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DIY | Halloween classroom decor

Monday, October 27, 2014

This is the first major holiday that I've gotten to decorate my classroom for, the first of many this season. I can't wait for Thanksgiving and Christmas! I was just planning on doing a "Fall" theme so I didn't have to re-do the bulletin board and class door twice within two weeks. However, I just couldn't. I couldn't not get in the holiday spirit! So I started with the door and the bulletin board, then I read Andrea's {at Momfessionals} Halloween post and was inspired, big time.

So, I DIY'd paper garland, bats and everything in between + added spiderwebs to the windows! I hope you enjoy!









I used the Country Living bat template, you can find that here!

DIY | Pallet sign

Monday, October 6, 2014

We recently got our fall family photos done by the always awesome, Megan. She posted a preview on some of the social media sites and I am seriously in LOVE. I have had a lot of people ask "who does them? They're awesome!" If you're in the Northwest Arkansas area, you should definitely contact her! I know she is expecting their sweet second baby boy in December, so she probably won't be taking any more clients on until Spring, but be ready to book when she opens back up! Enough chatter, here is some of her work, and some pictures of my favorite people!










Take a look at her website here.

I love unfinished wood and pallet wood projects are becoming more and more popular. So naturally when I found an old pallet lying around at my Dad's, I asked him if he would make it into a sign for me. So here is a small DIY I did to hang above the TV in our living room, and I love it.


This is the unfinished wood sign that my dad brought me. {it sat in our living room for about 2 months until I figured out what I finally wanted to do with it!}


I taped the whole sign, printed off the letters, cut them out, glued them on. Then I carefully cut them out with an x-acto knife and once that was done, I painted the letters black.


Here is the finished project! Thanks Dad for your help!
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