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Re-purposing old books

As I have mentioned before, I love books.  Old, new…..reading them, decorating with them….it doesn’t matter.  I love having books around.  Below is another way to decorate with and re-purpose old books.  Turn them into a wall organizer or storage for mail or other papers that you want to keep handy.  Click here for the tutorial by Morena Hockley for this simple and easy project.  Don’t throw out those old Encyclopedia Britannica just because you Google everything! Re-purpose them!

oldbooks   newbooks

Eat, sleep, create, repeat.

Rhonda

 

Posted in Crafts - All Seasons, Decor - All Year Round

Winnie the Pooh…and hunny, too!

I heart Disney……and have always loved Winnie the Pooh…call me a kid at heart.  Check out these adorable flower pots shown by Mel Ayer on the Disney Family website.  I have been a Disney fan for years, so I always love seeing crafts and projects that are Disney themed.  These are no exception, I adore the accompanying Hunny flower pot!  You can visit the Disney Family web page here, for instructions on how to complete this project.  This is a great project to bring a little spring to these winter days!

winnie

Eat, sleep, create, repeat.

Rhonda

Posted in Crafts - All Seasons, Decor - Fall & Halloween, Decor - General Home

Pretty Pumpkins

Staying with the Fall theme until December, check out these super cute (and easy!) fabric pumpkins made by Meredith.  Since you can pick your own fabric, you could use these for everyday decor, to coordinate with your home furnishings. Click here to go to Meredith’s Unoriginal Mom blog, and get the instructions to craft these cuties!

fabricpumpkin

Eat, sleep, create, repeat.

Rhonda

 

 

Posted in Crafts - All Seasons, Decor - All Year Round

A Wreath For Any Season

Beautiful wreath that can be designed for any season……

I am not generally a wreath person, especially if it comes to making them, as I am always afraid I won’t have the patience for the process.  Today, this wreath not only caught my eye as far as decor, but it also seemed fun to make.  I think what I like most about it is that by simply changing the colors of the burlap, you can make create a wreath for any season.  Michelle Noble shares step by step instructions for this wreath here.

wreath

Eat, sleep, create, repeat.

Rhonda