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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

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Cyber Monday Sale 2019

Monday, December 2, 2019

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Black Friday 25% Off

Friday, November 29, 2019

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Happy Thanksgiving | Black Friday

Thursday, November 28, 2019

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Halloween Around Our Home

Monday, October 7, 2019

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Sharing our touch of Halloween around our home. 
I love old fashion/vintage feel, as well as pretty and fun Halloween decorations. Not into horror or gore at all!

This is the top of our mailbox. A large terracotta Jack-o-lantern that mimics a trick or treat pail. We've wrapped a leaf garland around the base and inside are some solar-powered lights that turn on at dark.

On the top of the buffet in the dining area, we have our "pumpkin patch". The same concept as a village but a pumpkin patch instead! I couldn't get a picture across the top so photos are broken into left, center, right.



We've got random pumpkins and characters scattered through our little pumpkin patch.



We can surely use more pumpkins but I like them to look vintage/old fashion or pretty so I only pick them up if they're just right. Usually at thrift shops.


This guy was my first and still my favorite! 

Seems to be made of paper mache or plaster and his head bobbles!

My mom's an avid quilter and she made me this table runner this year! She knew my strange mind would love this Halloween fabric and I do!!! It's reversible and fall-themed on the other side. 

A simple ceramic jack-o-lantern with a timer candle on our coffee table.

A small pumpkin in a glass cloche on our breakfast bar. My mom made this table runner also!

Lastly a couple of my free fall printables hanging in our living room.



We also have our DIY pumpkin wreath on our front door and a few pumpkins outside and that's about it, just a touch! 
After Halloween, we'll take down the characters, flip the table runners to the fall side and turn the jack-o-lantern faces to the back so we'll only see the pumpkin side.

How about you? Do you go all out for Halloween or just a touch?





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Easy Skull Succulent Planter

Monday, September 30, 2019

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I am so happy to share this Skull Succulent Planter. It's easy, it's DIY, and the skull is from the dollar store!

I am not a BIG fan of scary Halloween decor, are you? For some reason though I have always liked skulls, and every year around Halloween time they are readily available. My son asked me why I liked them and I wasn't too sure lol! I told him because they are interesting (question mark).  When I saw this skull at the Dollar Tree I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it.

Supplies needed are: 
Skull
Sharpie
Premade Paper Template (optional)
Craft Knife or Box Cutter
Soil
Succulents
Moss (optional)

Some of my supplies are pictured here but not all. I did use moss and more succulents that I actually snipped from around my yard. 

First, draw a line around your skull where you want to cut. If you want to make a paper template first for size reference and placement you can. That's what I did. 

Cut along your line with a craft knife or box cutter. Cutting is fairly easy just be careful and take your time.


I took absolutely no photos of the next steps! Ugh! Why? But the hard part's done lol!
Next, poke a few drain holes on the bottom. I did two about 1/4 inch in size with my box cutter. Just poked it in and turned it a few times. 

Now fill with dirt and add succulents as you please! My two scrawny succulents weren't enough so I clipped some pieces from random ones around my home. Just snip them off and place them in and they will root themselves or you can buy more if you like.


When you have your plants in place just as you like take a handful of moss and fully wet. Put small bunches of it in the bare spots to cover the soil. This step if totally optional however I think it adds to the look and you can pick it up at the Dollar Tree too!


Isn't it cool?



I love it!

Here's the back/top side.

It looks so cool in the house with my other Halloween decor.



As you can tell from the photo overload I absolutely love how this skull succulent came out! I thought about making a few for gifts but I know others don't share my skull obsession. Would you like one as a gift or is it too creepy for your taste?


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