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!
Felt used to remind me of grade school craft projects. Until I realized that it's an incredibly versatile material that can be used to make everything from coasters to decorative pillows to garlands! Here are ten of my favorite projects using felt and wool.
Rope isn't just for outdoor use anymore! If you like to keep your decor minimal and natural-looking, then this do-it-yourself project is for you!
Before I saw this project, I honestly hadn't noticed the resemblance between a coffee bottle and a milk bottle. Now I'll never see the former without thinking of the latter. Perfect for a party where
We all have old, unused clothing hiding in the back of the closet, so why not upcycle it into something beautiful for your home? Here are ten great ways to give new life to that old sweater.
I'm always amazed when I see homes decorated with unconventional items. This paper flower chandelier definitely makes a statement wherever it hangs! The best part? It can be made BY YOU in an afternoon!
I don't know what it is about polka dots that's so attractive, but I just think they're lovely. They're an ever-growing trend on the blogosphere, and it's easy to see why - they're easy to create, and they pack a big punch. Here are ten of my favorite DIY ideas.
After experimenting with dye for this rope leash project, I've been on a big fabric dyeing kick. While psychedelic tie dye isn't quite my bag, I think this more subdued indigo version is something I could really get behind!
How hilarious/awesome are these DIY wall clocks?! This would be a fun project for kids or kids at heart. I mean, imagine all the possibilities!
The problem with rounding up a bunch of images of great-looking dorm rooms is many on the interweb aren't real. I mean, they're real in that there are walls, windows, beds, bedding, etc. in the vignettes, but they don't look like most you'd see in the real world. For instance, take a look at this image courtesy of IKEA. Pretty, yes, but an actual dorm room