Fall has been lovely so far, and it’s about time we started decorating for it! For inspiration, we gathered our favorite Fall garlands from the past few years. Each one is a fun and inexpensive DIY that is sure to get you in the Autumn mood. Click on the links below to see how to make each one! 1. Felt Pumpkins | 2. Thankful 3. Give Thanks | 4. Painted Pine Cones 5. Fabric Leaves | 6. Fabric Scrap Garland 7. Felt Bats | 8. Give Thanks
Looking for a creative way to add some fun to your next cocktail party? These geometric drink stirrers are made from coffee straws and look super chic in a jar on your bar cart! Here’s what you need to make your own… Supplies: black coffee straws, wire, scissors, and glue. Directions: To create these geometric shapes, we cut our straws into two sizes: 1″ and 0.5″ pieces. Then we threaded wire through the pieces to make fun shapes similar to these geometric planters. For inspiration, we looked up geometric shapes and Himmeli shapes! Once you have created a fun shape, add a dot of glue to the base and attach it to a coffee straw that hasn’t been cut. Add these to a jar and
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! Rise and shine! Today we’re sharing an easy and healthy breakfast recipe you can eat on the go! These fruit and yogurt Popsicles are made with the simplest of ingredients to kick start your morning. Here’s how to make your own… Ingredients: greek yogurt, fresh fruit, honey, and granola (optional). We used our favorite Popsicle mold, which you can find on Amazon right here! Directions: 1. In a bowl stir together yogurt and honey (to taste). 2. Scoop yogurt mixture into Popsicle molds until they are about half full. 3. Add fresh fruit and push down to the bottom using a spoon or a Popsicle
[This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you!] Hi, everyone! Today I’m sharing my kids’ art room if you’d like to see! I really wanted to give the boys a place to learn, explore, create, and have fun! But as they get older, we seem to accumulate SO MUCH STUFF. I found it necessary to create a room with storage and work spaces to support their creativity and learning. World Map Fabric Wall Decal: Vicky Barone Designs on Etsy. Desks: Amazon. Chairs: The Land of Nod. Desk: Amazon. Chair: The Land of Nod. The desks are reminiscent of old school desks, giving them a place for their stuff (and so it’s not scattered all over
Happy Tuesday, party people! Today we’re sharing a simple and gorgeous DIY that will make you want to marble everything in sight! These marbled mugs are made with Dollar Store coffee mugs and some nail polish! Here’s how… Supplies: white coffee mugs, nail polish (avoid “Quick Dry”), Tupperware (use an old one you no longer want to use for food!), water, and toothpicks. Directions: 1. Make sure your mug is clean and dry. 2. Full a Tupperware container with warm water. 3. Pour a few dots of nail polish (or more to make the color or design darker) onto the surface of the water and quickly swirl with a toothpick. 4. Carefully dip the mug right into the water at the angle you’d like the
This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you! How is everyone’s first week back at school going? We’re guessing that right about now you might be in need of a sweet treat. You’ve put in a lot of hard work this week! How about some chocolatey cookie pops masquerading as apples? These delicious treats would make a great gift for your new teachers, or just a gift to yourself after a long hard day. Here’s how we made them… Ingredients: Oreo cookies, red candy melts, green candy melts, pretzel sticks (broken into 1/2″ pieces), and cake pop sticks. (The above ingredients contain affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the
Hooray for the first day of school! We are excited for a fresh new school year full of possibilities! To celebrate, we are sharing a super easy DIY project to brighten up your pencil case this year… We made these feather pens using the same method as the DIY Flower Pens and we LOVE how they turned out! These would make a great gift for teachers or just add a pop of color to your desk! Here’s how to make your own: Directions: 1. Gather your supplies: ball point pens (with caps! Not the retractable kind), pliers, hot glue, and feathers. 2. Use the pliers to squeeze the base of the pen until the bottom pops out. 3. Remove the bottom and separate it from
Labor Day Weekend is here! To celebrate, we made our trusty interchangeable wreath proudly display the red white and blue. Can you believe we made this wreath 3 years ago and it’s still going strong? We LOVE it and highly recommend making your own! We hope to have a fun-filled weekend celebrating the end of Summer. What are your plans this weekend? Click here to learn how to make your own interchangeable wreath! Happy Labor Day Weekend!