I couldn’t wait another day – have to share this giant wreath project NOW! I made a (seriously) giant DIY wreath for the studio yesterday and I didn’t plan to turn it into a tutorial initially. But when it was done, I loved it so much, I couldn’t resist. I mean, it’s over 3 feet tall and costs less than $10 to make (not including flowers), so I felt like it NEEDED to be shared.
I think what I love most about this one is that you can make it whatever you want – keep it asymmetrical or cover the entire frame with greenery, add fresh flowers or leave it minimal, you can even change the size and shape to fit your space. Wanna make your own? Click through for the step by step instructions.
After the women’s holiday gift guide, it only felt fair to balance things out with a giant men’s gift guide! I’ve been bookmarking some of my faves for the last few weeks, and while this list isn’t quite as big as the ladies GG, it’s still packed with goodies, in every price range. I think the lowest priced item is $4.95! And there are more than 50 gifts on the list. Click through to see them all!
It’s the giant women’s gift guide! There’s only two weeks until Christmas!And if you’ve been procrastinating on your shopping, ever so slightly like I have, this one is for you! I have two really big gift guides to share! The first one is for women and covers EVERY budget imaginable (all sectioned off, for easy shopping). And the second one, which I’ll share tomorrow, is the the men’s version. I’m so pumped!
This women’s gift guide today has over 75 items and covers everything from stocking stuffers $25 and under to mid-level budgets and even luxury items if you want to get fancy. And of course, no judgement if you end up shopping a little bit for yourself from this list too. I know I did. So, let’s just jump right in. Here’s the giant women’s gift guide for holiday shopping and beyond…
DIY ornament ideas, anyone?! There are only three weekends left until Christmas. Do you have your tree yet?! I put together a list of some of my favorite DIY ornament ideas to send us all into the weekend with a few DIYs to try.
With all the family and friends that come into town during the holidays, I thought a DIY luggage rack would be appropriate for the season. I’ve always liked using them when I’m in a hotel, and I think it’s a nice touch for guests to feel like they have a spot for their luggage while visiting, etc.
To make things interesting, the canvas for this DIY luggage rack is hand-sewn, hand-stamped and only costs a few dollars to put together. Click through to see the before and after. I also included a block printing on fabric tutorial, since that was a big part of the project.
I’ve always loved giving and receiving calendars and planners as gifts for the holidays. So I wanted to put together a 2018 calendars and planners roundup early this year, in case you want to get a jump start with me. There are some really good ones on this list…lots from Etsy too. Click through for all 36 of my picks for 2018 calendars and planners.
I’m all for adding texture for the fall / winter months, and since I seem to be a on a bit of a faux fur kick lately (remember the faux fur DIY stockings), I have a faux fur pillow tutorial to share today.
I used an inexpensive faux fur pink blanket from Target, leftover from my tiny holiday party post. AND it took less than 20 minutes to make because it’s was only two lines of stitching! I’ll explain after the jump. Click through for the step by step instructions.