Blessed Shamrock Shelf Sitter

You will need:

~surface of choice-mine is from Hobby Lobby

~scrapbook paper-mine is from Hobby Lobby

~mod podge

~sanding block

~Shamrock

~jute

~button

I found my surface in the Hobby Lobby clearance section for $1.99. I take a stroll down the clearance isle every time I go to the store. You never what kind of deals you might find! The scrapbook paper I used is also from Hobby Lobby.

The first thing I did was mod podge my scrapbook paper onto my surface and then sanded any excess paper that was hanging over.

Next, I glued on my shamrock with hot glue and E6000 both. This shamrock was from my shop last year but any shamrock will work.

To finish off my cute little shelf sitter, I added a jute bow with a button in the center.

What do you think? Easy, budget friendly, and cute, yes please! Will you be giving this one a try?

DIY Spring Printable Sign

For this project you will need:

~Surface of choice

~Antique white paint

~Mod Podge

~Spring printable-You can purchase the one I used HERE from my Etsy shop.

~Jute rope

~Buttons

The sign I am using for this project is one I found on clearance at Hobby Lobby. I always take a stroll down the clearance isle just in case I can find little signs like this to use for my crafts. I used a sanding block to sand off the a majority of the black letters.

I then painted the inside of the frame with my antique white paint to cover up the remaining black so it wouldn’t show through once I mod podged my printable down.

Next, I cut down my printable to fit inside the frame and used mod podge to adhere it to my surface.

I then took some jute rope and glued it around the inside of my frame to give it a more finished look.

Last but not least, I added brown buttons topped with smaller pink buttons in all four corners of my sign.

See how easy it is to make your own home decor without spending a fortune? Be sure to check out all of my printable bundles in my Etsy Shop HERE! They are so versatile and fun to craft with!

Hanging XOXO Heart Sign

You will need:

~Surface of choice-mine is from the Dollar Tree

~burlap hearts-Hobby Lobby

~xoxo tile letters

~bright magenta apple barrel paint

~Ribbon and raffia-optional

The first thing I did was paint my surface with my bright magenta. I used two coats on mine. As you can see, the design underneath is still showing through a bit. I’m not too worried about it! Once we get everything glued on and a bow on the top, no one will ever know!

Next, I glued my burlap hearts down alternating red and natural. I then glued my XOXO tiles onto the hearts. These letter tiles are some I had on hand from my shop. I do carry them from time to time but they are sold out at the moment. Any small letter will work for this.

Now, to finish off this cute sign, I simply made a criss-cross bow as shown below.

I then added a cute little raffia bow on top of my criss-cross bow and embellished with a couple little glitter hearts I had on hand. I believe they are from the Dollar Tree.

Dollar Tree Snow Globe Decor

You will need:

~Snow globe-Dollar Tree

~Bottle brush tree-I got a pack of 3 at Dollar Tree

~ Faux snow pebbles

~Ribbon/ric rac

~Pedestal

~Wood slice

~Hot glue-CLICK HERE for the link to my glue gun I use daily.

The first thing I did was unscrew the lid off of the snow globe and remove the plastic insert. The only reason I did that was so that my tree would fit in the globe. If you wanted to make a traditional snowblobe with liquid inside, you would need to use that piece. For this particular diy, I decided not to use liquid. Next, I took one of my brush trees and glued it to the center of the lid. Dollar Tree has several different colors and sizes of these brush trees. I am loving the blush pink color this year so I went with the pink trees.

Next, I took my little foam snow pebbles and poured some in the globe. I would say a 1/4 cup or so. Then I screwed the lid back on the globe.

I had this pedestal on hand so went ahead and glued my globe onto it.

I wanted to cover up the lid of the globe so I took some velvet ribbon trim and wrapped that around the lid followed by another layer or ric rac.

To finish off my snow globe I added a white pom pom to the top and a wood slice to the bottom.

So, what do you think? Pretty stinking’ cute, right?

Jute Rope Christmas Tree Sign

You will need:

~surface of choice

~jute rope

~mini ornament tags-Walmart

~bell

~sticks

The first thing I did was pick out the surface I wanted to use as well as piece of scrapbook paper I wanted. I am using a “Woodpile” brand frame from Hobby Lobby and some scrapbook paper I had on hand. Any kind will do. I then cut the paper to fit my frame and used mod podge to adhere it to the board.

Next, I took my jute rope and started at the bottom and worked my way up making a tree shape.

I then took more rope and lined the inside of my frame. I like to do this when my scrapbook paper doesn’t quite fit perfectly and it gives it a more finished look!

Now, it’s time to embellish! I found these cute little ornament tags at Walmart and thought they would be perfect for this project!

And of course, a bell for the top of the tree!

For the stem of my tree, I used three little pieces of sticks I had. Again, anything will work. Don’t overthink it!

Cute, fun, and easy just like we like it! Will you be giving this one a try?

DIY Pom Pom Boo Sign

You will need:

-surface of choice, mine came from Hobby Lobby

-Yarn pom poms-Dollar Tree

-Spouncer

-black and lime green paint

-Halloween fabric and embellishments if bow is desired

-hot glue gun- click HERE for the link to the one I use daily!

The first thing I did was take my pouncer and used the black paint to make the letter “B” with polka dots. Once the black had dried, I then used my lime tree color paint to add polka dots between all of the block dots. I added glitter to the black dots at first and then decided I didn’t care for that look so went over the black dots again to cover up the glitter!

Next, I glued on two pom poms for the letter “O”. I believe I found these Halloween colored poms at the Dollar Tree. Super fun to use for Halloween crafts!

Now it’s time for the bow! I used some Halloween fabric I had on hand and some black glittery vine to make a simple criss cross bow. I tore the fabric into 1 inch pieces about 4 inches long each and added in some of the black vine as well. Then to finish off the bow, I added a purple button!

This is the black vine I used in the bow. I found this at Michaels and has been a fun addition to my craft stash for sure!

BOO! Do you love how it turned out? So fun and easy!