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Simple, Minimal Felt Placemats You Can DIY

by M.E. Russell

DIY These: Simple Felt Placemats

Around the middle of September every year, my interest in food (and eating said food) spikes by like 110%. I start saving new recipes on my phone, researching different restaurants, and expanding my shopping horizons at the grocery store. I imagine it relates to some ancient hardwiring in my body as winter approaches - at least that's what I'm tell myself as I'm stuffing my face. I'm already thinking about the hot meals I'm going to be preparing in the cold of winter, and wanted some simple felt placemats to pair those meals with.       

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How to: 3 DIY Fall-Inspired Bouquets Using The Same Materials

by Lidy Dipert

 

3 DIY Fall-Inspired Bouquets Using the same Materials

It's [almost] officially fall. Can you believe it? Saying goodbye to the hot sunny days and cocktails on the patio is enough to make anyone a bit bummed. So, why not treat yourself to a bunch of flowers to create some lovely bouquets to brighten the mood, all the while using the same materials!  The best part is, you don't have to be a professional florist or even have a lot of experience in flower arranging. It's about exploring and...

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99 Ways You Can Use Fabric To Decorate Every Room of Your Home

by M.E. Russell
99 ways to use fabric to decorate your home
Source: One Kings Lane

September is National Sewing Month, and in honor of the occasion, we're taking a deep look at one of the most versatile materials out there: fabric! From sewing pillows to creating statement wall pieces, there's no limit to the way you can use fabric in the world of interior design. Here are 99 of our favorite tips on how to use fabric to decorate every room of your home. You don't have to be a tailor to use textiles in your space. From no-sew curtains to fabric as wallpaper, there's a project out there for everybody!          

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How to: Make a Super Easy DIY Terrarium Ready for Fall!

by Lidy Dipert

DIY Seasonal Terrarium | Hello Lidy for Curbly

I'm trying to find ways to decorate my home seasonally without having to store more decor away for the year or reorganize an entire room for one holiday! As a busy mom, I'm finding less time to devote myself to redecorating the entire house. As much as I love it, it's nice to have a few pieces that can stay out year round and maybe save me a bit more time. A terrarium is the perfect solution to this problem! 

 

 

DIY Seasonal Terrarium | Hello Lidy for Curbly

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The 15 Coziest Blankets under $100 You Need this Autumn

by Holly Wade

15 blankets to cuddle up in this autumn, all for under $100 each

Perhaps my favorite thing about cooler autumn weather is snuggling under a blanket with a cup of tea or my morning coffee. As the weather cools down, you might be looking for a good deal on a cozy new blanket, whether it's for yourself or as a gift. Look no further! No matter your budget, I've rounded up 15 cozy blankets under $100 that you'll want to cuddle up with this autumn.       

 

 

Photo: Nordstrom

1. This faux fur throw...

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Make This: Minimal Stud Earring Organizer

by M.E. Russell

Minimal stud earring organizer you can make from a strip of leather

There's no shortage of organizers for earrings on the internet - that is, if you only wear dangling earrings. Me? I'm more of a stud woman. And since stud earrings are so tiny, it's even more frustrating when they get disorganized! Oh, the hours I have lost trying to find the other half of a pair of earrings. There aren't a slew of attractive organization options out there for purchase, which is exactly why I set to work making this stud earring organizer myself - and you can too!        

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Make This: Hanging Fabric Planter

by M.E. Russell

DIY hanging fabric planter to organize your indoor greenery

I was recently reading an article on how millennials are especially attracted to houseplants as it gives them something to care for since they can't really afford to care for anything else (the article is here if you're interested). As a millennial, you can count me in as slightly offended but also totally in agreement. My home is slowly being filled with all things leafy and green - I just can't help myself. With all these plants comes the need for somewhere to put them, so let's take to the walls with this DIY hanging fabric planter.         

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