Winter Garland

I love garlands!! They are so fun to decorate with throughout the year! I found this winter garland at Hobby Lobby and wanted to remake it smaller to fit in my kitchen! I bought the garland when it was 70% off so it was a pretty good deal! I love the mixture of the silver snowflakes and the rusty bells.

I decided I wanted to add felt balls to this garland. I used white and grey balls. the amount you will need will depend on how long your garland is and your pattern.

To get started in making the new garland I measured out the twine I needed. Then I made a loop knot on one end.

I used a yarn needle to thread the items on the twine.

You can put the garland together in whatever pattern you wish. Below is a picture of the pattern I did.

I took the bows off of the old garland and used hot glue to attach them to the silver snowflakes. Then when you are done with your garland you add another loop to the end of the garland.

I really enjoyed remaking this garland and loved adding my own spin to it! Would love to see pictures of your favorite garlands!

Snowman Ornament Makeovers

Supplies Needed:

  • I decorated two different snowman ornaments. One is a snowman head and the other is a full snowman body. I got both from Michael’s.

Painted Snowman Face Ornament Supplies:

  • Paint Brushes
  • Orange, Black, and White Paint
  • Mod Podge
  • White Glitter

Decoupaged Snowman Supplies:

  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Scrapbook Paper, I used two different kinds of embossed paper
  • Mod Podge
  • Black Paint
  • Paint Brushes
  • Cloth or Parchment Paper
  • Iron
  • Black Buttons
  • White Craft Wax
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks

Painted Snowman Instructions:

There are so many ways that you could decorate these ornaments, which is part of what makes it so fun! You can make it your own!

First, I painted the snowman face ornament. I love the texture look of the wood and didn’t feel like I needed to add a lot of embellishments. I first painted the black hat and orange nose.

Then I painted the face with white paint.

Once the paint was dried, I brushed over the white paint with mod podge. Then I sprinkled glitter over the mod podge. Once the area you want is covered with glitter you can shake off the excess glitter from the face.

Some of the glitter did stick to the hat of the ornament. But I love how it turned out.

Decoupaged Snowman Instructions:

First I traced the outline of the snowman and hat on the paper I picked for this project. Then I cut it out.

I painted the hat black before decoupaging it. Then I brushed mod podge on the wooden ornament and placed the snowman cut outs on top.

Instead of brushing mod podge on top of the paper as well I used the ironing technique. All I did was put a piece of cloth over the ornament after I put the paper on top of the mod podge. Then I ironed the ornament until the paper was secured to the ornament. I went over the ornament several times with the iron and then checked it to make sure the paper was secure.

I wanted to add this white wax to the body of the ornament. I had never used this before but thought it would add to the look. I just used my finger to rub the wax on.

Then I used my awl to make a hole in the hat where the twine hang originally was and added the twine hanger. Then I used hot glue to add the black buttons!

Hope these makeovers gave you some additional ideas for your ornament makeovers!!

Easy Thankful Sign

Supplies Needed:

  • Wood Sign, I got mine from Hobby Lobby
  • White Paint
  • Brush
  • Sandpaper
  • Thanksgiving Paper Placemat
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Macramé Yarn


This sign is really easy to make!! You can make this with any paper placemat. I love these “thankful” placemats from Hobby Lobby!

The first step I took was to paint the edges of the wood sign white. Once the paint is dried you can sand it to distress it.

Then trim the paper placemat to fit your sign. I just used a regular paper cutter. Once the paper placemat is the right size you can use hot glue to attach the paper to the sign. I found this to be the fastest and easiest way to secure the placemat to the sign.

I bought this macramé yarn at Michael’s when it was only $5. You can use any color that matches your sign. I used hot glue to line the yarn around the edges of the sign.

Then you have a cute and fun sign!! It can be so simple to make unique and fun items for your home!

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Halloween Cookie Cutter Craft

Supplies Needed:

  • Canvas
  • Black, Purple, and Purple Glitter Paint
  • Cauldron Cookie Cutter, I got mine from Walmart
  • Black Tulle
  • Hot Glue Gun & Sticks
  • Foam Brush
  • Scissors


This is a really easy and fun craft! First I lightly brushed the canvas with purple and black paint. You can use a dry brushing technique. To do this you use a mostly dry brush with a little bit of paint to cover the canvas.

Once the canvas is covered, you can prepare your cookie cutter. I used scissors to cut a gap in the middle of the top of the cookie cutter to pull the tulle through. Then you can put hot glue around the edges of the cookie cutter to attach it to the canvas. I put it toward the bottom of the canvas.

