It’s about that time of the year again, CHRISTMAS, and this D.I.Y. craft is perfect for the holidays. It serves a double purpose, once it’s completed it can be used as decoration or as a gift.
I came across this D.I.Y. craft when I was browsing through Pinterest for dessert ideas for my Christmas potluck at work. I thought that this was a bit to fancy for a work potluck but a perfect project for my blog and looked easy to make. Continue reading →
Here it is, another D.I.Y. craft and just in time for Christmas may I add. To keep with the candle theme, I started last week, I came across another candle D.I.Y. that involves double-sided tape and glitter. I mean, who doesn’t love GLITTER! This is another great Christmas gift idea that’s inexpensive and easy to make. Continue reading →
While browsing through my Dashboard here on WordPress recently, I noticed that I got a new follower. I clicked the link to her blog and noticed she had a lot of great craft ideas, photos and food ideas. I was instantly glued to my computer. I began to scroll through her blog and noticed that she chose to do an entry on a D.I.Y. Pinterest idea that ended up being a complete fail.
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Pinterest is very time-consuming and I find myself on it at least an hour or two a day. On a recent Pinterest “pinning spree” I found myself interested in a very simple D.I.Y. craft that involves a rubber stamp, washable ink and a candle. Continue reading →
It’s never too early to start counting down the days to Christmas, while searching here on WordPress I came across a blog that is doing just that. The title of the series within her regular blog is, 31 Days of Christmas, and every day the author talks about a new craft/D.I.Y. ideas for Christmas. The blog has a lot of great ideas and it makes me want to be just as creative as she is. Continue reading →
The BIG thing that being crafty can cause…spending ALL your money. You don’t realize how much everything is until you go to the store to buy them and realize something you need for the project is 15 dollars and you’re only using it once.