On the 13th day of Blogmas, I brought to you: Cute and Easy Christmas DIY Decor. At our home, my mom has been in full Christmas decorating blast. Aside from the regular decorating of the door frames, she added new decorations. This includes a festive wall hanging, ceiling garland and redoing our veranda. Honest, she’s on a roll now in the DIY department as well. And cost her just about nothing to it. So I figured, why not share some ideas to make your home more festive on a budget. So check out these cute and simple Christmas DIY decor.
This year Barbados is celebrating its 50th year of Independence. As a result many local businesses are decking out their businesses. It’s common in this month to see stores or banks sporting to the country’s colors. Along with the blue, yellow and black, we are also greeted with images of the broken trident and the 50th anniversary logo. Most definitely, those young and old are coming out to show pride in their nation like never before.
So it’s October 19th, and the big Halloween party is next weekend but you have no idea what to wear. You don’t want to spend a big set of your money on a costume that you’re not even sure is going to fit you right. Have no fear, for I have compiled a list of Halloween costume ideas that are not only recognizable but easy to do! Better yet, the costumes work for people of all ages, so you can age down the costume if you want for your adorable tyke.
So if you want to get inspired, just in time for the party next week, then check out 10 Simple Halloween Costume Ideas below the jump!
Back again with another post, and I’m going to be talking about how I got into crocheting.
Anyone who follows me on Instagram (and if you’re not already, then you definitely should), would know that I’ve recently been posting a lot of crochet related photos on there. This may come as a shock to some since it’s not a skill that I often talk about. This post isn’t just about how I got into it, but may also help you, if you’re curious about getting into crocheting as well.