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Sassy Christmas Clutch with Cricut

on December 11, 2017

Show your holiday spirit or lack thereof with a sassy christmas clutch with Cricut! These are my favorite gifts to make and give this year!

You’d think with my schedule I’d just make everyone a card or something easy for Christmas and be done with it. Nope. I apparently love to self sabbotage and decided to personalize gifts to my friends, nanny families, and clients. In case you’re wondering… that’s a lot! If you follow me on Instagram Stories, you may have seen what I lovingly refer to as “weeding day” where I weeded approximately 12897 projects and one really complicated elephant.

Show your holiday spirit or lack thereof with a sassy christmas clutch with Cricut! These are my favorite gifts to make and give this year!

Am I done yet? Heck no! But I got so excited about these Sassy Christmas Clutch that I really wanted to share them with you guys! Honestly, I think they’re stinkin cute and am particularly obsessed with adding the phrase “AF” to everything (if you couldn’t tell).

I found these in the Dollar Section at Target for $3 a piece so you can bet I hit up every target in driving distance to make sure I had enough. They have some seriously cute “alternative” holiday colors that I may have gone a little overboard. Ooof my wallet!

Sassy Christmas Clutch

Time: 15 minute
Cost: $5 each – depending on which type of vinyl you use
Cuteness level: OMG

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Crochet Vintage Hufflepuff Slippers (Free Pattern)

on December 1, 2017

Cozy up with these crochet vintage Hufflepuff slippers! Make them yourself with this free pattern and show your house pride!

I took the sorting test on Pottermore twice. Yep. I created two separate accounts for the sorting test. Why? Because I could? Maybe? Mostly because I got Gryffindor and I secretly think I’m a Hufflepuff. I got Ravenclaw on the second test so I’m not exactly sure what to do with that. Anyone else in the same boat?

Cozy up with these crochet vintage Hufflepuff slippers! - Free Pattern #crochet #harrypotter #geekcrafts

As the holidays gear up, the pressure is on when you’re a crafter. I usually try to start my holiday creating at least 2 months in advance, but I was a little late with that so here I am… rushing to crochet, knit, weed, iron and paint a ridiculous amount of stuff. Does anyone else feel like they need to top themselves from the year before? I mean, yeah. I could go the easy route and just get gift sets for people but there comes this expectation that when you’re a crafter, you hand make everything. This year, I am making a ton of these slippers and I am in love with the color scheme. You see, this year, my friends and I decided to re-read the Harry Potter series and actually analyze it for what it is. It’s amazing the things that come into play when you’re looking at something as an adult. As a result, that friend group are getting vintage style slippers in their house colors! I nearly kept these Hufflepuff ones for myself!

MAKE IT: Diagonal Crochet Dishcloth with free pattern

Cozy up with these crochet vintage Hufflepuff slippers! - Free Pattern #crochet #harrypotter #geekcrafts

Crochet Vintage Hufflepuff Slippers

Time: 1-2 Harry Potter films or 5 Chapters of the audiobook
Cost: $5-10 – I found the yarn on sale – never go into the craft store without a coupon!
Nerd Level: 3 – super subtle but super cozy.

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DIY Vintage Christmas Ornament Wine Charms

on November 21, 2017

Add some vintage flare to your holiday wine with these festive DIY Vintage Christmas Ornament Wine Charms! A fun project for the holidays!

Add some vintage flare to your holiday wine with these festive DIY Vintage Christmas Ornament Wine Charms! A fun project for the holidays!

When I was a kid, we did the whole Christmas production. Every year we would go to the Christmas tree farm and cut down our own tree, then my dad would head up to the attic to haul out all of the Christmas supplies (at least 7 boxes worth) and we would spend the rest of the day and into the evening decorating the tree and house with whatever we could find in the boxes. Every year, my favorite things to hang were my mom’s vintage christmas ornaments and the blown glass bauble ornaments she bought us the year each of us were born. We don’t have those days anymore since we’re all so spread out (my parents live in Mississippi and I live out in California) but I am so thankful that my mom saves those ornaments for me to put up when I come home to visit.

