Goblins, ghosts, and ghouls — oh my! It's officially October, which means the green light is on for Halloween decorating. If you're looking for an affordable and low-key way to let little trick-or-treaters know you've got candy, a gaggle of ghosts is a safe bet. This outdoor Halloween decor isn't pricey or complicated. Plus, once night falls, these ghosts can light up for extra creepiness.
need want a paper mache animal head in their home or office? To be honest, I’ve been tempted to purchase this recycled bull’s head. But, now that I know how to make one, I might just try my hand at it!
And, hey, as it turns out, it’s a pretty simple process that doesn’t take a lot of time or money (yay). Check out Lil Blue Boo for the complete supply list and tutorial!
Remember back in the day when you made those paper mache masks and impressed all your elementary school friends? Well, paper mache is growing up (in a big way) with today’s DIY lamp idea.
I don’t remember there being so many layers to this technique, but it looks easy enough and Jaime from Prudent Baby will walk you through the entire step-by-step with loads of photographs.
I’m sure many a home renovation has consisted of ripping down ceiling medallions (or glittery popcorn ceilings), but if you’re game for adding a bit of architectural flair with a Mid-Century Modern twist to your home, you MUST check out this DIY project!
My blogger buddy (and all-around awesome person) Adrienne Breaux posted about this project yesterday, but it was too good not to share on Curbly. Plus, it’s modernism month, right? Sharing this was kind of a no-brainer! Continue Reading