Glitter Dipped Deer Silhouette

Hey everybody, I am trying to post on my tablet right now, ( its a nook hd, yeah I know, I know I really just use it for pinterest and netflix lol) which has a really hard to use keyboard so there might be typos xD

Ok so I love deer. Reindeer(or should I say caribou) too. I mean I like their silhouettes on tees, hats, decor, anything, haha. So I decided to show this easy and creative deer decor.

So, without any further adieu, the craft:

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Hope y’all like it!

~g

Wood Branch Candle Holder

Hey everybody! How was your Thanksgiving? Here is a great DIY fall decor idea, from Infarrantly Creative. I love the rustic-ness in these candle holders!

And for the next month (I’m not sure how long) we won’t be having a computer so I probably won’t be posting anything for a while, unless I use my iPod but Safari always crashes when I try there 😡 … but I’ll definitely try.

The craft:

Tree Limb Candle Holder

The instructions are on the site!

Happy craftin,

~g

Leaf Mason Jar Candle holder

Wow, you can probably tell I like these mason jars. This candle holder is awesome and so pretty! It would make a great table centerpiece for Thanksgiving I think.

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And I dunno bout you, but I feel a little unprepared for Thanksgiving (even though I obviously don’t need to like prepare my house for guests or anything I’m a kid xD) #unprepared ha.

Well, happy craftin’!

~g

Ombre Pinecone

I’ve been a little busy.. Here is a pretty fall craft from WhimZeeCal! I wish I had pine cones in my yard, but you can always buy some at a craft store such as Michael’s.

Here are the instructions..

Materials:

– A pinecone
– Acrylic paint in three or four different shade of the same color
– Angled paint brush
– An old toothbrush
Construction:

1. Take your toothbrush and clean off any dirt or bugs (recommend doing this step outdoor).
2. Take your paint brush and apply the first shade on to 1/4 of the pinecone (recommend starting with the darkest shade at the bottom of the pinecone and working your way up).
3. Continue painting the next shade to the next 1/4 of the pinecone.
4. Repeat step 3 with the rest of the shades until you reach the top. – See more at: http://www.whimzeecal.com/2013/09/diy-friday-ombre-pinecone-tutorial.html#sthash.fCVon7DX.dpuf

A great craft! So cute ❤
Happy crafting,
~g