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 Easter Gift Bag Sign

Hello friends, I wanted to share this super fun and easy Easter craft with you all! This is all stuff that I had on hand and finally decided to do something with! HaHa!

For this craft, you will need:

*Decorative gift bag-mine came from the Dollar Tree

*Surface of choice-mine came from Hobby Lobby

*Mod Podge

*Ribbon to match for the trim

*Fabric for bow

*Buttons

The first step is to cut your gift bag down to fit on your surface. Don’t worry about getting the edges perfect as we will use a skinny ribbon to trim out the edges.

Next, I simply took mod podge and glued my piece of gift bag to my surface.

As you can see, my edges are a little rough! That’s where this pink ribbon comes in handy! I believe this ribbon came from Wal-mart but just use whatever you have that matches your gift bag.

I then used some teal buttons and glued one in each of the corners to hide the seams where the ribbon comes together.

To finish it off, I took some scrap fabric and made a cute little rag bow!

Who would have thought you could make such a cute piece of decor using a Dollar Tree gift bag, right?

Blush Christmas Tree Reveal

I am so excited to finally show you all my blush Christmas tree! This tree may just be my favorite one to date! I am loving how it came together! Below are pictures for some of the items I used on my tree. Almost everything is from Hobby Lobby!

This video will show you how I always start with decorating my tree as well as talking about my favorite go to artificial flocked tree! Click HERE to watch the video!

Once I have my mesh on the tree it’s time to start added the garlands, ornaments, picks and signs!

The ornament below we made live on Facebook and you can see that video HERE! Didn’t it turn out so cute!?

Gorgeous tree topper and picks from Hobby Lobby!

Well, what do you think? Blush is definitely a popular color right now and I’m so glad I decided to go with this color scheme! So stinkin’ cute!

2022 Hobby Lobby Finds

For those of you who don’t have a Hobby Lobby close or are unable to get out and about I like to share what Hobby Lobby has available for Fall goodies each year! It’s always fun to see the new colors/patterns each season.

It’s always fun to see the different vignettes they have styled around the store.

Seriously the cutest Fall garlands!

A huge variety of picks and florals to use for crafting/decorating.

Lots of ribbons and bows to choose from!

Lots of cute Fall D├ęcor!

Huge selection of tiered tray decorations and signs!

Pumpkins, pumpkins, and more pumpkins!

Cute Fall cut-outs and crafting supplies!

Cuteness overload, right? What colors will you be using to decorate your home for Fall this year?

Thankful Wood Bead Hanging Sign

You will need:

*unfinished round wood bead hanger-mine is from Hobby Lobby

*Waverly “moss” paint-

*DIY Antique Wax-any wax will work

*burlap-mine is from Hobby Lobby

*thankful tag-comes in a pack of three from Hobby Lobby

*Apple Barrel “antique white” paint

*Fall colored raffia-Hobby Lobby

The first thing I did was paint the round part with my “moss” colored paint.

I then took a wipe and dipped it in my DIY wax and lightly rubbed that over the part I had just painted.

Next, I took a piece of rust colored burlap and cut the wired edges off to give it the frayed look on the edges. I then glued that down followed by the thankful tag on top of that.

I decided I didn’t want to leave the wood beads the natural colored but also didn’t want them to be too bold so I settled on “antique white” for them. I just put a small dab on a wipe and wiped around the beads to give them just a little bit of color.

And of course to finish this cuteness off I had a simply raffia bow using some Fall colored raffia I found at Hobby Lobby.

I then lightly went over the rest of the sign with this same wipe to give it a little more color and dimension.

Reverse Canvas Pumpkin

You will need:

*Round canvas of any size

*Mod podge

*Waverly “moss” colored paint

*Scrapbook paper-mine is from Hobby Lobby

*Scissors/utility knife

*Stick for the stem

*Glue gun-click here for my affiliate link for the one I use on my lives!

*Raffian/ribbon for bow-mine are both from Hobby Lobby

If you have never made a reverse canvas before, your going to love them! The first step to any reverse canvas project is to remove the canvas from the frame. I like to use a utility knife for this. Simply cut on the outside of the staples and remove the canvas. We will trim it up later!

Next, I took my moss colored paint and painted the round frame.

While that dried, I then cut the excess canvas off so I had a perfect circle,

I then mod podged my scrapbook paper onto the canvas circle that I had just cut out and then cut off the excess scrapbook paper.

Now it’s time to reassemble our canvas.

Flip over the painted frame and put hot glue all around the back of the frame and then stick your canvas/scrapbook paper circle face down on top of this.

Tada! How cute is this already?!

Now, to finish off this cute little pumpkin, I added a stick for the stem and of course a bow!

Take your desired ribbon and crisscross your pieces. I found this Fall colored raffia at Hobby Lobby so I added some of that on top as well. I then took another piece of raffia and laid it across the middle of my bow, flipped it over and tied it in the back to complete my bow.