My DIY

Below you will find links to all the projects I have done in the past.  Within each caption there is a link to the original post.


It took a little patience, but this banner was very fun to make!



One of my favorite projects to date - here's the post about it and here are the instructions.



Mini Christmas ornaments made from some leftover materials - hello free project!



Easy and simple DIY geometric ornaments.



These DIY brass corners were so simple and so fast!



By far, my favorite project from the dinner party - vinyl stickers on the wine glasses that say cheers in different languages.



These party decorations only cost me $7!



Another simple element from my dinner party - these favors were a big hit.



The dinner party table settings were simple, but made a big impact.



Home Sweet Home wall decor made with cardboard letters and some paint - super simple and easy!



Home Sweet Home cross stitch project - made using a simple kit!



A simple change to an elegant frame made this TJ Maxx find match my home.



Using a tutorial found on pinterest, I made a ombre bracelet for my sister in this post.




In this post, I use text "shadows" to create a negative space design using my Silhouette.



In this post, I'll show you some creative and fun ideas for wrapping gifts.




In this post I show you my coffee table redo using herringbone as my inspiration.



Add a custom touch to your regular clothes pins using washi tape.



A custom frame for some wonderful memories.  See how I put this together in this post.



Two very important photobooth photos get displayed in a special way in this post.



I'm not a skilled seamstress, but this camera strap tutorial was easy to follow!



Here's a quick binder clip upgrade.



In this post, I show you how I turn a photo of my nephew into a geometric silhouette.



Jazz up your metal flower pots with a little spray paint!  (Did I really just use the term "Jazz up?" Sheesh.)



In this post, I use my circle punch and a small frame to make some scaly art.


A piece of bristol, thin tape, and some leftover paint are all you will need for this simple art project.


I used yarn, foam, ribbon, and a snowflake to make these wreath ornaments.


All it took to update this little turtle was a some new supplies and a little time.


I use these paint chips to create my very own paper chandelier.


In this post I use book pages to create ornaments for a good friend.


In this post, I update an old, family photo with some wrapping paper and paint.


This is a project I made for my friend Katie.  It's a line from a song by LMFAO.  I used puffy paint to create the letters and then used mod podge to stick them onto the canvas.



In this post, I solved my problem of trying to find inexpensive frames for my Hipstamatic photos.




See how I made inexpensive wall art with puffy paint and a canvas.


Add a littler personality to your welcome mat with this simple project.


Use puffy paint to create inexpensive wall art using a quote from your favorite song.


I used paper to redo a boring white mat in this quick and easy makeover.


In this step stool makeover, I used negative space to create my design.


See how I made this new header using free designs I found on the web.


Easy and cheap coasters using white tiles, craft paper and mod podge.


I made my handwriting into a font! Easy and cheap!


See how I painted this $4 Goodwill find to update it's tired look.


In this post, I show you 2 onesies that I created for a very inspiring baby.


This onesie was made for my nephew, but the joke is all for his mom.


I used two old keys and an Ikea frame to put this little project together.


See how I transformed an outdated hutch into a statement piece...all in time for Christmas.


In this post, I reveal 5 onesies I designed for my nephew for his first birthday.


I used this photo of my adorable pooch to create some dog inspired wall art.