You know how I love making wreaths! This one is not for me though, it will be a gift! I am making one for my mom for Mother's Day and one for my future Mother in Law. I wanted to make them each something springy for their front doors. I think wreaths make a great gift for birthdays, Mother's Day, or Christmas! I love using the twig wreaths with the clip-on flowers. It takes no time at all with these easy supplies!
1. Twig wreath
2. Clip-on flowers
3. Initial letter
5. Burlap ribbon
Burlap ribbon and paint for the initial letter
I clipped on the flowers to the twigs. Next, I painted the letter lavender to match the flowers. I tied and hot glued the bow on the top and it was complete!
I never know when I should get rid of clothes and when I do have those moments when I need to clean out my closet, I have a hard time letting go. I found this trick on Pinterest and so far it has been working.
1. Turn all of your hangers in your closet backyard so the hook is facing away from you.
2. When you wear something and you hang it back up, turn that hanger toward you.
After a month or two, you will begin seeing what clothes you never wear because the hangers will still be backward. This trick has helped me so much! I always think I will need that shirt or those pants for something when in reality I haven't worn them in three years. I went about six months doing this and here is the result!
I always take my clothes into a resale store to see if I am able to make any money off of them. This time I made $43.00 and was able to donate the rest to Goodwill.
It was so nice getting a "fresh start" and knowing that now I have only the clothes that I actually wear in my closet. Needless to say, I have more room and space now and it feels great! :) How do you know when to donate?