When fall arrives you expect for the temperature to drop 10 to 20 degrees, leaves to change color and flutter from the trees, and for the local coffee shop to offer your favorite spiced drinks.
Well, fall began over a month ago and only one of those three things has happened here in Texas. I’ll give you a hint- it wasn’t the first two.
I’m not going to complain because to be honest, if it were cold, I’d wish it were hot outside. I’ll let Mother Nature do her thing and patiently wait for cooler temperatures. In the meantime, I’ll craft up fall decorations to help me get into the fall spirit.
Whether fall is in full effect or you are experiencing a completely different season (like me), here are 3 Fall Décor Ideas to warm your home. Continue reading “3 DIY Fall Home Décor Ideas”
Day 15 of 21 Days of Creativity – DIY Dorm Week
Everyone loves a good block letter message, right?! I know I do. Most DIY projects using block letters only require you to paint them. However, with some scrapbook paper and glue, you can take your block letters to the next level. Continue reading “DIY Block Letter Art”
As promised in the Graduation Dinner Party post, here is my tutorial for jumbo tissue paper flowers. These flowers are easy to create. I have made them several times since my party. I hope you enjoy!
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Although it feels just like yesterday, the 17th of this month will mark three months since I graduated from college. Graduations are a time for celebration and I did just that with my closest friends by having a graduation dinner party. It was a simple, yet enjoyable event that all of my friends could participate in. I held my party a month after graduation to avoid hectic after graduation plans (other parties, moving out, etc.) and the official start of post-graduation life.
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