Looking for something to keep your rings in? this seashell ring holder is perfect for on the counter in your bathroom or a seashell theme party.
Fake seashells – size is up to you
Paint – Any color, can use spray paint as well
I was looking thru Etsy and almost bought a seashell ring holder, but thought I could probably just make this myself…not many materials needed just the paint drying takes time. I first painted the seashells and once dry just used the super glue and FINSIHED!
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I was recently at this tea place called the Doves Nest in Calgary. They had tea cups with flowers drooping down like a waterfall and thought it would be perfect for the bridal shower I was going to that was a tea party theme! The flowers make it elegant. I bought the fake flowers from the $1 store and cut them off the stem.
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I am always looking for ways I can make my crafts cheaper. I started making cat toys with catnip inside. First went through 2 large containers and spent over $20.00. There has to be a inexpensive way! My mom started growing a catnip plant in her yard and tried to get rid of it … well it grew back like a weed so at least we won’t run out.
First step is to grow your catnip plant. I wouldn’t use any fertilizers just simple water, dirt and sunshine.
Once the catnip leaves are thumb size, cut them off at the stem into bunches. Tie them together with elastic bands or string works just as good. I used a hanger to then tie the bunches onto so it could be hung outside to dry. You can also leave them in a cold dry area.
As you can see it grows like a weed!
Looking for an idea to give your bridesmaids or DIY bride toasting glass? This DIY craft costed me under $10.00 but does take time.
I picked white for the top and pink ice tulle for the bottom. Any colour would look good but I choose this because it matches the bridesmaid dresses.
Materials needed: tulle, pearls,paint,super glue,scissors
All cats need something to play or use to trim their nails with. Scratching posts are good for cats nails and your furniture!
I used a bare plank of wood and spare carpet we had left over from our basement Reno. The carpet I cut first measuring so it met perfectly in the middle on the back side. Pull the carpet tight and use a staple gun.
The post is made from another spare piece of wood and screwed in at the bottom AFTER the carpet is stapled. I found the rope from Home Depot for $4.00 instead of the expensive rope and found it works just as good.
I already used some of the rope for another post so I did not have much left… as you can see the top was bare so I added paw prints!
These are my cats paw prints by using trace paper on an old painting from her paws.