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The light fixture in a room is like the icing on a cake. It is a wonderful way to add taste. And it is easy to be forgotten and overlooked if it doesn’t make a statement. Unfortunately, there is one style of light fixture in my home that is repeated in almost every room which I do not like.
Some of the most common things can make beautiful additions to your outdoor winter decor. Easy to make and will not break the bank to create. All you need is an old tire. You may have some and if you don't any garage will gladly give you used ones for free.
My daughter's school had a Trunk or Treat for the 2nd time this year. Each class had a book theme, ours was The Cat in the Hat. I had a great time doing it and most of all seeing it come together.I think anyone can use these great ideas for a birthday party as well.... or even classroom decor. Hope you enjoy.
It started with a rose. My neighbor's rose. She was out one morning cutting off her roses and I asked her for one. She said to take as many as I wanted. And I had an "ah-ha" moment. I will make rose petal sachets!
If loving paper plates is wrong, I don't want to be right, my friends.Be prepared to see the only DIY you will need for your FALL decor this year!Aaaaaand, it's crazy simple and crazy cheap!I'm on IG↘ ↙ @perfectlydestressedAnd FB↘ ↙ @perfectlydestressedAre you? If so, be my friend!
I was hording pull tabs for the kids school charity event. After the event, we were still in the habit of saving pull tabs, so I had built up a large stash. I decided to get creative and see what I could come up with using the pull tabs.
My inspiration for this project is a beautiful White Opal pendant that belong to my Grandmother. With all the awesome faux stone techniques coming out, I decided to try creating an Opal technique. When I started, my plans were to go in a completely different direction but as always with Unicorn SPiT plus my wild imagination, I never know exactly what I will end up with! I knew I wanted to create an opal look, but I had no idea how at first to accomplish this look.