One of my favorite things about hosting parties is being able to repurpose decor items for my tablescape.
My “pandemic project” is complete!
My antsy mind needed a colorful creative outlet over the summer after coming out of lockdown so I decided to fill this space in my kitchen with a rainbow!
The rules I set for myself : don’t spend more than $1 on each and I had to stop buying once this space was filled.
We’ve been talking all about thrifting vases for this month’s 12 Months of Thrifting theme and this was a project that just kept evolving. It started when I was looking for a creative way to display succulents, then I spotted these tube things at an antique store (which came from a doctor’s office).
Turn broken crayons into adorable heart shapes.
Practically every costume I’ve made over the years started with something I spotted at Goodwill that inspired an idea.
Even after all of these years of thrifting, I’m still shocked by the number of new and like-new costumes at thrift stores. Here are four reasons why I love to shop secondhand for kids’ costumes.
Summer Alaedeen, designer at Adeas Interior Design is back with another home decor and DIY post for our Summer Series. This time she’s helping us kick off the new year by helping us find purpose in repurposing! Read on to see how a little creativity can help you get organized in the new year.
I remember the first year I attached ornaments and LED lights to my family’s gifts and everyone thought I was some kind of gift-wrapping genius. I didn’t think anything of it, I had a few extra flat ornaments and thought spelling out ‘Ho Ho Ho’ would be a nice touch (plus I mean, let’s be real – I love any project that involves a glue gun).
Introducing the world’s easiest and most feminine Halloween DIY: funfetti pumpkins. If you are a color enthusiast like myself, you will love having this pumpkin around the house. This took me all of 10 minutes and $5 to create.
I’ve been binge watching Fixer Upper on Netflix and in season one of the series, the amazingly talented Joanna Gaines featured this saying in one of the episodes and it’s stuck with me since. I love using these natural wood slack hangers to hang my favorite art, pictures, or sayings around the house in place of a frame.