Lacy’s Favorite Amazon Craft Supplies and Links

I get lots of questions on where I get some of my favorite craft supplies that I use on my live videos so I have put together a blog post to make it easier for you all to find these products with one click! I have included the link for the these products so all you have to do is click on my affiliate link and it will take you straight to the product.

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These are my favorite paint pens that I use a lot during my lives!
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I love to craft with these half wooden beads!
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If I am buying wood beads in bulk these are my go to. I also like to grab them at Hobby Lobby if I can find them on clearance.
affiliate link-https://amzn.to/3wfhL2K
This is my cordless glue gun that I use in all of my live videos. I have had this for over two years and it is still going strong!
affiliate link-https://amzn.to/3rEaQwo
A good set of paint brushes is a must for me. This set includes several different styles of brushes for any project!
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I have used the skeleton keys on several projects and you all have loved them!
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Jute twine is a staple for any crafter, right? I use this regular jute twine all the time and I also like to use the jute rope as well. You can find that at this link https://amzn.to/2QW2Jic
affiliate link-https://amzn.to/3dhNY0E
And last but not least is raffia! This sure makes a mess but I just love the look of it on any project!

I hope this compiled list of some of my favorite Amazon supplies makes it easier to shop these items and inspires you to create something beautiful!

-Lacy

Dollar Tree Faux Succulent Arrangement

Finished Dollar Tree galvanized pail with faux suculents

Supplies:

Galvanized pail-Dollar Tree

Faux succulents-Dollar Tree

Floral foam-Dollar Tree

galvanized pail with faux succulents
floral foam

This craft may just be one of the easiest and most budget friendly crafts I have done. These are my favorite crafts to do! All of the items I used came from the Dollar Tree.

The first thing I did was put my piece of floral foam into my galvanized pail.

Now it’s time to start adding in the succulent picks. I like to start with by tallest picks first and then add the rest in until I have covered all of the bare spots.

succulent in floral foam in galvanized pail
faux succulents in galvanized pail
faux succulents in galvanized pail
faux succulents
Finished faux succulent arrangement in galvanized pail
Finished Dollar Tree galvanized pail with faux suculents

Can you believe you can create such cuteness will only Dollar Tree items? Pretty awesome, right? I hope this inspires you to create some of your own cuteness on a budget!

Lraedesign Bow Tutorials

I get lots of questions on how I make my bows so I thought I would put a blog post together that has two of my favorite go to bow tutorials.

The first bow that I will be sharing with you is my fluffy bow. You can follow the think below to watch my tutorial. I like to use this bow on bigger projects like porch signs or wreaths.

CLICK HERE FOR MY FLUFFY BOW TUTORIAL!

The next bow that I use quite often is my crisscross bow! This bow is super quick and easy! I promise, even if you think your not a very good bow maker, you will be able to do this one! This is my go to bow for smaller projects. You can also adjust the size of this bow simply by adjusting the lengths of your ribbons or by adding additional pieces of ribbon to the base of the bow.

CLICK HERE TO SEE MY CRISSCROSS BOW TUTORIAL!

I hope this inspires you to get crafty and have some fun with your bow making!

DIY “Ho Ho Ho” Christmas Sign

You will need:

-board of choice-I found mine at Hobby Lobby

-letters to spell “ho ho ho”-I got mine at Hobby Lobby

-Apple Barrel paint-I used “Tuscan Red” and “Christmas Green”

-Embellishments of choice-I found the truck I used at Hobby Lobby

-Ribbon if a bow is desired

-E6000

-Hot Glue Gun-Click HERE for the affiliate link for the one I use on my live videos.

The first thing I did was paint all of the “H” letters with my “Tuscan Red” color and all of the “O” letters with my “Christmas Green” color. Any paint will work for this.

Once my letters were dry I used E6000 and hot glue to secure them down. If you don’t plan on using your sign outside then you would be fine just using the hot glue, however, if you plan to use your sign outside, you will want to use the E6000 to adhere your letters. The reason for me using both is so that the hot glue will secure the letters down while the E6000 cures as it takes up to 24 hours to fully cure.

Once I had my letters and my truck glued down I moved on to the bow. You can watch my bow tutorial HERE or you can follow the pictures below to make it also.

Once I had my bow made I stapled it to my sign! If your not a bow maker or just don’t want to take the time to make one you could certainly just buy one to use. They have some super cute ones at the store for sure!

And just like that you have an adorable Christmas sign you can use outdoors as porch decor or indoors for wall decor.

Mini Scrap Wood Scarecrow

You will need:

*Piece of scrap wood-I used a small piece of a 2×4

*Burlap

*Jute twine

*Paint-whichever colors you prefer

*Paintbrushes

*Glue Gun-Here’s my affiliate link for the cordless glue gun I use.

The first thing I did was wrap my burlap around the top half of my board for the hat. I did fold the bottom inch or so over to make a brim for the hat.

Once I had the hat glued on I took a piece of jute twine and tied a little bow on the top of the hat to bunch it together.

Now, it’s time for the paint! I like to use smaller paint brushes for this. I started with the eyes and worked my way down the face. I used a round spouncer for the rosy cheeks but if you don’t have one you can certainly just use a paint brush to make them.

Once I had my face painted on, I then made a little raffia bow to stick on the brim of the hat.

DIY Terracotta Pot Candy Jar

Supplies I used:
*Small terracotta pot with base
*Glass globe-Dollar Tree
*Wooden ball knob
*Acrylic paint- I used tahiti blue and cranberry for my colors
*Paint brush
*Spouncer
*E6000-Click here for affiliate link
*Ribbon and twine

I started out by painting my terracotta pot and the base with my teal color. Once those had dried, I then took my small spouncer to add polka dots to my pot. I also used this same color to paint by knob.

Next, I used E6000 to adhere my knob to the top of the base of the pot and also my glass globe to the bottom side of my pot. Remember that E6000 takes a minimum of 24 hours to fully cure.

Next, I took some buffalo check ribbon and some jute twine and wrapped them around the jar to make a cute little bow. Now, this would be super cute if you painted/decorated your candy jar using certain holiday colors/themes but I wanted one that I could use year round so that’s why I chose not to this time. This would also be a fun project to do with your kiddos!

Stinkin’ cute and easy, right? Will you be making one of these cuties?