Mother of the Bride, Donna Reyne` made her daughter's bouquet. So very pretty. Don't you think? It's her attention to details and the little things that made this so lovely. See how she did it HERE/link.
In my book, she ranks 10 stars and pure delight. This blogger, artist, and gift-producer of ideas is beyond words. Only she could explain the beauty she creates. From coffee filters to old spoons, she creates beauty and spreads love with anything she touches.
...you can go to Stephanie Lynn's blog and FIND 50 GREAT IDEAS for recycling those babies HERE. Too wonderful for words. And that's especially true about this blog. It's packed with pictures to peruse and plan and play with coffee, bean, corn, peas, and stewed-tomato cans. From wreath to bird-feeder, I bet you'll see something you haven't seen before. Don't believe me... check it out for yourself. selahV
Love when I find a simply craft that not only appeals to me, but will thrill my granddaughters. I know they'll love taking their dad's old jeans and making these beads for necklaces, bracelets and earrings. I found this idea and not only is it beautiful, the artist gives a step by step instruction with photos to help me make it. If you like crafts and you love jewelry and you demand EASY, then this idea is right down your alley. Check it out HERE.