I love DIY crafts and this succulent wreath was a home run. I really do love this. So today I am going to share with you how to make a succulent wreath. This is not a difficult DIY. I promise. And as a huge bonus, I am participating in a Seasonal Simplistic Summer Series blog hop organized by Kristina from The Happy Housie and we have twenty-four summer wreath ideas to share. Be sure to scroll to the bottom to see them all.
A few months ago I taught myself how to make crepe paper flowers. I bought a few books, watched a gazillion videos, bought some supplies, and started making paper flowers. It was that easy! And now I am obsessed. Now I use spring florals in my decor.
I posted this photo on my Instagram today of some painted canvas bags that I made. They are really bright and fun and can be used for so many things! I use them for makeup, receipts, lipstick and lots of other things. Today I thought it would be fun to share the DIY with you as to how I made these bags.
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Spring is in full swing and after seeing all of the Indigo Mist products at JOANN, I decided to do a spring porch makeover with a touch of blue. I love how this table looks so different in the day and night.
I love fresh flowers. And I am sure most of you would agree that fresh flowers are a wonderful gift to give and receive. So why is it so hard to find really good ones at a reasonable price? Today I am going to share how you can make a Mother’s Day Floral Arrangement for $25.
About a month ago I taught myself how to make crepe paper flowers. I bought a few books, watched a gazillion videos, bought some supplies, and started making paper flowers. It was that easy!