Happy Spring everyone! The past few days it has been rainy, chilly and I think the sun went into hibernation. This morning though, I saw a tiny glimpse of the sun peeping through the clouds. I hope that is a sign that my grass is going to start turning green again.
I made this Hello Spring sign to bring a little Spring into my home until Spring makes a full appearance. I hope you love it as much I do. Just click the photo to download it. I would love to see how you style your print, tag me on Instagram @diysimplydovie and also #hellospring.
Learn how to make three DIY Dollar Tree Easter home decor items. They are super easy to make and they are perfect for anyone that is on a budget. Below is the video tutorial showing you how to make all three.
Look how adorable this Easter wreath is. The Dollar Tree supplies used for this wreath were: willow wreath, floral moss, foam Easter eggs, white floral stem, twine, burlap ribbon.
I am just loving how adorable this bunny topiary turned out. It is so inexpensive to make and absolutely adorable. The Dollar Tree supplies used to make this bunny topiary were: terracotta pot, foam ball, floral moss, floral foam, toothpicks, burlap ribbon.
The last project in the video tutorial is this egg plant arrangement. The Dollar Tree supplies used for this project were: terracotta pot, white ribbon, floral moss, floral foam, onion grass stem, foam Easter eggs, & twine.
You can watch below the video on how to make all 3. Also, leave a comment below or on the video which project you plan on making and which one is your favorite.
If you are on a budget but still would like to decorate your home for Spring then you don’t want to miss today’s video tutorial. Today I am showing you how to make these beautiful home decor items using Dollar Tree supplies. These all 3 turned out beautiful and you can’t even tell that most of the supplies were from the Dollar Tree. How awesome is that? The video tutorial is down below if you want to see how these were created.
This Love Blooms Here sign is super easy to make. I just used a Dollar Tree frame that I painted white, along with a Dollar Tree carnation flower stem and a print I created and printed out. You can download that free printable as well. Note: The printable is for personal use only. You may not use it for any commercial purpose, sell it or sell any work derived from it.
This Spring wreath was made by using a Dollar Tree willow 12″ wreath form that I spray painted white and a stem of Dollar Tree pink peonies. Peonies are one of my most favorite flowers and they look perfect on this wreath form. For the bow I used burlap ribbon from my local craft store. Dollar Tree does offer burlap ribbon, but I prefer the color and look of my regular craft store ribbon.
The moss ball topiaries are so gorgeous, I can hardly believe it myself these were made using Dollar Tree supplies. I mean just look at them! For these I used 2 styrofoam balls, 2 succulent mini plants, dowel stick, floral moss, 1 flower stem with small white flowers, spray adhesive and brown acrylic paint.
My goodness these unicorn sugar cookies are absolutely beautiful! Not only are they beautiful but they are very tasty as well. Watch the video below on how to make these gorgeous unicorn sugar cookies!
1. In a large bowl mix together confectioner's sugar and meringue powder.
2. Add in water and mix with hand mixer or stand mixer with whisk attachment. Check your consistency by lifting whisk (or with a spoon) and drizzle frosting down and the frosting should smooth out within 15-20 seconds. Flood consistency is when it icing self-levels. If frosting is too thick then add in more water. If frosting is too runny then add in more confectioner's sugar.
3. If coloring icing then use gel food colors.
4. Pipe or spread on to cookies. *If layering colors or designs, after 15-30 minutes icing will have formed a crust. Royal icing will completely set in 2-4 hours.
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