What you’ll need……                                                                                                     

Empty Bottles

Wooden Dowel

White Dipping Bowl

Wooden Dipping Bowl

Hot Glue Gun

White Acrylic Paint

Let’s begin……  


STEP 1: Wash glass bottles with dish soap and allow it to dry completely. (Shake out excess water if necessary) 

STEP 2: Add 1 inch of paint into glass bottle.

STEP 3: Twirl glass bottle around in circular motion until the entire jar is coated with paint.

STEP 4:  Turn jar upside down to let excess paint drain out, moving the bottle from each spot every 5-6 seconds; continue this step for 2-3 minutes.

STEP 6: Let bottle dry right side up for 24 hours or until completely dry.

STEP 7: Once paint has completely dried, trace the outline of the rim onto a piece or heavy card stock paper to seal off the bottle opening.

STEP 8: After measuring out the center, secure the wooden dowels to the top of each bottle using a glue gun.

STEP 9: Repeat this step for all three bottles.


STEP 1: Find the center of the dipping bowl.

STEP 2: Glue the winter dowel to the center.

COMPLETION TIME: Up to 24 hours

Here’s the finish product!……




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Keep your yogi tea tags and use them as daily quote inspiration!

This has become a staple in my morning routine, every morning I pick out a tag and it helps me to think positive thoughts throughout the day. It also serves as a daily motivator for getting through the day.

Floral Scented Wall Art

Not only is this wall art visually appealing but it will add fresh scents to any room in your home.

What you’ll need……                                                                                                                    

Scrap Wood                                                                                                                                                  

Hot Glue Gun                                                                                                                                      

Popery Flowers  

Extra Glue Sticks   

Let’s begin……                                                                                                                                

STEP 1: Arrange popery flowers on scrap wood in your desired layout.

STEP 2: Hot glue flowers into place.

STEP 3: Hang your floral art up in desired location of your home.


Here’s the finish product!……  

 POM POM BOOKMARKS                                                              

What you’ll need……                                                                                                                    

Popsicle sticks

Pom pom balls

Glue gun


Mod Podge

Let’s begin……                                                                                                                    

STEP 1: Apply 2 coats of acrylic paint to the front and back of the popsicle sticks. Make sure the paint has completely dried before you apply the second coat.

STEP 2: Apply 1 coat of Mod Podge to seal the paint. Allow Mod Podge to dry completely before starting step 3.

STEP 3: Lightly trim off some of the fur in back of each pom-pom ball creating a flat surface in the back for each pom-pom pair to rest against.

STEP 4:  Using a hot glue gun, glue 1 pom-pom ball to the front of the popsicle stick. Using a hot glue gun, glue 1 pom-pom ball to the back of the popsicle stick.

COMPLETION TIME:  30 minutes


Here’s the finish product!……      

Wine Bottle Vases                                 

 WHAT YOU’LL NEED……         

6 empty Wine Cooler Glass Bottles

2 rolls of Butcher’s Twine


Hot Glue Gun

Flower or Plant of your choice.

LET’S BEGIN……         

STEP 1: Start by removing paper labels from each bottle.

STEP 2: Soak glass bottles in kitchen sink with hot water (not boiling hot water) for 5 minutes. After bottles are soaked, use alcohol pad to remove leftover sticky residue.

STEP 3: Wrap twine around each bottle in pattern of your choice. Once you’ve completed your wrapping pattern, lightly hot glue the tail end of the twine in place for maximum hold.


About 15 minutes



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