This month I am participating in the Spring Bliss Bash blog party! I have teamed up with 16 other bloggers/creatives who will be sharing their favorite spring projects over at Rocky Mountain Bliss all month long. There have been so many wonderful spring craft posts already such as this burlap bunny banner, DIY barnwood frame, and chalkboard mugs!
Botanical prints are a growing trend right now in the farmhouse decor community, mostly due to the TV show Fixer Upper! We have all seen those gallery walls of botanical prints that Joanna Gaines has decorated with and have been dying to recreate the look!
What you may not know, is that there are TONS of great resources all over the internet where you can print them FOR FREE! When you do a quick search on Pinterest for “botanical prints”, you will find an overwhelming number to choose from.
Today, I wanted to share with you some olive branch botanical prints that I found, through the New York Public Library Digital Collections.
I have been dying to have mercury glass ornaments on my tree for a few years now, but at $34.50 for a set of six ornaments from Pottery Barn I just couldn’t justify the cost. I had seen several tutorials for DIY mercury glass ornaments so I set out to Hobby Lobby to get my supplies! While in the Christmas crafts section, I happened upon a box of 4 shatterproof mercury glass ornaments for $7.99 that were on sale for 50% off!!! SOLD!!
I posted a couple sneak peeks of this beauty on Instagram, but as promised, here is the tutorial and the official reveal for the DIY pallet wood farmhouse clock! This is a fairly simple project, and it’s such a gorgeous statement piece! My walls have been in desperate need of some decorations, so when I came across a tutorial by Sarah over at Little Red Brick House for a pallet wood clock I just knew I HAD to make one! I had some pallet wood pieces left over in my garage from other projects so I put my hubby to work. I mean what are handy hubbys for if not to make your Pinterest dreams come true?!