I made this monogram cork board for my mom after finding the idea on pinterest. I collected wine corks and got several people to help collect corks for me as well. All I had to buy was the frame and the gorilla glue. If you’re looking for another way to use your collection of corks check out my Vertical Cork Board or Cassie’s Wine Cork Birdhouse There’s also our my pinterest board for other ideas Wine Cork Crafts
This craft is a champagne bottle disguised as a pineapple. Elisabeth loves pineapples and I wanted to honor her with a cute and simple craft for her birthday. I think this would make an adorable hostess gift, house warming gift, or gift for any occasion.
Today I want to share a gift that I made for one of our couple friends that got married a few years ago. I found this idea on Pinterest here. Let me just start by saying that this craft was a lot easier than I expected it to be!! I etched their last name into the glass for a practical casserole dish they could take to parties and ensure they would get back.
It is pouring rain here and what better weather for a craft night? You’re warm and cozy inside. No better way to spend an evening.
I have seen adorable burned wooden spoons all over Pinterest and Etsy and knew I had to try them out for myself. I had the materials saved up for a rainy day anyway so figured I’d try it out tonight. I had purchased the wooden spoons at Wal-Mart for $.88 (what a bargain when you are trying out a new craft) and pulled out a soldering iron I had previously bought. These irons are around $10 at most major retailers or hardware stores.