I had this black tulle left over from another project and used one piece folded in half.

I first pulled the tulle through the hole I made at the top of the cookie cutter. I bunched up the tulle to fit it into the cauldron and used hot glue to keep the tulle secure. Then I fanned out the tulle over the other half of the canvas and used small drops of hot glue to secure it.

Then I brushed the purple glitter on the black tulle to give it some sparkle.

I love how this turned out!! Comment below if you give this try or your favorite Halloween craft!

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Thankful Sign

Supplies Needed

  • Wood Circle, I got mine from Hobby Lobby
  • Fall Themed Cupcake Wrapper
  • Mod Podge and Brush
  • Hot Glue Gun & Sticks
  • Pinecones, I got a bag of them from Hobby Lobby
  • DecoArt Textured Paint Gold
  • Twine


I saw these cupcake wrappers, at Dollar Tree, and thought they would make a great sign! I bought these small round signs from Hobby Lobby. I decoupaged the wrapper to the center of the sign. To decoupage you brush mod podge on the wood, place the wrapper on top, and brush mod podge on top of the wrapper.

After it dried, I hot glued pinecones around the edge of the wrapper. When gluing the pinecones make sure to hold it in place for about 10 seconds while the hot glue dries.

After all the pinecones were glued, I used a brush and painted gold textured paint around the rest of the circle. I love the look of textured paint!!

After the paint was dried, I used hot glue to attach a twine hanger on the back!

Love how this sign turned out!! Comment below if you give this a try!

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Fall Wreath & Dollar Tree Towel

Supplies Needed

  • Wire Wreath Form
  • Dollar Tree Fall Towel
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Burlap
  • Fabric Scraps
  • Brown Wire
  • Small Pinecone
  • Scissors


I was excited to incorporate this Dollar Tree towel into a fall wreath! First I used a pen to trace where I wanted to cut the towel. I made sure to leave room for the towel to be wrapped around the inner ring.

Then I cut the towel out. I turned the towel and wreath form over so I could glue the towel to the wreath form. I put hot glue on the edge of the towel and wrapped it around the inner ring of the wreath.

Once all edges of the towel were glued to the inner ring, I started cutting strips of burlap to wrap around the other rings. I used a piece of burlap that was starting to unravel a bit and wanted it to have a more rustic look. I wrapped the strips around the rest of rings on the wreath. I used hot glue to secure the burlap at the beginning and the end of the wrapping.

I wanted to make a fabric bow to put on the wreath. I already had some fabric strips cut so I gathered those so that there were loops on both ends of the bow. Once I had all that I wanted I used a small piece of brown wire to secure the bow in the middle. and fluffed the bow to get how I wanted it to look. I added a small pinecone in the middle of the bow.

Then I used hot glue to attach the bow to the wreath.

This is a super simple wreath and you could customize it with your favorite towel, burlap, and fabric!! Comment below if you give this a try!

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Halloween Canvas Sign

This is a simple Halloween sign, but I love the way it turned out!!

Supplies Needed

  • Black Canvas
  • Dollar Tree Wood Halloween Cutout
  • White Spray Paint
  • Bow Material: I used black burlap, Halloween ribbon, Spanish moss, and brown wire
  • Hot Glue Gun & Sticks


I bought this black canvas from Michael’s on sale. It was in a 2 pack for only $2.40! I laid the wood cutout down on the canvas and spray painted it white so that the outline of the wood sign would be on the canvas. It turned out great and has a spooky vibe!

Then I made the bow! I used black burlap strips, ribbons loops, and Spanish moss.

I put three strips of black burlap crisscross on the bottom, then added Spanish moss, and then crisscross loops of the Halloween ribbon. You can put as much material in your bow as you want depending on how full you want it.

Then I gathered the material in the middle and tied a brown wire around the middle.

I covered the middle of the bow with a small piece of black burlap.

Then glue your bow to the top of your canvas sign!!

If you give this a try comment below with a picture!

Shadow Box Snowman

Supplies Needed:

  • 2 Shadow Boxes, I got mine from Michael’s that were hexagon shaped
  • White and Black Paint
  • Scissors
  • Popsicle Sticks
  • Hot Glue Gun & Sticks
  • Brush
  • Christmas Greenery and flowers of choice


These hexagon shadow boxes are from Michael’s and we’re only $1 each. I cut the twine hanger off the one the one that will be at the bottom of the snowman. There is also a metal hanger on the back of these frames for wall decor.

