I’m a wood burning newbie. I’m just going to throw that out there to start. What that also means is that today’s project is THAT easy. No previous wood burning experience necessary. So don’t let the post title fool you. This is definitely a project you should try, regardless of experience level. And this DIY wood burned serving board is so cute, so how could you not?
I’m all about unexpected and fun details for my parties. The littlest things can make a huge difference and can be the details that your guests really remember. And Thanksgiving is no exception! Today’s easy DIY is a funny twist on a classic Thanksgiving tradition that will have everyone feeling lucky!
These DIY chocolate Thanksgiving wishbones are so simple to make, but really add such a fun and unique twist to your table. I love the idea of using them for place cards or even just for an added fun element at the kids table (even though you know the adults are going to be jealous too!)
If you’re in charge of hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year you have either not given any thought to the centerpiece for your table, or you’ve given it too much thought and stressed about what you’re going to do. Whichever scenario you might fall into, I’m sharing a stunning, simple, and oh, so easy, DIY Thanksgiving apple centerpiece that will turn any table into a showstopper.
With a few natural elements that you can find at your local grocery store and in your own yard, this rustic and unexpected centerpiece is a nod to that crisp Fall weather that I want to hang onto as long as possible!
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With the holidays sneaking up on us quickly, and endless party plans, gatherings, and entertaining on the horizon, it’s inevitable that minor aches and pains and a lack of sleep are on the agenda for a lot of us. I know that I always end up being on my feet for a lot longer than I plan on, which leads to sore feet and lower back pain! Plus those long days usually turn into long nights and the last thing I need is for minor aches and pains to interrupt my, already diminished, hours of sleep. But, if you guys are serial entertainers like me, don’t fret about the wear and tear of the upcoming season! I’m sharing a few of my favorite things to give those aches and pains, and the lack of sleep you might be experiencing, the kick in the butt they need! This easy tutorial for DIY lavender pillow mist takes minutes to put together and would also make a great gift too!
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Thanksgiving and the holiday season are right around the corner and if this is your first time hosting, don’t stress! Hosting a thanksgiving dinner, whether for family, friends-giving, or even just a work event, doesn’t have to be overwhelming! Today, I’m sharing some tips to make your dinner a hit, and a DIY Thanksgiving pie bar (complete with fun free printable pie labels!) to take your thanksgiving dinner from drab to fab!
I’ve always been a Disney fan, but throw Halloween into the mix and I’m a HUGE fan. The last few years I’ve turned attending Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party, at either Disneyland or Disney World, into a new tradition. I love all things Halloween already, but Disney Halloweens do not disappoint! This year, I wasn’t able to go so I wanted to incorporate my own Disney touches into my home Halloween decor. This DIY Halloween poison apple pumpkin is a nod to all of the Disney villains that deserve a little recognition this time of year, and when celebrating the bad is actually very, very good!
Guys, I’m trying not to get too ahead of myself here, but I don’t think I can wait to bombard you with all things Halloween any longer. Multiple people, and I do mean multiple, have made comments about me getting a little too excited too early, but I say, screw it. As soon as September 1st hits my calendar, I’m ready for ghosts, goblins, caramel apples, and skeletons galore. And, technically, I did wait until the middle of the month to jump into the swing of things, so I think I’ve been patient enough. 😉
Either way, Halloween is hitting the blog and I’m thrilled. It’s my very, very favorite holiday and one that I celebrate to the fullest. But, to ease you guys in, I’m starting with a fall themed project first. These DIY football pumpkins can be used throughout September and well past Halloween too! They couldn’t be any easier to make and you only need a few cheap items to throw them together.
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If you guys have been hanging around the blog for a while now, you know that Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday of the year. I go all out and try to cram in as many October themed activities as possible to really get the full “All Hallows Eve” experience in. I usually like to throw some sort of get-together for my friends and family too. Whether it is a Halloween themed party, dinner party, or just a movie marathon night, I infuse as much Halloween goodness as I can into all of my entertaining plans during October.
One fun way to incorporate some spook into your next Halloween gathering is with a fun Halloween dessert table! I love putting dessert tables together because they really let your imagination go wild and who doesn’t love treats?!