This year, I’m getting ahead on sharing holiday DIYs because I have lots of things I want to make and there’s only so many days before Christmas. You in? I hope so!
I made these paper present pouches as a holiday gift wrap idea that is perfect for packaging small presents (and stocking stuffers) in a unique way. All while reusing something you probably already have stuffed in the back of your closet – old gift bags! You can also use wrapping paper or even scrap wallpaper, newspaper pages, etc.
They’d also be a fun gift wrapping idea for hostess gifts for Thanksgiving, or birthdays, anniversaries, etc – so you don’t have to wait until December to use them. Click through to make your own.
We’re planning a trip to Austin for Thanksgiving this year. And I’m thinking ahead to prepping, cooking, and entertaining for turkey day since its only a few weeks away.
So, I put together a list of my picks for making turkey dinner AND entertaining in style. Everything you need to chop up sweet potatoes, cook a turkey, and serve it all up to guests in style! Click through for my Thanksgiving and Friendsgiving picks.
Remember those poufs I used to make the giant knit pumpkins? Well, they’ve been just sitting around the studio ever since and I wanted to put them to good use, so I made a DIY pom pom ottoman in fall colors to add something a little more playful to the seating area.
This project would be so cute for a kids room, but honestly, I also like it for adults. Adds a little personality, right? Click through to learn how to make your own.
This week was a big one for me behind the scenes, with a (holiday) video shoot and a bunch of other projects. But I’m so full steam ahead of holiday stuff that I’ve already started taking out some of our Christmas decorations. Anyone else? Or just me?
Either way, I’m getting ready for the weekend with a handful of DIYs to try! Click through for links to all 6 projects.
The weather has been cooling off here in Atlanta, so I took the crafting outdoors for the day, and made some cozy winter pom pom hats by a decked out campfire with Duraflame.
There were plenty of blankets, seating, and spiked hot chocolates to go around. So, I enlisted Jess and Cori to help out and we made a bunch of pom poms to embellish some fall / winter beanies. Click through to throw your own stylish (but cozy) campfire craft night.
I’ve been searching for the perfect side tables and as it turns out, there are SO many budget-friendly options out there rn. Like under $150 for really cool side tables. Who knew?!
I rounded up a bunch of my favorites and there are 23 in all. So many good ones – and most of them are under $100 – there’s even a few under $60! Doesn’t get much more budget-friendly than that. Click through for the full list!
So, I wasn’t actually going to share today’s tutorial with you guys because I started it making it last minute to add some much needed artwork to our apartment before some friends come into town this weekend. But after I started I realized, I should probably share it.
So here we are: another DIY art piece (yes, I’ve made a few), but this one only costs $9 to make and took about an hour. Not bad for a project I wasn’t going to share. Click through for the tutorial.