Using seed pods and dried flowers and fruit to create a fall door wreath.
Here it is after two awesome weeks of sharing: the Final Round Up of all the amazing ornaments exchanged this year in the 2015 Ornament Exchange. We've added all of the ornaments in the exchange to the Link Up below and we encourage you to share yours too. Welcome to the first 2015 Holiday Ornament… Continue reading 2015 Ornament Exchange Link Party
The amazing Erlene over at My Pinterventures paired up 80 bloggers for a fun Ornament Exchange. We each needed to make or buy an ornament for under $10 and send it to our partner. Today I am going to show you how I made this cute Bird Family Grapevine Wreath Ornament, plus give you a… Continue reading Bird Family Christmas Ornament
When I saw these two projects on Pinterest I knew I had to make them because they are cute and FREE! Did I mention they didn't cost me anything to make them? First is the Witches Brooms. I admit I bought the sign for $1 awhile ago. You could make your own with some wood… Continue reading 2 Easy Upcycled Halloween Projects
For the first time since I planted them 7 years ago, I have used all three parts of my grape plants. In Spring it was Stuffed Grape Leaves In Summer it was raisins (the Thompsons) and Red Grape Lavender Jelly (with the red table grapes). Now that Fall is here it was time to cut… Continue reading Used the third part of my grape plant – the vine!