There's truly no easier way to dress up a table setting than with printable placemats. They add an instant burst of colour to your entertaining space and they're so easy to DIY.
Plaid is usually defined as "rustic Christmas" but this year, with the trend taking center stage, you can throw some plaid into any design style. If you are into "easy DIY" then this wreath is for you. Grab your favorite plaid fabric and lets get started.
Our favorite living room chair has seen better days. It has long been our dog Charlie's go-to spot, and it's also the most popular spot for guests. So I decided it needed a facelift. Enter my new favorite product - Pretty Pegs. It's really quite surprising how much better the whole chair looks after just one simple change.
It's advent calendar time! As I write this post, the Midwest is being walloped by a snow storm. Nothing inspires holiday decorating like many inches of snow, and to stave off decking all the halls, I created a little advent village for our children. Read on for the full tutorial.
Using blocks of wood and test tubes, I assembled a village full of tiny treasures to help our family celebrate...
You might see a bunch of wreath tutorials out there that start with wire coat hangers for the frame. If your house is like this one, your coat hangers are either plastic or wood. So how about making a wreath or two using a dollar store laundry basket? Although the wreaths made in the tutorial are summery, the same techniques could be applied to something more apropos to the season. Take a look at...
Paper is everyone's favorite crafting medium. You don't have to be a talented woodworker or seamstress. You just have to fold, finish, and admire. Who can't get on board with that?! We've rounded up 13 fun & colorful projects to decorate your home with this holiday season!
If you've been reading my Christmas posts over the last couple of weeks, you've probably heard me say that I'm not a big fan of traditional festive colours. But that doesn't mean I don't like decorating for the holidays. Far from it in fact - it just means I try to think outside the box when it comes to the colours I use. And after scouting around online it seems I'm not the only one! Read on to see my favourite alternative colour schemes for Christmas.
This kitchen was just okay... it was functional, but it just didn't fit with the owners' aesthetic. So they decided to renovate it themselves using IKEA cabinets. And the transformation that resulted was nothing short of incredible.
I have been a bit obsessed with clock-making lately. It's an art, absolutely, and is one that is really easy to DIY. This stenciled clock is oh-so-lovely with that floral papercut and would be perfect in a little girl's room or a living room with a feminine aesthetic!
One of the things I look forward to each season is creating a new wreath for our home. Not only is it a fun and festive project to do, but it makes for some really easy holiday decor! The style options are endless and limitless. Here in Canada, everything is covered in a blanket of white, shimmery snow. It's truly a magical time of year and I really wanted to emulate that in my decor, so I decided to make a wintery wonderland wreath.