• Easter,  Spring Decor

    Dollar Tree Garden Glove Bunny

    I love finding new ways to be creative! Who would’ve known that a garden glove from Dollar Tree could make such a cute piece of decor?? All you need for this craft is a glove, some twine, a couple buttons and some glue! I’ve included a video link on this blog post so you can follow along and create one for yourself! There’s a never-ending tunnel of possibilities of ways to get creative, and it seems I’m always able to find a new way to craft something cute each time I visit my local Dollar Tree. Give this a try for yourself and let me know how it turns out!…

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    Wood Cutout Inspiration: how to craft with them and decorate with them in your home!

    Hi everybody! On Monday, August 16th we are launching Mystery Wood Cutouts Boxes, and since people that order one will be receiving a box with many types of cutouts inside, what better time to create a post with some crafting inspiration for you all! Throughout this post we will be focusing on how you can use our wood cutouts in crafts and to decorate your home or even make gifts for people- possibilities are endless! Keep reading for some great tips and ideas to use with your wood cutouts and crafts! Pictured above, we have two different inspiration-collages, one for big wood cutouts, and one for smaller wood cutouts! Keep…

  • Farmhouse Decor,  Home Decor,  Spring Decor

    Mini Clothespin Wreath – A mini take on the clothespin wreath craze!

    The clothespin wreath craze is in full swing right now! Everywhere you look you see them! I wanted to play with some mini clothes pins and this is what I came up with! I think it came out so stinking cute! Bonus, its a quick easy and budget friendly craft! I ended up deciding not to use the blessed galvanized word since it was a little big and overpowered the wreath. This post contains referral links to help you find some of the items I used. Here is what you’ll need for this craft. Mini clothespins Empty ribbon spool 2 3/4″ Tan or light taupe acrylic paint Flowers Raffia Twine…

  • DIY Tips and Tricks,  Farmhouse Decor

    Easy Farmhouse Painting – My new favorite painting technique!

    I am so in love with this painting technique! It is seriously my new favorite way to get that perfect chipped farmhouse look!! I saw another crafter doing it and totally had to try it myself! I did in in a live video for the first time, then played around with it after and think I worked out all the kinks! The bottom of this post will include referral links to help you find the exact supplies I used. What you will need for this painting technique. Stain or watered down brown paint White chalk paint Vaseline Rag Sanding block Any wood shape or object The first thing you will…

  • Kids Crafting

    Keeping Kids Entertained During COVID-19 School Break – Join us for 3 weeks of free kids crafting!

    Join us every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00 pm EST for the next three weeks starting on March 17, 2020 for fun online live crafting tutorials. I will list the schedule below with all the materials needed. There will be many alternate item ideas that can be used so you don’t have to run out to the store for each craft. The point is to try and use what you have at home already so you can stay home and healthy! If you don’t have the items suggested, get creative with what you do have. The purpose of this is solely to help ease the tension that some of our…

  • Home Decor,  Spring Decor,  Uncategorized

    Indoor Gnome/Fairy Garden – Simple and easy all Dollar Tree. No dirt, no plants, no mess!

    This little gnome/fairy garden is perfect for indoor use. If you don’t have a space outdoors or simply don’t want to mess with a complicated set up but still want the cuteness of your own gnome/fairy garden, this is for you! This little garden came to life using only Dollar Tree items. No joke this is probably the simplest DIY I have done yet! Here’s what you’ll need. Wood wall hanger/frame 2 Moss sheets Brown paint Gnome/fairy figures and houses paint brush Hot glue gun and glue sticks Sharpie Scissors My frame has a hanger and a heart cutout added to it. I removed both of these. Now you will…

  • DIY Tips and Tricks

    Quick Tip for Painting Wood Beads – A less messy way to get perfectly painted wood beads!

    Do you ever feel like painting wood beads is a pain in the backside? Do you end up with a hot mess of paint all over your fingers and finger prints all over your beads? I used to be the same way! In this crafting tip tutorial I’ll show you a way to paint your beads without becoming a hot mess! What you’ll need for this tutorial. BBQ skewer Wood beads Hot glue and glue sticks Paint Paint brush The first think you will do is slide your wood beads onto a BBQ skewer. You can find these at Dollar Tree or any grocery store. Space your wood beads out…

  • Easter,  Farmhouse Decor

    Farmhouse Carrot Hanger – Enormousness cuteness on a Dollar Tree budget!!

    I can’t get over how such a simple little craft can bring such enormous cuteness! Everything for this Farmhouse Carrot hanger can be found at Dollar Tree except the orange yarn, which I got at Michael’s! Here’s what you will need for this craft! Wood pallet, Dollar Tree Wood Carrot, Dollar Tree White acrylic paint Green acrylic paint Green yarn, Dollar Tree Orange yarn, Michael’s Raffia, Dollar Tree Orange wood beads, Dollar Tree Twine, Dollar Tree Scissors Hot glue gun and glue sticks Sanding block or sand paper The first thing you will do is paint your wood pallet with white paint. Make sure to get all your edges. No…

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    Wood Bead Easter Carrots – Everything for this craft is from Dollar Tree!

    These Wood Bead Easter Carrots are so stinking cute! You won’t want to stop at just making one! They were so easy and inexpensive. This would be a great craft to incorporate the kids or grand kids into! Here’s what you’ll need fro this easy DIY! Wood Beads Green Twine Scissors Hot glue gun and glue sticks The first thing you will do is pick out your beads you want to use. The wood beads I used were found at Dollar Tree. They are a variety of colors and sizes. I chose the orange beads, I use some of all the sizes, totaling 15 beads. You will measure and cut…

  • DIY Tips and Tricks,  Uncategorized

    DIY Tassel Hack – Simple hack to give you a nice rounded top to your tassels!

    If your like me and LOVE tassels, you will LOVE this crafting hack! A viewer suggested to me that I add a ball of paper to my tassels to give them a nice rounded top. My paper balls were less then impressive. This got me thinking to what else would work for this. I found a hack that works perfectly! In this tutorial I will go through all the steps to making a tassel along with my new favorite hack! You can use yarn, ribbon, twine or something similar, but I will be using yarn for this tutorial. To start you tassel you will first loop your yarn back and…