Dollar Tree Easter Egg
With Easter right around the corner I have been working on plenty of Easter and spring DIY’s. This egg is one of my favorites so far.
Cement Easter egg Dish
Baseball & Ladybug Magnets
Last year I was playing around with cement and came up with a very creative way to make some cute magnets. I wanted to make a baseball magnet to hang my sons baseball picture on the fridge. While I was painting them I came up with the idea for the ladybugs.
Step 1: Using wire cutters,
Decorative Candy Canes using Empty Candy Cane Candy Tubes
Every year for Christmas my son gets a ton of these candy tubes! Last year, after throwing some away, I decided to play around with them and see if I could turn them into something worth keeping.
Snowmen (made from empty cans of chew)
Due to the amount of money my husband spends on chew, I have been trying to find ways to recycle the cans. Last week I showed you the Christmas Candies I made using some of his chew cans.
Decorative Christmas Candies ( made from empty snuff cans)
My husband is a dipper. You can spare us all the “it’s horrible for your health” talks. He knows and I know, so there’s nothing you’d be telling us that we don’t already know.
Rudolph Applesauce Cups
Christmas is just around the corner and with that comes snack times at school. I always like to take something that is fun for the kids yet easy for the teachers. I saw many types of these Rudolph applesauce cups online and,
Fall Leaf Jewelry
I collected some leaves while going for a morning walk a few weeks ago. When I got back home I sat the leaves on my whiteboard and stared at them while finishing up another DIY post.
Remember earlier this month when I said this scarecrow wreath wouldn’t be the cutest? Well… I lied. It’s flipping adorable! Not only is it adorable but it’s a lot less messy than making a full scarecrow. It’s also very inexpensive to make. If you’re looking to make a full-bodied scarecrow check out the one my mom made a few years ago by clicking this link —>