It's that time of year again. The weather is cooling off and craft markets are popping up every weekend! I love the fall and I especially love fall themed craft fairs where I can pull out all the stops with crochet pumpkins, beanies, and more. But that also means working long hours with meticulous tasks like weaving in ends and making tags for all my products!
SO, several things occured to me this past week. One, it has been a hot minute since I posted a DIY tutorial on this blog. Second, August 13th marked Bella and Edward's 10th wedding anniversary (their 15th if you're a true Twihard and go by the books like me). Third, the #TwilightRenaissance on TikTok is the only thing getting me through this unending pandemic.
So, in the end, I decided to make this DIY Twilight Quote Decor with Canva! Keep reading to learn how to make your own!
I didn't think think October would ever get here! Between my wedding anniversary, the cool weather, and, of course, Halloween, this is my favorite time of year and it seemed like it took forever to get here. But now that it is here, I have been going all out! I've been selling at the Tarboro Market, planning a Halloween party, and, most importantly, crafting!
My favorite piece that I have made so far is this "Home Sweet Haunted Home" sign and today, I am sharing the tutorial so you can make one, too!
Summer isn't complete without a thrift flip so guess what I have in store for you today! :) My latest thrift flip is one of my favorites! This time, I turned a maxi skirt into a romper! Not only did this thrift flip turn out to be super cute, but it was super easy, too! Keep reading to see the simple way I turned a maxi skirt into a strapless romper!
Spring is right around the corner! I was inspired by all cute decor on every shelf of every store and I was itching to get my craft gear out and make something cute and springy. That's how this DIY letter wreath was born! It was inspired by farmhouse lettering (AKA I wanted to white wash EVERYTHING) and beautiful spring floral and greenery. If you want to know how to make this spring wreath for your front door, then keep reading!
One of my New Year's Resolutions for 2019 was to re-do our bathroom and keep it clean above all else. So far, so good! Which leads me to moving on to making it a tad more cozy and decorated. So, naturally, I turned to Canva for an easy way to make myself some cute bathroom wall art!
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!
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!
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 don't know about your fur-babies, but this summer, Jasper has some pretty irritating issues. I'm talking about dry skin and bad breath. Between the constant scratching and gnawing and the awful butt breath, he's about to drive me crazy. Not to mention, the constant scratching makes me feel like a bad fur-mama because nothing I have done has helped him feel less itchy. That's how I ended up creating these homemade coconut oil dog treats recipes.
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