Reversible Farmhouse DIY Wood Tray

In this post: A Reversible Farmhouse DIY Wood Tray or Sign The beauty of making a tray that is reversible is not only that you can display either side, but that you can make it whatever size you want as long as the image you select fits on the wood. There are multiple options for embellishing your tray. You can use an adhesive stencil as I did, a regular stencil, or vinyl. What you’ll need to make a Reversible Farmhouse DIY {Read More}

Christmas Jingle Bells Shadow Box

In this post: A DIY Christmas Jingle Bells Shadow Box Last week, I was at the dollar store and spotted bags of gold, red, and green jingle bells.   I had no idea what I would do with them, but rather than ignore them and move on, I knew I just had to do something with them.  I bought the red and green ones.  They had more green than red, so I got three sizes of the green and just one {Read More}

Pallet Wood Christmas Noel Sign

In this post: a pallet wood Christmas sign that is easy to make. After our Thanksgiving meal, I convinced my husband to get the tree down from the attic so we could start Christmas decorating.  And in the midst of pulling out the bajillions of tangled strands of twinkle lights, I decided to get crafty … again.

Home for the Holidays Christmas Sign & Placemats

Home for the Holidays Christmas Sign & Placemats Since all of my kids,their spouses, and my mom will be here for Christmas, I’m inspired to work on a few new projects. The first  project started with a wood frame that came off of a canvas.  I had bought the canvas to use on another project, but messed that project up.  Since the frame that came inside the canvas is great, I cut the canvas off and saved the frame.  I bought {Read More}

DIY Buffalo Check Cloth Bandana Napkins 

I hope you all had a safe and fun Halloween!  My son still wishes he was a little kid.  He loves Halloween so much. Gals!  I’m so excited to share this project with you all! It is DIY Buffalo Check Cloth Bandana Napkins made in just minutes.

Farmhouse Wood Tote DIY

Farmhouse Wood Tote DIY Sometimes when you sell handmade items and have one item that sells really well, it can be both a blessing … and I won’t say a curse, but kind of close. Such is the case with the handmade wood totes my husband and I made. Last I checked, we had made and sold over 50 of them.  That’s a lot of totes that take a fair amount of time to make. To be honest, I was {Read More}

Christmas Cookie Sheet Upcycled Memo Board

Christmas Cookie Sheet Upcycled Memo Board I survived! 15 days of chalking, that is. 🙂 Granted, it wasn’t 15 days straight, but it was a lot of chalked projects!

DIY Rusted Tin Cans Succulent Planters

DIY Rusted Tin Cans Succulent Planters & Patina Paint Review Learn how to create Rusted Tin Cans Succulent Planters.  They make adorable gifts or party favors for adults.  Be sure to make a few extra to keep for yourself! If you’re new to my blog, you might not realize that I love old things, especially things with patina and even rust. I even wrote a post about rust being like a joke. So when I learned that you can make {Read More}

Enamelware Coffee Pot Fall Farmhouse Centerpiece

Enamelware Coffee Pot Fall Farmhouse Centerpiece I took a few days off from working on new projects since my mom is visiting. My daughter had a few days off, so she came over to grill burgers for us.  She came over another day and made biscuits and gravy.  Any day is a good one when someone else does the cooking!

DIY Scripture Sign Be Courageous: Chalking Series Project 12

DIY Scripture Sign Be Courageous: Chalking Series Project 12 Yesterday was my firstborn son’s birthday.  It’s hard to believe that it was 28 years ago that I became a parent for the first time.  I feel kind of sorry for him because he was a bit like a guinea pig teaching me everything I didn’t know about being a mom. He survived though and grew into a wonderful young man who now has a beautiful wife. His favorite Bible verse {Read More}