DIY Farmhouse Christmas Reverse Canvas Sign

Learn how to make a DIY Farmhouse Christmas Reverse Canvas Sign with fairy lights in today’s video.

Reverse canvas Christmas sign

Supplies
10×10 Canvas
Brown Paint
White Paint
Black Paint
Baby Wipes
Fairy Lights
Silhouette Cameo
Oramask 813


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Farmhouse DIY Christmas Countdown Sign

Farmhouse Christmas Countdown Sign
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This farmhouse DIY Christmas countdown sign is so easy to make and didn’t cost a lot either. I’ve listed the steps below and you can find a video tutorial at the bottom of this post.

Supplies
Wording print out on printer/copy paper
Wood/Sign (I used a Dollar Tree sign).
White Paint (I used Dixie Belle’s Fluff chalk paint).
Black Paint (I used acrylic paint).
Cricuit chalkboard vinyl
Garland (I got mine from Target’s dollar spot).
Ribbon
Chalk
Ball point pin
Paint Brushes
Hot Glue

1. Print out wording onto printer/copy paper.
2. Paint wood/sign white. I painted both sides 2 times.
3. Apply chalk on the backside of wording print out on the lettering.
4. Place word printout, chalk side down, on top of the wood/sign.
5. Trace the outline of wording with ball point pen.
6. Remove paper.
7. Paint wording that was transferred to wood/sign.
8. Cut out circle of the Cricut chalkboard vinyl in a size that will fit your wood/sign. Remove backing and place on to wood/sign.
9. Hot glue garland on to the wood/sign around the outside edge of the chalkboard vinyl circle.
10. Make bow with ribbon and glue at the top of the garland wreath.

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Farmhouse Decor – DIY Farmhouse Tray or Sign

Good morning lovelies, in today’s video tutorial I am showing you how to make a farmhouse tray which can be used as a sign as well.

I love the farmhouse look as I am sure so many of you do too.  This tray can be used on your coffee table with some decorative items placed on top, or you can attach hangers and hang on the wall.  Either way this DIY project will add a nice touch to any home with that farmhouse touch.  To learn how to make one too, then watch the video below.

Supplies used:
1×12 pine board (11.25″x16″)
Oracle Oramask 813
Transparent Liner (Can also use transfer paper)
Minwax Dark Walnut
Rust-oleum Flat White Primer
Liberty Cabinet Pulls

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DIY Conversation Heart Earrings and Charms – Valentine’s Day

Conversation Heart Charms

Hello and welcome back to my blog! In today’s video tutorial I am showing you how I make conversation heart earrings and charms. They are really easy to make and even kids can do it. These will make for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for young ones. Instead of handing out conversation heart candy with your kids Valentine’s, you can give them a handmade conversation heart charm.

Conversation Heart Charms

Conversation Heart Earrings

DIY Conversation Heart Charms

 

Items Used:
Sculpey Clay (I used light pink, lemonade (mixed with white), spring lilac & blue (mixed with white to make light blue)
Red Acrylic Paint
Fine Tip Paint Brush
Dowel Rod (used as small Rolling Pin)
Jump Rings
Earring Hook Wires (Fish Hook Wires)
Polyacrylic Protective Finish (Clear Gloss)
Chain nose pliers
Flat nose pliers

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Three Easy Christmas Treats

Easy Christmas Treats

Whip up 3 easy Christmas treats by watching today’s video tutorial. I am sure you will find these are super easy to make and will be great for any Christmas party or dinner. You can even change the colors and use for a different holidays, birthday parties, baby showers and more.

Easy Christmas Treats

In the video I am going to show you how to make peppermint bark pretzel rods. These are delicious and one of my favorite Christmas treats. I use Andes Mints Peppermint Crunch but you can used crushed up candy canes instead.

Peppermint Bark Pretzel Rods

Another Christmas treat that I show you is how to make are peppermint bark marshmallows. My kids love these. Some people aren’t fans of marshmallows, but if you are then these would be a tasty Christmas treat.

Peppermint Bark Marshmallows

The last treat that I show you, I am sure most kids will love! You can turn oreo cookies into little snowmen. Totally adorbs!

Snowman Oreo Cookies

A huge plus about these treats are they are easy enough for your kids to help along with making them.

Supply List:

Peppermint Bark Pretzel Rods
White Candy Melts
Andes Peppermint Crunch
Pretzel Rods

Peppermint Bark Marshmallows
White Candy Melts
Andes Peppermint Crunch
Jumbo Marshmallows
Straw or Dowel

Snowman Oreo Cookies
White Candy Melts
Orange Decorating Gel
Black Decorating Gel
Oreo Cookies

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