Rustic Wood Pumpkins - DIY Fall Decor | Swanky Design Company
A tutorial on how I made these Rustic Wood Pumpkins. Easy, fun DIY Fall Decor that you can use every year!
JOY burlap Christmas Sign, green, red, white, hanging signage
This "joyous" sign would make a lovely mantle or wall holiday decoration. Each block measures 4" x 6" and hangs with jute twine. The jute twine will measure 24" at each end. Please convo me if you need longer twine. The actual lettering has been painted black with rustic feel block letters. Each corner has a decorative nail. The second photo shows the same signage but self-standing. If you would prefer the self-standing signs, please let me know in the buyer comment section during the…
Christmas Begins With Christ, Primitive Wood Stacking Blocks, Seasonal Holiday Decor
Christmas Begins With Christ, Primitive Wood Stacking Blocks, Seasonal Holiday Decor. $15.50, via Etsy.
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PriMiTiVe Red Burgundy BATTERY CANDLE LIGHT Wood Block
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for PriMiTiVe Red Burgundy BATTERY CANDLE LIGHT Wood Block at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
Play Kitchen Accessories: Wooden Groceries Part 7
Wooden play groceries. I wanted them. But I'm too darn cheap to buy them. So, I collected labels from items we had around the house. I clipped pictures from sales flyers. I decoupaged those labels on wood scraps and some old blocks. Instant playfood, and they double as blocks for stacking. Easy and free! Go ahead and give them a try! And in case you missed the rest of my series on homemade play kitchen supplies, here's the links: Part 1: Market bag Part 2: Dish Towels Part 3: Potholders Part…
Centennial Relief Society
“Just remember that the legacy is passed from heart to heart. Charity, the pure love of Christ, is part of the mighty change of heart which the Lord promises to His faithful disciples. So it is not hard to see what simple things you can and must do to pass the legacy along.” Henry B. Eyring, “The Enduring Legacy of Relief Society,” Ensign, Nov 2009, 121–25