photos by Jared Smith
Though I’m not necessarily a big Halloween fan, I can still whip up a few non-scary decor ideas here and there, and these DIY Halloween glassware decals may actually be one of my prouder moments. I mean, not only were they an excellent excuse for me to breakdown and buy some copper glasses (to resemble pumpkin color, of course), but they’re also temporary so I can have these copper mug beauties all to my non-scary holiday self after the season ends.
To seal the deal, you can make a whole slew of custom glassware decals for your costume party with just one package of vinyl clings, bet you didn’t see that one coming!
Alright, so I’m not much of a Halloween person, but I can blend with the best of them (the Halloween lovers, that is) when need be. Usually that need comes somewhere around October over year, so alas, I’ve pulling up my spooktacular sleeves with these DIY fruit loop costume glasses over on Minted! It doesn’t get much scarier than glasses with fruit on them, right?
You can see the whole tutorial plus my little addition for combining these guys into a whole get-up! Just promise to picture a kid modeling them instead of me, okay?
Alright, the wait is over! And by wait, I really mean my rambling about this room reveal is officially coming to an end because I’m happy to finally share all of the finished details of the DIY girls room makeover that we’ve been working on with Valspar these last few weeks.
I’m really in love with the how much brighter and more mature the space looks, while still being colorful with playful touches here and there that are fitting for a little girl. I mean, how cute are those little Toms next to the bed?! I don’t have baby fever or anything you guys..
For the second installment (before the full reveal!) of Ainsley’s room makeover with Valspar, I present to you my take on the ever-faithful DIY geometric accent wall. You already all know that I love a good white, bright room, but for a little girl I wanted to punch it up a bit with a colorful, modern touch in her favorite colors.
This project is perfect for a quick weekend update because you don’t need to go full-force on a whole room, it’s more like a quick, table-runner version of an accent wall by just highlighting a small section and leaving the rest of the color up-to the pretty accessories.