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boxwood wreath {a tutorial}

Last Summer, I had the chance to guest post over at one of my very favorite blogs, The Shabby Chic Cottage. I realized I never shared the tutorial here, so I wanted to do that today…enjoy!  Easy, inexpensive and perfect for Summer-what’s not to love about a boxwood wreath? Supplies Needed: Wreath form Boxwood branches (real or …

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painted jars {a tutorial}

Hello, Lovelies! I’ve been collecting plain glass jars for a while now, and, needing a fun centerpiece for my dining room table, created these pretties… These painted jars are perfect as centerpieces for your next party or event! And the best part is, they cost only pennies to make. Materials: glass jars (I collect these all year …

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sand dollar garland {a tutorial}

I love this garland for many reasons…it’s easy and fast, inexpensive, and adds a subtle dose of Summer to your home and your decor… Materials: Sand Dollars (use this ebay search to find them inexpensively)  Twine (I used jute twine, but baker’s twine would do) Step 1: Take your first sand dollar, and thread your …

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twine-wrapped, spray-painted glass {a tutorial}

This is sooo easy and so versatile! You can use this technique on any kind of container you can think of. I tried it on votive holders and mason jars, and loved them both! Materials: containers of choice (again, I used votive holders and mason jars) jute twine spray paint Step 1: Take your twine, wrap it around your container, and …

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