Acorns are a super inexpensive way to decorate for Fall. I'm awed by all the beautiful things that can be done with them, from easy candle holders, to more involved, hand painted ornaments. You can't help but fall in love with the rustic charm that acorns bring to the table! Here in Texas, Keep Reading
Fun stuff is all about projects, crafts, trips we take and easy DIY posts that happen around here on The Frugal Farm Wife.
For the Fourth of July, I rounded up some great easy craft projects. I’m not a huge craft person – I have lots of skills but crafting might not be one of them – so I’m always on the lookout for cute, easy crafts that are at my skill level! That’s why I love my mason jar DIY round up post.
Decorating is also fun, but sometimes it is super time consuming and can be really expensive! Here’s some Autumn decorating tips with DIY pumpkin decor ideas and easy fall centerpiece ideas. Your home will be decked out for Thanksgiving and more!
Fun stuff has to include activities for kids too! They will love the homemade play dough recipe (it’s edible!), and the homemade spray chalk!
And with Christmas right around the corner, you’ll love these easy gift ideas and decor tips!
This is perfect for preschool-aged kids! It’s an age where drawing with chalk is still a little bit beyond them, but spraying? They can do that! Homemade spray chalk is super easy to make, and the ingredients are already in your kitchen! Kids seem to have an innate drive to paint things, Keep Reading
I’m honestly not a very imaginative person, so it was really hard to come up with essential oil blends recipes when I first started my homemade soap making journey. I would group up all my little glass bottles, into bottom, middle, and top tones, and gather up a bunch of q-tips, sit at the table, Keep Reading
Garrett has been asking if we can make playdough for over a week now, but I’ve been putting him off because, even though it's one of my favorite indoor toddler activities, his sister is going through a stage where she wants to eat everything (and climb, and dump, and throw, and… you get the idea), Keep Reading
What a week y'all! here it is, the last weekend before Christmas. how did that happen so fast?! it's time to pull out the last minute DIY gift tutorials. Making homemade gifts is so much more personal - and cheaper! - than buying them, and the good news is, it's totally doable with this roundup of Keep Reading
DIY Ornaments are So much fun! If you're still looking for a few more to put on your tree, or give as gifts, there is something here in this list of 27 Simple Christmas Ornament tutorials! In case you missed it earlier this week, we also have a roundup of 35 Christmas Décor tutorials that you Keep Reading
I'll be honest; the majority of my love for the holiday season stems from my love of holiday candy. I mean, I love making fudge from scratch (almost) as much as I love eating it! But this year, I've gotten a lot more excited than usual about decorating. Maybe it's that our new house with it's Keep Reading
Christmas is almost here! Can you believe it? We've been having a lot of fun this holiday season visiting family, attending our local Christmas parade, and moving into our new house (SUCH a blessing!). But with all this busyness, I'm suddenly finding myself in "last minute mode" Eek! I know I Keep Reading
I so excited about this wreath! I really, really wanted to do some decorating this year, and wreaths are one of my favorite ways to get into the holiday spirit but, nice wreaths are so expensive! I knew there was no way I was going to buy one, and my sister and I have been working on making a Keep Reading
Hi all! My sister Johanna, has been churning out homemade Christmas decorations like crazy, and I asked her to share a few with us here on the blog. She is such a creative! After you've read this tutorial, be sure to stop by her Etsy shop and look at all of her beautiful handmade Keep Reading