>Hope your weekend was GREAT! It snowed here today. Ugh. So it was fitting that I worked on Spring projects, eh?
I’m joining Lindsay over at Living with Lindsay for her Five Dollar Challenge — check out her site, so much fun!
Money doesn’t grow on trees?? No one sent me that memo. I should clarify — one of these projects was FREE and one was only two bucks.
Let’s start with one of the cutie moss bunnies at Pier One. I’ve picked these up about four times in the past month or so, but couldn’t figure out what to do with them. Last week, it hit me:
A pot I already had, along with foam and moss I already had. Add in a $2 mossy bunny:ACK
! Adorable! Stuff the foam in, stuff the moss on top, stuff in the bunny. You are DONE.
My other project was one I’m really excited about — because I know you already have half of it in your cabinet:
If you are the ONE person on earth who does not have the generic glass vase that comes with all flowers, then just get your booty over to Goodwill — they’ve got about 25 waiting for you.
I used my jute twine (correction from this post
— I thought it was sisal but turns out jute has a slightly darker look that I like better than the sisal) and wrapped it around and glued it like I did the bottles.
I. love. it. It screams Spring to me. I threw in the “faux
” flowers till I splurge on some white tulips. (When did tulips get so expensive??):
And I have to show my under $5 projects from last week as well — you can find them here
. My son’s art caddy:
Little container for little toys:
Four custom tags for under $2:
Fun little magnets:
Head over to Lindsay’s
to see more fun projects! And keep linking up your spray painting projects here
— so much inspiration!