I used hot glue to glue the frames together. You could also use wood glue or E6000, but the hot glue worked great for me! After the frames were glued together I painted them white.

I decided to use felt balls for the inside of my snowman, but you can also use stuffing. I squished the felt balls in tightly.

I then put hot glue on each felt ball to secure them.

Once all the white felt balls are secure, I hot glued colored felt balls for the eyes, nose, and buttons.

Then I made the hat with popsicle sticks. I used gardening shears to cut the popsicle sticks but you can also use scissors. I started with the base of the hat and then formed the top of the hat with shorter popsicle sticks. I used hot glue to hold the sticks together.

Then I painted the hat black. I added a few white sticks, greenery, white flowers, and a pinecone to the hat.

I used hot glue to attach the hat to the top of the snowman! There is a hanger on the frames so you could hang it or prop it up on a shelf!

Hope you give this a try! Comment below with your favorite snowman crafts!

Fall Wood Sign

Supplies Needed:

  • Mod Podge
  • Brush
  • Wood Sign
  • Fall Fabric
  • Scissors
  • Fall Floral Decorations
  • Bow Materials: scrap fabric, burlap, and Spanish moss
  • Hot Glue Gun & Sticks


This craft is so fun because you can customize it to how decorate in your home for Fall. I got this wood sign from Target and this Fall fabric from Walmart.

I cut the fabric into strips to fit the boards of the sign. Then I used mod podge to decoupage the fabric to the sign. First brush on mod podge on the sign and place your fabric on the sign. Then brush mod podge on top of the fabric.

Once all the fabric strips are decoupaged let them dry. Once the sign is dry you can add whatever fall decorations you want too. I added a large sunflower and leaves and a simple rag bow. I added plaid burlap, strips of fabric and Spanish moss into my bow and tied it in the middle. Then glued the decorations on the sign!

Comment below if you give this a try or with your favorite Fall sign creation!

Grapevine Pumpkin

Supplies Needed:

  • 8 Small Grapevine Wreaths
  • Brown Wire
  • 2 Wood Spools
  • Twine
  • Hot Glue Gun and Sticks
  • Spanish Moss
  • Greenery


This is a very simple craft, but is also a great addition to your fall home decor! I took the 8 small grapevine wreaths and used wire to gather them together.

I twisted the wire to hold the grapevine wreaths securely in place.

Pumpkin stems are so fun because you can use all kinds of materials to make them. I had these two small wood spools that I glued together to make the stem.

I used hot glue to wrap the twine around the spools. I added a little bit of hot glue at the beginning, middle, and end of the spools to keep the twine in place. I also put hot glue on the top of the spool and circled the twine on top.

Then I put hot glue on the bottom of the stem and placed it securely in the middle of the pumpkin.

I love to add Spanish moss to pumpkins! I put hot glue on the wreaths where I wanted the moss and adjusted it accordingly. Then added some greenery.

I hope you give this a try! Share your favorite pumpkin crafts in the comments!

Fall Tree Decor

Felt Ball Pumpkins

Making pumpkins with these felt balls is so easy! I used shades of orange and white to make the pumpkins.

First I made a hole in the felt ball with my awl so that the stem could sink into the ball a little bit.

Then I used hot glue to glue on the small stems I cut. You could add other decorations, but I loved them plain. I didn’t add a hanger to them. I just stuck them into the tree.

Wood Bead Pumpkins

I wanted to use my wood beads for make some bigger pumpkin ornaments. You can make these as big or small as you want. I stringed some of the beads on the waxed thread and then did a double knot to make it into a circle.

Then I painted it with the Decoart Spiced Pumpkin paint.

Then I added a little bit of Spanish moss, a wood stem, and a green leaf.

Pumpkin Topper

I made the topper in a Facebook live video. You can check it out on the Blooming Resilient Facebook page.

I took the bottom of a mesh trash can that I had already cut out and painted it orange. I had precut a piece of lace to be the size of the mesh circle. I put it on top of the mesh circle and painted it orange as well. I used mod podge to get the lace to stick to the circle.

Then I added the stem, Spanish moss, and greenery!

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Fall Floral Craft

Supplies Needed

I did two parts for this craft. The first was painting the glass bowl for the flower bouquet to go into and the second was arranging the flowers in the bowl.

