Made with moisturizing goat’s milk and shea butter, this DIY oatmeal soap has a mild exfoliant and a delicious scent. I think I’ve added a new passion to my long list of hobbies — soapmaking. These layered oatmeal soap bars are my latest project, and they smell so good! And yes, the soap really does […]

Make a style statement as unique as you are by painting some wooden bangle bracelets to dress up your spring wardrobe. I’m a woman who loves accessories because they’re such an easy way to showcase your personal style. And unlike clothes, you don’t have to worry that your favorite scarf, jewelry or purse won’t fit! […]

If you want to learn how to make soap, start with a batch of this glittery sand dollar homemade soap with a relaxing scent that will transport you to the beach. I’ve discovered a new creative passion lately. Making my own soap and bath and beauty products. My kitchen smells amazing lately, and it’s not […]

Why spend hundreds on a chic geometric globe pendant light when you can DIY one for less than $40? Geometric globe pendant lights are so chic, but it’s impossible to find an affordable version. I know because I’ve been searching for one ever since I updated my my office and craft room. Disclosure: This post […]

An adorable pin cushion made from a vintage Easter egg cup is a great gift for someone who likes to sew. And it’s a great way to use up scrap fabric and ribbon. I went shopping the other day and bought a dozen vintage-style egg cups because I thought they were adorable. But no one […]

Turn a plain Jane pine chest into a sophisticated coastal styled nightstand with this easy Ikea RAST hack, sponsored by Hickory Hardware.Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are truthful and my own. Read my full disclosure policy here. I love when a project pushes me outside my comfort zone and also gets me […]

If you love a good throwback craft, then step back in time to the 70s with me and learn how to make a macrame plant hanger using jute twine. I was all about macrame in the 70s and 80s. My mom and I took a class, and I was hooked. I remember making all sorts […]

These painted rocks, decorated with a bright and colorful vintage camper, are just the thing to dress up your houseplants and garden for spring. There’s snow on the ground outside my window, but my mind has already turned to spring decorating. I’m itching to bring a little bit of the outdoors in and vice versa. […]

A printable paper fortune teller is a fun and creative way to show that special someone how you feel on Valentine’s Day. Third grade hasn’t changed much in the 30-some years since I was a grade schooler. Kids still laugh at the same silly jokes and play the same little games we used to play during recess. For […]

These heart-shaped homemade bath bombs are scented with jasmine and sandalwood, and they make the perfect Valentine’s Day gift. The first time I ever heard of bath bombs was on our honeymoon, when our sightseeing took us into a luxurious bath shop. My new husband treated me to all kinds of fancy bath products to take home […]