Take some stuff and make it circular， and voila， it’；s holiday decor. We love wreaths. They serve no actual purposepersonalized newborn baby gifts， but are festive and joyful. They make me smile and also make me want to craft. Here’；s some of our favorite DIY wreath projects from years past…；DIY Jingle Bell Wreath， bonus， it makes a happy sound when guests come over.
You need virtually no DIY skills to make this Ribbon Wreath， and it’；s so pretty!anniversary gifts for couples
This fun wreath Jacinda made was featured in All You magazine. I love the surprise of upcycling yogurt cups to make it. A fun one to paint with the littles.
One of our most popular posts ever， this DIY Living Succulent Wreath is sure to amaze and can last forever. You can also follow our tute for making a living succulent tree.
If you can crochet just a little bit， you can make a Crochet Wreath. Jacinda made two and they’；re both so fun.
And just for fun， make a salad wreath at your holiday party. The kids will love it.
I’ve been so looking forward to sharing this post with you! ?It all revolves around a baby shower, a canopy crib, and how it was transformed into a cozy daybed for future grandchildren!
In celebration of the first week of Summer vacation, here is a fun watercolor painting exercise for both kids and grown-ups, beginner or experienced artists. It’s easy and cute and a great way to practice color blending and wet-on-wet watercolor technique.