I’m sharing a simple spring flower wreath to make as you wait for your flowers to bloom!
I have a love affair with sunshine. Spring and summer are my favorites! No more cold feet and freezing when I go outside! But the best of all is the color of spring and all the flowers that are popping up in my flower gardens! So far there is only crocus and daffodils so while I wait for the real thing I’m getting out my spring decor to enjoy! I don’t have anything springish for my door so I’m trying a couple of styles to decide what I like!
Our family LOVES to make gifts for others at Christmas. It’s economical and it makes it extra special when it’s handmade! We also have a tradition of a new ornament each year for everyone so these DIY Jenga Ornaments are perfect as they are handmade and cost very little to make!
As with many of my crafts I started with the items in my home and then went to the Dollar Tree for the rest of my supplies. I’m always surprised what I find there! What doesn’t surprise me is the great bargains!
I have a confession to make. Mason jars are my addiction. I can't NOT buy them at a garage sale. My daughter says that I have "jar" a problem. She's probably right. Last summer I started up-cycling some of my "extra" jars (Translate: I had run out of space and needed to share some of the love with friends) into Bless You jar tissue dispensers!
Are you on the hunt for a great teacher appreciation gift? Teacher Appreciation Day is May 8th!!!! So don’t wait too long to make these Pencil Holders for each of your child’s teachers.
Not interested in making these yourself?
The be sure you check out my Etsy page because you can order them from me! Blue Daisy Dreamer is my handmade craft design business so that is the name on my Etsy page.
I have a new adventure that I want to tell you about it!!! Normally I am talking all about how to make rag rugs but today I can't wait to share the steps on how to make a Personalized Coir Rug. It's an easy fun project that can be made for a unique Christmas or housewarming gift!