I have put together another fun list of wooden bead projects that I think you will love. There are so many pins to pin on Pinterest that I thought I would take my top 25 favorite and just put them here for you. Learn how to dye, color, paint, and stain the wooden beads for the look you desire. You'll find a table of sizes that you will need for reference, a great source or 2 of where to find the "hard to find" beads and a ton of ideas on what to do with them around them home.
As always, simply click description above each picture to visit the website that is featured.
There is never a time where that I want to hear the news of a friends or family member going through cancer, however, it is inevitable. I found some things bring so much comfort and are easily put together and given when needed. I created a list of things and I would love to hear from you about other things we could include.
People tell me I am organized but the truth is that I have to try to be in order to deal with my adult ADD (lol, no seriously). My world quickly becomes messy and chaotic and unfocused. I struggle every day to achieve a sense of organization and I have 5 kids that like to undo that sense of achievement daily.
Make your own seaside inspired necklace with shell beads and leather.
I had so much fun adding these feathers to projects. So much fun I had to share it with you...
Do you ever find one of your favorite baskets is coming apart and you just love it too much to throw it away. here is how I fixed mine to help it last a few more years.
We really needed 5 seats around our table. Being that Jake is almost 3 and sits in a booster seat now. So, I pulled out this old chair that I never fixed to go with our kitchen table and chairs and fixed it up. Then, I dug this out...
This is such an easy embellishment to make for accessories and can be made in any color and size....
I picked up these beautifully hot pink candle holders at our local thrift store, I'm sure most people looked at them and thought...TAAAACKKY! I looked at them and thought...$...how much? I'll take them!
Oh how I love me some wall lettering. I remember when I first discovered a beautiful company a couple of years ago. I scheduled a party and my consultant canceled and never rescheduled. BOOO! So, I took matters into my own hands...
We had this old hula hoop in the garage and when I dug out 6 yards of muslin fabric, my brain put the two together.
I cut the 6 yards of fabric into two equal lengths and 2.5 feet from one end, folded it down and stitched a 2.5" channel to run the hula hoop through.
How'd I do that, I pulled the hula hoop apart and the connecting end, easy!
My fingers have been knitting and knitting for several days now, I'm SO slow! I try to work on it in bed in the evenings and I caught myself working a little on Sunday between cleaning the floors and fixing dinner.
This little gem has been hanging in my house for a long time. It was easy to make and cost very little and served several purposes. Because it is cork board and ribbons it is quite versatile.
See what I've been learning to do?
Now, if you're an expert knitter, please don't judge.
Today is Monday and I picked up my needles on Friday and I started over at least, hmmm, 5 times.
I have so much to learn about this craft and I'm excited about it. If you're wanting to learn, here are some tips I've been using to get started.
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I'm Aimee, former Early Childhood Educator and Reading Specialist turned author, speaker, blogger, and mom of 5. This website is meant to inspire & equip parents of little ones to promote early literacy & language development at home. You will also find fun crafts, devotionals, and recipes to explore..
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