Saturday, June 28, 2014

DIY Fourth of July!

Hello, sweet friends!
My, it has been too long since I tried my hand at blogging. It's just that I have so many ideas floating around in my mind but am having the hardest time penning them down. :)
Last weekend, my dear mom came for a visit. What a blessing it was! It was so sweet enjoying her company, showing her our little home's progress, and spending hours some time in a local antique shop.
She also had the great idea of making these adorable Forth of July fabric balls. They were super easy (and affordable) to make. I plan on switching out the fabric pieces according to the season ... how fun is that?
All you need is fabric of your choice (we bought three different pieces at 1/2 a yard), scissors, sewing pins, and Styrofoam balls. We simply cut the fabric into 1/2 inch strips and pulled the pieces around the balls, pinning them in place. Add some twine for a special, super cute touch!
Thank you, Mom, for the lovely visit ... and for my new dining table attraction! ;-)
Off to an essential oils class!
With love to you,


  1. They loo really nice, Frannie, and you can change colours with the seasons.

  2. Oh, thank you! Yes, I plan on changing out the colors. I very easy and cost efficient way of sprucing up the house. :)



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