Simple Sunday

Welcome to Simple Sunday.

This week we are going to have some fun with flowers from my yard.

My daffodils bloomed early.

So a bouquet is an absolute necessity.  First, we must pick a container.  Maybe my new to me silver pitcher or

a Dundee Marmalade jar or,

milk glass vase or,

a vintage aqua mason jar or

white ironstone pitcher or

a small galvanized watering can or

one of my all time favorites a cow pitcher or

a chemistry flask or

a milk bottle ……..

Here is what I chose.

I bet you have many of the vessels I displayed above or another favorite and something in your yard worthy of turning into a bouquet.  Go have some fun!

Always,

Sharon

Facebook  Pinterest  Twitter   Instagram

 Don’t forget the Snickerdoodle Party is open until midnight Tuesday, so come join us.

Simple Sunday

Welcome to Simple Sunday.

Today’s project is Mini Mason Jar Waterless Heart Snow Globes.

I found these mini mason jars with handles at the Dollar Tree and the hearts at Target.  All the other supplies were in my craft stash.

First, I put a dab of hot glue on the bottom of the little pink bottle brush tree and placed it in the mini mason jar.

Then I added some of the faux snow left over from Christmas.

 Next, I added a pink heart for Valentine’s Day.

A decorative cord tied around the top just for fun.

A pink heart is hot glued to the top to co-ordinate the top with the heart inside the mini mason jar.

Mini Mason Jar Waterless Heart Snow Globe

Since I had all the supplies handy and extra mini mason jars, I made a few more waterless snow globes.

Thank you for joining me for Simple Sunday.

Pin Me Please

Always,

Sharon

Facebook  Pinterest  Twitter   Instagram

 Don’t forget the Snickerdoodle Party is open until midnight Tuesday, so come join us.

Simple Sunday

My friend Donna from Distressed Donna Down Home has a series she calls “Quickies” that she posts on Sunday.  It gave me the inspiration to start a similar series called “Simple Sunday”.

My first Simple Sunday post is a quick and easy project that takes just a few minutes ~ a super easy Valentine wreath.

Remember the set of three wreaths from my stash?  I used the middle size heart to make this Valentine wreath leaving me with the large and small hearts.

They were on my breakfast room table one inside the other waiting to re-enter the stash when inspiration struck.

 I went to my ribbon supply to see what I had to tie the two wreaths together and make a hanger.  The stash produced a little spool of cotton tape with red stripes that I got for $1 at Target in Bullseye’s Playground.

The inside of my front door was looking a bit forlorn since all the Christmas decor came down so a Valentine wreath is just what it needed.  Once I saw it hanging on the door it seemed a little too simple so a few vintage inspired valentines made it so much more fun.  My granddaughters actually squealed when they saw it.

Thank you for dropping by today.

Pin Me

Always,

Sharon

Facebook  Pinterest  Twitter   Instagram

 Don’t forget the Snickerdoodle Party is open until midnight Tuesday, so come join us.

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial