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Spring is a fabulous time of the year to try new things. It’s also time for spring cleaning, whether you like it or not, including cleaning out your closet.   It’s time to transform those silk ties collecting dust into charming eggs with unique patterns.  I’ll show you how to combine a lot of my favorite things–repurposing, hollow eggs, making home decor, and happy surprises into some amazing art!   Repurposing Ties For this project, gather up any unused, gaudy, and dated silk ties that you…

Spring is a fabulous time of the year to try new things. It’s also time for spring cleaning, whether you like it or not, including cleaning out your closet. It’s time to transform those silk ties collecting dust into charming eggs with unique patterns. I’ll show you how to combine a lot of my favorite things–repurposing, hollow eggs, making home decor, and happy surprises into some amazing art! Repurposing Ties For this project, gather up any unused, gaudy, and dated silk ties that you…

Inspired by a walk in the woods, foraged acorns and pine cones come together to make this beautiful wreath.

Inspired by a walk in the woods, foraged acorns and pine cones come together to make this beautiful wreath.

Create your own DIY fall wreath with acorns and burlap to add to your fall decor. It's a simple project that makes for a striking statement piece!

Create your own DIY fall wreath with acorns and burlap to add to your fall decor. It's a simple project that makes for a striking statement piece!

I thought it would be fun to create some fabric acorns made with real acorn hats.  So, we headed out on a family hike to gather some nuts li...

I thought it would be fun to create some fabric acorns made with real acorn hats. So, we headed out on a family hike to gather some nuts li...

DIY grapevine pumpkin , just add twinkle lights for a $ 5 version of a $ 50 pottery barn fall decoration. @leanna wyatt

DIY grapevine pumpkin , just add twinkle lights for a $ 5 version of a $ 50 pottery barn fall decoration. @leanna wyatt