Arts and craft fairs are back! After the height of the pandemic, things are now getting back to normal. If you are new to selling at arts and craft fairs or simply need a refresher on how to find a craft fair to sell at, I have some great tips for you. I have participated
Ever since I discovered unfinished wood canvas board squares, I've been having a great time creating my own wall art. These wooden squares hang like a typical canvas and are the perfect base for painting and decorating. I typically like to create my art from items that I find in nature. Twigs, wood slices, and
It seems to me that the majority of my rustic crafts involve some sort of twine, string, wire, or garland. It can get kind of crazy trying to keep all of these rolls handy and organized. I like to be able to group my various twines together without having them getting all tangled up together.
Out of all of the salvaged wood that can be used to make signs, driftwood is one of our favorites. When you find a smooth and flat piece of driftwood, it makes the perfect base for a sign. You may have seen driftwood made into welcome signs or signs for house numbers. These are very
Decorating your home for summer can be as easy as making your own decor from natural materials. Things like driftwood, shells, branches, sand, and rocks can all be used in a variety of summer crafts for the home. I also like to collect sea glass to use in beachy diy projects. Although sea glass isn't
Looking for a way to recycle wine corks? These simple DIY wine cork keychains will turn your collection of corks into useful accessories. It's a fun craft project that can be done in a variety of designs. I have been saving my wine corks for quite a while now thinking I might be able to
Besides collecting twigs for a fire pit fire, there is another great reason to start a twig collection. Twigs are basically a staple for so many rustic craft projects. I especially like to use birch twigs in most of my twig crafts. They are flexible, have nice coloring, and can be found in a variety
Whip up a quick and easy rustic footed stand with inexpensive wood shims and some large colorful marbles.
Organize random keys with DIY labeled keychains that will keep them all uniform and easily identifiable.
I love having lots of necklaces on hand but I hate trying to store them. Traditional jewelry boxes usually don't offer enough storage space. Plus, any type of drawer or case is a sure recipe for a tangled mess of chains. For the best type of necklace organization, it's best to have them hanging at
How many of you have a stash of wooden clothespins laying around your house? Chances are that you don't need your full supply for the occasional hanging of laundry. So what to do with all of those extra clothespins? Whether regular size, mine or extra large, I'll show you a variety of clothespin crafts that
See how you can recycle your leftover ceramic tiles and old magazines by making these fun DIY tile coasters. Customize them any way you choose to fit any decor style.