One of the newest trends that I have been keeping my eye on is the modern wreath. So here is my first attempt at a cheap, but chic modern wreath.
This wreath cost me about $25 to make. All of the supplies came from Hobby Lobby. Of course you have to buy each item when it is on sale to get a good price – so it may take you two weeks and separate shopping trips to get all of your supplies on sale.
I used gold jewelry wire and gold spray paint that I had at home from previous crafts. The only other supplies you need is a steel ring (approx. $4) to form your wreath and your choice of flowers!
This is a great and easy DIY to make that will brighten up the look of the inside or the outside of you house!
I am someone who gets up at bright and early every morning because my workday typically starts at 6:30 am.
I love mornings, but getting up for them can be tough enough without having to cook a good meal to get me through a ten hour shift. Over the last year, I have been experimenting with ways to eat a healthy breakfast without having to sacrifice my time for it. I have tried everything from fasting (lets not do that again), to meal prepping baked eggs in a muffin tin, or even just drinking a primer protein drink that mixed into my coffee. But this recipe for a early riser breakfast has been by far my favorite easy meal for the morning. This meal keeps me full all morning long, taste absolutely delicious, and I can even eat it in my car or at work.
1 c rolled oats
1 tbs chia seeds
1 tbs brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 c – 1 c coconut milk
1 tbs peanut butter
1/2 or 1 small banana
I mix these ingredients up in a sealed container and place in my fridge overnight. All you have to do in the morning is grab a spoon and go! And don’t forget your coffee!