I wanted to share a full view of the shiplap wallpaper from @wallpops It was really easy to apply and can peel right off any time to remove. I don't think she'll be wanting to remove it any time soon though! For this room makeover we kept all the same bedding and furniture, just freshened up the walls and added pops of black, white, and gold. The big Pom pillows were a HomeGoods find awhile ago, the chandelier and wall art is all from Hobby Lobby.
craft net full of fish For this craftivity you will need: this activity sheet bright colored paper craft sticks burlap ribbon (Found in the floral section of craft stores. I found mine for 50% off at Hobby Lobby.) scissors glue crayons To prepare, print out this activity sheet. Use the triangle patterns to cut out the sail from bright colored paper. Cut out several fish shapes for each child, and cut the burlap ribbon to the preferred size.
I bought the metal HOME sign, the Lost Socks sign, the wooden love and laundry signs and the "&" sign all at Hobby Lobby for half off. (I color matched the red from my dryer's lent screen at Home Depot and painted "HOME" and the "&" myself.) I traced around some scrapbook punch out letters and painted them in with black craft paint for the rest of the words.
the faces, I just didn't let them dry for very long (they only take a few minutes, but sometimes even a 'few minutes' is hard for me, and so there was a little smearing....so I ate those snowmen, and tried again). There are recipes for make your own hot chocolate mixes all over the net, and I don't think one is better than another (If you know of a 'better mix' let me know!), but I may produce these again next year in more of a mass quantity for other kiddos, and co-workers because I think a…
From @A Bowl Full of Lemons comes this simple and attractive idea for storing cookbooks that you use regularly. She says, "I use a cookbook several days out of the week… so having them here is much easier for me! I got my basket at Hobby Lobby on clearance for $17.00." #cookbooks #storage
Dried out roses by hanging them upside down and then placed them in a shadow box from Hobby Lobby (on sale for $12). To get a fuller effect I lightly separated the petals to expand the flower for a full bloom instead of just making them look too smashed.