I love to decorate for fall! Especially when I don’t have to spend a lot of time or money on new accessories for the house! With just a few inexpensive items from the craft store, you can make your own beautiful fall leaf pillows!
If you want to learn how to make these easy and creative pillows, go and visit Amy over at Positively Splendid for the full tutorial! Just click here!
I dont usually wear a whole lot of jewelry and I don’t change out my jewelry very often either but these cute bangles that I found are making me think twice about my jewelry choices.
I must be the last person in the world to hear about arm knitting but its so cool and I had to share it with all of you! I love to crochet so I have always thought “Omg! Knitting looks way to difficult for me! I will just stick to crocheting” but after looking at this arm knitting tutorial, it looks like something I could definitely try!
This gorgeous scarf was created by Maggie from Simply Maggie
and she created a tutorial! Its such a gorgeous scarf and I can totally see myself using this technique for scarves, blankets, rugs and more (especially for the baby’s room!). Check out Maggies tutorial here
and don’t forget to stop by her shop
and see her beautiful creations!
I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are not too tired from any Black Friday madness that you decided to endure. You are much more brave than I am!
My goal for this holiday season is to get my home a little more organized and less cluttered looking. I will be posting about this in the month of January since I’m hoping to be done with all of my organizing by January 1st! For now, I’m looking for ideas on how to organize beautifully and I came across some pretty neat stuff that I just had to share!
I love it when people use ordinary items to create beautiful things. Country Living
has a great collection of beautiful things that you can make just from the hardware store! Awesome right?
These curtain tie backs
are pretty and simple and they add some elegance to your curtains! They are just made from a brass snap, a ring, and a cord!
I am so excited because this is my 100th post!!! Reaching milestones is so fun and it gives me the motivation to keep going. Not to mention that I love blogging and even though I get busy and miss posting sometimes (Craft War Weekend results that will be posted next Monday because we need more time to finish our projects) I will always love blogging.
This is a place where I can be myself and really do something that I love so thank you to all of you who love to read about my passion and want to join me!
Now let me get down from my soapbox and introduce the features from last weeks party!!
This clever idea
for earring storage is such a genius idea from Rena at Jewelry Making Journal
! I always have to hunt for pairs of earrings in my drawer and it feels like such a waste of time! This
is a great way to keep the earrings together and to make my mornings a little easier!
Amy at While Wearing Heels
managed to transform an old goodwill chair into this beautiful beauty
! I love it when someone can give new life to an old gem and this is exactly what Amy has done. Thanks for sharing!
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Dont forget to come back tomorrow to link up your projects!!