Here’s another fun Dollar Tree DIY, Spring Edition. These items are super cute and can definitely be styled to suit your specific tastes!Continue reading “Spring Dollar Tree DIY: 1/6 Scale Doll Decor”
After many months of designing and creating handmade doll furniture and accessories, the time has come to give you all a PREVIEW of what will be initially sold in our Etsy shop BrunbelleDesigns. The shop will go live on Monday, March 1, 2021 at 9 AM PST!Continue reading “Etsy Shop Preview – Doll Furniture”
We’ve compiled photos of the entire street fair here so far! Additional photos will be added until Christmas 2020.
The Tree Lighting
Bruni & Rie Selecting a Tree
Around the Fair
Caroling at the Fair
Shopping at the Fair
A Bustling Fair
Bennie’s Surprise for Bruni
Be sure to check back for more photos up until Christmas Day including some behind the scenes photos!
Rie & Bruni
In preparation of our upcoming Pineapple Patio Party, the weekend of June 20-21, 2020, I wanted to share some DIY’s I made in preparation for the party! This way you can do them too! There are mainly Dollar Tree crafts so that’s even better…accessible and inexpensive.
Welcome to part 2 of this DIY series. Today will will make some slightly larger items and accessories out of items that can be found around the house.
Grab your glue guns and raid your trash for some fun accessories! I wanted to come up with a few easy DIY projects that don’t require you to have stockpiles of craft supplies at home. I know not everyone has as much on hand as I do and we all need to keep our hands busy during this crazy time. I raided my junk drawer, recycling, and “pre” trash items to see what could be created out of basic household items. Continue reading “Trash to Treasure: Doll DIYs from around the House (Part 1)”
Ready for a glamtastically spooky party? We’ve created a gorgeous set of Gothic serving dishes for this All Hallows Eve!
We all love a bargain, right? But we all want our diorama digs to be great quality too, right? I’m really trying to pair down, but let’s be honest, I’m totally addicted to shopping at the Dollar Tree and I love a good craft challenge. When I saw all of their signs, the ideas just started going off in my head. I wanted to make nice, wood furniture from DT items! Away I went!
Thank you so much for following along in our transformation journey with the Glitter Girls Sweet Shop (found here on Amazon). I am thrilled with where it ended up and I have had a lot of fun taking photos. This whole project evolved as it went along. I originally only intended to paint the blue trim portions of the exterior and then work with what they already created, but it certainly morphed into a total transformation.
I was so inspired by the last challenge that @thedauhlhouse hosted that I started thinking about doing several design vignettes for $10.00 (all from items purchased at the Dollar Tree). This is the second in the series with a Farmhouse Style. Check it out!