Hand Warmers – a Tutorial

Hand Warmers Tutorial

Trying to think of the perfect gift for your friend, neighbor, family, teacher, etc? These little reusable hand warmers are the perfect fall/winter gift for anyone in your life. I made them last year for my kids teachers and some gals I visit teach! You can make them with any design fabric. Kids love them too! Just pop these little babies in the microwave for 30 seconds and put in your pockets to keep your fingers warm while out in {Read More}

DIY Photo Fridge Magnets

Photo Fridge Magnets

My Mom and I made these when she came to visit a while back. We used glass rocks (1″) that are flat on one side, cut pictures of each of her grandchildren, and glued them on. Then we added a magnet to the back. I made them for my Mother-in-law as well and she loved them!! They make a great gift for loved ones during the Holidays! (This post contains affiliate links) Supplies: 1″ Clear Glass Dome rocks Printed photos (faces smaller than {Read More}

Simple and Cheap DIY Extender Slips

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Ever have a skirt or dress that is just a tad too short? Or maybe your legs are just really long so skirts come up too high when you’re sitting down? I know you’ve seen them before… the cute extender slips you can wear under your short skirts and dresses. But I’m here to share a little secret that will help you save money and still have your very own adorable extender slip!! Are you ready to learn how to {Read More}

DIY Decorated Clipboard Tutorial

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Teacher’s go out of their way to influence our children everyday during the school year. To show your appreciation I’ve got a simple tutorial for these cute DIY Decorated Clipboards your child’s teacher is sure to love! These are great for Teacher Appreciation week or an end of the year gift idea. Just look at how cute these are!! And you can use any pattern paper you like! Or add your teacher’s name with stickers! Let’s make some! Here’s what you’ll {Read More}

Grandkids Make Life Grand Picture Board Tutorial

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Looking for a great gift for Grandma and Grandpa? Well look no further, I came up with this little Grandparent’s picture board several years ago and put it on my blog. It gets pinned like crazy! So I thought I would give you all a little step-by-step tutorial on how to make one, they are so easy and fun. The perfect personalized gift for Grandparents. (This post contains Affiliate Links) Supplies Needed: Wood Board – (mine is about 2 feet long) {Read More}

DIY Apothecary Candy Jar Decoration – a Tutorial

Candy Jars

I was asked to help make a craft for our upcoming Super Saturday. (A fun day of crafts at my church) So I came up with these adorable Apothecary Candy Jars that make a perfect decorative piece for your home. I also made a few extra for my kids teachers for the holidays. (They make a quick and easy teacher gift!) They are also very inexpensive. Check out the tutorial below and let me know if you make any, I {Read More}

Days for Girls

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Have you ever heard of ‘Days for Girls’?? It’s a non-profit organization set up to help gather and make sanitary supplies (such as their reusable pads) for women around the world. They also help educate and serve women everywhere. They are inspiring! You can read more about ‘Days for Girls’ HERE. I have made pads and liners for ‘Days for Girls’ before and it is such a wonderful opportunity to serve and give back to those in need. My ward (church {Read More}

Wall Art Canvas Picture Tutorial

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Today I want to share an easy and inexpensive DIY Canvas Picture Home Décor Idea. It turned out so cute and I’m here to show you how to make it! Wall Art Picture Canvas Tutorial I made this for a dear friend of mine for her birthday. Usually when I want to make my friends a homemade gift I simply stalk their pinterest and see what they love! I saw these FREE PRINTABLES over on Jessica Spragues’s Blog and just knew it {Read More}

DIY Jewelry Holder Tutorial

Jewelry Holder

Do you have a bunch of jewelry lying around that needs to be organized? Well I’ve got a simple and easy DIY Jewelry Holder for you today. It’s great for hanging all your necklaces and bracelets on! (this post contains affiliate links) Supplies: Piece of wood (mine was 24 inches long by 1-1/2 wide) Scrapbook paper (pattern of your choice) Paint (one that matches your paper, I used black) Paintbrush (I used a small foam brush) Drawer knobs (got mine cheap {Read More}

Wood Letter Archive!

We may be doing some wood letter decorating for an upcoming super saturday. Just thought I would share some photos of past wood letter sayings I have made. You can buy the tutorial in my Etsy Shop!