Tuesday, February 25, 2014

DIY Easter Egg Round Up!

I love everything about spring (except for the pollen). Easter egg decorating is one of our favorite activities. I think that the kiddos and I will attempt a few of these pretty soon.

1. Textile Eggs
2. Rubberband Eggs
3. Sharpie Eggs
4. Russian Easter Eggs
5. Nail Polish Marbled Eggs
6. Sprinkle Eggs
7. Sequin Eggs
8. Easter Egg Decal

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Grain Sack Drop Cloth Tablecloth

I decided that I needed an awesome tablecloth to go with my newly covered kitchen chairs. Also, I have like ten thousand yards left of the drop cloth. I'm getting so close to having the french country kitchen I've always wanted. I added a little bit of paint to give it that French grain sack look.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Paper Mâché Jellyfish

I got it in my head that I had to do these jellyfish for Lucy's birthday party. I wish I could be the kind of person to just go to Party City and be done with it. That would save a lot of colorful language and a lot of glitter cleanup. But no, I chose to go down the path of paper mâché glitter jellyfish. Before I start with the tutorial, keep in mind that I decided to do this with an almost 3 year old and a 9 month old in the house. The 9 month old was so sparkly you could  see her from select satellite views.

Monday, January 27, 2014

Drop Cloth Kitchen Chairs

I've been wanting to redo my kitchen chairs since the first time my husband let my then, 2 year old, eat dinner at the kitchen table instead of the high chair. She has since had her own designated chair. Ick.

Now, I think our chairs are pretty kick ass.

Monday, January 6, 2014

Je t'aime Canvas

I hate when you see a picture of something online, but then you can never find the source for it or it's a billion dollars. That's where this comes in. I'm sprucing up our master bedroom and this goes nicely in there and just in time for Valentine's Day!

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Ornament Garland

I reeeeeally wanted an ornament garland, but the ones I found at the store were not in the colors or style that I wanted, or they way too long. So I put on my Miss Mash hat and made my own.