As I mentioned in a previous blog post on how to make your own lattes at home, I love me a good latte. I found a great way to step up my homemade latte game with the use of homemade flavored coffee syrups.
Sure, you could just buy the Torani coffee syrups that coffee houses use on Amazon, but I'm always trying to challenge myself. Plus, I love so many flavors, it would cost me a fortune to stock up on enough flavors to satisfy my whims. Keep reading to learn my recipe for homemade flavored coffee syrups!
Holly jolly! Christmas is in full swing around my house. While I'm finally decorated and moving on to the best part (yes, I'm talking about baking!), I am still knee deep in Christmas crafts. Christmas is the best time to be crafty- there's so many materials and inspiration everywhere you look! First up on my to-do list this month was Christmas printables! If you liked DIY Fall Printable tutorial, you will definitely love this one!
Make sure to stay tuned all December long for more Christmas crafts and DIY's!
It's that Holly Jolly time of year again! There's not much I love more than decorating for Christmas (other than making Christmas cookies!), so I have been adding to my Christmas decor collection for a while now. Now that it's officially acceptable to put up my Christmas tree, I am sharing all of my favorite Christmas Decorations that are $20 or less for this month's Amazon Finds!
Now that the weather stays rather chilly, I tend to want a nice, warm latte more days than not. But there's one problem- I'm too broke to visit a coffee shop everyday! Luckily, I found a way to make easy homemade lattes without having to invest in a lop of expensive equipment. Have I piqued your interest? Keep reading to know how you can, too!
In case you can't tell from the title, Zack and I GOT MARRIED! After a year of planning, it was over in just a few hours and I feel like I'm in a small post-wedding slump. Everything about that night was perfect, but it feels like it went by way to fast. So, in an effort to ease my post-wedding blues, I am sharing our wedding highlights!
It's that time of year again! We are all gearing up for Christmas and getting out our favorite cold weather hats, scarves, and sweaters. That also means that crochet beanies, hats, and scarves are a wardrobe staple again!
I love crocheting beanies (hints the name Beanies & Weenies)! They are my favorite thing to start with at craft fairs and always make a great Christmas gift. My ribbed beanie is by far my favorite crochet beanie yet and today, I'm sharing my pattern with you! The faux fur pom-pom on top is optional, but I highly recommend it because it is just too cute!
Halloween, my favorite time of the year, is upon us! There's nothing I love more than cool weather, warm drinks, scary movies, and breaking out my Halloween decorations. I actually think I end up spending more on new Halloween decorations each year than I do on Christmas presents.
After browsing Amazon for many hours this Halloween season, I have found several affordable options- all under $20! The best part is, with Amazon Prime, I can keep shopping for more decorations up until two days before Halloween! (Talk about feeding my obsession).
If you are trying to make your house the spookiest house on the block like I am, check out my list!
If you feel like jumping in a pile of leaves, buying every pumpkin you see, and have already been wearing thick, fuzzy sweaters, chances are, you already know what time of year it is! I'm sure you're just as excited as I am for cool weather and breaking out all of your fall decorations (if you haven't already done so!). In the past few weeks as I have been pining for lower temperatures (thanks, North Carolina humidity), I have been in the mindset that if I pretend it's fall-like outside, maybe it will start to actually feel that way. Even though I am still working on that aspect, I was inspired to make this easy fall printable wall art with Canva to get in the autumn spirit!
It's that time of year again! September is only 5 days away and that means I can (officially) break out all my fall decor! In case you haven't guessed yet, Fall is my favorite season. My house is barren except for this time of year because all I invest in is Fall decor. By this time next week, when you step in my house, all you will see is pumpkin this and pumpkin that. And I can't wait!
I have a love hate relationship with distressed jeans. Why would I buy a pair of ripped jeans when I am just going to fall down and put holes in them on my own? But I can't deny how cute they are (especially with Fall right around the corner) and how much I have been wanting a pair of distressed boyfriend jeans lately. So, in true creative fashion, I decided to make my own pair of DIY Distressed Boyfriend Jeans! That way I can stop my fixation while going easy on my pockets!
My brand new fashion tutorial will teach you how to make ripped jeans using stuff you already have around the house! (And, no. It doesn't involved you falling down in order to rip holes in your pants like I do).
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, DIY, and marketing enthusiast who loves sharing my projects and travel and lifestyle posts with the world. I also help people start their own blogging journey through my business, JHB Communications.
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