Cupcake Liner and Coffee Filter Christmas tree Craft

Cupcake Liner and Coffee Filter Christmas tree Craft
This craft might just be better than coffee and cupcakes! Did you know you can make beautiful Christmas trees using coffee filters and cupcake liners?


Girls Nite Out and BIC Mark-itTM

Girls Nite Out and BIC Mark-itTM
Girls Nite Out (with BIC Mark-It™ Permanent Markers) Do you take your kids on dates? One of Little DIY's favorite things to do is to have a Girls Nite Out with mom!


Pumpkin Topiary Decor

Pumpkin Topiary Decor
I have a bit of a pumpkin obsession, I admit it. They're just so charming. I love the plumpness of them, the uniqueness and the variety of colors (especially the heirloom ones). This fall, pumpkin topiaries were the newest thing. And what's better than a pumpkin topiary?


Thanksgiving Tree

Thanksgiving Tree
Today I want to share such a simple idea with you. It's a different take on a Thanksgiving tree.


Honeycomb Pattern Table Makeover

Honeycomb Pattern Table Makeover
A table makeover times two! Not every project goes according to plan. Even talented DIYers have a few flops and fails under their belts. It's just part of life. This project was supposed to be so simple!


Fall Wreath

Fall Wreath
  Sometimes you get lucky.  You're cruising the aisles of Goodwill and you find a wreath. It's big, cheap and you know that with a little tweaking it can be fabulous.


Tips and Ideas for Using Wood Slices

Tips and Ideas for Using Wood Slices
Have you seen all the wood slices appearing in stores, around blog-land and on Pinterest lately? I love them because they add texture and a natural element in decor. I have some ideas to share today that will show you how to use wood slices in home decor.  If you read my post about Wood Slice Pumpkins , you'll know how I came by my wood slices. And no, I didn't buy them at a craft store....they're real, DIY wood slices...as in sawing a log (not to be confused with sawing logs ...although I do love my sleep!). I've decorated a lot of wood slices, and learned a few tips along the way that I'm happy to share with you so you have the best experience crafting with your wood slices! I've included affiliate links for your convenience (you can find my full disclosure policy here ). Tip #1: Make a wood slice into a chalkboard My first wood slice project was something I did for the new coffeehouse at our church. I painted wood


Thanksgiving Tray from a Cupboard Door

Thanksgiving Tray from a Cupboard Door
My Thanksgiving decor this year consists mainly of pumpkins, candles and leaves ! So when I knew I needed to come up with a turkey-themed tutorial for this month's #Makeit Challenge, I decided to make something that would be functional as well as cute - a turkey bread/cheese tray! I'm including affiliate links for your convenience. My full disclosure policy can be found here .