Hello everyone! Here at Heartland America, we’ve been crazy busy making sure all your Christmas gifts arrive on your doorstep. I want to thank everyone for all the orders that have been coming in. There is still a little bit of time to get your orders placed in time for Christmas. So for all those who are still need some gifts, I’ve got some great ideas for you!
- The gift of warm hands will warm their heart.
Gloves make an awesome gift for everyone. You can never have too many gloves especially if you live in a bitterly cold winters of Minnesota. These great insulated gloves are available Men’s and Women’s black leather and Men’s and Women’s brown leather. So they are perfect for every style and anyone on your list.
I’m so bummed! It’s December, and there is no snow here in Minnesota. I know! It’s quite a shock to us as well. Although it is nice that the roads have been lovely, and I haven’t had to shovel. But it does not feel like Christmas without snow covered landscapes and frosted window panes. With the possibility of not getting a white Christmas, it’s even more important to make the inside my home festive and bright. I filled my faux tree with ornaments, but the rest of my home needs a bit more Christmas cheer. Inspired by the frost that should be on my windows, I created a frosted Christmas shadow box.
It reminds me of making “baby feet” with my hands on the car window. Glitter and glue makes the frosted effect: so melting isn’t a problem. Adding a string of lights inside the shadow box, gives off a warm holiday glow. You can make it completely your own with any word or simple clip art. The background can be whatever you want too.
It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is just two weeks away! Every year our family has a lot to be thankful for, and this year is no different. While some of our family can’t make it for Thanksgiving, we will have a time of fun and fellowship with all the family and friends that are near. But I’m never quite sure who is going to make it. So I decided to come up with an alternatives for place cards. This DIY for mason jar place holders is the adorable and functional result.
The lids are covered in chalkboard paint. So guests can be added or subtracted very easily. Filling the jars with yummy trail mix is perfect treat for your guests to take with them. It’s especially handy for people with a long way home or hoping to brave the Black Friday rush.
Are you ready for fall yet? I can’t wait! I’m kinda over summer. If you have a student going into college, they are experiencing a mixture of excitement and nerves. The thought of living in the dorms is especially fun and a bit scary. When I was in college, my roommate and I made our room one of the cutest on that floor. Making the dorm room a comfy oasis is a must for students that are away from home. But that can get expensive, so this week I decided to do a budget decor DIY for any dorm room or bedroom.
These pillows can be made very cheaply or even free. You can customize these t-shirt pillows for anyone with the right shirt. I am currently on a t-shirt pillow making spree, as you can see. They are fun to make, and you can make your own in less than an hour.
It’s already November! From now until Thanksgiving we will be focusing on how to make it extra special with DIY decor, recipes, and entertaining tips and tricks.
Today I’ll be showing you how to make a darling, plaid cuff candle holder that’s easy to make, no sew, and inexpensive. You may already have most everything you need at home.