Lisa from Celebrate Creativity shares a simple tutorial for making a gorgeous snowflake pillow inspired by Pottery Barn. While the inspiration may call for French knots, Lisa found a much simpler solution in mini cotton balls. She sewed her own pillow cover and then simply glued on the cotton balls. For a little extra sparkle, […Read More]
When Angela of Blue i Style was flipping through the Crate & Barrel holiday catalog, she was immediately drawn to a set of large “Ho Ho Ho” letters with a glossy red finish. However, the price tag caused her to do a double take – $60 for 6 letters?!? Angela says, “I know a project […Read More]
Ashley from Simply Designing recently found a natural and textural JOY mantelscape in the Pottery Barn catalog. She says, “As is typical for me, this was just a background decoration, and they do not actually sell this decoration. So with just a few tools and under $15, I was able to recreate this beautiful JOY decoration!” Ashley did a stunning job making her letters, and the best part of the story is that she gifted them to a friend who has filled her life with joy!
Here’s a little more Christmas wall art for you today, and all you have to do for this one is click download and print! When Kristin from Yellow Bliss Road saw a sign featuring a well-known Christmas sign, she instantly fell in love and decided to put her Photoshop skills to use and create her own sign. Of course, Kristin had to make it a free download so her frugal friends could enjoy it too!
Today’s all about Christmas trees here at KOD! I’ve got a couple of projects to showcase that show there are more options out there than just the traditional evergreen boughs. Gail from Purple Hues and Me created this trio of red trees by cutting felt leaves and adhering them to cone forms. What a simple way to make a statement on a tabletop or mantel!