We are finally feeling a hint of Fall in our area of North Carolina! I updated our front porch of the house with Mums, pumpkins, wheat, and doormats to celebrate. We don’t have a roof over our front door so I can’t really put out lanterns, or anything fabric because it will get wet. But I worked around that and am pleased with how everything turned out!Read More
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I love to create my own holiday decor! There is something to personal and warm about homemade crafts. And I also think it is really important for the DIYs to be simple to make. Bonus points if they are versatile! I am so excited to share this craft project with you today because it is both simple and versatile! Wood slices are easy to work with, come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and add instant warmth to a space.Read More
In North Carolina the mornings are cool and wonderfully Autumn-esque. All my nearby neighbors have added Fall wreaths to their front doors, and mine still had the magnolia wreath I made in March. It was time for a new wreath, and as always--it needed to be EASY! Because I am a lazy crafter.
I designed this wreath on a whim in Hobby Lobby last weekend. I love the combination of green fern (modern), wood berries, and cotton (touch of Southern). The wreath colors hint of Fall without using traditional pinecones or pumpkins. This wreath is small-budget friendly (I made it for under $20) and easy to customize. And if I forget to swap it out in November, I can stick some cinnamon sticks in it and make it a bit more Christmas-like!Read More
Personally when I think of Thanksgiving my first thought is FOOD. And I love to eat!
But preparing for Thanksgiving is also the perfect time to decorate for Autumn: whether it be a new custom wreath, tabletop decor for dinner, or scented cinnamon candles. Below I'm sharing 20 simple DIY ideas perfect for Thanksgiving. I sincerely hope you are inspired to create something fun and unique with these family friendly projects. Happy Making!!Read More
I love a good seasonal wreath on my front door, but like many of you I don't have $40+ dollars to spend each season! So when I spotted a lonely looking $6 pinecone wreath at the thrift store a few weeks ago, I knew it just needed a little sprucing up to make it look fresh and add a natural touch.Read More