The next part of my 1 Week of Halloween DIY series is focusing on the indoor decorations. I’ve already got the front porch looking season-appropriate with DIY Stenciled Halloween Pumpkins (3 Ways), now I want to decorate my walls. 2 spooky DIY pictures fit the bill, using decoupage paper and cut-outs to make it quick. Use pre-made frames for an even bigger time-saver! Here’s how:
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Welcome to Day 2 of my 1 Week of Halloween DIY! What’s representative of Halloween no matter where you go? PUMPKINS! And today I’m going to share with you a simple DIY to jazz up pumpkins (the faux kind, which means you can use them year after year 🙂 With a couple of stencils it is super quick and easy to make these – and you can truly customize them however you like. Here’s how: (more…)
What could be better as the crowning detail for a spooky Halloween costume than a glowing gothic eyeball brooch? With Martha Stewart Decoupage it’s super-easy to make your own with just a few supplies! (more…)
Yes little goblins, I’ve been DIY’ing up a storm recently…and can’t wait to share the spooky and fun results! Starting tomorrow (Wednesday) for a week I’ll be sharing a brand-new DIY tutorial each day for 1 WEEK OF HALLOWEEN…to add a little Boo! to your beautiful holiday decorations (and maybe an accessory or two ;-).
So come back tomorrow to see what’s in store…
*supposed to be an eerie cackle*
Now that the weather’s cooling down, I want a cute little hat to wear – not something chunky and heavy just yet, but something that adds just a little bit of warmth. Something polished, and maybe even a bit kitschy.
And I just LOVE me some kittehs! I am such a crazy cat lady. I used to volunteer in Hawaii trapping feral cats and adopting the kittens out to loving homes. Then I got Cat Scratch Fever. True story. Anyway.
Cat-themed merch was all over the runways and is now in stores for Fall (check out this lovely printed Wildfox sweater and Romwe’s
knockoff oh-so-similar version). So, inspired by berets I’ve been seeing in my Japanese magazines, I decided to create my own Kitty version. And it’s my first foray into wet wool felting and hat-making. So stick with me and I’ll show you how!
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