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DIY Cabin Cozy Scrapwood Snowflake Sign

Christmas is quickly approaching  and even though I'm not in the Christmas Spirit this year, I've tried adding a little décor just for the kids so that it feels like it for them. Once again for the umpteenth time my husband has to work for Christmas, so after so many years, it sadly becomes just another day that my kids and I celebrate alone. We usually open up gifts a few days before, or on Christmas Eve morning and I love seeing the kids' face light up when they open gifts but it's just not the same. That's why this year I wanted some easy décor that I could quickly put away when it's all over. #BAHHUMBAG Don't worry, I'm excited for Jesus' birthday, just not to thrilled with spending another holiday alone. #FireWifeLife

I haven't made any little signs in forever so I thought I would whip up something easy. I rummaged through my scrap wood pile out back and came up with this little gem. I had 1/4 inch plywood scraps leftover from doing some shiplap along with some 1x2 inch strips of wood from building my coffee cart. Perfect for a small project. I also rummaged through my paint supplies and found some gray chalk paint from General Finishes called Limestone and red spray paint. Let me just say that this gray is my absolute favorite gray and no I'm not sponsored for saying that. I just love it that much! You can find the video on how I created the sign at the end of this post as well as some other silhouette projects! Don't worry, if you don't have a silhouette, any stencil will do! I'll be back to update my tutorial tomorrow morning. If I'm being completely honest, it's really late while I'm writing this and I'm really tired and I want to give you my best! See you in the morning for the step by step details!

**DIY VIDEO AT THE END & DON'T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE! XoXo


















Silhouette Creators Challenge Winter Wonderland
       
  1.  A Turtles Life From Home - Hand Lettered Holiday Scroll
  2.    
  3. Michelle James Designs - Winter Wonderland Throw Pillows Using the Silhouette Cameo
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  5. Uncookie Cutter - Tree Stand Box
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  7. Vintage Romance Style - Cabin Cozy Scrap Wood Snowflake
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  9. Simply {Darr}ling - Upcycled Christmas Card Display
  10.    
  11. Knock It Off Kim - DIY Christmas Stocking Tags
  12.    
  13. Houseful of Handmade - DIY Vintage Christmas Scroll
  14.    
  15. Dwell Beautiful - Glittery Christmas Song Lyric Art
  16.    
  17. Morena's Corner - Make Black and White Cards
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  19. Rachel Teodoro - Lighted Christmas Tree Truck
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  21. Pocketful of Posies - DIY Simple Joy Ornament

3 DIY Rustic + Farmhouse Ornaments in 10 minutes

Tis the season! I love this time of year…the smell of hot cocoa, rain in the windows when the weather allows, and the family gathered around a fireplace. At least that is the perfect scene of what this time of year should look like. The holiday’s can come in a rush and it’s easy to get lost in the Christmas chaos when worrying about what gift to pick out for each person that you love. Take a minute this year to make some memories while checking things off of your own list. Especially by making some homemade  ornaments for your tree! Your kids don’t have to be the only ones having all the fun. Add to their beloved school project decorations and create your own rustic ornaments this year with just a few easy steps. By doing so, it will add a personal touch to your décor  and will give your home a warm and joyful look during the holidays. Everyone will be asking where you got them!


How to Create a Golden Pumpkin Centerpiece


Need a fresh idea for a Fall / Thanksgiving centerpiece? Today I am showing you a really simple but gorgeous way to create a  golden pumpkin centerpiece using leftover Halloween pumpkins or a fake pumpkin from your local craft store!

Easy Fall + Thanksgiving Place Setting

Thanksgiving is just days away now. I can't believe how fast this year has flown by. Pretty soon I will be pulling out the Christmas décor, even though I'm honestly not in the Christmas spirit yet. It is still pretty warm here and they have already started playing  Christmas music 24/7 on the radio . Usually I am jumping for joy and pulling out all the garland and lights but for now I'm still enjoying my fall décor. So, today I am sharing with you a very simple Thanksgiving place setting that is very budget friendly.



Copper Striped Dollar Store Candles




WHAT YOU NEED //
Painters Tape
Tapered Candles from the Dollar Store
Copper Liquid Gilding paint
Small paint brush
Candle holders


STEP 1. Wrap a short piece of painters tape around the candle. I used 4 pieces of tape.



STEP 2. Place in candle holders.

STEP 3. Paint one coat of copper and let completely dry. It will be sticky! After the first coat is dry paint another coat, let dry and then paint the 3rd coat.

Let dry completely... then peel off the tape and you are done!






You can check out even more awesome candle makeovers!
Need to make all of these DIY candle projects!
DIY Colorful Wooden Candleholder- Casa Watkins Living
Bat Halloween Candles - Pocketful of Posies
DIY Matchstick Holder - Iris Nacole
DIY Squash Fall Candles - Seeking Lavender Lane
DIY Glittered Candles - Flourish and Knot
Book Page Candle Holder - Elizabeth-Joan Designs