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10 Home Decor Projects with Stencils

10 Home Decor Projects with Stencils

Stencils are a budget-minded crafter’s best friend. You can use stencils to freshen up thrift store finds or turn something old that you already own into something cute and new-to-you. Here are 10 awesome stencil home decor projects to whet your whistle!

Seed Packet Wreath - Dollar Store craft tutorial

Tutorial: Seed Packet Wreath

Create a quick and easy garden-inspired wreath using dollar store materials! This seed packet wreath is a cute way to   Read More »

Easter Egg Topiary Tutorial - dollar store craft

Tutorial: Easter egg topiary

Create a whimsical Easter egg topiary tree using supplies from the dollar store! I’m Pinterest junky, I’ll admit it.  I   Read More »

Make Faux Bois Typrography Art

Make Faux Bois Typography Art

I love a good typography art project, and these woodgrain monogram letters are so simple and cute! Carissa at Creative Green Living used an inexpensive blank monogram letter and peel and stick stencils to create this glittery faux bois effect. You could make this project even more budget-friendly by cutting your own monogram letter out of an old cardboard box instead of buying a blank. Wouldn’t this look sweet hanging up in your kid’s room?

10 Easy-to-Grow Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden

10 Easy-to-Grow Herbs for Your Kitchen Garden

Cooking with fresh herbs can be pretty pricey, but you might feel intimidated by the idea of growing your own. There are lots of herbs that are actually pretty easy to keep alive, even if you’re just planting them in your kitchen window! It’s all about knowing what to grow and how to care for it.

DIY Door hanger chore chart - dollar store craft

Make a Door Hanger Chore Chart

Easily keep track of chores with this convenient door hanger chore chart. I found the door hanger kit and the   Read More »

Upcycled Cat Hammock

Make a Cat Hammock from an Old Towel

Don’t these cats look cozy in their little hammocks? You can sew these up for the cats in your life or make them to donate to your local animal rescue! Squidoo user (Squidooer?) Pam Irie opted for the latter, and she shares her detailed tutorial in case you want to do the same thing! I love how these cat hammocks give your kitty an elevated place to sleep. I don’t know about your cats, but mine prefer being up high, so they can survey their kingdom.

Kid-Friendly Vegetable Recipes

10 Kid-Friendly Vegetable Recipes

Getting kids to eat their veggies can be a little bit tricky, can’t it? My 11-month-old just dove headfirst into a phase where anything green on his tray that’s not avocado goes straight onto the floor. Maddening! These are the kid-friendly vegetable recipes I’m looking at to avoid more of this picky eating as he gets bigger.

Magnetic Chalkboard Spice Rack

Make a Magnetic, Chalkboard Spice Rack

Kristi at Addicted 2 Decorating shared a tutorial for making a magnetic chalkboard spice rack, and frankly it’s genius. The spices go in small glass jars with magnets on the lids, so you can pull them down and stash them easily. The chalkboard means you can label what’s what and change things up as you replace the spices in your stash. Love it!

Home Remedies for Cold and Flu Season

10 Home Remedies for Cold and Flu

Holy moly, y’all. My son started daycare in the fall, and this cold and flu season has been the worst.   Read More »