I was cutting celery the other day and my 4 year old kept saying, “It’s a flower.”
February is here and that means a month of celebrating Love! I thought I would share some past love-themed posts to kick off the month. Just click on the link or photo to be directed to the full tutorial.
I love using Eucalyptus leaves to craft with because they are natural and smell fantastic. Plus, when you twist the leaves off the branch, they are shaped like small hearts..perfect for Love crafting!
Here is a framed art idea using them.
I found this little chest abandoned by the trash. I’m assuming it was a jewelry chest but all the drawers were missing.
I’ve heard of using coffee filters for different projects and really wanted to try since they are so cheap. Plus, the white color is great for winter decorating. Continue reading
Every time I go to Anthropologie or World Market, I always have to check out their dresser knobs. They have some of the coolest hardware.
Since this dresser in my kids’ room is a cheap, older one that I’ve had forever, I wasn’t afraid to play around with it. I wanted to see if I could give it a little face lift without spending $100 on knobs.
Here is the dresser before.
When your kid decides that a particular book is his all-time favorite, you can expect it to get destroyed pretty quickly. Continue reading