October is here and it is time for me to get my fall decorating done! It is now or never! I really wanted to do something a little different around my front door this year. I wanted something full and lush to welcome guests to my home this fall.
I love using IKEA Ung Drill frames for so many home decor projects, but one of my favorites is using these frames as a base for a fantastic wreath. These frames are so easy to paint and repaint over and over again. I used Krylon Gloss True blue for this project.
You can make a paper lantern unicorn like this one with my step by step tutorial! I used this for a party, but this would make a great decoration for the bedroom of any little girl who loves unicorns!
I had one of those armoires that we all seemed to have in the 90's, you know the ones we could hide our televisions in. You can still find these at garage sales and on Craig's list.
I was determined to make a no sew dust ruffle. If there is a way to make something without having to get out my sewing machine or a needle and thread, I will find a way. I was putting together this room for my granddaughters and needed a little more punch of gold. I couldn’t find gold dust ruffles that I liked at a price I liked so I decided to tackle them myself.
A few years ago my husband and I wanted to create some over-sized art to add a pop of color to our home decor. We priced out canvases and decided they were too expensive. At a trip to Home Depot, we spotted plain hollow core doors and a decision was made! These would be our “canvases” . My husband got creative with paint and made Jackson Pollack inspired art pieces. This time I tried a different way to use them!
I love my cute little Easter Bunny wreath I whipped up during a Facebook LIVE! It is always so much fun to visit with all of you online! It is like having friends there to craft together!