Cute Valentine Decor! Hearts for door. Made from purchased styrofoam glitter hearts (Hobby Lobby) hot glued on wired fabric ribbon. Gather at top and make loop bow with remaining ribbon. Wha-la! Instant door decor!
DIY drawer liner!! removable, interchangeable, and cleanable!! i wanted to protect my drawers but without sticky contact paper mess, and no double sided tape. so i came up with this little midnight craft! take favorite fabric/paper cut to size of drawer, then cover with plexi glass!!! (plexi glass available at lowes and hobby lobby between $1- $8) SUPER easy to do and even easier to CLEAN!!! remove plexi, wipe, and throw fabric in washer! voila! happy drawer lining everyone!
Horseshoe wall hanging. Easy to make and inexpensive. All you need is hot glue, twine, fabric flowers (I bought mine at Hobby Lobby), and horseshoes (can be bought at any farm store or from someone who shoes horses). Just glue the twine on the back side of the shoe in the groove and arrange your flowers how you'd like and there you go. Please note that I used a high temp glue.
My everyday Rae Dunn inspired Farmhouse Table Centerpiece - 3 Tier Stand from Hobby Lobby, Rae Dunn Tea Pot, Stationary Paper Weight and Farm Round plates. Love & Laugh Rocks from Joann Fabrics, Fancy Spoons and Knives from Marshalls, Topiaries from Hobby Lobby.
The fun Valentine's door hanger Reese and I made yesterday for $2. We got wooden letters at Hobby Lobby for $.99 each and wrapped them with scrap fabric, nailed them with together (with tiny pin nails), and hung them with scrap ribbon.
Fabric cross on wood. Super simple and easy to make. Fabric is gathered in the centers with a twist tie and stapled in the back. The centerpiece is made with two large embellishments from Hobby Lobby hot glued together on an alligator clip.