Hello friends! I won’t be hosting our Merry Monday party this week, but please visit one of our other hosts to share your latest crafts & recipes:
Autumn mantel decor featuring purple and cream. Simple DIY decorations and a mix of neutral with unexpected color give this Fall mantel a beautiful style.
Creating this autumn mantel was a wonderful creative escape. It’s been a while since I did any decorating around our home, and I’ve missed it! Digging through all of my Fall decorations and coming up with this simple mix of creamy neutrals and purple was almost like a therapy session for my creativity.
Delicious Fall Breakfast Ideas. Treat your family to these quick and easy recipes featuring apple, pumpkin and other classic Fall flavors!
There’s nothing I love more on a Fall morning that sitting down with a latte and a plate full of something baked with pumpkin or apple! These Fall breakfast treat ideas had my mouth watering—and hopefully they’ll do the same for you! From pumpkin waffles to cinnamon scones, all of those classic, yummy Fall flavors are captured in these easy and delicious recipes!
Fall wall decor, rustic wood signs, wreaths and farmhouse style printables. Deck your walls for Fall with these simple DIY ideas!
September is here, and with the new page of the calendar comes all things Fall. While I haven’t gotten my pumpkins out just yet, I have started bookmarking some decorating ideas. I’ve gathered together a bunch of Fall wall decor ideas to get the ball rolling!
Back to School crafts ideas for all ages! From elementary age kids to middle school and teens, these easy DIYs are a fun way to kick off a new school year.
Back to School time is here again—can you believe it!? I’ve always loved the ritual of buying new school supplies; there’s something so exciting about the possibilities that lie in a crisp new notebook or a stack of freshly sharpened pencils. These back to school crafts ideas got me thinking about all the fun DIYs I can do with my daughter in the years to come when she’s ready to head off to school. What I love about these projects is that they work for kids of any age, from kindergarten to high school!