Glass Bowl Painting Supplies:

  • Mod Podge
  • Black Acrylic Paint
  • Painting Sponge
  • Something to mix the mod podge and the acrylic paint
  • Bowl for paint
  • Glass Container

Floral Bouquet Supplies:

  • Fall flowers of your choice
  • Rocks for the bottom of the bowl or Styrofoam


I tried this new technique of mixing mod podge and acrylic paint to create a textured surface with the paint. I put some of both in the bowl and mixed it with a foam brush. I used a paint sponge to apply it to the bowl.

I dabbed the surface with the sponge until the whole surface of the bowl was covered. Then I let it dry and touched up some areas.

I love the look of this paint!! It has a see through aspect on the inside but appears black and textured on the outside.

I had fall flowers, leaves, mushrooms, and Halloween decor to go inside the bowl. I got these from Michael’s some from the Halloween section and some from the floral department.

I started making the bouquet by putting in the rocks and the greenery.

After I added in the fall flowers and mushrooms. I added in the “Boo!” sign, but also love it without it!

I love the way this turned out!! Comment below if you give this a try or your favorite fall bouquets!

DIY Fall Felt Ball Garland

Supplies Needed:

  • Needle
  • Waxed Thread
  • Scissors
  • Felt Balls, I used white, yellow, green, and purple


This is really simple to make and so fun! You can make such a beautiful garlands with felt balls. I used colors that reminded me of fall and incorporated shades of white, yellow, green, and purple. It makes me think of the Indian corn decorations.

To start the garland I made a loop at the end of the piece of waxed thread.

Thread your needle and then use your needle to gather the felt balls together. I just pushed the needle through each ball and pushed the ball down the the end of the garland. The needle goes through the felt balls really easily. Once you have all the balls you want sewn together you can make another loop at the end.

These garlands are fun to hang, use in baskets or drape over a shelf!

I hope you give this a try!!

Vinyl decal on T-shirt

Supplies Needed:

  • Plain t-shirt, I had previously bought mine at Michael’s
  • Heat Transfer Vinyl, I got mine on Amazon
  • Iron
  • Parchment Paper, I used Coffee filters


This is a really simple project. First place your vinyl decal where you want it. Then use the parchment paper, I used coffee filters, and iron it the decal on the T-shirt. You may have to put a good amount of pressure on the iron while it’s on the decal to get it to transfer. I only had the iron on the decal in 15 second intervals. You can check it periodically to see if the plastic is ready to come off.

Once the decal is pressed onto the shirt you can peel off the plastic. Check that the whole decal is securely transferred to the T-shirt. If not you can iron the decal with the coffee filter on top of it, but be careful the iron can burn the vinyl if it touches it directly.

Then you have a fun shirt! In my experience vinyl does tend to peel off shirts in the washer and dryer. I would say hand wash only, or at least turn the t shirt inside out in the washer and hang dry.

Cutting Board Makeover

Crafting with cutting boards is so fun and there are so many things you can do with them! I wanted to make this cutting board into a wall hanging. I got this cutting board from Home Goods.

I wanted to use this left over jean pocket as a way to create a bouquet on the cutting board. You can decorate the pocket however you want or leave it plain.

I wanted to use these pins to hold down the pocket but the wood made the pins bend. So I pre-nailed holes that were a similar size to the pins and then was able to use to pins to hold the pocket. Once the pin was stuck in the wood I did lightly tap them with a hammer to secure them.

Then I put in harvest leaves and flowers to create the wall hanging.

I put the artificial wheat and other leaves in the back and the rest of the flowers in the front. Would love to see how you get creative with cutting boards!

Vinyl Wood Sign

Supplies Needed

  • Wood Sign
  • Heat Transfer Vinyl, I used these that I bought from Amazon
  • Iron
  • Parchment Paper, I didn’t have parchment paper so I used a coffee filter
  • Scissors


These wood hangers are from Hobby Lobby and I bought these vinyl signs from Amazon. These two seemed to be a good fit for the hangers.

I used a coffee filter instead of parchment paper for ironing. I put the iron on the highest temperature and pressed it on the sign in 15 second intervals. Be careful to not burn yourself or the sign. I did have to put some pressure on the iron when it was on the sign. You can periodically test it to see if the vinyl is sticking to the sign by peeling off the plastic. The plastic will be hot so be careful!

When the whole vinyl piece is stuck to the sign you can peel off the whole piece of plastic. Then you have a cute sign!! 🌻

DIY Kraft Paper Pumpkin

Supplies Needed:

  • Kraft Wrapping Paper
  • Waxed Thread
  • Needle
  • Scissors
  • Stuffing
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue Sticks
  • Orange and Brown Paint
  • Foam Brush


I first cut a large circle. You can cut the circle any size you want. You could make very small pumpkins for basket fillers or a big pumpkin to have placed around the house.

