How to make an easy DIY hanging centerpiece. A few boards, some rope and a bit of creativity make up an elegant, but rustic focal point for Thanksgiving dinner.
Using clearance Halloween make-up for your autumn decor…
When hitting the Halloween clearance section, don’t just look for items to use next year, be on the look out for things that you can use right now when decorating for Thanksgiving. In this case, glittery Halloween hairspray.
Easy Damask Pumpkin using trashed craft supplies.
I had left over strips of paper from another project, so I took a little Mod Podge and covered a pumpkin with it. I love how it turned out!
Easy chain covered pumpkins for Halloween.
Nothing says Halloween like pumpkins covered in chains. (Right…? Possibly…? It’s just me, then?) I love how these chain pumpkins turned out!
Black & White Pumpkin Topiaries: another DIY Halloween craft.
These black and white pumpkin topiaries are an easy to make project. All you need are a few items from the Dollar Store and some paint! The ravens holding up the Halloween banner make the project extra fun. Check out the easy tutorial.
Make a Houndstooth Pumpkin from Duck Tape
I love pumpkins. I love Duck Tape. I really, really love houndstooth… so it’s only natural that I would make a Houndstooth Duck Tape Pumpkin. This is so, so, SO easy to do. Grab yourself some fabulous Duck Tape and a Dollar Store pumpkin. Split the tape down the middle so that you have thinner […]
My First Pumpkin of the Season… and it’s a total Craft Fail.
It’s September! I am so ready to start thinking Fall! Unfortunately, I am kicking off the season with a Craft Fail. Last week I shared my big, fat feather failure… Well I had set some of the orange ones aside. This is what happens when you cross a pumpkin with a Muppet. Please believe me […]
Fifty shades of pumpkin. No-carve pumpkin ideas.
OK, maybe not 50, but it sure seems like I did a whole heck of a lot of pumpkins last fall. As autumn approaches and we gear up to go into another fall season, I thought I’d do a quick recap of last year’s pumpkins.
The Last Pumpkin of the Year. (Make a frosty pumpkin for your winter decor.)
I refuse to decorate for Christmas prior to December 1st and I usually have a small fortune invested in real pumpkins each fall season (so I don’t want to just toss them…yet.) Here’s an easy way to take your fall pumpkins into winter. Create frosty winter pumpkins while you wait for December.
Spray painted metallic pumpkins. (Take Halloween pumpkins into Thanksgiving.)
I know Halloween is over, but don’t toss out the pumpkins!!! OK, jack-o-lanterns should all be gone by now, but any whole pumpkins you have laying around can carry you through Thanksgiving and into the first couple of days in December. You can make these shimmery metallic pumpkins by breaking the spray painting rules.