DIY Easter Egg Wreath
I don't usually do much decorating for Easter but several weeks ago I was at Michael's and saw these adorable packaged Easter eggs in the floral section. Having no idea (as usual) what I might do with them, I purchased three packages, along with some other cute floral supplies and took them home in hopes I could embellish a grapevine wreath I'd had for a while.
I attached some pretty green ribbon and tied a big bow at the bottom of the wreath and then filled in the rest of the grapevine wreath by hot-gluing the eggs onto the wreath.
To fill in a few small gaps, I glued on some small carrots that I'd also picked up in the floral department as well.
Embellish a ready-to-wear scarf or shawl with fun yarns, wool fibers, and metallic threads for a fashion accessory that never seems to go out of style.
Next up in to YSS’s new Knitting Basics series is the Continental method of knit and purl stitching. If you’ve not yet tried this approach, you may find your knitting speed and comfort improve dramatically!
Tune in to YSS’s new series: Knitting Basics. This Knit-On method is a great and easier alternative to the Longtail Cast On Method.
Use scraps from your fabric stash + felt and old buttons to make a primitive heart pillow—use bright colors and modern prints for a more contemporary feel.
This year I wanted to make something small & easy for Valentine’s Day using felt. I gathered inspirational bits & trims from my craft room to make two different hearts that can be used as ornaments or pincushions.
Declutter and get creative with what you have on hand—you’ll likely find that you already have much of what you need for this artsy scrappy runner!
Add a bit of Farmhouse style to your home by making this easy and inexpensive fringed burlap table runner, customizing it to the perfect size needed.
This pretty, decorative DIY vase is quickly and inexpensively made with just a few dollar store items; a unique gift.
Embellish a purchased winter hat with ribbons for a fashionable, feminine DIY winter accessory that also makes a fashion statement!
The knitting world is going crazy over the very popular and super fast technique of Arm Knitting! Follow along with my step-by-step photos.