'Tis the season! It's getting colder and that means you can walk around with a mug in hand filled with a warm beverage every hour of the day. And nobody will judge you. Triple points if your mug looks like one of these!
Airplants might just be the ultimate when it comes to plant etiquette. Similar to cactus, they require very little water making them *almost* indestructable. I am always on the look out for unique ways to hang and display your plants and this copper and clay DIY doesn't disappoint!
I love black and white, and what better pattern to show off this high contrast combo then buffalo check. The last few years, I'm been adding more and more buffalo check to my fall/winter wardrobe and home decor. Last year, I decorated a whole Christmas tree for $10, and buffalo check was the main star.
So, when I found this solid little table at a thrift store for $8, I decided to give it a giant gingham makeover.
The countdown is on, with less than 2 weeks left before Halloween. Which means there are plenty of Halloween costumes out there by now to DIY, but perhaps not quite as many that are actually worth making (and pretty easy too). So, I've rounded my favorite DIY adult Halloween costumes for you to peruse, if you're headed to a costume party or just in the mood to get festive this Halloween. Here are 14 adult Halloween costume ideas that are totally awesome AND easy to recreate.
Jamie came into possession of this old, broken, wooden crate via her grandmother's basement. She wasn't sure what she was going to do with it until she spotted Joanna Gaines' Dutch Tulip
Halloween is a great time of year to get creative with wrapping up that candy because there's so many occasions to share it with others! You may find yourself dishing out sweets to trick or treaters, at Halloween parties, or for friends, family or neighbours who drop by for a visit. Tis the season for a WHOLE lotta of sugar.
So why not have a little fun with it and wrap your candy in style with this super easy treat bag printable? Click through for all the details!
For this year's Curbly Halloween Challenge, we came up with a simple, classic costume that you can pull together in only a few hours. We made a life-size couple's photo booth costume that is as easy to do as it is charming. Read on to find out how.
Have two pieces of wood lying around, by chance? You can make this minimal (but super cool) X magazine rack with those wood scraps. Curious to see how it turns out? Click through to find out.
I love decorating with paper for the holidays. Not only is it inexpensive, it can make a big impact without too much effort and it's easy to change up, recycle or pack-down once the big day is over.
I created some downloadable pyramid boxes that you can print out and use to dress up your walls this Halloween. These little boxes also have a few other handy uses which I'll show you at the end of the post - click through for all the details!
The size of the Grundtal kitchen cart from IKEA was perfect for the little nook in my bathroom, but I was not digging the plastic top at all. And the plastic casters weren't quite right for the bathroom either. So an IKEA hack was born. Continue reading to see how I transformed it into a beautiful bathroom shelving unit with a bamboo top.
Talk about a space saver! These industrial shelves turned out great and are made from nothing more than plumbing supplies! This is an excellent storage alternative for someone living in a tight space.
Halloween costumes can be a little daunting to plan out and DIY. And I'll admit, I've skipped dressing up most years of my adult life, mostly because I just haven't felt like making anything. But this year, I just so happen to have a giant stack of cardboard leftover from a move and couldn't help but design a (budget-friendly) DIY Halloween costume to share.
To say I love decorating shelves & mantels, would be the understatement of the year. And during the holidays, I kind of go a little crazy with the accessories. I love the look of string art, but wanted a more simple version for our house. With a little leather cord, I brought a little fun macabre to my mantle!
Sometimes it's just more pleasant to paint pumpkins, rather than scooping out all of those gooey seeds. Not to mention, un-carved pumpkins last way longer. So we decided to round up 25 awesome painted pumpkin DIYs for your to try. Here we go!
One technique I've yet to try is epoxy--the clear kind, not the wood filler and glue kind. I guess I've always thought it was tricky--you know...bubbles. But Beth's tutorial of