Happy Thanksgiving week! Who’s hosting Thanksgiving this year? Chad and I typically travel for the holiday, so I’ve never hosted, but I can imagine that everyone puts a lot of energy into the menu and the table is forgotten until the last minute. Today I pulled together some free Thanksgiving printables for you to easily complete your Thanksgiving table look. “Hello Fall” Printable, At the Picket Fence | Thanksgiving Placemat, Ella Claire Inspired | Utensil Holder, Craftaholics Anonymous | Thankfulness Cards, Lovely… Read more »
Do you have your costume ready for Halloween this Friday? If you’re anything like me, you would prefer to stay home on October 31 and pass out treats to the neighborhood kids. I’m not a big fan of dressing up until I thought about how easy it would be to make your own cat ears for Halloween. All you need is tail and your costume is complete! Click through to learn how to make your own pair of ears.
We’ve made it to another weekend! Hooray! I’m going to be spending a lot of time crafting and cooking away for the blog and upcoming holidays, but I wouldn’t mind trying one of these fun Halloween projects when I have time. 1. Pumpkin Gingerbread Trifle, My Style Vita | 2. Favorite Things Fall Printable, Nest of Posies | 3. DIY Halloween Basket, Merry Thought | 4. DIY Sweater Pillow, A Beautiful Mess | 5. Halloween Party Menu: Roasted Root Veggie… Read more »
Instead of rushing out to purchase new candle holders for your next Halloween or Thanksgiving get together, make your own votives out of mini pumpkins. They add fall charm to any setting and require very few materials, many of which you might already have at home. I paired taper and tea light votives with mini gourds for my Halloween dinner party to create a festive feel. Supplies Mini pumpkin(s) Pencil Tea light or taper candle Knife (I used a pumpkin carving knife with… Read more »
A few weeks ago One Kings Lane had a lucite sale that I poured over – mainly because many pieces mixed lucite and agate stone – I was in heaven! I almost shelled out $50 on a beautiful lucite pencil up with a piece of agate on the front until I had the realization that I could DIY it for a fraction of the cost. Supplies Lucite pencil cup Agate slice(s) Gorilla glue or other strong adhesive The hardest part… Read more »