You can use any word to decorate your christmas tree using this Peace, Love, and Joy ornament tutorial.

Peace, Love, and Joy Ornaments

Another day, another guest post from last year. I have no idea how I did everything last year with little ones. But that makes this year fun because I already have things to share with you. Life is good. :) It’s time to decorate your Christmas tree! I love this time of year, and I love adding […] Read more…

You only need a few paper punches to make these cute paper plumeria and stamped mason jar.

Stamped Mason Jar

Its always funny to me when I come across guest posts I did over a year ago and realize I never posted them here–oops! But now you get a fun stamped mason jar tutorial to brighten your day, and I’ll pretend it isn’t snowing outside.   Hi everyone, it’s Lisa from Mabey She Made It–a […] Read more…

So cute and easy! These Mini Wreath Garlands are simple to make and perfect for your mantel.

Mini Wreath Garland

I love how with every changing season, my mantel seems to scream for a new garland or banner, and Christmas is no exception. When I saw these little mini wreaths, I knew they’d make a fabulously cute garland for Christmas, so I snatched them up, and I’ve been so excited to make this up. It’s really a […] Read more…

Personalized Favor Boxes are perfect for parties and to give your guests at Thanksgiving

Personalized Favor Boxes

Ready for another throwback post? Last year I made these fun favor boxes for the Core’dinations blog, and now I get to share it here. So if you’re planning on hosting Thanksgiving, these favor boxes would be a great way to let your guests know how much you appreciate their coming. During this month of […] Read more…

Anna Top Hack--Add a fun detail to the Anna Top using this tutorial.

Anna Top Hack Tutorial

Its been a while since I shared a fun refashion tutorial with you, and today I’m going to show you how to do an Anna top hack and I’m doing it with a tank top I got from my mom’s donate pile. Other than being a tank top, there really weren’t many complaints about this shirt–I […] Read more…

It was just plain ugly, closed in, and hard to work in.

Mabey Manor: Kitchen Remodel Reveal

When the kitchen is the heart of your house, you want it to be open, inviting, and functional. The kitchen in Mabey Manor left a lot to be desired in these three areas. A full kitchen remodel was desperately needed. The Old Kitchen You entered the kitchen through a tight doorway, and then you were met […] Read more…

Great idea--either choose patterns to make a cardigan or buy one of these she picked if you don't sew.

Buy It or Make It: Cardigans

I think you all know how much I love making clothing, but not everyone does right? Or maybe time just gets away from you and its easier to just buy something even if you could make it. I totally get it. And sometimes I’m the same way. So I’ve decided to start sharing a Buy […] Read more…

Even I can do this! Easy QAYG Ragged Applique Quilt-

QAYG Ragged Applique Quilt

A while ago I felt like I really wanted to do something with my sewing to help someone. I brainstormed a couple of ideas (which I hope come to fruition) but before I could do any of them, I got an email from Kimbo from A Girl and a Glue Gun inviting me to join […] Read more…

Jacole Quick Dress and Skinny Pants

Quick Top and Skinny Pants

Do you ever wish you had a few basic patterns that are quick to sew and look great? I know I’ve been on the hunt for some of those. You know–the kind that you reach for over and over and are the basis for lots of different creations. I got to in the Jacole Fall Blog Tour, […] Read more…

Gilding couldn't be easier, and this gilded boxwood wreath is amazingly simple and beautiful.

Gilded Boxwood Wreath and Candle

Gilding is such a fun thing to try–its pretty magical because you simply paint a surface, and all the sudden its shiny and gold, and it looks amazing. And my gilded boxwood wreath and candle are no exception. Its easy enough that I almost feel silly sharing this gilded boxwood project, except that I’m part of […] Read more…

This vellum pumpkin is a fun, easy way to create neutral fall decor.

Vellum Pumpkin Centerpiece

Last year I created this vellum pumpkin over at the Core’dinations blog, and this year I get to share it with you! I still love how neutral and fun this white vellum pumpkin is. Raise your hand if you love pumpkins for fall decorating. (I’m raising both of mine!) I love how versatile they are […] Read more…

Try this chic and sophisticated Halloween Candle Holder--Halloween doesn't have to be cutesy or scary!

Sophisticated Halloween Candle Holder

I don’t know about you, but Halloween one of those holidays that you can decorate for in so many ways. There’s the cutesy, the spooky, the gory, the gothic, and many other forms. I personally like my halloween to be a little sophisticated–elegant almost. So I’m using navy–the new black–in place of traditional colors this […] Read more…

Mabey Manor Living Room Reveal

Mabey Manor: Living Room Reveal

Oh this living room! It pained me for so long because it was one of the first areas guests would see but one of the last we refinished. But now when I look at photos, it makes my heart happy. Candle Holder || Yellow Pillow And although it was never perfect, it sure was fun […] Read more…

Use these Wooden Chalkboard blocks all year long--just change what they say for the upcoming holiday!

Seasonal Chalkboard Blocks

Here’s a fun idea I shared last year for seasonal chalkboard blocks that you can switch up for any reason. And aside from drying time, I think they probably took about 20 minutes to make. So read on, and get ready to use these blocks all year round! The idea of seasonal blocks isn’t a […] Read more…

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