I’m Brandy from BD Design and I’m SO thrilled to be a monthly contributor here on Pinkwhen. Jennifer is amazing and I feel so lucky to be on her team! I’m sure most of you have already started decorating for fall. If you are anything like my sweet mother, you have had your house decorated for weeks now! I wanted to share with you a simple way to add some FALL CHARM to your mantel or bookshelf by placing OLD BOOKS in the center for the focal point. Old books just bring a cozy and inviting feeling to a room.
Hi PinkWhen Friends! It’s Dee from Meatloaf and Melodrama, and I’m back again this month with a very easy Halloween craft. When it comes to Halloween decorating, I prefer to keep things on the cute side, and I like to use a mix of colors so that my house doesn’t look too orange. I’m also on a bit of a chalkboard kick lately, so I made this cute DIY Chalkboard BOO garland to hang over the mantel. DIY Chalkboard Boo Garland This garland is very easy to put together, and best of all, no special tools are required! You’ll need:
My poor laundry room is a very small space. When you have a family of 6, you go through a LOT of laundry. Needless to say, there are always space and organization issues. With that being said, I decided that this plain little room needed a BIG change. That’s when I decided I would build some DIY Floating Laundry Room Shelves.
Don’t you just love the Fall weather that has started to encompass the entire country, even us down here in the South? I LOVE everything about Fall. The changing leaves, cooler weather, football, and fun crafts and recipes. That’s why I grabbed several of my favorite ideas and created this great list of 25 Fall Crafts & Recipes. You are going to want to save this list!
Hello lovely PinkWhen readers! I’m Sarah from EDEA SMITH blogging all the way from sunny England and i am SUPER excited to be one of the new contributors on Jennifer’s team at PinkWhen. Our family moved to our beautiful new home last Christmas and ever since have been hard at work making it our own. Making unique items for our home is my passion, i LOVE a thrift store trip (I’m a self confessed bargain hunter!!) and i enjoy a good ‘up-cycle’ project. Between all that creating and crafting i also love blogging and drink too much tea. This is
Hi everyone! I’m Laura from Pet Scribbles, and I’m very excited to be a monthly contributor here on PinkWhen! I love making crafts and home decorations that have a vintage vibe to them, and when you combine that with my favorite season (Fall!), you get this pretty blue pumpkin! This is an easy and quick craft to make, and you can use any size faux pumpkins that are available at craft stores and dollar stores. Supplies: I used a large-sized faux white pumpkin: I also used Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint in my favorite “Vintage” color, Dazzling Metallics glaze in
I have literally been wanting to make a DIY Tufted Headboard for a while now. Everyone in the family has their own bedroom set, with the exception of my husband and myself. While we have just never found anything we really like, or anything we wanted to spend $1000’s of dollars on, I decided I just couldn’t stand staring at the blank wall behind our bed any longer. That’s when my search went into high gear. Now, I have searched all over for a fun headboard, and even those can be expensive. When I started looking to make one, I came across
*I am so excited to share with you this post sponsored by FloraCraft®, all opinions are 100% my own. Hello friends! I am so excited to have you back and to share with you this fun, DIY Faux Wood Pallet Map Art. That’s right, it’s faux wood. You probably know it better by calling it, wait for it…. styrofoam. That’s right! This is such a cool project, and one I hope you take the time to try and recreate. When I went to the SNAP! conference in Salt Lake City this past April, I met the wonderful ladies from FloraCraft®
Hi PinkWhen readers! I’m Lisa from Mabey She Made It, and I’m back again with another simple idea for making your life a little cuter. Are your kids already back to school? It seems like once the kids go back to school, moms have a chance to get things organized again. Even though my kids aren’t really school age yet, I can feel the back to school energy. I also feel the need to schedule and organize my time and efforts. So the other day I was at Target and found a great little organizer that I can leave on
*Today’s post is made possible with the help of Tulip For Your Home and Blueprint Social. All opinions are my own. I needed a new kitchen table look, and I wanted a quick and easy fix. I didn’t want to repaint my entire kitchen or buy new furniture, but I wanted a better look. That’s why I am in love with Tulip For Your Home, because you can create your own designs with their easy to use stencils and products, and it’s easy and fun. I am so excited about my DIY Table & Kitchen Decor, and it was all