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Hi everyone! Today I wanted to share an easy DIY project to hang on your door! Perfect for Independence Day!
 I made this door initial this past Memorial Day weekend! It was easy and it turned out so cute! 



 Supplies



Painter's Tape

Paint Brush

Star Stickers

I bought the initial from Jo-Ann Fabrics. It was under $10! I also purchased the craft paint and star stickers from there. The rest of supplies I had at home. 


First thing I did was paint the top half of the initial blue and the bottom white. Once it dried, I taped the bottom of the initial so that I could create stripes. I then painted the red stripes. 



Once it dried, I pulled off the tape and all that was left to do was add stickers! 



Have a great day!



xo Jacqueline
Supplies: Sandals: Dolce Vita/Similar (I purchased mine at Nordstrom Rack $40) Crystals: Michaels Glue:Super Glue (I purchased mine at Target)


The beads come already put together in a strand. It makes creating these  crystal sandals that much easier. Michaels offers a variety of styles and selections of strands to choose from. 



Happy March! To celebrate the start of a new month, I thought I would share a DIY spring wreath! Plus, this tulip wreath is so easy to recreate! I have had my eye on many tulip wreaths. They are very expensive, so I wanted to recreate a semilar look at a fraction of the price. This wreath was just under $60. All of the florals that were purchased were also 50% off at the time. Everything was purchased at Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store



Supplies: Grapevine Wreath (I used an18'' wreath) 
Tulips Bush Stems ( I bought 15) 
Wire Cutters


 Using the wire cutters, cut each tulip bush so that each individual tulip is no longer attached.



This next part is time consuming, but it what makes the wreath look full. Take each individual tulip and weave it into the grapevine wreath. You can use wire to attach each stem, but I found that after I weaved it into the wreath, they would not move.


To get a full look,  you will want to layer the stems on top of each other. Also, as you weave each stem into the wreath, place each one close to other. They will start to bunch and the wreath will begin to look full.


Continue this method all the way around the wreath.



You can adjust and pull out stems as needed. Since taking these pictures, I have adjusted the stems to give the wreath a more circular look.


This wreath is perfect to place on the front door, hang over a mirror or chalkboard. This wreath is currently hanging on our laundry sliding door. You can see this picture on my Instagram @jacquelinerendine!




Have a great day!


xo Jacqueline










The set of crystals that I chose just needs to be secured on the end. I looked up knots to tie, because the string is almost like fishing line.

Take your super glue and cover the back of the crystals with glue and then place the crystal strand where you want them to be placed on your sandal.  Hold down with pressure for a good three minutes. I clamped down on my sandals, so that the super glue would attach to the sandal. 

Allow the sandal to sit for a good 24 hours so that the glue can dry.

Repeat the process and do the exact same thing to the other shoe. 

                                                                          The Final Product

Happy Tuesday! Above is a project that I completed over the weekend! Everything was under $50.00! Plus, it was so easy!
xo,
Jacqueline 

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