Rustic Industrial Easter Egg Tutorial

Wooden Rustic Industrial Easter Egg Tutorial

I admit, I’m not huge on decorating for many Holidays other than the Fall season and Christmas. Everything else feels like it sneaks up on me before I get a chance to make a trip to Hobby Lobby :)! But I do enjoy making just a little something for Easter, and this year I made these Rustic Industrial Easter Eggs that will sit somewhere on my

I do it all for Love

Love this Valentines Day Mantel! Get the tutorial for that adorable Love Sign too!

Valentine’s day is not something I typically decorate for. It’s one of those holidays that sneaks up on me, and before I know it it’s over with. This year especially, since it seems we’ve all been sick since  ohhh….the beginning of December. We have had colds, stomach bugs, sore throats, giant splinters that keep people from walking, I mean really… this year has been ridiculous.

DIY Boxwood Wreath Tutorial

Add a beautiful wreath to your decor that will get you through ever season with this DIY Boxwood Wreath Tutorial via

It’s the time of year where all the holiday decor comes down and the ground is still covered in snow. I know  spring cleaning is a big thing (and I make every attempt to participate in the movement) but I find the best time for me to get stuff done is during the winter right after Christmas but before spring hits. Like right now we

Santa Cookie Tray Tutorial

Make this easy Santa Cookie Tray to keep Santa's cookies and milk safe and sound!

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Staples. But no worries, all opinions are my own! : ) #handmadeholidays We have had so much fun this year for Christmas baking tons of cookies and of course a little elf on the shelf action. I realized this recently when my kids asked me what kind of cookies Santa eats that we have

Rustic Gift Wrap Ideas

Get creative with your Christmas Presents with these Rustic Gift Wrap Ideas via

Have you started wrapping presents? I’ve wrapped two and that’s what I’m posting about today : ) I should probably get busy and wrap the rest before Christmas ; ) It’s not that I don’t love wrapping presents… it might actually be one of my favorite parts about Christmas, but seriously… I’m running pretty low on time without the kids where I’m not so exhausted

Christmas Gift Ideas Under $20

Simple Christmas Gift Ideas Under $20. Cute.Easy.Affordable at

This is a sponsored post written by me for Better Homes and Gardens at Walmart. All opinions are my own :) Over the last few weeks I have been sharing my Christmas Decor with you. Now it’s time to start thinking presents. Maybe you’ve already finished your shopping and wrapped them all.. or if you are like me you are just getting started. Either way

Star Pine Cone Ornament & a Link Party

Create this Star Pine Cone Ornament from pine cones found in your very own yard! via

Today is day 12. The last day of the 12 Days of Christmas Ornaments. I’d like to say that I saved my best for last, but to be honest, I completely changed my ornament at the last minute. Linda, from It All Started With Paint is the lovely lady who put all this together and I emailed her and asked if I could give her

3D Deer Head Ornament

3D Deer Head Christmas Ornament via

Disclosure: Michael’s provided me with a gift card to purchase some of the supplies for the ornaments used in this series.  It’s Day 11. This one was so fun to make! I’ll admit, I wasn’t very in to the whole deer head thing. Maybe because I grew up in the south and everyone wants a deer head hanging on their wall… the real kind. Some

Wood Slice Noel Ornament Tutorial

Enjoy these cute little banner style Wood Slice Noel Ornaments

Good morning everyone! As we round out the end of this series I have yet another wood slice ornament for you : ) This one is a little different, but I am still burning things ; ). I created this little Banner Wood Slice Noel Ornament. I used some different wood slices for this one. These are from the craft store and are a little

DIY Drop Cloth Stockings Tutorial

With this tutorial you can easily make your very own Drop Cloth Stockings for a budget friendly option! What a great addition to your Christmas Decor

Do you ever make something and love it so much that you want to use it over and over again? I made these stockings last year (and never posted about them). I ran out of time and the last thing anyone wants to see in January is another Christmas Tutorial right? This year I made it in time : ) I changed them up a

Plaid Christmas Ball Ornament

Plaid Christmas Ball Ornament via

It’s Day 9. Guys… I am almost done! I have to be honest, these last few days have been rough for me to write about. I feel like I have used up all my words and I’m running pretty dry. I’ve never really considered myself a writer. When I write my blog posts I just type it out like I would tell you if you were

Wood Burned Snowflake Ornament

Wood Burned Snowflake Ornament Tutorial via

It’s Day 8 of the 12 Days of Christmas Series. Have you been following along? If you are just joining in, you can catch up on all the ornaments here. Today’s ornament is a little spin on yesterday’s. I have a really hard time doing the same thing over and over again… so once I did like 3 of the antlers I had to do

Antler Wood Slice Ornaments

Add a rustic touch to your Christmas tree this year with these easy to make Antler Wood Slice Ornaments. Tutorial via

It’s Day 7 of the 12 Days of Christmas Series, and today I have some fabulously rustic wood slice ornaments for you. I bought these wood slices last year off of etsy…. being that my husband said I couldn’t cut down the birch tree in our backyard for craft projects. I mean… I don’t really see the problem, but I guess I’ll be a good wife

Wire Wrapped Christmas Tree Ornament

Wire Wrapped Christmas Tree Ornament tutorial via

Disclosure: Michael’s provided me with a gift card to purchase some of the supplies for the ornaments used in this series.  It’s Day 6 of the 12 Days of Christmas Series where 12 bloggers have joined forces to bring you a new ornament each day. Yes, that will be 144 ornaments at the end of this crazy venture we have all embarked on. We are