DIY Home Decor Letters

So yesterday I showed you guys my St. Patrick’s Day themed kitchen décor. Well today I’m showing you one of the craft projects from the makeover, my torn scrapbook paper home decor letter.

You only need a few supplies for this easy project:

  • Paper mache letter
  • Mod Podge
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Foam or paint brush

scrapbook paper covered letterThis is a super easy project that you’ve probably seen a variation of before, except I think that my torn paper version is especially easy since there’s no tracing or cutting… just tearing the paper into pieces and applying to the paper mache letter.

scrapbook paper mache letter

 

You really can’t go wrong. If you don’t like a piece that’s glued down, take another piece of scrap paper and cover it up!

torn scrapbook paper letterAnd that’s it! Super simple.

scrapbook paper mache letterI love the green for St. Patrick’s Day because I can carry it into Spring or even keep up for Fall or Christmas.

st patricks day decorationsThis would be a fun craft to do with your kids or Girl Scout troop!
Nice and easy, plus doesn’t cost a lot of money!

home decor torn letters

 

Spring Staircase Garland

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After I took down my Christmas decorations in our family room I felt that the space was a little bare. During the holidays I have so much packed into that small space, and come January when I remove all the décor it just seems bland.

spring staircase floral garlandWell one of my favorite elements of my Christmas décor was my staircase garland so decided to create one for Springtime. I had 2 green garlands in storage to use for the project so I just had to pick up a couple items from Dollar General to bring it to life.

I grabbed 4 bunches of fake flowers and (6) hanging birds for $1 each.

dollar general plastic flowersI took the flowers off the stems and attached them to the garland with some greenery wire. It really only took me about 20-30 minutes to get them all on there.

flower staircase garlandNext I grabbed those hanging birds. They already had s-hooks on them so they were very easy to fasten on the garland.

spring staircase garland dollar generalAnd here is the final staircase garland for Spring!

spring staircase garland craftI’m loving the pops of color this added to the space.
And the birds only cost me $6 total to add.

spring staircase garland birds

spring stair case garland

bird staircase spring garlandI like the fact that I can leave the green garland up and decorate it as needed for upcoming holidays and seasons. As soon as I spot some Easter decorations at Dollar General I’ll add some eggs or bunnies to it!

spring staircase garlandAre you guys working on any Spring craft projects?
It’s only the first week of February but I’m ready for warmer weather!

spring staircase flower garland

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