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  • It’s that time of year again, getting colder and spending more time indoors. But who says there aren’t plenty of fun projects to keep you and your family busy!?


    Here's what you need.


    A tin can, a nail, a copy of your desired shape on a heavy paper, a hammer, a tea light and if you don’t prefer the color of aluminum, you’ll also need a can of spray paint.


    Freeze water inside the tin can first, so that when you use the hammer it doesn’t dent the can. Lastly, dot the outline with permanent marker so you have the exact framework for the hammer to punch the holes.


    It’s an inexpensive and beautiful Fall project!


    Start by painting both ends of all but one cork. After they are dry arrange the corks in rows, making it in a pumpkin shape and hot glue them together. Then take the unpainted cork and cut it in half. Hot glue it on top as the stem. Then cut leaf shapes out of the green felt and hot glue them on the sides on the stem cork. Lastly, tie a short length of twine around the stem to resemble the vine. This craft is also inexpensive, fun, and will surely prove for tons of compliments!


    For even more projects you might like click here !

  • Celebrating Mom!

    Monday, May 09, 2016

    Mother's Day has come and gone. But we believe that our mom's should be celebrated ANY day! We all know how it goes. What to get? What to do? You don't want to do the same old thing, and she tells you not to spend any money! 

    Here are a few ideas we think that she will love, and will barely cost you a dime! 

    For the wine lovers, this is a gift you can't go wrong with. A wine cork vase! Get some wood glue, and shape the vase any way you like. It's classy, fun and something your mom will cherish for years to come! If you want to, pair it with a bottle of her favorite wine, and you'll be golden!

    Looking for something a little more from the heart? How about grabbing a deck of cards and writing on each of them the reasons why you love her. Hole punch them and tie together with ribbon, labeling the top card "52 Reasons Why I Love Having You for a Mom"! This is sure to melt her heart, and show how much you really appreciate her.

    Another idea that is a balance between the first two is a photo key chain. You can do this for each of your mothers children, or even grandchildren. She will love carrying this around and be able to show off her family!

    We want to hear about some of your ideas! 


  • Summer Fun with DIY Projects

    Sunday, May 08, 2016
    Summer is coming, and with that comes the pool parties, BBQ picnics and more! Here are a few fun ideas we found to spruce up those 4th of July get together's! 

    Patriotic Wreath - 
    Supplies Needed:
    • Box Wire Wreath Frame
    • Wood Stars Cutouts
    • Acrylic Paint or Spray Paint (red, white and blue)
    • Wood Glue
    • Clothespins - amount varies, depending on size of wreath
    You can either hand paint the clothespins and stars, or spray paint them. After they dry, clip them on in any pattern you prefer. After the pins are arranged, glue the stars to the pins, again in any pattern you wish.



    It's a unique and fun project that everyone will love doing!

    4th of July Fruit and Cheese Tray  - This one is pretty self explanatory, but so much fun!




    Patriotic Table Decor - 
    Supplies Needed:
    • 3 Mason Jars (multiply as needed per table)
    • Daisy's
    • Food Coloring
    • Water

    4th of July Rice Krispies Treats - 
    This one is simple too and takes just a little more time and a few more dirty dishes than your regular rice krispies treats!

    You will do this in layers, so when mixing your butter and marshmallows with rice krispies on the stove top, simply add a few drops of food coloring. The middle layer, cook as usual with no coloring. Festive and yummy!

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