Time to prepare for Spring and Easter with this charming wreath made of curled cardstock strips. This versatile technique works year around – and is a great way to use up leftover cardstock.
With summer in full swing, you’re likely to have seen your fair share of pool noodles. These inexpensive toys are a go-to for your little fishies, but they’re so easy to find that it’s not too surprising we crafters have found other uses for them. Check out some of my favorite ways to make something new out of a pool noodle.
This pool noodle wreath base is indestructible and so inexpensive. Use some scrap fabric and add color with felt flowers.
It’s the age of wreaths for every season. Who can blame us DIY-ers, though? A home with a wreath on it feels so much more welcoming, and they’re super fun to make!
Tiny flower pots are surprisingly inexpensive and automatically remind you of the plants coming back for spring. I love the colors on this wreath, they’re so spring-y and fun!
Wreaths aren’t just for the Christmas season anymore. I think a wreath brightens up a doorway so nicely and it seems like there is always something to celebrate. Here are some of my favorite wreaths for Valentine’s Day!
It’s hard to believe that this pretty pink wreath is made from items you probably already have at your home. Grab some coffee filters and add this wreath to your doorway in no time!
Over the years, I have seen so many lovely holiday wreaths created. You can really let your personal holiday style really shine. Whether you’re traditional, retro, or colorful, you’ll be able to create a wreath to welcome your holiday guests to your home.
This adorable snowy wreath reminds me of those Christmas Villages everyone has, but little enough to adorn your door! In addition to being perfect for Christmas, you can leave this wreath up throughout winter!
Retro Christmas decorations are fun, colorful and so unique! I love the bright look of a mid-century Christmas or colorful drawings from early advertisements. You don’t have to scour flea markets for the perfect vintage decor, though. Here are some fun ideas to bring vintage charm to your holiday decor.
You can customize these ornaments to fit your color scheme, but the bright mid-century colors really add that extra pop of eccentric charm. These colorful balls look like they’ve been well loved through the years. No need to tell anyone you just made them…
With Halloween behind us, it’s time to warm up our homes a little bit with the perfect fall and winter decorations. A staple at my house is the pinecone. I live in the northwest, so they’re all over the place and the easiest way to craft and decorate. Here are some ideas to get you started:
This wreath is an easy transitional piece for winter. It’s got enough earthy tones to put up now, and you won’t have to take it down until long past Christmas.