I know it is only the 4th, but that means that we only have 20 more days to prep for Thanksgiving! I’ve said it before this year and I’m going to say it again – time is flying!! If your family is anything like mine, everyone shows up to Thanksgiving in their sweats and comfy clothes because we all just hang out and lounge around eating all day. Its glorious!!
I have been to a few “formal” thanksgivings and those are really fun too! I love seeing all the beautiful table-scapes, decorations and place settings. If this sounds more like your family, I have a really cool idea to share with you!
I love that these are just printable place cards and if you have a Silhouette or Cricut machine, they are extra easy to make! Just print them out, cut them out and decorate them however you want! I really like how Julie from EAB Designs made the edges of the leaves look a little burned and aged. There are so many options with these cute place holders. Click here for the full tutorial!
I hope you all have fun halloween plans with your families!! Unfortunately, we don’t get many trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood so we are going to visit my parents who get a lot more than we do! Just in case you need a last minute addition to your decor, I have created a cute printable for you. Just right click, save and print! Have a Happy Halloween!!
On Monday, I showed you some last minute Halloween Decor ideas. For today, I found a great tutorial on some slinky pumpkins! You can make some really cute and easy pumpkins just using an orange slinky and a few other things you can probably find around the house!
Welcome to another week of great tutorials, great recipes, and fun ideas for your home!! I cannot wait to see what you all have to share this week, especially since Halloween is this week! Yay!!!
Here are the top clicked links from last week:
Halloween Pom Pom Fruit Spiders from Titi Crafty!
Paper Bottle Decorations from Wessens Art!
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Today and Wednesday, I’m going to be showing you a few last minute Halloween Decor ideas just in case you still need to add the final touch to your Halloween home.
Today, we have some painted pumpkins that are perfectly easy to make and would be a fun craft for the kids too!
Cute right?! If you want to see the full tutorial on these, click here!
How do you know when its time for Trick-or-Treating? By looking at your cute Spooky Spider Clock, of course!! This cute and classy clock was an upcycle project from Just a Girl and its the perfect addition to your Halloween decorations!
With just a few easy steps and less than $5 you can make yourself one of these cute clocks! A fun way to make this your own would be to see if you can find purple sparkly spiders or add some color! Click here to see the full tutorial!
Using old materials for new crafts is the definition of being creative! I love how the crew over at Our Pinteresting Family used old cabinets to create this cute and decorative Halloween spider art!
My favorite part about this project is how easy it is and how cost effective it is. I love the vinyl spider with the sparkly rhinestones! It would fit in perfectly with almost any Halloween decor. I also love how it is pretty and spooky all at the same time! Head on over to their site for the full tutorial!