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DIY Floating Shelf Stocking Hanger

DIY Floating Shelf Stocking hanger

DIY Floating Shelf Stocking Hanger

Can you believe Christmas is almost here? Fa la la la la and eggnog… the Christmas story and carolers… pretty lights and presents… snowflakes and gloves… there are so many small things that make up that Christmas feeling. And it all brings about such a feeling of excitement! 

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DIY Shabby Chic Chevron Tissue Box Cover

Remember tissue box covers? Those fabric ones used to be all the rage! For today’s style, I’ve come up with something I know you’ll all love — a Shabby Chic Chevron Tissue Box Cover! Let’s bring back the tissue box covers in this gorgeous style! 

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Easy DIY Christmas Decor & Gift Ideas

I love being able to make my own Christmas decor and give unique handmade gifts at Christmas! What about you? This Easy DIY Christmas Decor & Gift Ideas post will give you some ideas for decorating and gifting handmade!

Easy DIY Christmas Decor & Gift Ideas

 

Easy DIY Christmas Decor & Gift Ideas #christmas #diy #decor #ideas

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Emily loves spending time in the kitchen, trying out new recipes, crocheting, drinking French press, styling her sisters’ hair, playing piano, eating or drinking anything with caramel, being an auntie to six adorable kiddos, walking with her schnoodle, and hanging out with her siblings.
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Simply Blessed wooden sign

I’ve had so much fun making small wood projects as of late! They are extremely popular right now, and it’s nice to know I can make a wooden sign, exactly what I want, at a very affordable cost.

Simply Blessed Wooden Sign

Simply Blessed Wooden Sign

I started with a small package of wood from Hobby Lobby. The pack had 4 pieces of rustic wood, about 3 1/2″ x 12″. It was $5, but I used a 40% off coupon… great price!!! Get your wood and make sure it is the size that you need it to be.

PAINTING

To get the wood to the rustic look that I wanted, I first painted my 3 pieces of wood with some acrylic paint. You do not need to make sure every bit is covered. This is a very messy looking step, just slop some color on those wood pieces. I used 4 different colors, gray, tan, cream, and blue.

Simply Blessed Wooden Sign

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