DIY Canvas Prints
DIY Canvas Prints I LOVE the look of canvas prints...but, I haven't been able to persuade my frugal little self to actually pay for them. Then, along came this idea. It was inspired by my super crafty sister in law. She's amazing, really. And after seeing what she did with her family photos...I thought to myself : 'I wonder if you could wrap your own photos onto canvas?'....turns out...YOU CAN!!! Let's get to the DIY Canvas Prints. Here is what you will need: -CANVAS 2' smaller on each side…
DIY Thankful Photo Board with Free Printables!
Hey friends! Hope you all had an awesome weekend! You don't have to stick around here long to know my love for photos. To me, photos make the best decorations and gifts. I have a
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Not everything knitted is what you'd expect! Try one of these unusual knitting patterns on Bluprint to break away from your usual routine of shawls & hats.
2 Dollars + 2 Minutes = 2 Scarves
I can't remember the last time Sharon or I posted a full-on tutorial for a craft. Have you been missing them, too? Today at Hobby Lobby, inspiration struck me when I found a 3/4 yard remnant of grey jersey fabric for $2.69. Immediately, I thought "scarves!" because I have admittedly been a bit scarf-obsessed lately which is crazy considering it's still very much summer here in Florida. 3/4 of a yard of jersey knit turned out to be the perfect amount of fabric for two scarves. The supply list…
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No-Low Cost Art
I'm a huge pinterest fan...like pinning everyday. I get a lot of fun ideas to try for my house. The following project was pinterest inspired. I was able to create this with no cost because I already had all the supplies. I used a piece of plywood I had in my garage, but you could use a canvas. I began with mod-podging old book pages onto the plywood and you don't have to use expensive store bought mod podge (make your own by mixing equal parts of elmer's glue and water in a glass jar). After…