Made out of dollar store items...foam wreath, extra Christmas glass balls, red, blue and star garland and some wooden plaques I had left over from another project....
With a little help from my silhouette machine and a glue gun, I present to you my festive patriotic wreath! You can bet your bottom dollar I'll be using this for the fourth of July as well as Labor Day Weekend!
I was inspired by a craft I saw on etsy so I can't say this was my idea...but I loved it so much I had to re create it. I started by painting this 16x20 canvas to look like a sky fading it from darker blue to a lighter blue. I used my nifty silhouette machine to cut out a dandelion, the "pollen" and the phrase:
"Let Go and Let God"
I love it and it's a constant reminder to give my worry away to Him....to
And then I saw this cute hand print heart that she had her kids make last Valentines Day and wanted to get my kids to try it. They actually did quite well with it considering they are 15 months and 3 1/2!
Thanks A Little Tipsy for the awesome new Valentines Day crafts!
As if I don't have enough going on in my life...between our business (SMA); our family; band practice and service; keeping up with this blog, keeping up with our family blog (which I've been slacking on); and everything that life brings...I've decided to start yet another blog- Words to Grow On. This blog is about my journey through faith and all that I'm learning...all the ways I'm growing. I hope you'll come and following along.
I just LOVE hugs and kisses- XoXo and I love those pretty colored marbles...put the two together and you have a pretty cool project for Valentines Day.
I started off with one of these shadow boxes from Michaels (on sale for $2!!).
Pretty pink, red and white marbles...
Now, get creative! I did originally write out LOVE but the red marbles didn't show up well against the black background :( ...but the XOXO came out SO cute. I added some sparkly paint for hearts and voila!
I think this looks too cute in my hutch! I'll have to add some more valentines crafts to it though ;)