This year I'm making these cute hot cocoa kits! Gather all the ingredients and assemble, it takes about 15 minutes! Stocking stuffers, hostess gifts, teacher gifts...Super easy! Hot Cocoa Christmas Treats (makes one) 1 8oz. Mason Jar with Lid 2 tablespoons Unsweetened Cocoa Powder. 2 tablespoons Sugar 1 tablespoon Christmas Nonpareils (optional) 2 tablespoons Chocolate … Continue reading Hot Cocoa Treats
Hey there Wishers! I hope the holidays were joyus and your New Year's hangover wasn't too bad! I'd like to take this opportunity before we start in on our annual re-cap to thank you all for the continued support in 2015. So many new subscribers and lovely comments and emails, you're a wonderful bunch! Thank … Continue reading Happy New Year!
Hey there! 2014 was an epic year for the blog, thanks to you! New commenters speaking up, as well as many new subscribers. Thank you guys, it's so nice to hear from you. I love blogging, and to have an actual audience after 5 years of mainly talking to myself is inspiring. I tried a … Continue reading Happy New Year!
These took me 30 minutes to make. I kid you not! You've been treated to my fan-girling over the site A Beautiful Mess in the last couple of months, and this latest D.I.Y. is my favorite so far! You will need: Oven (Preheat to 275 (130) degrees) Oven baked clay: White + three other colors … Continue reading Marbled Trinket Dishes
There's something new on Wishing For Horses! Have you noticed the new D.I.Y. section? Lovely isn't it! There are quite a few quick and easy projects from the archives, so check them out! Also, stay tunes to the page for new projects coming soon!
My cursor hovered over the add to cart button. That burlap Halloween banner was SO cute, it would be mine! I knew just where I would put it too. The finishing touch to my seasonal decor. And then, the voice in my head: "Are you nuts?! I'll bet you could make something just as cute … Continue reading DIY Halloween Banner
Super easy project for you or the kids! 1. Choose your kitchen towel (one towel per apron). I purchased an extra-large brand. 2. Choose your ribbon (about 2 yards). Cut in half to form two ties. 3. Pin each ribbon at the top of the towel to form the apron strings (ties) 4. With matching … Continue reading Kitchen Towel Apron
As summer resolutions go it's tame compared to years past, but the the projects listed make me terrifically happy! What's on your list?
It's been ages since we made something hasn't it? Let's get our crafting groove going again with this simple origami butterfly. You will need: Printer/Scanner This PDF template: Butterfly template 2 Clothes pins Decorative Paper Scissors Pencil String or Embroidery Floss 1. Print the PDF, and cut out the template. You can size it however … Continue reading Paper Butterflies
Dyeing (ha!) to try this! https://vimeo.com/44850164