From Memorial Weekend BBQ’s to Labor Day house parties, summertime means gathering your neighbors, family, and friends together for good food, good drinks, and good laughs. But you’re too fabulous to do it in last year’s look, so why would you entertain in last summer’s backyard? Here are 3 simple and budget friendly ways to update your backyard.
Spring wouldn’t be complete without a beautiful floral arrangement to brighten up your home (and your life!) so we decided to get this floral party started with a step-by-step floral arrangement tutorial.
Mother’s Day is Sunday May 10th… hint hint! If you haven’t already nailed down that perfect gift for mom (she’s the hardest to shop for, right?), or you’re just looking for special something to gift those fresh cut flowers in, then this DIY Mother’s Day gift is perfect for you! And since you’re going to have the supplies out anyway, why not make a version for yourself too? Choose from a chic glitter ombre effect or a vintage-inspired dot pattern and keep one yourself and gift the other to mom. It’s a win-win for everyone!
The sun is brighter, the grass is greener, and spring has officially sprung! It comes as no surprise then that April is National Lawn and Garden Month. For those without lawns (aka apartment dwellers), fret not! There are still plenty of ways you can get in on the fun.
Everyone knows that the New Year is all about change. Updating your home décor is the perfect project to begin with. Don’t worry if you don’t have the funds for a complete home renovation. We’re sharing 3 creative ways to DIY Picture frames.
Have you ever looked at the rooms in your home and thought there was something missing from giving it more of a cozy feel? In celebration of Houseplant Appreciation Day, which is today, stop by your local Home & Garden store and pick up a gorgeous houseplant to perk up your home!
Are you in charge of hosting the biggest dinner party of the year? I’m talking THANKSGIVING festivities! To help prepare, here are 3 of our favorite DIY centerpieces that will help you set the scene (and the table) this year. You’ll save money and wow your guests at the same time. Isn’t that something to be thankful for?
If your closet is overflowing but you have “nothing to wear,” it’s time to get rid of some clothes. You know what I’m talking about–the jeans that don’t fit, the shirt with the weird stain, and that one sweater you never wear. Our Closet Purge Flow Chart will help you determine which items are destined for the donation bin, so you’ll have more space for new shopping adventures.