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Make this cute and easy DIY snowglobe ornament in under 5 minutes using some bottle brush trees and faux snow. These are the perfect touch to your Christmas tree no matter your theme or decor style! They add just the right touch of sparkle! Scroll down to see how I made these.
DIY Snowglobe Ornament
I love adding a few handmade ornaments to the tree in addition to some classic ball ornaments. This year I chose to do a winter white neutral theme and got the idea to add a few snowglobe ornaments. These were so easy to make and you could fill with just about anything. I used some leftover bottle brush trees but I think pine cones would be really pretty too!
You will need:
Start by heating up your glue gun and unscrew the lid off the jar.
Once the hot glue gun is warmed up, add some glue to the bottom of your bottle brush tree and place standing up on the inside bottom lid of the jar.
Fill the inside of the jar with some faux snow.
Once the glue on the lid is dry, screw the lid back on the jar.
How easy is that?
I’ll link some of the things I used to make these below along with some other homemade ornaments we’ve made in the past if you’re looking for more inspiration!
Here are some other DIY ornaments
I love to see what you create so be sure to take a photo and tag me on Instagram @ourtiny_nest!
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There’s something so cozy about a beautiful simmer pot on the stove and the fragrant aromas. Especially in winter time. This DIY simmer pot is a great gift idea for the holidays and super easy to assemble!
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What is a stovetop simmer pot?
A simmer pot is a basically a pot of water, fruits, herbs and spices that you simmer throughout the day to fill your home with a nice aroma. Simmer pots are really nice around the holidays with those warm spices but they can be enjoyed all year long.
In the past I’ve done simmer pots in any old ordinary pot but recently I got this glass pot on Amazon. It’s soooo pretty and I thought it would make a great hostess gift.
What you need to make this DIY Simmer Pot:
- Simmer Pot (linking it here)
- 2 oranges
- 1/2 bag of fresh cranberries
- Dried cloves
- 3 sprigs of fresh rosemary
- 3 cinnamon sticks
- Ribbon or twine
How to make a DIY Simmer Pot Gift
Fill your pot with the oranges, cranberries and sprinkle in some cloves. With a ribbon or some twine, tie together the cinnamon sticks and rosemary and place in the pot. You don’t have to use this pot you can absolutely put together the ingredients and gather in a mason jar as well. Wrap and tie with a ribbon. If you want, you can also add a little tag with the instructions for simmering (listing the instructions below).
Fill a pot with about 3-4 cups of water. Add all ingredients to the pot and allow to simmer. Keep an eye on the water and add more as needed. You can reuse for a few days, just add more water. Enjoy!
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I am just not ready to let fall go yet, are you? So when my friend Kristy asked me if I wanted to join together for one last fall themed blog hop of course I said “yes!” For those of you who are coming over from Kristy’s blog, welcome! And I hope you decide to stick around for awhile and follow me over on the gram @ourtiny_nest!
Ok so today I’ve got an easy Halloween DIY. Seriously, super easy and if you’re looking for a last minute idea, this is it. I’m showing you how I made these easy DIY ghost lanterns. These are perfect for lining your stairs to add a little festive touch. I surprised the kids when they came home from hockey the other night and when they walked in they just loved it! I got all of the things at my local Dollar store but you could get just about anywhere! Scroll down to see how to make these easy DIY ghost lanterns.
You will need:
- white kraft paper bags
- battery operate tea lights
- black marker or crayon
Start with your kraft paper bags. Mine had handles so I just cut the handles off using scissors. With a black marker or crayon, draw on each bag a pair of eyes and a nose.
Next you will get the tea lights and put inside each bag.
Then just line your stairs or place them where ever you would like. These would also look good on a mantle!
Can you spot my little furry assistant?
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This post is sponsored by Beautifully Responsible® Resilient Flooring, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Today’s post is all about resilient flooring. You may remember some of our home projects over the past few years – redoing my office, our family room and the half bath downstairs. They all have resilient flooring. With two active boys and a dog, it just made sense for where we are in our stage of life. Spills and accidents are bound to happen and thankfully there’s Beautifully Responsible® flooring, constructed for long term durability while fostering an aesthetically pleasing home and environment. Below I’m sharing a little bit more about resilient flooring and why it’s a great option for your next home project.
What is resilient flooring?
Resilient flooring is any type of flooring that can stand up to tough spills, dirt, pets while still looking stylish at the same time. It gets it’s name resilient because it can give under your footsteps yet it springs right back into place. Some different types of resilient flooring are vinyl, linoleum, rubber, asphalt, cork.
Is resilient flooring durable?
Yes!!! Resilient flooring is perfect for those high traffic areas and can take alot of heavy love if you know what I mean! They have advanced scratch protection which helps withstand the look of aging and are extremely easy to clean.
Where to buy
If you are looking to buy resilient flooring, here is a link with a variety of manufacturers. https://beautifullyresponsible.com/find-your-floor
Visit BeautifullyResponsible.com to learn more and follow @Responsiblefloors on Youtube, Instagram and Pinterest.
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