Just love these Mason Jar Luminaries. As I see, you’ll need mason jars, greenery, silver glitter, a paint brush, hot glue, and tea lights. Oh, by the way, you can use these decorated jars not only for keeping luminaries but also for saving money. Yes, like a piggy bank.
Gather supplies for DIY photo coasters: glue, felt, scissors, paper cutter, small foam paint brush, and clear acrylic sealer. I did this on a small budget, without any extra money. And if it’s a gift for Christmas, look for some wrapping ideas for photo coasters.
DIY Paper Pumpkin Lanterns perfect for Halloween decorations and easy to make for kids. All you need is colored paper and glue. Maybe you should follow the instructions for making pumpkin lanterns.
Great coat rack created with scrap wood paint and hardware
If you want your house to smell heavenly boil some orange peels with a 12 teaspoon of cinnamon on medium heat – an old southern trick.
someday i’ll be the cool mom who shows her kids how to make one of these. 🙂 Under the table hammock
Start on January 1st with an empty jar. Throughout the year write the good things that happened to you on little pieces of paper. On December 31st, open the jar and read all the amazing things that happened to you that year.