I've seen some really cool marble table lamps and decorative accessories popping up lately and I really love the look. If you'd like to add something similar to your decor, check out this ridiculously simple DIY lighting idea!
From spooky to downright adorable, we've got you covered. Here's our round-up of 10 awesome Halloween printables, everything from invites to wall art and treat boxes.
About the time I have pumpkin guts halfway up my arms, I swear I'm never going to carve another. This year for Halloween I'm going to live up to my own decree and make some of these paper pumpkins. Quick and easy to construct, they only require scrapbook paper, black pipe cleaners (for vines), a bit of green felt (for leaves) and—my favorite bit—wine corks for stems. Visit BHG for the entire tutorial.
Home Spooky Home...
The minute you carve into a pumpkin it will begin decomposing... and will be in the trash before you know it. So we wanted to share some great no-carve ideas that will last a bit longer. Recently we showed you how to create your own typographic pumpkins, and this week we have ten other great no-carve pumpkin projects to share with you.
Halloween is fast approaching, which means there isn't much time left to decorate your entryway. So to make it easy on you, we've rounded up ten spooky garlands and wreaths that will knock your socks right off.
Let's say you find an old piece of furniture at your local thrift store: it has great bones but the finish has seen better days (sound familiar?). You know you can do something awesome with it, but what? All-over paint? A new stain? Boring!
Instead, bring it back to life with this colorful, pattern-tastic DIY idea from ModCloth! Whether you choose to go bold or keep it subtle, this technique allows for nearly infinite customization and creativity. Ready to get started? Let's go!
If you're the type to wait until the last minute to come up with a Halloween costume (guilty as charged), here are a few homemade options that won't take a ton of time or money.
This makeover is kind of a cheat. The previous owners used it at as an office, so that's our 'before' picture. However, that doesn't undermine its lovely makeover. Brecklyn's mommy painted the walls grey three times because she couldn't get the color quite right. When she finally did
It's October, y'all! The best month there ever was, in my humble opinion, and the official/unofficial start of The Holiday Season. If you're antsy to start celebrating, here are 12 stylish and festive DIY decor ideas to get your home ready for the holiday that kicks everything off: Halloween!
Liz Marie made over an old decorative bowl (pictured below) that didn't fit her decor. Using twine, hot glue, book
Okay, so tissue pom poms aren't exactly a new idea, but the way Tara presents them, they're deserving of a highlight. She hung the pom poms from
Mel's making those of us who roundup look bad. Case in point: a couple days ago she posted one that included 106 (if my math is right) clock makeovers. There is, literally, something
You could spookify your toilet by not cleaning it for a month before Halloween, but I wouldn't recommend it. Instead, try Canadian Nickel Scrap'n's absolutely, hilariously delightful Spooked Out Toilet idea.
I've long been in love with the Mr. Printables, a treasure trove of exciting, modern and inspired FREE printables for kids. These 3D alphabet letters are no exception!
Autumn is here! That means it's time to switch out your pink flamingos for pumpkins, and get your home decorated for the season! An easy update? Decorating with clipboards!
Last week we showed you how to use cardboard to decorate your home, so today it seemed appropriate to share some inventive ways to use paper in your decor. You'll be surprised at how easy, affordable and beautiful these projects are!
It's never too early to talk Halloween. At least not according to me and Kristen who shares her 15 favorite and FREE Halloween Fonts. Just looking at the list gets me jazzed for my favorite holiday! Fly on over to Ella Claire Inspired for the entire roundup and links to each.
My Favorite Free Halloween Fonts [EllaClaire Inspired]
I LOVE how these simple wood grain self accents add visual interest to these floating shelves. Best of all anyone can recreate them a roll of $2 contact paper! For more ideas and images visit the link below.
I have a million and one magazines stored in a filing cabinet in our basement. I know that you can read almost everything online these days, but I just can't let go of those printed pretties I've collected over the years. If you're a mag-hoarder like me, here are a few projects to make using your beloved old magazines!