If you follow me on my social media you probably know that I’m making a video on using Cricut Transfer Tape,
After many requests on how to use Iron-on wi the Cricut, I finally made a video to show you how I do it.
When I saw this beautiful Laurel Leaf Wreath on the Restoration Hardware website, I knew I really wanted one however I didn’t love the $499 price.
I have seen these kind of geometric decorations in many stores and I thought, I should make some Geometric Trees for this Christmas.
I had this project in mind for over a year and I’ve had the burlap sitting in my office for almost the same amount of time.
This week I teamed up with my friends from Carte Fini to make these beautiful crepe paper Christmas Trees.
I love making small Christmas trees as holiday decor. This year I’ve put together a lovely DIY making small felt trees and I absolutely love them.
I love Christmas wreaths and while they’re normally very festive (green, red, gold) this year I’ve wanted to make everything more monochromatic (white).
If you’ve been following me for a while you may already know that one of my favorites stores to look for inspiration in is Anthropologie.
December is definitely one of my favorite months of the year (I simply love Christmas and the all of the holiday decorations) and I love making projects to decorate the house or to give as gifts; there’s nothing like handmade gifts to show how much you love someone.