MAKE IT: Beauty and the Beast Wine Charms

These wine charms are a bit of an homage to those vintage christmas ornaments and a way for me to track whose glass is whose during those Rosé all day holiday parties. They’re not super fancy, but if you’re an artist you can make some pretty amazing things. Give it a go! I can’t wait to see your designs!

Add some vintage flare to your holiday wine with these festive DIY Vintage Christmas Ornament Wine Charms! A fun project for the holidays!

DIY Vintage Christmas Ornament Wine Charms

Time: 30 minutes or less
Cost: $15 – If you have things on hand, they’re a lot cheaper
Festive level: Maybe a 6?
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DIY Easy Vanity Organizer

on November 14, 2017
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Keep the important things on your bathroom counter front and center with this customizeable Easy Vanity Organizer!

Is anyone else on the struggle bus when it comes to remembering to take those dang vitamins everyday? Come on… hands up! Okay, thank you. See? You’re not alone! Okay but seriously folks, if they’re not right in front of me I forget to take those things.

Keep the important things on your bathroom counter front and center with this customizeable Easy Vanity Organizer! - #homedecor #organization #agummyyoucantrust

You see, for years, I have had daily vitamins but I kept forgetting to take them so I hoped I was getting what I needed through my diet.  Fast forward a few years and my mother suggests that I probably need to remember to start taking them. Luckily we have come a LONG way since the awkwardly large, chalky daily vitamins and Nature Made® Adult Gummies have made them super easy to take! I chose Nature Made® Adult Gummies because Nature Made® has the 1st Gummies to receive U.S. Pharmacopeia Convention (USP) verification and Nature Made® gives you the assurance that you’re getting the nutrients you seek from your Gummies – so I know I’m making a good choice about what is going into my body.

The U.S. Pharmacopeia Convention (USP) is a third party nonprofit organization that verifies products for purity, potency, and quality. Also, they’re gummies! And I’m all for adulting in the funnest way possible. Learn more about Nature Made and USP here.

I’ve been taking the Nature Made® Energy†† B12 Adult Gummies and I love them. Nature Made® Energy†† B12 Adult Gummies contain 1000 mcg vitamin B12 per serving and have delicious Cherry and Mixed Berry flavors!

To remember to keep my Nature Made® Adult Gummies front and center, I’ve created this fun DIY Easy Vanity Organizer using a fun design brush stroke design to keep things cute!

DIY Easy Vanity Organizer

Time: 10 minutes or less + dry time
Cost: $10 or less
Organization level: Boss

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Watercolor Napkin Rings and Place Cards

on November 7, 2017

These simple watercolor napkin rings and place cards are a classy addition to any party table setting! Use them for buffet labels too!

These simple watercolor napkin rings and place cards are a classy addition to any party table setting! Use them for buffet labels too! #thanksgiving #tablesetting #friendsgiving #party

Y’all, I got super fancy with friendsgiving this year. I sent out actual paper invitations that I hand made and “hand” wrote (with my Cricut Explore Air 2)  and sent snail mail with hand lettered envelopes. I’m so excited about them!!

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To create the invites, I used little triangles of watercolor paper for texture. So to continue that idea, I decided to make some watercolor napkin rings and place cards to bring the whole thing together. They look ridiculously classy and are so simple to make you’ll be making them for everything!

Watercolor Napkin Rings and Place Cards

Time: 1-2 hours depending on how many you make
Cost: $5 or less
Classy level: AF
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Crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow

on October 31, 2017

Decorate your tomb sweet tomb with this crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow! Inspired by your favorite Disneyland ride and a great project for crochet beginners looking to make something a little different.

Crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow - Do It Your Freaking Self
Everyone has their favorite Disneyland Ride. Be it Space Mountain, Peter Pan, Pirates of the Carribean, etc. Mine? I’ve always been a Haunted Mansion girl myself. Now, I’m not obsessed at the level that I could be. I know about the story line, I make time in my schedule to see the Nightmare Before Christmas overlay, and can quote the narrarator on both occasions. Okay, so maybe I’m a bit obsessed but whatever. What about you?

