Halloween Altered Art!



I bought these light bulb glass containers a few years ago because I was going to put decorations inside of them and hang them from a stick tree. Well needless to say that never happened so here they are, hanging out in my craft room! So as I was passing them they kinda look like a potion container, don’t they? Well I decided to put tic-tacs in them instead of something liquid and then voila! I found yet another cute way to make a treat container!!

Supplies: (Buy Supplies Here!)

Freaky Friends Stamp Set

Motley Monsters Designer Series Paper

Black Ink

Black Ribbon,

Tangerine Twine



Reclaim an Old Chair into an Accent Piece!



My favorite thing to go hunting for these days are chairs! I love finding unique, old chairs. This one caught my eye and we just had to upcycle it! We had to throw a few layers of paint on it (We use a paint sprayer to keep things evenly coated) and voila! Here sits a cute, fun chair with a chevron pillow! I find I can add chevron to just about ANYTHING and it makes it new again! 🙂


Enjoy you inspiration!

Pallette Wood Shelf DIY


Palettes are all the craze right now and the possibilities are absolutely ENDLESS. We love the tables, chairs, deck decor, etc that people have been coming up with to re-use palettes. We found this palette in a stack and thought it would make a cute shelf! This project is so unbelievably easy to make, and I can’t wait to share it with you!

So really all you need is some paint and a pallette, but we recommend actually using a paint sprayer to apply the paint. The reason is that palette wood easily soaks in paint, so when you paint it you will find that you are actually helping it press into the wood. By using a paint sprayer, you arent applying pressure which makes the paint stick a little better. And thats it folks. All palettes are made differently so the nice thing is that no two shelves are the same. We did remove two pieces of wood from the back to open it up a bit more, (the back becomes the front because you actually hang the front of the pallette on the wall.)


And, VOILA! You have created a great piece of decor for your home!