JJ's First Treehouse & slide
DIY Coat Rack
Wow...last time I had my sewing machine out the baby was just born in otherwords, not MOBILE...this might take awhile!
*supplies: skirt fabric (20x22inches), waste band fabric (22x4 inches), heart fabric (8x8)
4 feet & 2-1/2 inches of wide ribbon
I'm excited to share some of the ideas that pop into that noggin of mine on occasion
These two projects are super easy, free and I think they make a pretty difference to the yard. I like a decorated front entrance, I want my guest to feel welcome. I hope you can use these ideas for your home as well.
I prefer my pots to be full of flower's or at least some kind of life, so I decided to take a walk and I happened upon a bucket full of acorn balls and thought...hmmm...what can I do with these little critters...walking back to my front yard I saw my lonely flower pot just begging for company...ala'...and there you have it. I think it looks pretty and was absolutely free. This project is especially great in the winter months when very few flowers survive the cold weather.
Spanish Moss is so unique and has it's own special story. Walking in the mountains afford you all sorts of goodies. I wanted to somehow incorporate a little character to my front yard and what better way then to decorate a beautiful wooden pot with this pretty moss!