Bat Branches for Halloween


Here’s a darling idea for some easy and inexpensive Halloween decor, from Diane at In My Own Style.  She made it using fallen branches from outdoors and craft supplies she already had on hand. Initially, Diane had collected the branches to put in a vase for some added texture in her Fall decor.  But as {…Read More…}

Pallet Pumpkins


Over at Little House of Four, Katie had some pallets lying around and decided to put them to use for some rustic Fall decor.

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Handmade Flower Carrier


“Something my kids absolutely LOVE to do is pick flowers,” notes Ashley at Cherished Bliss. “There is a state park close to us that is just gorgeous and the walking trails are covered in flowers. I made this little Burlap Flower Carrier for them to take on our walks and gather up as many flowers as their heart’s desire!” This is a simple project that can be made with things you probably already have on hand–starting with a couple of sturdy twigs!

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Christmas Tree Topper from Sticks

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Kim from Too Much Time On My Hands has a unique tree topper that she crafted from sticks that she and her kids collected one day on a hike.  That’s right–sticks! Totally free for the taking and no need to run to the crafts store for those babies!

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White Twig Chandelier

white chandelier

All of you junkers are probably no stranger to the fabulous recreations of Donna from Funky Junk Interiors. She had this white chandelier that had been taking up residence in her garage for two years.

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Branch Wall Heart

Mike from Blue Velvet Chair is a big fan of decorating with elements of nature, or “forest glam,” as she calls it. Not only is it organic but also free! For this particular project, Mike gathered some twigs from her yard. Her home in Sweden boasts bushes with these beautiful red branches. Mike twisted and {…Read More…}