Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fall/Halloween - Last Minute Ideas

1. Spice up the kitchen with a pumpkin dressed in recipe for your favorite fall dish.

2. Easy, edible chocolate cups for dessert.

3.  Preserve pumpkins for decorations...

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Easy Glow Lights

Throwing a spooky Halloween party? Try this:

Simply add a glow stick inside a water balloon and place it in a stocking or hang it from a wire/string.

Last Minute Costume

If you're searching Pinterest for a last-minute costume, you won't have to search far...

Get a little creative with some new ideas: 

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Pumpkin DIY Projects

Here are a few unique projects I found online to add a little excitement to the ordinary decorations during the fall season.

2. Easy, Last Minute Pumpkins

Source: Family Fun Magazine, Ronald Andren /

Thursday, October 9, 2014

More Scarf Talk: A Personal Message

She wasn't just my mom. She was my best friend and biggest cheerleader. It'll be five years this February since my mother lost her battle with breast cancer.

A woman battling breast cancer reached out to Sue Wilson, co-host of the Wynn and Wilson morning show, to request a possible tutorial on how to create a an"after chemo no hair on my head" scarf. 

My reply: Of course!


I had to look around to find a unique way to create a fun look, yet simple. YazTheSpaz89 gives us a great option:

Here's another simple look:

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Take Two: Scarf Season

My scarf obsession continues...

Last week, I shared some DIY tips related to scarves. This week, I'm taking it a little further and bringing you a couple of unique ideas. 

Don't think of your scarf as just a piece of material to keep you cozy during the winter months. You would be surprised as to what you can use a scarf for in your everyday life. 

1. Use it as a strap for your camera. 

2. Use it to create a simple handbag. 


Thursday, September 25, 2014

DIY: Scarf Season

If you're like me -- you can't get enough of scarves. The fall season is simply the best time of the year to start incorporating it into your wardrobe. Below are a few ways you can create a scarf using your very own materials at home.

1. Double-braided scarf: 

2. DIY - Sweater/T-Shirt Scarf 

How can you feed your scarf addiction without having to spend money? Reuse your old sweaters or t-shirts by turning them into a scarf. Simply cut off the top of your shirt -- leaving only the bottom square portion.

3. Scarf Vest 

You don't always have to wear your scarf around your neck. Try something different. Take a large scarf, fold it in half, and tie the two ends together. That's it! Try it!