This time of year I really appreciate quick and easy projects. Doesn’t hurt when they are inexpensive either.
I found these adorable cookie cutters at World Market for 99 cents each. I grabbed three each of the bird, the star, the heart, and the scalloped circle. All they needed was a little [...]
I did not buy any wrapping paper or bows this year. Instead I embellished grocery bags, brown paper lunch bags, and used up the leftover driftwood paper from the Punch Advent Calendar. To give the driftwood [...]
A great holiday centerpiece can bring the spirit of Christmas into any room. Although we are not doing any entertaining this year, I still wanted centerpieces for us to enjoy at our own family meals. I feel some of the best centerpieces are inexpensive and crafted with things you already own. A little fresh greenery [...]
Centerpieces and floral arrangements are an easy and inexpensive way to bring some holiday cheer into any room. For our kitchen table I was aiming for a light and airy arrangement that would look great during everyday meals. The starting point to a great centerpiece is the container. I grabbed this vintage milk crate and [...]
A Year In Review
As if die-cut cards and fabric lined envelopes don’t make our Christmas cards special enough, I decided to include a fun little year in review letter. But instead of a dull, wordy letter we opted for a sassy, brief infographic! Can you tell how much I [...]
I have opted for wrapping most gifts in brown kraft paper this year. It is a classic and minimal look. To keep the all brown packages from looking like the inside of a UPS truck, I have added special touches to bring the brown paper to life. For this project and the mini feed bag [...]
Along with my brown paper curl ornaments, I thought some natural jute would look good on the tree. I already used jute to make hanging loops for the faux ceramic animal ornaments, but I wanted a few all jute ornaments too. Using the leftover jute I had [...]
I had three clear ornaments left over from the brown paper curl ornaments and I was itching for a quick crafty project the other night. Enter washi tape ornaments on Odessa May Society. I left the computer immediately to grab the ornaments and washi tape.
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