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Winter Wonderland Front Porch

By jencraftomaniac

Hello everyone, I am Jen and I blog over at Craft-O-Maniac. I am thrilled to be visiting and sharing my ideas with you all. If you haven’t decorated your porch or front door, but were thinking about it, I am sharing how I decorated mine in a Winter Wonderland theme. Here is a list of items I got from Jo-Ann: • Wood Chalkboard Sleigh • Birch Stick Wreath • Blooming Ho...

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Category: Celebrate

Dec 5, 2016 0 Comments

 

Fur Top Christmas Stocking

By Jessica Abbott

Decorating my home at Christmas time always fills me with such an incredible amount of love. The memories that go with each decoration bring joy, laughter, and sometimes tears, as I think back to how each item came into my possession. Whether it has been handed down to me by relatives or given to me by friends, the emotions attached to each and every item make them absolut...

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Category: Celebrate

Nov 20, 2016 0 Comments

 

Simple DIY Wreath Perfect for Fall

By jencraftomaniac

Hello everyone, Jen back from Craft-O-Maniac and today I am bringing you a simplistic beautiful wreath. As mentioned this wreath is quite simplistic, so if you don’t like a lot of fuss on your wreaths. This wreath is for you. All these items were found at Jo-Ann. What you need: • Birch stick wreath • 5 faux corn with husk packets (they come 2 in a pack) • Black and w...

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Category: Celebrate

Oct 19, 2016 0 Comments

 

DIY Pallet Art

By Beckie Farrant

Beckie from Infarrantly Creative here with a confession: I have a scrap pile in my garage that I would be embarrassed to take a picture of. I could make 100 of these and still not touch my scrap pile. I have a scrap wood hoarding problem. So why throw it away when I can toss it in a bin of scraps? Every once in a blue moon I get a wild hair and have to use up some of my sc...

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Category: Decorate

Oct 5, 2016 0 Comments

 

Six Storage Solutions for Your Kids’ Favorite Toys

By Jo-Ann

Kids are collectors of just about anything: erasers, seashells, rocks, Lego models and whatever else fits on a shelf (or floor). Their treasures can turn bedrooms into a mess quickly, especially if you haven’t given children a place to put everything. The designers of these rooms figured out how to tame the chaos without shoving stuff in a closet, an opaque storage bin or ...

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Category: Decorate

Sep 28, 2016 0 Comments

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