I do have a crafty side!
My neighbors and I love to craft together! We always have fun Saturday night Pinterest parties! We create a Pinterest party board that we all pin our ideas on. We each pin a project and something yummy to eat to bring to our party. There is always a delicious cocktail or two pinned on the board too! Crafting, food, and drinks. What better way to spend a Saturday night!
We seriously have our Pinterest parties once or twice a month! We have a secret weapon at our Pinterest parties and her name is Crafty Kara. She always helps inspire us to make awesome, creative crafts, and helps us to get going again when we have a brain freeze! ( you should check out her blog! Happy Go Lucky! She has some amazing crafts on there) I have made glitter pumpkins, wine cork magnets, a Halloween wreath, etc... but my Christmas wreath turned out the best by far.
I am so proud of my wreath! It was so easy to create. Everything on this wreath is attached with crafting pins. The straw wreath I used made it so simple to pin. I was able to pin something and then readjust it to my liking. The wreath took two rolls of burlap. One roll to wrap the wreath and another to make the poofs. When I saw the deer burlap I knew that I had to use it. It was the whole inspiration behind my wreath. The second I saw the deer burlap I was brought back to the rustic style of my dad's house at Christmas. The bow was hand-made too! I had to watch a video on YouTube to figure it out and have another one of my awesome neighbors help, but after watching the video a few times we got it! What I enjoy about making this wreath was the trial and error process. I was constantly repining until it was perfect. The only downside to this wreath is waiting until after Thanksgiving to hang it!
Oh wait! Before you go. Tell me what awesome project or yummy treat would you bring to the Pinterest party!