Why hello there pretties! I am in LOVE with these projects. I made these for my daughter’s room, and if the title didn’t give it away, I made them with dollar store burner covers! I had never heard of burner cover craft projects before, I thought I was just being clever and found a way out of cross stitching or embroidering things on hoops! Ha! I have since looked at Pinterest and found a few different variations of these, but mine are different enough that I am still taking credit for this genius inexpensive cuteness! 🙂
I am sharing the tutorials on how I made these over on Make it and Love it today. So happy to be a contributor for Ashley and her awesome site! As you can see, I made four completely different burner cover craft versions and hung them up on my tween-age daughter’s wall. There is also a sneak peek of that wall over there, so you’ll want to check that out. We are SO close to being able to reveal that room and all it’s cuteness!
The chalkboard camper is my daughter’s favorite, I really love the simplicity of the handwritten “hello lovely” one. The magnet board one is sure to be well used in a girl’s room. The cute little clothesline made of heart buttons is just precious enough to make my little girl still feel little. Sob. 🙁
Be sure to check the tutorial out over at Make It and Love It and leave me a comment over there telling me which one is your favorite!
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