I love a good wreath. They are fun to make and usually don’t take very long from start to finish. It’s always nice to have something pretty on the door to welcome your visitors. As you are freshening up your house for spring weather, don’t forget your door decor!
There are a billion different ways to create a place for kid’s art. One of the billion ways that was overwhelming me was our kitchen refrigerator. No joke, gives my husband and I at least 10 little gifts a day. Sometimes it is a bite of her treat and most oftentimes, it is a piece she drew or painted. While I want to encourage her artistic ability, my refrigerator was starting to look like an advertising bulletin board. So I decided to make a blank wall in their playroom a magnetic wall to display art.
Mod Podge is one of the most versatile mediums in my craft arsenal. It comes in a zillion different formulas and shine. The latest Mod Podge I got to try was the Image Transfer. Did you know you could use Mod Podge to transfer an image to fabric, wood, glass or virtually any other surface? I also added paint sticks to create a wood frame around it.
The eighteen25 girls are back this year sharing with you their amazing printable collection. They have resized some of them and created others for you to print out an give with a 4” x 6” frame. It is the easiest gift to give and it is a gift that gives the whole year through.