Happy Monday and happy Valentine’s Day week friends! If you’ve been dragging your feet on decorating for this season, don’t worry I have you covered with this heart wreath! Because why do we have to limit our door decor to just Christmas?! Ten minutes is all you’ll need to make this project and it doesn’t even require glue or scissors, though I do recommend eating a piece of cake while crafting. Here’s how:
One of my favorite projects that I made for our home this year is this candy cane wreath! Since we live in an apartment building, and can’t have anything on our front door (dumb, I know), I thought it would be fun to bring a little cheer to the doors inside. And get this, it only takes 10 minutes to make, and requires little skill! I’d even bet money that you could make this after a few glasses of spiked egg nog. Not that I’m speaking from experience or anything. Here’s how: Continue reading…
Happy Monday from Kentucky! I’m here visiting my family for the next few weeks, but wanted to share this fun ornament wreath I made before I left! I’ve admired this project from Martha Stewart for ages but always kept it on the back burner for whatever reason. Even though I’m totally obsessed with how it looks (seriously how magical are vintage bulbs), I think the initial cost of the ornaments was a turn off for me.
When I saw Studio DIY’s version, I knew this was a project I’d had to have in my home. So when I came across some affordable colorful ornaments, I decided to do my own cheaper, rainbow version. Here’s how it turned out:
One of my favorite parts about traveling is taking photos. Since I never want to lug my DSLR camera with me, I usually toss an instant camera in my bag and hit the town. Now that the year is coming to a close, I thought it would be fun to weave my collection into my holiday decor. Because honestly, what is Christmas without a little sparkle and fun?! Here’s how: