How to make Gift Tags with GraphicStock

Merry Christmas gift tags for personal use

Thanks to GraphicStock for sponsoring todays post. Today I'm sharing how to make gift tags for free! Using GraphicStock and PicMonkey! Plus I made some for you to print out and use for yourself. Ok let's get started! The first thing you will need are graphics or photos. GraphicStock is offering 7-Day free trial for you to download ...

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Christmas Gift Wrapping with Natural Elements

Christmas gift idea for wrapping

Christmas Gift Wrapping with Natural Elements plus 9 more gift wrapping ideas that are almost too pretty to open! I decided to add a few natural ingredients to gift wrapping this year. The main color on the tree is aqua - turquoise. Mixing fresh eucalyptus and feathers just seemed like the perfect addition. I bought a bunch of feathers at the ...

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Mason Jar Christmas Gift Idea

Christmas gift idea - aqua mason jar filled with gifts

Mason Jar Christmas Gift Idea Plus 29 more Mason Jar Gift ideas from 29 Famous Bloggers - at the end of the post! Plus a Giveaway! Be sure to enter! And if that's not enough, we have a giveaway for you to enter!! Mason Jars are the perfect vessel for adding holiday cheer. In fact, I love them so much you don't even have to put a gift in ...

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DIY Rustic Modern Metal Crafts 35 Ideas

Christmas idea for a lantern using a galvanized feed scoop

Yes, 35 rustic metal ideas for you all wrapped up in a beautiful book, DIY Rustic Modern Metal Crafts by my friend Laura Putnam of Finding Home. We met 4 years ago at Haven Conference in Atlanta. I had been reading Laura's blog for a while and was so excited to finally meet her in person. She is so creative and filled with inspiration. When she ...

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Christmas Ornament Easy DIY

Snow Ball Ornament

Guys today I'm sharing a cute Christmas Ornament, super easy DIY. As a matter of fact the whole month of October my blogger friends and I have been working behind our computer screens like little ornament elves. We have designed a different one for each day. You can see our progress at the end of the post! Why don't you grab your supplies and ...

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How to Re-purpose Cutting Boards

Cozy family room at

You know I love a challenge and this fun idea is from Wayfair! I can't wait to show you this transformation, Office Supplies from Cutting Boards How to Re-Purpose Cutting Boards In honor of the great craft swap Wayfair sent me a set of cutting boards and challenged me to repurpose them. I can't count on one hand the ideas that went through ...

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Burlap and Flowers

Double doors with pretty burlap bags filled with flowers

Hey guys, today I'm sharing a fun idea for your front door! Burlap and Flowers On one of my recent outings, I was cruising the isles of Hobby Lobby and I came across these burlap grow bags. They were around $3 each and I thought it would be cool to grow something in a burlap bag, lined with plastic with drain holes. Yep, I was going to create a ...

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Homemade Bath Salts

Soothing Bath Salts

Homemade Bath Salts are super easy to make and personalize. You only need a few ingredients and a container to put them in. I really appreciate soaking in a hot  bath after working on a furniture makeover! These days I don't know if it's all the furniture moving or my old age, but these aching muscles are loving any reason to soak in a lavender ...

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Adorable Mini Garden Ideas

DIY ideas for an enchanting mini garden.

Adorable Mini Garden Ideas Love container gardens? I do too! Today I'm sharing, ways to take the container garden a step further. Want to know the secret to creating a captivating miniature garden, think small. indoor furniture golf carts cottages patio furniture people/fairies/toys It's all in the details. Put yourself in ...

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No Sew Denim Pillow

DIY a cute now sew pillow

  DIY Easy, Peasy No SEW Denim Pillow You will need: jeans glue gun Dollar Tree Pom Poms Rubber Bands Ribbon Rectangular pillow form 1. Supplies 2. Lay your pillow on the legs of the jeans and cut to fit, leaving 5" of extra fabric on both ends. 3. Use rubber bands on both ends to close. 4. Add ribbon to cover ...

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