• Farmhouse Decor,  Spring Decor,  Wood Cutout Tutorials

    Watering Can Hanger

    This watering can wood cutout has got to be one of my favorites I’ve made from our wood cutouts! I used several different techniques to get the look I was going for! Some of the techniques I used were faux galvanize metal, chippy paint, water droplets and distressing! You can check out all of our wood cutouts in our shop by clicking the button below. I created this live on our Kristy’s Craft Room Facebook Page. You can watch the crafting video by clicking the button below.

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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 Christmas

    $1 Apron Transformed into Red Truck Christmas Decor

    This Dollar General Apron was only $1.00! I wasn’t a fan of it as an apron, but I just loved the truck on it and knew I wanted to turn it into something cute for my home. Read on to see how you too can transform one into a decorative wall/door hanging. Remember to click on the link for the full video tutorial at the bottom of this page. This is what you will need. $1.00 Apron from Dollar General, truck design 9 Paint stir sticks Paint, red, black, creamy white Ribbon Bell (optional) Pine sprig or mini pine tree (optional) twine Scissors Hot glue and glue sticks The first…

  • DIY for Your Home

    Rustic Pine Cone Flower Art

    Pine cones, pine cones everywhere! Let’s put those pine cones to good use and make this adorable pine cone flower art! I think almost every crafter has a bag, basket or box of pine cones sitting in their craft storage. If not, that’s OK, every craft supply store sells them. I got mine at Michael’s craft store on sale for about $3.00 for a whole bag. I have plenty for my project and a lot left over to make more pine cone creations. Remember to check out the full video tutorial at the bottom of this page. This is what is needed for this craft. 6-8 Pine cones Twigs about…

  • DIY for Your Home

    Twine Tassel

    Tassels are the perfect complement to any garland! I just adore this super simple twine tassel! I used twine, but the same instructions can be used for ribbon, yarn, rope, whatever you may have on hand. You can also watch the video tutorial by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page. Here is a list of what you will need. Twine ribbon (optional) Hot glue and glue sticks scissors No really, that’s it! Like I said, its super simple! First you will loop your twine back and forth to create 5 loops each 6″ long. You can add more loops if you want a thicker tassel. If…