There is nothing I love more than adding natural elements to my designs. There is such a sense of warmth and ease about using these elements. One other bonus for me is... it's cheap - practically free! Read more >
The dollar store can be a really great resource for making holiday decor items. You can get a really great looking finished product for only a few dollars!
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For me, fall centerpieces are all about foliages, berries, pomegranates, persimmons, pumpkins, and mums. You know, classy grown up stuff. Even though Halloween lands smack in the middle of autumn, it's a totally different ballgame. I say it’s a time to bring on the glitter, glitz, paint, and get your spook on. This halloween centerpiece project is fun, sparkly, a bit out of the ordinary, yet very easy on the wallet.
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Fall décor season is among us! My favorite decoration piece right now is pinecones. Why? They’re inexpensive (assuming that you will hunt them out yourselves) and versatile! Read more >
Plants make a house a home, even at Halloween. The pots that your plants currently reside in are probably not all that spooky, though, right? Read more >
I was challenged to recreate one of my blog friend's DIY wall art. So, I took inspiration from her birch-tree-painted wall and created colorful, dimensional birch tree canvas art. This was probably the easiest DIY art I have ever created! Read more >
I am addicted to statement pieces. Seriously, when something speaks to me I drop the cash and leave my logic at home. I’m beginning to understand that spending big money on pieces I am only going to wear on occasion is irrational. Read more >
Old t-shirts: Everyone has some. Around my house a lot of said old T-shirts are tie-dyed. Not a Grateful Dead fan in sight, yet we have a lot of tie-dye. Read more >
Have you ever tried counting all the T-shirts you have in your house? With a husband and four kids, I have tons at my house and it would probably take me forever to pull them all out and count them. But that's boring, so instead I decided to pull out a few with cute colors and prints, and I made some of these chic twist headbands. Five minutes is all it takes to sew together one of these cute headbands. And the bonus? Making these helped to clean out my house! Score one for me!
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I love the look of coil-wrapped baskets. I have painted them, dyed them, and wrapped them in yarn. Now I can add sticker resist to the list. Read more >
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