I used waxed thread to sew this pumpkin because it is very strong. I get my waxed thread on Amazon. It was very easy to sew. You can just do a basic stitch around the whole circle. Just be sure to leave the ends out of the front so you can pull the pumpkin closed. I used the needle to poke holes in the paper as I sewed.

Once you have the whole circle sewn you can start the process of closing the pumpkin. This is a little tricky because the paper might rip. To prevent this I pulled the thread with one hand and pushed the paper together with the other so that no area got too much tension.

Once it is mostly closed you can start adding stuffing! It can be as plump as you want! Once you have stuffed it with as much stuffing as you would like you can then close the hole by securely tying the thread together. I did a triple knot just to be sure it was closed tightly.

I used scraps from cutting the circle to make the stem. I just twisted the paper together and glued it with hot glue to hold it’s shape. Also make sure the bottom of the stem is wide enough to cover the hole on top of the pumpkin.

I painted the stem and the pumpkin separately before gluing them together. I used this spiced pumpkin paint for the pumpkin. I tried to cover the pumpkin with paint as much as possible, but didn’t worry too much about the creases. I used this dark chocolate paint for the stem. I covered the stem as much and possible, but didn’t worry about the original color showing through.

Then you can hot glue the stem on top and you have a pumpkin!! This was so fun and makes such a unique pumpkin!! I hope you will give this a try!! Comment below with your favorite pumpkin creations!

Change Jar Makeover

Supplies Needed:

  • Jar
  • Tissue Paper
  • Dried Flowers, I got mine from Amazon
  • Mod Podge
  • Brush

Optional if printing on tissue paper:

  • Printer
  • Piece of paper
  • Double Sided Tape
  • Scissors


I was excited to do this change jar makeover! I washed the jar before doing any crafting with it. I decided to print a saying on tissue paper to decoupage on the jar.

To print on the tissue paper I used double sided tape to attach the the tissue paper to a regular piece of paper and put it in the printer to print. It worked really well!

I then cut out the phrase I printed and decoupaged it to the top of the jar. I learned that it is important to be a little gentle when decoupaging the tissue paper because it is easy to tear.

Then you can move on to decoupaging the dried flowers! It’s very easy to do. I had two different packs of dried flowers and so I mixed the different flowers and leaves together.

First you will want to brush mod podge on the jar. Then place the the desire flower or leaf down and brush mod podge on top of it.

I mod podged the flowers all the way around the jar. You can use as many as fits your preference or jar. The excess mod podge will dry clear.

This was so fun!! I hope you give this a try!

Chicken Wire Wreath

Supplies Needed:

  • Jute Wreath, I got mine from Michael’s
  • Chicken Wire
  • Wire Cutters
  • Fabric Scraps
  • Artificial flowers and leaves, I used burlap leaves from Hobby Lobby
  • Hot Glue Gun & Hot Glue Sticks


This is a simple wreath to make and can also be used as a space to hang notes and lists. I love how it turned out!!

I used a jute wreath and covered it with chicken wire. To do this I cut the chicken wire with wire cutters to be the general shape of a circle with enough excess to wrap around the the edges of the wreath. I squished the excess chicken wire down around the jute wreath. You can use work gloves if your skin is sensitive to the poking of the wire.

I wanted to repurpose fabric scraps in this projects. I weaved the fabric strips around the jute wreath and in between the chicken wire. To secure the fabrics strips I used a hot glue gun. I didn’t have to use a ton of hot glue, just a bit at the beginning and end of each strip. I love how all the different colors of fabric look! You could also pick certain colors of fabric if you wanted the colors to be more coordinated.

I then glued a few artificial flowers on the wreath! I was so excited to use these green flowers!

Hope you give this a try!! I have this wreath hanging inside my entry way and am so excited to hang quotes, notes and cards on it!!

Spool Pendant & Beaded Chain

Supplies Needed:

  • Chain, I bought mine from Amazon and got the beaded chain with pearls
  • 2 Jump rings
  • Clasp, I used a toggle clasp
  • Wire Cutters
  • Book page
  • Scissors
  • Mod podge
  • Brush
  • 16 gauge wire
  • Small Wooden Spool


I have been looking for a unique necklace to wear, but have not been able to find what I wanted. So I decided to make one! I wanted a very long necklace so you may decide to make yours shorter if you decide to make this.

To measure out the chain I simply pulled some of the chain from the spool and wrapped it around my neck and cut it with the wire cutters when it was the length I wanted.

