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DIY Bee Skep and Honey Dippers

I've got just the thing you need for your bee displays.

Today we are creating a DIY Bee Skep and Honey Dippers to add to your Bee Decor.

For This Project You will need:

Plastic Flower Pot- I got mine in the garden section at Dollar Tree

Jute Ribbon: I got my jute from the craft aisle at Walmart

Black Acrylic Paint

Ribbon (optional)

Bee charms

Honey Dippers

 

Yellow"Honey" Hot Glue

 

Check out the video below to see the steps to make these simple easy bee accessories.

 

DIY St Patrick's Day Tiered Tray Sign

DIY St Patrick's Day Tiered Tray Sign

I made up this super cute printable just in time for St. Patrick's Day

 

And the best part about the printable is that you can use it to make the cutest little sign for your tiered tray. 

 

 

To make this sign you will need: 

  

Supplies needed

 

 

 Supplies

Scissors

Mod Podge

Printable or Scrapbook paper

Foam brush

Wood surface (I found mine in the $1 section/wood sign aisle at Michaels)

 

Step 1:

I painted the wood sign black ( this is optional) but the sign that I grabbed from Micheals is slightly bigger than my printable. I added a black rim the printable for just this reason. Because the rim is black and I painted the sign black. you will never be able to tell.

Step 2:

Cut out the printable and apply the mod podge to the back of the printable. Place the printable on your surface and press the sign onto the surface using a squeegee or a card. Be sure that there is mod podge on the edges of the printable. 

Step 3. 

Place a thin layer of mod podge on edges of the printable and the top. If you are using colored ink be careful because the ink can run. But you can usually wipe that off. Let the sign dry and then display. Viola!!

 

 

For  a limited time grab this digital printable  for free HERE ..

 

You can grab the other signs in this St. Patrick's Day Bundle  Set HERE

 

Need a quick video of these steps. Check it out here

 

February 15, 2021 by Natasha Ross