Repurposed Paper Towel Roll Napkin Ring

by Dinah Wulf
Repurposed Paper Towel Roll Napkin Rings Recycled Craft

This post, Repurposed Paper Towel Roll Napkin Ring, is sponsored by Bounty. All opinions are 100% my own. Bounty paper towels have taken over my household and I know that I will be able to rely on them when cleaning up my messes this upcoming Thanksgiving (which will be here before we know it!).  In […]

How to Make Paper Pumpkins for Fall

by Dinah Wulf
How to Make Paper Pumpkins

These little pumpkins are so much fun to make. It’s a fun Fall craft you can do with your kids or a great adult craft to spruce up your mantel or table decor. You can try it with different colored papers in different patterns as well. Here’s my step by step tutorial for how to […]

Toilet Paper Roll Reindeer

by Dinah Wulf

The other day, I had a random playdate with a couple of my best friend’s daughters. When they come to spend time with me, we always do a craft together.  I wanted to do something seasonal, with items I have in my craft closet, so we ended up making these toilet paper roll reindeer. Materials: […]

Turkey Toilet Paper Roll Craft

by Dinah Wulf

As you may already know, I hoard toilet paper rolls. When you have young kids, you never know when the ultimate toilet paper roll craft may strike! After all I HAVE made quite a few toilet paper roll crafts with Mia! This time, we made a turkey with some colorful feathers we made from our […]

Blessing Bags for the Homeless

by T Berokoff

Blessing Bags for the Homeless When you see a homeless person or family asking for money, what do you do?  Here’s an idea from Pinterest that is simple and a project for the whole family.  It is a great way to help others and teach our kids to help too.  After making these bags, keep them […]

Thanksgiving Recycled Crafts for Kids

by Dinah Wulf
Thanksgiving Recycled Crafts for Kids

Thanksgiving is a time of celebration with family and friends. For my family, it’s probably one of the largest gatherings of all the friends and family members of the year. For us, that also means several kiddos running around. I love to have Thanksgiving recycled crafts readily available to the kids. To prepare, I like […]

Upcycled Milk Bottles Dollar Bin Challenge

by Dinah Wulf
Milk Glass Crafts

A few of my friends and I got together to do a Dollar Bin Challenge. This is where we choose the same dollar bin object and each upcycle it and put our own creative spin on it.  None of us know what the others are doing until the night before our posts are published. For […]

Upcycled Metal Pumpkin Tutorial

by Dinah Wulf
Upcycled Metal Ribbon Fall Pumpkin

Once I saw this metal ribbon at Hobby Lobby, my first instinct was to post a photo on Instagram and Facebook. I didn’t hesitate to buy a roll and knew almost immediately that I was going to make an upcycled metal pumpkin. I already had the rest of the materials, and I was excited to […]

Recycled Fall Crafts for Kids

by Dinah Wulf

When the weather starts getting a little cooler, it’s nice to be inside getting creative with your kids. I’ve gathered sixteen recycled fall crafts for kids from several talented Bloggers. The list contains projects you can make using recycled items such as toilet paper rolls, paper plates, old socks, bottle caps, lids, magazines, and more. […]

Hanging Fall Wreath DIY

by Dinah Wulf
Hanging Fall Wreath

Maybe I should have titled this post “One Wreath, Five Ways” because this is the fifth time I have used this little hanging basket for my front door decoration.  I love that it is so versatile and you can use it for all holidays and special occasions.  This time, since autumn is officially here, I […]

Three Holiday Party Tips with The Bouqs

by Dinah Wulf
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Thank you to The Bouqs for sponsoring this holiday party tips post. All opinions are 100% my own. When hosting a dinner party, there are several tips that I personally like to keep in mind.  Today, I wanted to share some Holiday Party Tips with Bouqs. Why Bouqs? Here are three reasons: The Bouqs cut only […]

Stenciled Monogrammed Placemats Tutorial

by Dinah Wulf
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I love my Thanksgiving placemats.  They are simple, black and white, with a script style.  It has words like, “gratitude”, “share”, “Blessings”, and “thanks”… perfect for a Thanksgiving dinner party.  BUT you know me, and I had to spruce them up a little.  I thought a little shimmer of gold would be a nice touch.  […]

Hand Turkey Candy Dishes

by Dinah Wulf

Hand Turkey Candy Dishes is sponsored by SweetWorks, Inc. All opinions are 100% my own. My three year old daughter, Mia, and I had so much fun making these cute little hand turkey candy dishes.  We thought it’d be fun to place at the kids dinner table at a Thanksgiving party we are having with […]

Fall Pumpkin Centerpiece #turkeytablescapes

by Dinah Wulf

This Fall Pumpkin Centerpiece tutorial is sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores.  All opinions are 100% my own. I’m pretty much a regular at Jo-Ann’s…at several locations!  This year for fall, they had a great line of Autumn Inspirations that really sparked some ideas.  In particular, I love the hints of dark navy blue.  […]

Burlap Wire Hanger Wreath Tutorial

by Dinah Wulf
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I wanted to make a small wreath to hang on the door to my guest bathroom downstairs.  A friend of mine used a wire hanger for a Christmas wreath in the past, so I thought I’d give it a try.  I also have made a recycled book page butterfly wreath with a wire hanger.   I […]

5 Tasty Holiday Cocktail Recipes

by David Edessa
5 Tasty Holiday Cocktail Recipes

With the holidays just right around the corner, I thought I’d put together 5 Tasty Holiday Cocktail Recipes.  These are all original recipes written and concocted by David Edessa.  For all of David’s fun cocktail party recipes check out his Cocktail Corner! Apple Cranberry Cider Ingredients: 2 quarts (8 cups) Apple juice 2 cups cranberry […]

Glittered Candy Corn Mason Jar

by Dinah Wulf
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The candy corn was my inspiration for this project.  Even though I don’t care to eat them, I always thought that there was something whimsical about the colors.  It reminds me of Halloween, but it’s not scary or frightening.  So, I decided to make a glittered candy corn Mason jar. Materials: Martha Stewart Glitter in […]

How to Make a Citrus Floating Candle

by Dinah Wulf
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My brother was on Facebook the other day and a friend of his posted a picture of how to make a candle from an orange.  I thought that several of these citrus floating candles would be perfect for an evening summer party centerpiece. We were visiting our dad recently and decided to try it out […]