Jazzed Up Candles for Christmas
You don’t have to spend a fortune to have amazing Christmas decor. There are so many items you can make with a few simple dollar store items. These candles couldn’t have been easier to make. The only supplies I needed were two candles and a package of rhinestone stickers. Under $4.00 and I have two Christmas theme candles to display and enjoy.
I put the rhinestones on freehand but you could draw or trace the design of your choice and then fill in with some rhinestones. The great thing about the rhinestones is they come in a variety of colors to match any decor. I did use a pair of tweezers to put the rhinestones in place. I learned this after I had quite a few rhinestones stuck to my fingers.
Continue reading Day 8 : Jazzed Up Candles for Christmas from the Dollar Store
Peppermint Bark Oreo Cookies
These make great neighbor gifts. They are easy to make and take no time at all. Christmas and peppermint seem to go together and when you combine peppermint with white chocolate and Oreos you have a winning combination. If you give them to the neighbors they are going to love them, I promise.
Here is what you need: Continue reading Day 7 : Peppermint Bark Oreos
I love pumpkins and every year I try to find a new way to repurpose something old and make it into something new, like some form of a pumpkin.
Pictured above is what I made last year from 4×4’s that were left behind by the previous owner of our little house. Here is the link to that post if you want to read how I made them
This year I saw something on the website “Surviving the Stores” that caught my eye and decided to make my own version of it.
Continue reading Pumpkin Ornament from a Mason Jar Lid
Check out this awesome DIY easy beverage coaster.
I am so lucky that I have some very creative and “crafty” friends and fellow bloggers. All of the colorful pictures were sent to me by my friend and fellow blogger from You Can Always Start Now.
This is how she made them. Continue reading DIY: Easy Beverage Coasters