How to turn a perpetual calendar into a countdown to Christmas project. An easy project that the kids could even help with. Bonus–it holds candy canes!
Easy step by step directions on how to make Christmas decor using aluminum cake pans and a cookie sheet. Sweet peppermint decor and a chalkboard. It can be used as a menu board, or a welcome sign for the front porch.
You will love these easy to make Santa Coasters. Using 2 ply napkins is a great option to DIY any holiday coasters. *this post contains affiliate links, read more here* Materials to make DIY Santa Coasters Small Ceramic Tiles 2 Ply Holiday Napkins White School Glue Foam Brush Paper Cutter Small Cork…
I used a reclaimed wooden spindle to make a Christmas Tree Card Holder. Using twisted wire ups the game and makes this an easy project you can do in an afternoon.
I used a free old clock to make a repurposed project for Christmas. The clock frame would also make a great shadow box if you attach a new back.
Use a plastic coffee container to organize small items such as toys. These repurposed coffee cans are also great for snacks and holiday items. Easy to make with printables from your home printer.
Sometimes I make myself laugh out loud. I am far from perfect and make the same silly mistakes that you may make on your projects. Just remember to laugh at yourself and not take it too serious. That’s the case in this JOY wooden spindle sign I made for Christmas.
I’m so excited to share my latest Christmas project with you. I made a Christmas Tree Stand Box to hide the trunk of your tree–a great alternative to using a tree skirt. My friend Kim inspired me. Hop over to see how my Christmas box folds flat for storage. Be sure to visit Kim to see how she made her scrap wood crate!
Hi friends! I made a Dollar Store Garland Christmas Tree for the very first ever Dollar Store Design Squad party! I’ve put together a great group of bloggers to bring you awesome dollar store projects six times a year. I’ve tried to make it easy to remember. New projects will be on the FIRST Friday…
It’s Power Tool Challenge Time! This month the theme is Secret Santa. We’re exchanging our decorative items with another member of the team. I can’t wait to see who my secret Santa is! All of the projects are so cute, I’ll be happy no matter who it is. Hop over to see all of the fun holiday projects!
Last week I shared Home Depot’s Holiday Tree Shelf that they are having a workshop with this coming Saturday. Today, I’m sharing a tutorial on my version of a Christmas Tree Shelf. I give you step by step directions to make my version. If you want to make one like the Holiday Tree Shelf from Home Depot, hop over to the blog and get the details there.
For this month’s Thrift Store Decor Team challenge I decided to go with something for the holidays. This simple jelly jar centerpiece was fun and easy to put together using a small drawer and items from the dollar store. Be sure to check out the other projects from my friends.
This Fall harvest yard sign – plans available at your local Home Depot at their DIH Workshop coming up this Thursday evening at a store near you. I made a pumpkin sign that could be used throughout the Fall season including Thanksgiving. The small box could be used as a planter or even to hold fall decor picks and such.
If you know me well at all, you know how much I enjoy shopping at Home Depot. I call it my happy place. I love to just run in and get what I need, but even more than that–browsing the aisles looking for new ways to use their items sparks my creativity. So imagine how thrilled I am to be working with them to promote this month’s DIH Harvest Yard Sign workshop!
You can find me today over at the DIY Club. Materials used: DecoArt (Americana) Chalkboard Paint Foam brush wooden hearts (I got mine from my sister, but you can get them at your local craft store) Ribbon (for hanging) Tools Used: Cordless drill (to drill holes in hearts) You can see the full tutorial over…