Learn how to sew a ruffle bench slipcover that is perfect for beginners and will add texture to any space. Update a family heirloom or even a thrift find. They are easy to clean and perfect for a house full of kids. I have a lot of people ask me how I can live with so much white in a house full of kids. Well, the answer is, slipcovers. Slipcovers can be removed and thrown in the wash. Over the years, I've made some for our couches, chairs, Ikea chairs, you name it. My kids get
Learn how to do macrame and create your own wall art with this macrame wall hanging for beginners. This post contains affiliate links, which means I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. See my full disclosure here. Macrame may look complicated. I promise you it really is so simple, even for beginners. I will walk you through it with this macrame wall hanging DIY tutorial. We are working on doing a makeover in the girls room. I have done a few other DIY's for
This reversible apron pattern makes a sweet, thoughtful gift any time of the year, but especially at Christmas. Follow my tips below to easily create a gift that is one-of-a-kind. I've been talking a lot about DIY Christmas presents on Youtube and the blog, and this project makes a great gift, so today I want to show you all how to make this DIY reversible apron. This is actually something I actually came up with several years ago. Recently, when I was at my in-laws'
Today I want to share with you 10 homemade Christmas gift ideas for friends and family that they will absolutely adore. These simple projects are easy to create, and will make anyone feel loved. I just love to add a personal touch to Christmas time gift-giving by making some handmade gifts. Some people in your life, like parents and grandparents, or aunts and uncles, pretty much have everything they need, or buy whatever they need at the time they need it. These are the people who
Learn how to make a pillow from a sweater, creating a beautiful and cozy piece of decor for your home. This thrifted project is an easy and inexpensive way to add charm to any room. Last year, my favorite sweater (that you might recognize, because I wore it in tons of my videos) was this cream, cable knit sweater that I got from Thred Up, originally Gap. I was excited to dig it out and put it back on after having the baby, but sadly, I noticed it had a big hole right in the front of