• Cozy Home Decor

    DIY Cozy Sweater Pillow Up-cycle

    These Cozy Sweater Pillows are sure to warm up any room! Best part, It’s a way to reuse something in a new and creative way! I created all four of these cozy pillows for a total of $12.00. Including the four pillows themselves!! There is a link to the full video tutorial of this craft at the bottom of this page. What you will need. Pillow Sweater Scissors Hot glue gun and glue sticks Straight pins Really, seriously… that’s all you’ll need!! The first thing you will do is pick a pillow and a sweater that are similar in size and shape. You will want your sweater to be at…

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    DIY Cozy Makeover for your Holiday Jar Candles

    We all have either been gifted or bought our own holiday themed candles over the holiday season. They smell amazing and we want to keep burning them. The only problem is, they are red, green, adorned with holly and Christmas trees… As we pack away our Christmas decorations we are left with the decision to pack them away or keep using them? I personally don’t like to pack my candles away. I feel like they get a little funky smelling over time… I’ve also had them melt in the heat of our attic over the summer months. I’m going to show you how you can makeover you candles to give…

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    Cozy Yarn Bead Garland – DIY

    Bead garland is all the rage right now. I love every kind of garland and wanted to create a cozy garland to help add to the cozy feel I’m going for in my home right now. In this tutorial I’m going to teach you how to create these yarn beads to create a fun cozy garland. To see the full video tutorial, click on the link at the bottom of the page. Here is what you will need for this garland. Yarn, I uses a white and a cream colored yarn from Michael’s Paper straw Twine Wood beads Wood tag, the one I used was from Hobby Lobby Scrapbook paper…

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    DIY Vintage Snow Ski Hanger Decoration

    This DIY craft was inspired by a decoration I saw in the store fr $30.00!!! Though I found it to be absolutely adorable, it simply was not in my budget! So me being me… I stared at it thinking of how I could make it myself. I immediately saw paint stir sticks, BBQ skewers and my faux galvanized metal technique. To see the full video tutorial of this craft, click on the link at the bottom of this page. Here is what you will need to make this craft yourself. 2 paint stir sticks 2 BBQ skewers Scrapbook paper, design of your choice 2 wood beads wire 1 garland tie…