Every year I set lofty goals for what I want my Halloween costume to be. I daydream that my costume will be obscure, creative, witty, complicated, unique... What inevitably ends up happening is that Halloween weekend rolls around and I'm still scrambling for inspiration. This year, I grabbed an inexpensive palette of face paint from the costume store so I'd be ready for any last-minute parties that creep up on me. If you're in the same perfectionist-steered boat and can't settle on ideas until it's almost too late, here are five last-minute Halloween costumes that only require face painting. Easy enough.
As each holiday quickly approaches, we are really trying to create opportunities for quality time together. Life can get busy, so we make a huge point to sit down and play games, watch classic movies or even go on little road trips to the mountains. As a mom, I know it's hard to find the extra time to sit and enjoy those intentional moments as a family on top of everything that might be going on. And that's why these peculiar, yet fun...
It can be difficult to find the perfect light fixture for your bathroom, especially when you're working with a tight budget. Part of the problem is the sheer number of options... it's difficult to cull through everything. So we've done the work for you! Today we're sharing 15 of our favorite affordable bathroom light fixtures in a wide variety of styles.
The 2017 Curbly House is done! It went on the market last weekend, and (to my surprise and delight), we've already had several showings. After two-and-a-half months of intense renovation work, it feels a little weird this week, knowing there's nothing left to do except blog about it. I keep checking my 'To-Do' list, and it's all crossed off, which is my JAM!
Scroll down for the full, room-by-room reveal of the 2017 Curbly House, along with complete product lists (from our featured vendor partner, Hayneedle) and details about how we transformed each space.
Halloween is just around the corner, which means it's time to start thinking about your costume if you haven't already. I've made my own costumes as far back as I can remember (starting with my "lady ghost" costume when I was 4), and this year is no different. Today I'm sharing a fun tutorial for a poker face costume, with a DIY fascinator hat. Click through to check out all the details.
I'm known around these parts as "the crazy Schnauzer lady", but in truth, I'm crazy about ALL dogs... and think they deserve some tasty, homemade treats every now and then! This simple, two-ingredient recipe can be customized like nobody's business, so get creative and have a little fun (while pampering your pooch)!
I originally made these treats for Wrigley's first birthday (yes, I celebrated it. Re: crazy dog lady; see...
While the traditional colors of fall are shades of red, orange and brown, I prefer the less conventional color combos, so let's break the rules a little! Decorate for the fall season with this colorful pumpkin wreath with brighter colors like coral, yellow, tangerine and pale pink. Together, they give your home the look of fall while straying away from traditional style.
There are a handful of Halloween costumes are never going to go out of style. Year after year they make their appearances: witches, ghosts, Disney princesses, cats... Chances are if you've celebrated Halloween, you have some old props and costume pieces lying around. We're recycling the old and making something new with these five last minute costumes for cat lovers. Dig your old cat ears out from the bottom of your dresser drawer, and let's...