With only a few more weeks until the 4th of July, it’s time to start planning your celebrations. Hi, it’s Tonya again and I’m sharing a simple do-it-yourself banner that’s perfect for hanging above your food station, on your mantel, or along the windows to decorate your home this 4th of July. Supplies needed: burlap scrap paper twine in two colors hole punch scissors
Summer is in the air! I don’t know about you, but we love to celebrate the warmer weather and the longer days by taking our meals outdoors. Hi, it’s Tonya and I’m back with a fun outdoor dining craft project — DIY cutlery pockets out of burlap and lace. I’m not a huge fan of plastic utensils and paper napkins. I prefer re-usable items for outdoor entertaining and picnics. These fun burlap pockets are a great way to keep all of the
Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner, which means is time to break out the maracas, whip up some guacamole, and celebrate! Hi, it’s Tonya, and I’m back with a fun Cinco de Mayo craft that’s the perfect addition to your celebrations. For most Americans, Cinco de Mayo is just a good excuse to eat nachos and have a margarita or two, but I decided to look it up to see what it’s really about. May 5th is NOT Mexico’s Independence Day, as some
When you wander through craft store aisles, you are bound to come across an aisle dedicated to wood products. This is where you will find wooden letters in a variety of typefaces and sizes, some finished in white and black and some unfinished. Then, if we venture over to our favorite how-to inspiration board on Pinterest, you will see nurseries with babies’ names hung on the wall and family initials gracing bookshelves. But how do they make these letters and
Candy bars are popular for birthday parties, whether they are a stand-alone bar, an accompaniment to a dessert table, or for a serve yourself topping station. Hi, it’s Tonya, and I’m going to show you how to create quick and easy candy jars for just a couple of dollars that you can use for all of your parties. These best part is that if you already have glue on hand, these candy jars cost just $2. That’s how much I
Whether you are hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party or helping with a class party at your child’s school, you will want to put together fun party treats. Hi, it’s Tonya, and I’ve got a simple St. Patrick’s Day party treat that kids are going to love. What you need: Pots – I used mini cauldrons from Halloween Popcorn Edible gold sprinkles Pot of Gold sign – download the free printable here Wood sticks Glue If you haven’t done it already,
I absolutely love Valentine’s Day. And although this is one holiday that we don’t decorate the house (some would be shocked to hear that), I do love placing little reminders around the house throughout the year that make me think of love, that remind me to take a time out and spend quality time with those who mean so much to me. Hi, it’s Tonya again, and today I’m sharing a quick DIY project with you, a string art heart.