Welcome dear friends! Can you believe that winter is nearly over and St. Patrick’s Day is coming up in less than a month? Do you decorate for St. Patrick’s Day? While I am not a fan of the mass produced decorations that seem to be designed for parties, I do love decorating with green and celtic items. I choose to either create my own St. Patrick’s Day decorations or use vintage Irish related dishes, collectibles, etc. in vignettes. This year however I have been noticing some really cute ways to decorate for Saint Patrick’s Day in farmhouse style. If you haven’t decorated for St. Patrick’s Day in the past, perhaps these farmhouse style Saint Patrick’s Day decorating ideas will inspire you.
Create and Craft
Hello everyone! Today I am sharing a quick post on how to create an easy Dollar Tree DIY spring tulip wreath for only $10.00. When I came across some pretty purple tulips at Dollar Tree I knew I wanted to make a simple and elegant spring wreath for my tobacco basket. It only took a few minutes to make and I think it turned out so cute!
Well hello dear friends! Are you getting the winter blues or spring fever? If so then it’s time to get crafty to help you pass the time before spring arrives! You have definitely come to the right place today for some super fun Valentine’s Day and DIY craft inspiration! *This post contains affiliate links.
Welcome friends! Do you have spring fever yet? I normally enjoy cozy winter months after the hectic holidays, but with the crazy warm weather we have been having and the birds singing outside my window, I can’t help but to think spring! While spring is actually still a while away, the long winter months gives us all time to gather ideas and craft supplies for spring and Easter DIYs. Today I am sharing some easy-springy little ideas for upcyling and repurposing old bed springs (or chair springs) into unique spring or Easter decorations. *This post contains affiliate links.
Valentine’s Day isn’t far off so it’s time to get a head start on some crafts to love! Today I am sharing how to make some “easy to love” DIY Valentine Gnomes. Scandinavian gnomes and Nordic gnomes were all the rage once again this Christmas and will continue to be popular in 2020. I had so much fun making Christmas gnomes year before last that I decided to make more for Valentine’s Day. These little valentine gnomes can be made in just a few minutes for around $10. Let’s get started!
Hello friends! I just can’t believe Christmas is almost here and I still have so much to share! From now until Christmas I am going to be posting as much holiday inspiration as I can before the season passes us by. Today I am excited to show you my DIY quick salvaged porch post “peppermint stick.” *This post contains affiliate links.
Happy December dear friends! I hope you all had a blessed Thanksgiving. It’s the most wonderful (and busiest) time of the year! I have spent the past few days decking the halls, but I still have a few details to finish up before sharing any of this year’s decor. Today I thought I would share a round up of my top “12 Posts of Christmas” (the best of the holidays at Follow The Yellow Brick Home) that you can check out while you are waiting to see our home all decked out for the holidays this year. Enjoy the holiday inspiration!