Felt Mistletoe Wreath

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I am sure you are no stranger to no-sew fleece blankets with knotted edges. Pam from A Walk in the Park applied the same technique to create a mistletoe wreath for her door. The knots and pom poms lend tons of texture and look amazingly like Pam’s inspiration!

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Mercury Glass Ornaments

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Christina of The Frugal Homemaker loves mercury glass and found a way to easily create her own ornaments with barely any expense. Here’s from Christina: “I used a box of 12 glass ornaments I picked up at a yard sale for $1 and spray painted them with Krylon Looking Glass spray paint to make them into DIY mercury glass ornaments.  Love the look and can’t beat the price!”

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Advent Calendar Pillow

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If you are one of my regular Infarrantly Creative readers, then you know I have a thing for counting down to a special holiday or event. Last year I created this advent pillow cover as another way to enjoy the anticipation of counting the days until Christmas. I love how pretty it is, and my kids love moving the candy cane to a new pocket each day!

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Chalkboard Easel

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If you are still looking for a custom gift idea for a special little one this Christmas, then look no further! Larissa from The House on Harrison turned an old cabinet door from curbside trash day into an adorable easel that’s perfect for parties or play. If you love this easel as much as I do, then make sure to pop over to Larissa’s for a couple of other great ideas for turning a cabinet door into a sure-to-please gift!

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Chalkboard Placecards

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I always love when I stumble upon something new, so imagine my excitement when I saw these chalkboard placecards Tricia from Simplicity in the South shared at Beneath My Heart. Tricia shares the secret of how she sanded contact paper to create the faux iron finish. These cards can be used as placecards for your Christmas table, labels for your buffet dishes, and tags for your gifts! That’s quite the impressive list for only thirty cents a pop!

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Get Cozy for a Cause!

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I have owned the Pottery Barn faux fur blanket for years now.  It is one of those décor items in my home that hangs over my couch but not really something I use.  It is uber soft but it is so thick you can’t really wrap yourself in it.  It retails for $129 and obviously [...Read More]

Cutting Edge Stencil Giveaway

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If you read one of my other blogs, Infarrantly Creative, you know I have a deep affinity for stencils.  I love how you can customize your own fabric, furniture piece, walls, glass, and so much more using a stencil.  Well today the good people at Cutting Edge Stencils want me to show you what can be done with a stencil and offer one of you a chance to win a $50 gift certificate.

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NOEL Wall Art

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Pottery Barn’s Noel Sign has become rather famous in the world of Christmas décor. I have seen it recreated many times, but this DIY from Christa at Brown Sugar Toast is by far the thriftiest! Christa got almost the exact look of those well-known letters by cutting them herself from a large piece of cardboard. How’s that for resourcefulness?

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