Hi there! Are you on my real blog? If not, click and come on over. I spiced things up a bit with my design and I love it even more than before! My social media icons are easy at the top and everything flows a bit better. I also have a new closing to my posts too! Some friends were talking about designs, and ideas for there’s, and it sparked my creativity! I hope you like it!
On another note, I wanted to share some cute, easy (because I don’t have that craft gene), and CHEAP projects with you that I’ve been working on. I spent less than $10 on everything I’m showing you today thanks to Dollar Tree and some cheap finds elsewhere. First, I was working on these fun puff balls that I’m going to hang over my reading area. I learned some tricks along the way so I thought I’d share them with you. There’s also some ways that you can change it up, so I’ll share them as well.
If you are going to do a large ball, take 16 or so sheets of tissue paper and stack them neatly. I just bought the large white set from Dollar Tree. I used 8 sheets and then 12 sheets, and I still wished I had more. On the half balls above, I used 12 sheets and they were quite full (because there’s not as much space to expand them to). With the small ones, 8 sheets is probably good.
I picked up this big set of clothespins for $1.69 from a home improvement store. I bought this washi tape from Staples so that I could reach my $5 minimum on those awesome deals. I love this herringbone print!
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