Decorating for a patriotic holiday or to show your pride, it’s never been easier to have the best looking door on the block., This American Flag Door Decor can be made in 20 minutes or less and is so easy. No crazy craft skills needed. It’s that time of the month again for my favorite
Wreaths are one of my favorite things to create and to decorate with. I’ll admit I have a wreath obsession. For this June Dollar Store Craft Challenge, I knew I waned to make a wreath. My blogging friends and I are participating in a June Dollar Store Craft Challenge Blog Hop. The Dollar Store has
In the middle of winter driving home “It’s America” by Rodney Atkins came on the radio. I belted out the tune, thinking to myself “I love this song.” Honestly I love all of Rodney Atkins song, how can you not (if your not a country music fan, it’s cool). The chorus of this song is
My kids want to have a 4th of July parade to celebrate “America Time.” So I thought it would be cute to make this patriotic baton craft with the kids to carry and twirl. The patriotic batons are easy and fun to make. The kids had a blast making them and love playing with them.
The bond between my children and their grandparents is the sweetest thing, it’s a love that runs deep and I love seeing them together. Plus it takes me back to my childhood and things they did with me. I wanted to make a Papa Picture Frame to capture one of those sweet moments. My favorite
My favorite part of summer is flip flops! It’s my favorite type of sandal to wear. I will honestly wear flip flops anytime it’s over 50 degrees. I thought it would be fun to create a flip flop summer sign using the new curved text feature in Cricut Design Space for this months Craft and
I started crafting with paper many years ago when I began scrapbooking. I fell in love with all the pretty scrapbook paper. The one thing I have never made is a paper wreath and I love wreaths! Finally I made a Fun Summer Paper Wreath and I had so much fun doing this. I can’t
Summer Time is finally here, the sun, the sand, the water, the flip flops, ice cream and fun! I was given these board by my neighbor so this is an upcycled project to recreate something new. Before beginning, cut your board to size and sand the edges. My dad does all the cutting and sanding
Whoever came up with the Target Dollar Spot is a genius. It’s my favorite part of the store. I couldn’t believe all the adorable stuff for 4th of July, all the red, white, and blue. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to have it. It’s cute as is, but I decided
Do you have your 4th of July outfit and accessories ready? At a parade, picnic, BBQ, lake, boat or at home, memories will be made and photographs will be taken. Here is a simple DIY Picture Frame to display your favorite memory from the 4th of July. This project is simple, easy and budget friendly.