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A few days ago I showed you my pumpkins! Today I am going to show you how to make your own! Yay! The pumpkins used to look like this: (They were purchased at Wally World and the Dollar Tree) Some of them had "natural" looking stems - which I like. Johnny In A Dress: Pretty Up Your Pumpkins {JIAD style} Johnny In A Dress: Pretty Up Your Pumpkins {JIAD style}
burlap & fabric burlap & fabric I believe I may be addicted.... Burlap and Fabric Rosettes how sweet! I am in Love. I purchased a green foam wreath at Michael's with my 40% off coupon.
Retro Chic China Cabinet TRANSFORMATION Retro Chic China Cabinet TRANSFORMATION I have had the most fun with this china cabinet makeover. Talk about a transformation. Check out this before and after. I purchased this cabinet along with a matching table and chairs off of Craigslist right after Christmas. The set has a very retro feel to me and I wanted to do something fun.
make t-shirt pom poms | Craftaholics Anonymous Learn how to turn old t-shirts into pom poms! T-shirt Pom Poms are so much more durable than tissue paper ones. And I think they look loads better!

make t-shirt pom poms | Craftaholics Anonymous

I’m captivated by the domestic series of Boston-based painter, Leslie Graff. The images are so pretty and idealized (heels in every image — is it a statement? a wish?). I’m drawn to the strong compositions and I love looking at them. Leslie Graff Leslie Graff
Dress Up a Plain White Shower CurtainHouse & Home | Apartment Therapy Ohdeedoh
Fall Wreaths Made of Leaves, Flowers, Wheat, and More Natural Elements from Better Homes and Gardens#page=5 Square Door Wreath Break the cycle of ordinary round wreaths by crafting a square arrangement. This large wreath was constructed using a mix of silk and dried elements such as pods, berries, wheat, twigs, and dried leaves, but you can use any seasonal elements that match your style. Hang the wreath with a simple ribbon to keep the focus on its unexpected shape and variety of textures. Fall Wreaths Made of Leaves, Flowers, Wheat, and More Natural Elements from Better Homes and Gardens#page=5
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