I am kind of obsessed with these unicorn mason jars that I made for this month’s Michael’s Makers Challenge! (They were inspired by the unicorn pumpkins that my daughter Lyla and I made last fall). I made these to keep on my desk as pencil holders, but they would also be perfect for other things too – like planters. From crystals to pom poms to tassels & patches, Michael’s has everything you need
Thank you Southeast Toyota for sponsoring this trip and blog post! As always, all thoughts, opinions, and photos are my own. And thank you readers for supporting the brands that support Lines Across. I’ve always loved travelling and exploring new places. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I’ve moved around a lot and lived in 7 different states in my life. During college, my dad and
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of True Value. The opinions and text are all mine. I absolutely love building things with my own two hands, but I only half know what I’m doing. But recently I headed to True Value Hardware to pick up a few supplies for a few projects I’ve been working on, and I had the best experience. Multiple employees came
I’ve been wanting to try making sidewalk chalk paint for a long time now, and so I knew I wanted to try out this idea I had for the Michael’s Makers summer challenge! In fact making the paint is just as much fun as playing with it. My 3 year old was pretty obsessed with the fact that I let him use a hammer and loved crushing the sidewalk chalk.
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Ok so you know that I love a good rainbow right? Pretty much everything looks better when arranged in rainbow order (if you follow me on Instagram you’ve seen my MANY rainbow pictures and videos). So when this month’s Michael’s Makers Challenge was to make something with their faux floral collection, I knew I wanted to make a rainbow wreath. I wasn’t quite sure it would turn out. I think
I don’t know about you but I’m obsessed with little notebooks. I always keep a few in my purse to jot down ideas, make lists, or to let my kids use. Plus they’re just really cute. These DIY notebooks were so much fun to make I couldn’t stop. I also helped my kids make a few of their own. They used the letter stickers to spell out words and stuff
Well hello again everyone! I’ve been taking a little bit of a break from blogging and focusing my efforts on some other fun projects. Lately I’ve been working on more and more photography and design projects, which I absolutely LOVE, and a little time away from the computer has helped me really delve into these projects, like my latest Mixbook design. And now I’m thrilled to share my second Mixbook