If you are a quilter, crafter, create your own clothes or just someone who likes to sew, period, I highly recommend checking out Spoonflower’s selection of fabrics. I’m not just saying that because I sell my designs there. (Although if you do buy fabric in one of our designs, please send us a pic of your creation and we’ll feature it here and on Insta/FB!) I choose to sell on Spoonflower because of these 4 reasons.
For the past few years, we have hosted Thanksgiving at our house. My husband fries the turkey in the driveway and everyone else makes a side dish. My primary job is cleaning and prepping the house for the 9-12 guests we will be hosting, including decorating. Our buffet this year will be decorated with this lighted pumpkin vase.
I’ve had this idea tumbling around my head for a while now. We go through so much dang toilet paper, I thought it might be nice to do something with rolls we end up throwing away. Seriously, it’s like at least 4-5 rolls a week. This is a craft you could do with an older child, 8+ years. The painting and drawing can be a little tedious and may frustrate a younger child.
Our leaves are still green. Some turning brown or perhaps mustardy colored. Not the picturesque Norman Rockwell depiction of Autumn by any means.
Predictable, but fun – sea shells are the perfect environmentally friendly vase filler.
I bet you're thinking "she's gonna use jelly beans". It's the logical choice for an Easter vase. Find out what's in this month's Reduce and Reuse vase.
February's Reduce and Reuse vase is sweet! Literally. It was hard to track down this month's confectionary filler but it was worth it!
Cold mornings make it hard to get motivated in the morning. This month's Reduce and Reuse vase filler is inspired by the caffeine laden bean that keeps us all going.
Learn more about the inspiration for the Reduce and Reuse vase series in this first post.
In an effort to purge and reduce the amount of crap we own, I thought of a way to refresh our decor without the purchase and storage of a multitude of items. Introducing the Reduce and Reuse Vase – the “base”.