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Transform a Boring Utility Cart into a Drop-Dead Bar Cart

I'm showing you how to transform a boring utility cart into a chic bar cart to give your space some color and personality. We go through the how-to step by step and then I share how I styled my bar cart for an effortlessly chic look. BAR CART TRANSFORMATION Styled bar carts are super trendy ... READ the POST

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Fun Cheers Canvas Wall Art DIY with Layered Stencils

Here's a super easy DIY for creating some canvas wall decor via layered stencils. I recently made this piece for my office, and I know the second I put it on IG ya'll will be requesting a tutorial — so here it is. Cheers! So if you've been here before — or follow me on Instagram — you probably ... READ the POST

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Mini Valentine’s Day Bouquets

I'm showing you how to make mini bouquets for V-Day with some super cute patterns that I drew and turned into templates (for you, for free!) This DIY is a great way to snag one bouquet and create multiple mini's to give out. Sending Flowers & Love Did you know? The language of flowers is ... READ the POST

5 Tips for Using Trimmed Baskets to Organize Your Space

As a messy & disorganized human, baskets are my true love. Not only do they add texture & a touch of cozy, they're also the perfect place to stash odds & ends. Now, in the January spirit of organization and fresh starts, you should absolutely get yourself amped up to declutter. But let's ... READ the POST

Make this Chic DIY Jewelry Statement Wall for Under $65

If you've got an extensive jewelry collection, you can never have too many jewelry storage options. I did a jewelry display made out of a canvas, which you might have already seen here — Super Easy DIY Jewelry Holder that Doubles as Decor, but if you need more room to hang your jewelry or you just ... READ the POST

How to Make DIY Marquee Letters – 2 Versions

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Making your own marquee lights is actually super easy. This DIY shows you two options to make them via a metal or wooden letter. Because you can never have too much light. The letters I used can be found at most craft or home decor stores, then I used two different string lights – a larger raw-bulb version and then a smaller plastic LED version. Both patio string lights or holiday lights work.
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