Sometime last year, I started to notice this new trend. I was scrolling through Pinterest looking at all the different planners that are available. About halfway down the page, I noticed this very pretty, hand-drawn, calendar. Well, naturally I had to check it out. This quickly led me into the world of bullet journalling. If you are unfamiliar with bullet journalling, let me just tell you that it is so much fun! I love seeing my bullet journals come alive. So, I thought that I would share with you some of my bullet journal ideas, and how to get started.
This is Halloween. This is Halloween. Halloween, Halloween, Hall-o-ween. (lol) Now that I have made that song stick in your head, it is probably a good time to introduce the topic for this post – my favorite pumpkin carving ideas for Halloween. I don’t like anything too difficult. After all, I am not a master food carver. So, to make up for my lack of carving skills, I try to go for unique – like Mr. No Eyes, here.
Making gift boxes is my absolutely favorite paper craft to do. With just a little bit of imagination, a simple box can be customized to fit any holiday. But, the thing that I love about these little DIY Halloween treat gift boxes is that it is the perfect craft project for kids.
Small wooden boxes are great for many things. You can use them as drawer organizers, to group decor displays, or as storage. They are sort of like the little sister of the ever popular crate. You can never have too many. So, do you want to know how to make wooden box sets?
Well, one more summer has come to an end, and a wonderful Fall seems to be just around the corner. I love the crisp, cool weather. I love being able to pull out my Fall wardrobe – chucking the flip flops for my socks and booties. There are only a few issues with Fall that I dread… ragweed pollen and Fall cleaning. My goal each year is to complete each item on my Ultimate Fall Cleaning Checklist Printable before the ragweed pollen season ends. (My sinuses let me know if I have succeeded) 😉