New Project

 Hope everyone is doing well. Here's the latest completed project. When I saw this chair I loved it right away. I knew what I was going to do with it. It is structurally sound and I really like the style.


So after a good cleaning, I mixed up my chalk in "DropCloth" color which is a creamy off-white.  It was distressed back lightly and then sealed in a matte sealer.

I covered the seat area in dropcloth material. I'm in no way a professional upholstery but I  do my best. So here's the after.  

Side by Side

So what do you think?

Our Best Selling Apple Scent

 We've been having cold snowy weather lately, I've thinking of springtime. To brighten my spirits  I've been burning our #1 apple scent.... Apple Crisp. This scent is loved by men too, Blends of  apples, a touch of spices rolled in a home baking scent is the sure cure for being in the house this winter.


 Hearts and Promises for Valentine. A collection of light, fresh feminine floral scent. 

Our new jar with the copper lid is not only a great gift but also a cute reusable container

 for any room in the house

New Year .... New Jar

 I'm so happy to share a new candle jar with our collection for the New Year. This reusable jar with a copper metal lid is the perfect accent to any home. You'll enjoy up to 72 hours a fragrant clean aroma. When your done burning your candle it's easy to clean soy from the glass and reuse it for another candle, storage for your bathroom, craft room... so many possibilities.

 So what do you think?

Diy Spring Form Cake Pan

Do you have an old springform pan that's no longer useable? Here's an easy DIY makeover. Wanting to create an office wall decor item, I went shopping at home to pull this makeover together. Shopping from home is not only fun but an affordable way to upcycle items in a different look. I first measure the inside width of the pan to create a shelf, then eyeballed the middle. Tacked a few nails on each side to secure the shelf, then place these cute terracotta plants to complete the look.

What ya think? I love it.

Another Day Crafting at Home

Hope everyone is surviving the home confinement... I'm on day 2 

of crafting at home, making Easter Salt Dough bowl fillers. 

There's carrots, chicks, and bunnies all got the first coat of 

paint. After they dry I'll be aging them. Are you crafting?

                                       Take care friends

$$ Tree Farmhouse Door Tag for Just $4

Hope everyone is doing OK sheltering at home and staying

healthy during the COVID19 confinement. I have a few DIY 

projects I've been wanting to do for my home... I'll share them 

with you when completed. I've been seeing these round door 

hang tag all over Pintrest and Etsy, but boy they can be expensive 

$32-$50.  Here's my version made with items found 

at $$ Tree .. total cost just $4.


Supply List: $4 Total Cost

Card board form: Dollar Tree  $1
Paint : free, I had on hand
Greenery: Dollar Tree :$1
Cotton Steam: Dollar Tree $1
Burlap Wired Ribbon: Dollar Tree $1
Stencil: If you don't have a cutting machine, you could hand paint
with Microsoft word art 
Glue Gun
Black Marker - optional

Step 1: Paint your round disk with your desired color, I used my favorite color, drop-cloth chalk-paint. It will take several coats, let dry completely between coats.

Step 2: I used my cutting machine to make the "personalized initial" and the "welcome" stencil. Before placing
the stencil on your board, you'll need to seal your sign with either modpodge or sealer of your choice. I used a matte finish.

If you don't have a cutting machine you could use Microsoft word art, transfer and paint.

Step 3: Is optional. I made a ship-lap look by measuring out and adding lines with a black marker.

Step 4 - Gather your flowers and arrange to your liking. Take your time, lay it out on the board before you hot gluing them in place. When I arranged them I left the middle open to place my burlap bow in the middle.
I added a jute loop on the back to hang on my door.

Here's the After

I could't be happier... I love the look