Are you looking for fun things to do in the fall? Before this short season disappears, use this fall bucket list to check off all of the best fall activities, events, and must-dos. It will help you hit all the highlights, so you won’t miss out on anything this autumn.
Hunting for pinecone crafts to make? This easy craft project transforms ordinary jars into fall decorations in no time. You’ll love how these pinecone jars easily fit into your home’s decor while also looking festive.
From a cozy T-shirt to the best little camping cookbook, I’m sharing some of my favorite finds this month. I love finding products that make me happy every time I use them. From local brands to items that are made well, the products I adore tend to have something special to them. I hope you’ll love these products, too.
Quick as a bunny, discover how to make a cute bunny garland before Easter. This easy Easter craft takes less than 20 minutes to create.
Walls looking bare? Don’t toss out last year’s calendars. Discover a fun way to reuse old calendars and make wall art to decorate your home.
Inside: Create an unexpectedly stylish DIY TV console to store your electronics. Wood boxes star in this super affordable repurpose project. This post contains affiliate links. Joanna Gaines would not approve of the jumbled maze of cords linking all of the electronic devices on the dresser we use as a TV stand. Because there’s nothing farmhouse chic about a knot of cords. As someone who chooses looks over function, I struggle with how to incorporate electronics into a room’s style. (Gimme a beautiful, impossibly uncomfortable tufted armchair over a bulky recliner any day.) If I had my way, the TV would magically appear when I need to binge watch The Crown and disappear when I want the living room to look like a picture in a magazine. But I’m no Harry Potter. And if I want to watch Game of Thrones, I need a TV. So, we recently mounted the TV on the wall. While the TV looked great, the old dresser that we used as the TV stand now sat awkwardly empty with just the DVD player and the Apple TV on it. Oh, and the mass of cords. I tried to fix the problem by styling the dresser
When you walk up to my friend Cara’s 1912 Victorian home, you can’t help but feel the holiday cheer. She decked out the home for Christmas. The wicker chairs on her porch got dressed up for the holidays with bright, red stripey throw pillows. And a green table runner draped over the table in front of them proves that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to get festive. A real evergreen wreath hangs on the door. But it isn’t the only greenery in sight. A galvanized metal bucket brims with sticks, holly berries, and evergreen and pine boughs clipped from her parents’ land and hauled back in her dad’s pickup truck. The door’s open but before you step inside, her sweet puppy Jude might come out to greet you. And then you’ll know you want to stay awhile. Vintage meets new Every year, the teeny town of Weston, Missouri, where Cara lives in her much-loved rental house, hosts a holiday candlelight homes tour. She decorated her house especially for the tour using vintage items, new finds and what she could forage in nature. Everywhere you look, her vintage-meets-new decorating style abounds. Like her collection of new Christmas