own Santa gift Christmas crafts: Small Storage Pail Square Rhinestone {Read More}

DIY Mason Jar Solar Lights


If y’all read my personal blog, you know that I am in love with mason jars.  I jumped at the chance to play with the mason jar solar lids on ConsumerCrafts for a project.  These DIY mason jar solar lights are perfect for all winter long.  Just add different fill to the inside for all seasons. These would also be a fun addition to any outdoor decor, or even lighting for a winter party. Supplies needed to make your own {Read More}

Simple and Festive Paper Garland


Are you looking for a simple, kid friendly craft that will add some fun to your holiday decor?  Look no further – with only a few supplies, you can make a pretty and festive paper garland in no time. Grab some holiday themed scrapbook paper and a few embossing folders, and you can make tons of fabulous paper decor pieces! Each individual paper garland will be unique and you can mix and match whatever paper and patterns you’d like to {Read More}

How-To: Mason Jar Luminaries


Today, I’ll show you how to make these pretty luminaries to add a little extra sparkle to your holiday decor. You can create your own designs using your  favorite stencils – or making your own! I originally tried to use a glass etching process, however the green tint on the glass prevents the etching cream from working properly, so instead, I’ll show you how to make an etched-look using Mod Podge and fine glitter. Let’s get started! Supplies needed to {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}

Cinnamon Stick Tree Ornaments


Oh Christmas Tree!  Oh Christmas Tree!  I am so excited to be working on Christmas craft projects.  It truly is the most wonderful time of the year {hee-hee}.  Well, it’s my absolute favorite time of the year.  I love the cold weather and I enjoy making homemade tree ornaments, gifts, sweets and more!  Today, I thought I’d share a super fun and simple ornament tutorial with all of you — and guess what?  It’s kid friendly too!  Cinnamon Stick Tree {Read More}

Holiday Decorations: DIY Gold Leaf Trees


Add some sparkle to your holiday decorations with these super simple DIY gold leaf trees.  Am I allowed to use simple and gold leaf in the same sentence?  When you see how I made these you will agree. Supplies needed to make your own gold leaf tree holiday decorations: Gold Metallic Leaves (it took 11 packages to make the two trees) Durafoam 9.85 inch Cone Durafoam 5.9 inch Cone Hot Glue Gun Scissors or Wire Cutters I told you it {Read More}

How to Make Soap Inspired by Snow Globes


Snow globes and Christmas seem to go together.  I thought it would be fun to make scented soap ornaments that look like little snow globes.  This is a great project for soap making beginners, and would even be a fun craft to do with older kids.  I scented my soap with a cinnamon roll fragrance…mmmm!  Read on to learn how to make soap with this fun project. Supplies needed for how to make soap snow globes: Clear Glycerin Soap Base {Read More}