Day two of our 10 Days of DIY Christmas gifts brings us to our first essential oil gift. I like this one because it will serve dual purposes. You can gift it as an ornament diffuser, however, when the holidays are over it can be used as a car diffuser!read more …
Let’s kick this off! I thought I would start day one with and oldie but a goodie. I originally was going to do these separate but I ended up putting them together because, really, they are one in the same. Just decide which you would prefer, or do both!
I’ve been getting great feedback on my 5am DIYs (for those who are new, this is the only time I can complete an entire DIY while my two littles still sleep – so the projects are usually smaller and crafty) – this one was by far my most liked one yet! I decided to put up a post on it so I can link to the Cricut file as well as the fonts used.
Another week, another 5am DIY. What is a 5am DIY? Well its the only time of day I can start and finish a DIY – because the kids are still sleeping and the day hasn’t started in full swing yet. They are usually smaller, cheaper and easy to do. This week’s is some fun little halloween signs that I made for $1 each! I guess unless you count the paper I used to print the art on.
Disclaimer: I cannot take credit for this idea. We were in fact “Booed” by our neighbors and I thought it was so cute! There was no original creator mentioned on our instructions. I decided to recreate the instructions share with you guys so that you can start it up in your neighborhoods too! My kids had so much fun making and delivering the bags. Probably more fun that getting a treat bag themselves. It was a great way to teach them that giving to others is fun as well as a COVID friendly way to have some Halloween fun...
One of my favorite ways to freshen up or add whimsy is changing out or adding in prints. You can add some instant color or holiday charm with something so simple. My favorite place to find these prints is Etsy. There are soooooo many options at such an affordable price. I just switched out the print in between the kids room to add to the Halloween decor and they love it!
I’m so excited to start this fall’s One Room Challenge. I’m going to be working on our main bath. This is the bathroom all guests use, we use mostly through out the day, and is in the heart of the home. I explained in Instagram Stories that I’m not the best at following mood boards but I went ahead and made one.