I have teamed up with other bloggers to give you lots of fun ideas for Valentine’s Day.
I have also teamed up with some other bloggers to give you a fun Valentine’s Day roundup.
Be sure to check out all the amazing ideas below!
You don’t have to use paint. You can do glitter or a mixture of glitter and paint. You can use pom-poms, buttons, beads, fake snow, whatever you’d like inside the ornament. I just chose to do paint and kept it a solid color so you could see the silhouettes clearly.
I now want to make all sorts of fun silhouettes of the girls!
I created something a little patriotic that you can use as decor any where in your home.
It is an easy project and here is how I created it.
-3D wooden star (bought at Hobby Lobby)
-Wooden USA letters
Paint the wooden star and let dry. I chose white because I wanted that paper to stand out.
I then used a dark brown ink and a red ink along the edges to antique up the star a little.
Mod Podge the scrapbook paper into the center of the star and let dry.
White the Mod Podge is drying, paint the USA letters. I went with red to pop off the white.
I decided to use some blue stickles to create some dots on the letters.
Once the stickles is dry, use some hot glue and glue the letters to the star.
Place it on a table, use as a centerpiece, or you can even attach some twine to the back and make it for the door or just hang it on the wall. Whatever!
Now be sure to check out all the other great Red, White, and Blue ideas below!
I have a recipe for you today that is a family favorite but I warn you… you can’t eat just one!!
Hence the name… you just POP them into your mouth and they are gone in one bite.
ENJOY and pray you can eat just one! 😉
-1 cup Flour
-3 oz Cream Cheese, softened
-1 Stick of Butter, softened
-Jelly, flavor of your choice
-Mix flour, butter, and cream cheese in a bowl until a soft dough forms.
-Roll out the dough on a floured surface to about 1/8 in. thick.
– Use a shot glass or small round cookie cutter dipped in flour to cut the cookies.
– Place on baking sheet and press a thumb print into the center of the cookie.
-Bake at 350 degrees or 8 mins.
-Let cool. Then top with jelly and powdered sugar.
Check out the other handmade ornaments from my fellow Creative Buzz friends.
I have teamed up with a ton of other bloggers for a Trim the Tree blog hop!
There are over 35 different ideas to add some fun homemade items to your tree this year.
But before you check out the blog hop at the end of this post, here is what I created for you.
Don’t have a embossing gun?!
No worries, just use glitter or you can even just paint the wood and add some metallic paint to it.
9. Joy Ornament
Be sure to click on each link below to get all the tips from each blogger!
From left to right:
Wheat and Burlap Fall Wreath via Clean and Scentsible
Chevron and Posie Fall Wreath via Nest of Posies
Fall Hedgehog Wreath via Bombshell Bling
Fall Burlap and Plaid Wreath via A Glimpse Inside
Easy Fall Hydrangea Wreath via A Night Owl Blog
Burlap Flower Cone via Sweet C’s Designs