Baskets organize our homes, make cute displays, and create neat gift baskets.
The nested market baskets adapt to any need! They are available in small, medium, and large are made of heavy wire, with a medallion on it. You can purchase them individually or as a set!
The small basket is 11″ SQ x 3 1/2″ D. Use it as a catch all, line it with a tea towel to serve muffins or dinner rolls, asa decoration a shelf, to corral remotes or coasters, for hand towels in our bathroom, or for your furry friends! Metal tag reads: say grace.
The medium basket is 14″ SQ x 5″ D. Use it for keeping magazines handy, or try it for countertop organization – we like it for displaying a pile of pretty cloth napkins or sorting mail. Metal tag reads: give thanks.
The large basket is 15 1/2″ SQ x 5 1/2″ D. The large basket keeps newspapers in an orderly stack, makes a great catch-all for your throw blankets, or stacks rolled towels neatly in your bathroom. The possibilities are endless! Metal tag reads: gather together.
If still hard to see the size and quality of these baskets, this video may help!
I get so many compliments of how I made this rustic photo display, I wanted to show you how easy it is to make with this DIY project! Look for my next blog post on the many uses this Blessings Cardholder has, especially as a photo display!
2. Purchase a board such as this one, and ask the store to cut it 37″. I got mine at Menards for about $4. Also purchase some 2 1/2″ burlap ribbon. I got mine at Hobby Lobby for about $8.
3. Lay the burlap ribbon the length of the board and staple it down with 2 staples on the reverse side. Stretch it tight and staple the other end with 2 staples also, then cut to trim. Repeat this process again to cover the other half of the board. The front and back of your should look similar to these pictures.
4. Place the cardholder on top of the burlap board. The bottom has a notch that fits right around the board, and the top has a hanger to hang onto the wall (hanging hardware included with he cardholder). When the cardholder is hung onto the wall, the board will hold in place. To make pretty I added a jute bow at the top, but this is optional!
This DIY project using the Blessings Cardholder makes it look a bit more rustic and give is a vintage look.
I hope you enjoy creating it, and comment below, what are you going to hang on it?
If your kitchen table is like ours, it’s where everyone gathers. It seems to be the place to not just sit and eat, but read the paper, look at your smart phone, do your homework, make a craft, and pray. But it’s also the place to talk about each others day, organize schedules, make decisions, play games, laugh, have fun together… or cry, listen, and console each other. The kitchen table is where some of the best conversion, stories, and memories are made. It’s an important part of a home.
Would it be nice to give a gift a that helps emphasizes your kitchen table, and all that happens in our lives around it? Something that encourages people to gather there, create those memories, live life together, and with God.
The large Lazy Susan is a gift item that does just that. It reads: May our table be a place of plenty….a place to share….a place for love. The Lord surrounds His people both now and forevermore.
It’s a big 23″ and is made of mango wood. The detailing on it is makes it blend with a lighter oak or darker table too.
If it’s hard to tell the size of it, this video may help.
Not only is it a statement piece, but useful in some fun ways too! See how great it works for a puzzle or board games! Just rotate it around to each person as they are playing!
How would you use this lazy susan the most, for serving or for games?