I used a wood spool for the pendant that I got from Amazon, but this is a perfect way to repurpose spools that you have left over from other crafts as well. I used the 16 gauge wire to secure the bottom of the spool and make a hanger at the top. I started at the bottom and made a spiral with the wire and then wrapped the end of the wire around the loops to secure them. Then I made circles with the wire for the hanger at the top and secured it with the end of the wire by wrapping it around the circles.

I decoupaged a book page to the spool. I love using book pages in my crafts!! I marked the length of the inner part of the spool on the page and trimmed it with scissors. I then added mod podge to the wood spool and put the book page on top of it and also brushed mod podge on top of the page.

I used jump rings to attach the clasp to the chain. To do this you can use two needle nose pliers to open the ring and put the chain and clasp on it and then close it. You do this for both ends.

Because the hanger on the pendant is so big you can put it on the chain before or after you attached the clasp.

Cork Board Makeover

Supplies Needed:

  • Cork Board, I got mine from Hobby Lobby and it is 15 inches x 36 inches
  • White Felt 1 yard
  • Charcoal Grey Felt 14 inches by 42 inches
  • Felt Balls, I got mine from Amazon and Michael’s
  • Hot glue gun and hot glue sticks
  • Burlap ribbon for hanger
  • Electric Staple Gun

Felt Makeover:

This is a simple makeover but adds a lot of color and dimension to your cork board!! Below is a picture of what the cork board looked like before I recovered it with felt. You can use any color felt you want! I decided to go with the white and charcoal grey.

Below you can see the different layers of felt and ribbon that I added. I first stapled the white felt over the whole cork board. No one is going to see the back so I didn’t cover it, but you could take a 15×36 inch piece of felt and cover the whole back so no one can see the staples and excess material.

Once I stapled the white felt, I glued the first row of felt balls on the top and bottom. To secure the felt balls I put a small line of hot glue on the white felt and then added two or three felt balls at a time. I did this all the way to the end. If the felt balls were loss I add some additional glue in between the balls. After I had hot glued one row of balls on the top and bottom, I then added the piece of charcoal felt in the middle. I did this by wrapping it around the middle of the cork board and stapling the excess on the back.

After the charcoal felt is secured I then added a second row of felt balls to the top and bottom of the cork board!

I then stapled the burlap hanger on the back. I stapled each end of the hanger five inches from the middle of the cork board.

I hope you give this a try!! It was so fun and I love the way the felt balls look on the cork board!! Comment below with your favorite cork board makeover!

Easter Wreath

Supplies Needed:

  • Grapevine Wreath
  • Artificial Spring Flowers
  • Easter Eggs
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Hot Glue Sticks
  • Wire Cutters


This is a simple craft! First I cut the flowers with wire cutters, in order to glue them on the wreath. I left a little bit of the stem in order to secure it in the wreath.

You can place a small amount of glue on the stem and bottom of the flower and place it in the wreath. The design and placement can be however you want it to be.

After I had all the flowers I wanted glued onto the wreath, I then glued on the Easter eggs around the wreath.

I hope you give this a try! It’s very simple, but just the pop of color needed for Spring!

Comment below with your Spring Wreath ideas!

Candle Bowl Fairy

This is such a cute craft and there are so many ways you can decorate this and make it your own!


  • Small Candle Bowl
  • Medium Candle Bowl
  • Flower Candle Holder
  • E6000 Glue

Optional Decoration Supplies

  • Lace
  • 1 Wire Stem
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue (Link listed is my Amazon Affiliate link)
  • Felt
  • 1 Button


These are the three items I used for this project. You can use candle bowls and holder that you already have at home. I got mine from Hobby Lobby when their candle items are on sale.

The larger bowl will be turned over on the bottom of the fairy and the bottom of the smaller bowl will be glued on top.

I put E6000 glue on the rim and in the middle of the small bowl and then placed it on the bigger bowl.

I then put E6000 glue on the rim of the of the small bowl and placed the flower candle holder on top.

To decorate the fairy, I used felt flowers and lace wings. I used small flowers to decorate the fairy’s head. I glued those on with hot glue. I then hot glued a bigger flower on the side of the fairy.

To make the fairy wings I twisted the wire stem into two circles with a small gap between to hot glue it to the fairy. I cut the lace to be big enough to cover the wings and have a bit to fold over. I used hot glue and covered the wire and laid it on top of the lace. I then used hot glue on the back and folded the lace over. I put hot glue on the middle gap of the wings and placed it on the top of the bottom bowl.