This free black and white gift wrap, while created for Halloween, could definitely be used year-round! On top of that, you can even print it out to use as a poster or wall art! That's a whole lot of awesome, people.
Fall is my favorite season. Honestly, it is probably the only time of year I think about putting up decorations, aside from Christmas of course. The only trouble I have is that there are so many great projects out there, I never know which ones to try. So this year, I am on a mission to change that and have put together a list of my favorite fall DIY decorating ideas. Which ones will make their way into your home this year?
Cross stitch DIY ideas have been popping up on Pinterest and around the web a lot these last few months, so why not incorporate this DIY trend into the holidays this year? Halloween is right around the corner and this project is the perfect one to get you started on a cross stitch adventure.
Looking for some no-carve pumpkin ideas? You've hit the motherlode, my friend! We've rounded up 25 awesome, modern, and totally clever pumpkin decorating projects that won't leave you with a sticky pile of pumpkin guts to clean up in the end. Sounds good, right? Read on!
Can you tell I'm enjoying Spider Web things this Halloween season? It is most likely because at no other time of the year will I let webs OR spiders stay for more than a millisecond in my house. The fake yarn versions can make themselves at home in the month of October!
Well, in relation to the Halloween decor that graces my humble abode, these spider sacks would fall in the "spooky" category- especially if I walked past them in the middle of the night on the way to check on a teething baby. Regardless of whether or not they fit your definition of spookiness, they are a fabulously easy project with only three materials:
- Glue, and
Nothing says fall like cinnamon-scented candles, gourds, and a smattering of red maple leaves. Before you get completely carried away, though, here are 5 stylish DIY ideas for using candles (and the odd gourd or two) in your autumn decor!
Okay, so I don't know exactly what you'd do with a bunch of knitted candy corn, but I'm willing to figure it out. Gifts? Table top decor? Dog toys?!
'Tis the season to get your gourd on. As evidenced by these savvy DIYers, who used a bit of paint, newspaper, and etcetera for their pumpkin makeovers, it doesn't take much to turn a cheap, funky, faux gourd into something special.
Heidi used Mod Podge and pages from old encyclopedias to turn foam pumpkins into....
these. Click here for more details.
Here's a similar idea from A Smith, also using foam pumpkins.
I never get tired of upholstery projects, and I hope you feel the same way because I have a doozy of a slipcover/upholstery makeover for you today. When you click through, you'll see that the finished project is much more minimal and modern than what you see in the photo above. It honestly looks like a brand new couch.
Um. I love this. Can I tell you the ways? It's easy. It's a great DIY gift idea. It's customizable. Oh, and did I mention easy?? Yeah, that's the big one.
I'll come clean. I have a bit of a Washi tape fetish. I'm constantly buying up rolls in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but where do you store them?
I've seen very inventive ways, but one of the simplest solutions is to store them in a glass jar, transforming them into a decor piece!
Inspired by one of my favorite lights (the Frame Pendant by Iacoli & McAllister if you're curious), this DIY version is equally colorful and a fraction of the cost. Also? The perfect project for a rainy and cold autumn afternoon!
...or a gadget case, or a business card holder, or a sunglasses pouch. You get the idea; this easy DIY project is incredibly versatile!
Got a cardboard box? Awesome! Turn that sucker into a pendant light!