Make your home Fall ready with these easy DIY pumpkin ideas! In this video, I give you the step-by-step instructions for making a variety of pumpkins that each bring elements of beauty and charm to your home. I just love making my own decor, especially around the holidays! Difficulty Level: Beginner Project Time: 1 hour Materials: Three medium-sized faux pumpkins Black lace Faux red sunflowers Acrylic paint (black and white) Gold glitter glue 3-D black paint Hot glue gun What
Bring to life your front door with these three adorable fall wreath ideas! In this video, I give you the step-by-step instructions for making very different wreaths that each bring elements of beauty and charm to your home. Perfect for even the beginner crafter, these wreaths are easy to make but look like they were created professionally! Difficulty Level: Beginner Project Time: 30 minutes per wreath Materials: 2 grapevine wreaths 1 wooden palette plaque 1 fall garland 2-3"
Make this colorful and cute crocheted coffee mug cozy to make drinking coffee every morning more fun! I will give you the step-by-step instructions needed to make your very own. And the best part...it is quick and should not take more than an hour to make. Not a crocheter? Try out this super cute knitted version instead! Difficulty Level: Beginner Project Time: 1 hour at most Materials: You only need a few items to get started...a medium-sized yarn (I use the Red Heart brand)
The Fall is that time of year when making items by hand is in full swing. Everyone wants the best Fall decor, and there is no better way than through crafting! With the holidays quickly approaching, crafty gifts and décor are on everyone’s minds. So which projects will turn heads and be most popular this Fall? Year after year, these items continue to pop up, and if inventory of supplies in crafting stores is any indicator, they will be high on the to-do list of many crafters
Make this stunning crocheted scarf that will keep you feeling cozy all winter! Quick, easy, and beautiful, you will find yourself making this scarf over and over again. I think that everyone I know has received at least one scarf made by me. Difficulty Level: Easy Project Time: 1 hour Materials: Choose a chunkier yarn, any color that you having sitting around or that compliments your outdoor attire. I love the wool yarns because they are the warmest! You will also need a croc
Make this bright and cheerful crocheted dishcloth to spice up your kitchen space and make drying the dishes more fun! This dishcloth is super quick and should not take more than an hour or two to make tops. And if I seem out of breath in this video, it's because I was 9 months pregnant making the video in my hot attic! Difficulty Level: Easy Project Time: 1-2 hours Materials: You only need a few items to get started...a medium-sized yarn (I use Sugar 'n Cream brand...since th
I came up with the idea of a stained glass candle after finishing a mosaic stepping stone project. I love reusing and repurposing when possible...check out 5 Ways to Turn Your Junk into Crafty Treasure for more on this...and decided to take extra stained glass pieces and use them as candle decor. You can make your own unique candles in this way with just about any non-flammable objects, such as ceramic, stone, shells, and marbles. I usually use a Mason jar for these types of
Something I have always loved about candle making is that it gives you the opportunity to invent something completely new. Whether it's creating a new shade of blue, a beautiful blend of scents, a unique candle decorating opportunity, or a combination, the choice is yours. Like my stained glass candle, this marble candle was designed simply with leftover supplies from a mosaic stepping stone that I made. Instead of discarding extra marbles, I decided to repurpose them to de