When I was little my favorite part of Thanksgiving was breaking the wishbone with my brother. Luckily there were just two of us, so no fights broke out about who got to do it. But now, thanks to Oh Happy Day, everyone can join in the wishing fun.
Here’s an easy DIY craft for you: grab some leaves from the backyard, whip out some craft paint or thread, and go to town. If your budget doesn't allow for buying store-bought decorations, this is a cheap alternative that do-able and fun.
When it comes to bar carts, there aren't too many budget-friendly options that also happen to be fashionable. A bar cart at Target runs $100+, and you can't even find (an attractive) one at IKEA for less than $50. But this one above? It was built for under $40 (and to say "built" is really stretching it). The secret?
Holiday entertaining season has begun. Here are eight totally easy table runner DIY projects that pretty much anyone can do. From gathering family photos (recent or vintage) to laying down some burlap or canvas drop cloth, these festive runners will show your guests that you can do more than just cook.
Marquee lights are hot. You'll be hot too, once you see the price tag on some of them. I'm not saying that this DIY version is identical to the real thing. But I am saying it's a fraction of the price — around $35 instead of hundreds — which is exactly what you want to spend on what might be a fleeting fad.
Anthropologie usually gets all the love around here, but today it's West Elm's turn. Their metallic print glassware is festive and modern, and perfect for entertaining this season. Sarah, over at Sarah Hearts, thought so too, and she came up with her own simple, geometric version. See the result, right here...