Tree branch centerpieces have become increasingly popular lately at weddings and special events. They are especially beautiful in the fall and when spray painted for winter decor. The best thing about this project was that it was 100% free (well unless you count the milk jug vase I bought a long time ago for $1) and I was able to experience beautiful fall foliage while creating it.
I love salt scrub but am often too cheap to buy it. I recently bought a 3oz container of it for $7 while vacationing on the beach, and although it felt incredible on my skin, I really didn’t want to have to keep paying for something I could easily make at home. This took me less than 10 minutes to make.
Part two of my DIY living room project is the painting of the black coffee table to match these chairs. I found this coffee table at Target on mega clearance for $7. At the time I bought it, I had no need for it but the hoarder in me told me to buy it just in case.
Ever since I saw a photo of an all white office with bursts of red in the Domino book of decorating I couldn’t get that image out of my mind. I have a lot of old 1920s style windows all throughout the living room so I felt like the white would really give the room an airy and breezy feel.
These have been popping up on Pinterest and other blogs a lot lately for the upcoming holidays. I helped Shanie, my crafty co-worker put together a bunch of these Santa-Tizers for our office holiday party. This can be a bit time consuming, especially if you’re making a big batch.
A crafty friend of mine introduced these Martha Stewart magazine christmas trees to me and I couldn’t believe how easy it is to make them! All you need is a magazine, any size, spray paint, and glitter.