This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cricut. The opinions and text are all mine. If you’re on the hunt for a fun treat to send in to your kid’s class for Valentine’s Day, this is the one for you. This project is insanely simple and easy to make using…
This article is brought to you in partnership with Loom & Leaf Like most standard adults, one of the most neglected areas of our home is the master bedroom. It’s bland, we haven’t painted the walls, there is no decor, and it’s essentially the dungeon of the house. It’s quite embarrassing when people come over…
Hide all your cat’s junk in this easy to make DIY recycled litter bin, then switch to World’s Best Cat Litter, a natural clumping litter that is flushable, septic safe, and uses less litter than other brands!
You don’t have to know how to sew to make an adorable iron-on appliqué, it will just look like you know what you’re doing. This is the very crux of faking it until you make it.
Having trouble organizing your daughter’s hair pretties? This super simple DIY Headband Holder only takes one episode of your favorite reality TV show to make and not only organizes her headbands, but keeps her brushes, barrettes, and hair elastics contained too!
Looking for info on how to successfully paint wine glasses even if you don’t have a crafty bone in your body? You’re in the right place. The full run-down on how to paint wine glasses is HERE, including some ideas for a quaint glass painting party with your besties.
Don’t buy a book cover, use an old paper bag to cover your school books the old school way. Paper Bag book cover tutorial straight ahead!
This bathroom towel holder doesn’t require a single tool, not even to hang on the wall! It is a towel holder with some serious staying power anyone can do!
When life hands you babies, make baby-ade! Wait, that’s not how the saying goes. Let’s try that again. When life hands your friends babies, you make taggie blankets from Disney Baby receiving blankets! Yes, that sounds a lot better than baby-ade.
I’ve been trying to pretty up some of the things we own that really aren’t so pretty. One of those things is Pearl’s elevated feeding station. Great Danes and other large breeds should eat off of bowls that are elevated in order to help with digestion and getting things where they’re supposed to go. They really don’t make any that are very attractive, unfortunately. They’re all quite plain and just really don’t match my decor, or the decor I plan to have at the new house anyway.