It’s still pretty warm in Atlanta, but we’re almost into October, so I’m full speed ahead on fall projects this weekend. I rounded up my favorite seasonal DIYs to try in case you’re in the mood for something cozy. Click through for the links!
Continuing my obsession with DIY wood projects, I’m sharing this wood half circle DIY shelving idea that is a great beginners project for anyone wanting to dip their toes into the wood DIYs. Remember them from the sneak peek of the nursery?
You can keep the finished shelves raw or paint them like I did with mine, for a completely different look. Click through for the tutorial!
Target just added a whole bunch of cool home stuff for fall and it had me scrolling endlessly through their website for my favorites. So, I’m sharing my fall home picks from Target today…all 54 of them… just in case you’re looking for some home decor inspiration. Not sponsored – just thought you’d love this stuff as much as I do.
Click through to see my Target picks for fall – from furniture and vases to rugs and blankets (some are under $10).
Ready for fall weather (and sweaters) with this super easy pumpkin cinnamon rolls recipe! Inspired by last year’s nutella cinnamon rolls, this recipe is oh-so-simple and all kinds of yum. I mean, do you see the overwhelming amount of cream cheese icing on these things? You know they’re going to be good with that amount of icing, right?
Want to make your own? Click through for the super easy recipe for pumpkin cinnamon rolls (with cream cheese icing).
Happy Friday! As usual, I put together a handful of my fave DIYs to try for the weekend and this little roundup has some really good ones! I mean….that macrame bucket bag, those colorful blankets, and a slat wood pergola from scratch?! What’s not to love.
Click through for 6 DIYs to try this weekend…
I’ve recently become addicted to smoothie bowls because they’re so easy…and well….Instagram worthy. Haha. And this recipe is both of those things – literally the easiest breakfast idea (only two ingredients for the base) and so pretty!
I asked my friend Alejandra from Hell Yeah Gluten Free to share her smoothie bowl secrets with you. She makes the prettiest / most delicious smoothie bowls I’ve had. And today I’m sharing her recipe base, along with TONS of additional flavor combos.
A few years ago, I shared a technique for transforming old linens with bleach and I thought it was time to try this project again. This time though, I tested out making patterns, using a simple shibori technique that is typically reserved for dyeing. And surprisingly, the bleach worked like a charm! So I’m sharing the tutorial today.
To mimic this look at home, you’ll just need a solid color fabric (cotton), some bleach, and a couple of other things you probably already have at home. So easy! Click through for the tutorial.