• The Perfect Cozy Boyfriend Pillow Tutorial
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    The Perfect Cozy Boyfriend Pillow Tutorial

    Do you know what I miss most about being with someone? cuddles. Yep, something so simple solves so many problems. So I made life easier for all of us, a DIY boyfriend pillow. Just to let you know that I’m not totally crazy, they did have one on Glee (season 4, episode 17). I took a quick trip to my local Hobby Lobby and got all the supplies besides the flannel shirt and pillow there for this epic DIY project.   Boyfriend Pillow Supplies: flannel long sleeve shirt Fiberfill stuffing small sewing kit memory foam pillow Boyfriend Pillow Instructions:  Grab your flannel shirt – I went with a 3 xl shirt…

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    Goosebumps 2 Edible Gummy Bear Slime

    Were you a Goosebumps fan when you we’re growing up? I know my siblings and I were. We would always stay up late and watch the shows, getting scared before going to bed. Based on the best selling book series by R.L Stine. Did you know that Goosebumps 2 was released to Blu-Ray & DVD today? You can go order a copy on Amazon. About Goosebumps 2 Be careful what you wish for. With their after school junk business, best friends, Sonny and Sam hope to find treasure in other people’s trash. But when cleaning out the old Stine house, they open a locked book that frees a supernatural nightmare, Slappy.…

  • Grinch Handprint Ornaments Art
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    Grinch Handprint Ornaments Art

    I told the kids, “fingers apart – we’re making turkeys.. fingers together – we’re making grinchs..” We’re a huge fan of The Grinch in this house, so what better to make then Grinch handprint ornaments art for the Christmas tree. Supplies: Green paint Sharpie marker foam brushes glue Construction paper (white & red paper) Cotton Balls pipe cleaners googly eyes Instructions: Paint your hand with green paint and make a hand print on a white sheet of paper. Let dry for at least 5 minutes until the paint is dry. If you use the green paint and connect the thumb print to the rest of the hand to make the…

  • 5 Creative DIY Halloween Costumes Under $20
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    5 Creative DIY Halloween Costumes Under $20

    I wanted to do some DIY Halloween costumes for the Halloween bar crawl and here are 5 simple tutorials for each one, you can design for under $20 each. Okay ya’ll I think I have a bar crawl addiction, but not in a bad way, they’re just so much fun. I made this 6 bar crawl survival tips for bar crawls, you should totally check out if you ever want to go to one. We recently went to a Halloween bar crawl in downtown Raleigh, NC and it was amazing! I ran into some friends I met at the Cinco De Mayo crawl and met lots of new people. I…

  • DIY: How to Make Your Own No Soliciting Door Sign
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    DIY: How to Make Your Own No Soliciting Door Sign

    So my tutorial for how to make an iron on t-shirt is one of the biggest hit posts on the blog. I just recently added some no soliciting door sign for my Etsy shop. I thought making a tutorial for laminated signs would be something more creative than just putting the print into a frame. So I live in a sub-division and a problem we have ran into more than we normally do this year is people walking door to door trying to sell us stuff. Some of the people are nicer than others. The point is 95% of the time it’s a scam trying to take your money. With that…

  • DIY: HOW TO MAKE A GLITTER DIPPED WINE GLASSES
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    DIY: How to Make Glitter Dipped Wine Glasses

    I’ve been on this DIY projects kick lately and we thought glitter dipped wine glasses would be perfect. Here’s a super simple way to make your drink ware a tad bit fancy with the glitter dipped wine glasses. My friend, Kristine and I were at Target the other day looking for the perfect glasses for this project. We decided to go with the 4 pack of wine glasses, they were the perfect size for this project. But honestly you can use whatever type of drinking glass you want to do, it doesn’t have to be a wine glass. Heck, I drink vodka in my wine glass, so there’s that. What…