MAKE IT: JACK SKELLINGTON CAKE STAND

Crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow - Do It Your Freaking Self

I made a version of this pillow for a dear friend as a housewarming gift. You see, she had just bought her first house (and if you live in LA, you know what a feat that truly is) and she was doing her living room in a Haunted Mansion, black and purple, theme. Originally I created the pillow using tunisian crochet but decided to just go with regular crochet for the tutorial. why? Well, it ends up doing the same and I wasn’t really sure how to write a tutorial on how to tunisian crochet so… there you have it.

Crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow

Decorate your tomb sweet tomb with this crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow! Inspired by your favorite Disneyland ride and a great project for crochet beginners! - Do It Your Freaking Self - #crochet #crossstitch #halloween #homedecor

Time: Weekend Project
Cost: $10-15 – I used things I had on hand so it didn’t cost me anything
Spooky level – Let’s be real here, its like a 2. 3 – Max

Supplies:
Size H Crochet Hook
Worsted weight yarn in black and lavender
yarn needle
Pillow form – I got mine from Ikea for about $4

Stitches you need to know:
CH = Chain
SC = Single Crochet

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To make the pillow – Make 2 panels:
1. CH 61 – turn
2. In 2nd CH from needle, SC across, CH 1 at end , turn work
3. Repeat row 2 until you’ve got 62 rows

Crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow - Do It Your Freaking Self

To Cross Stitch:
1. Thread a length of yarn through the needle and find the center of the front panel. To do this, count 30 over on the width and stitch a few large stitches. Then do the same for the height.

2. Begin to cross stitch the following design. This works a lot like counted cross stitch so count over how many stitches you need from your center stitches.  You can also measure off the beginning of the line using the same method.

Crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow - Do It Your Freaking Self

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3. To end each line, simply thread the yarn through the back loops of your cross stitch like so…

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Not sure how to cross stitch into the project? Check this out:

Use a locking whip stitch to sew the two panels together – right sides out.

Leave a side or a few inches open to insert the pillow form then continue to locking whip stitch it closed. Fluff your pillow and display!

This crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow makes a great addition to your Halloween Decor or any Disneyland themed room for just a touch of spooky!

 

Decorate your tomb sweet tomb with this crochet Haunted Mansion Pillow! Inspired by your favorite Disneyland ride and a great project for crochet beginners! - Do It Your Freaking Self - #crochet #crossstitch #halloween #homedecor

Fusion Bead Stranger Things Banner

on October 20, 2017

Get ready for Stranger Things Season 2 or just show off your knowledge of the Upside Down with this easy Perler Bead Stranger Things Banner.

Get ready for Stranger Things Season 2 or just show off your knowledge of the Upside Down with this easy Perler Bead Stranger Things Banner. | Fusion beads | #Strangerthings | perler bead pattern | Christmas Lights | DoItYourFreakingSelf.com

True Story you guys. I have 2 days during the week to actually be productive. Otherwise, I’m either working, planning for work, or burnt out. So that is 2 days for blog content, cleaning my house, laundry, etc. You know what is NOT productive? Video games. You know what I did ALL last week? Played the new Stranger Things app. It ate all my time! And honestly, I regret NOTHING. Okay, maybe I regret a little bit but darn it, I love that show and I love those kids.

MAKE IT: Vicious Perler Bead Shark Cupcake Toppers

For real though you guys, I’m a little obsessed with that show. And the soundtrack – Yes I have it on vinyl and it sounds amazing. I’m sure there’s definitely a nostalgia factor but that show came out of nowhere and just took everyone by surprise!

To re-creates these cool Fusion Bead Christmas Lights and turn them into a Fusion Bead Stranger Things Banner is relatively simple. If you’ve got kiddos, this is a perfect project to get them involved in – but maybe don’t let them watch the show? Don’t blame me for nightmares that may or may not happen 🙂

Fusion Bead Stranger Things Banner

Supplies:
Fusion Beads: Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Black, White
Large square Perler bead board (or 2)
Wax or Parchment Paper
Iron
Black Embroidery Floss
Tapestry Needle
Awl – Optional
Black alphabet stickers

To create this banner, you’re going to need 8 of each color. I found that you can fit eight per board so the process goes relatively quickly – just do one color per board and you’ll end up with 32 lights total. Once your patterns are finished, cover the beads with parchment paper and iron each side on high for about 30 seconds keeping medium pressure and moving in gentle circular motions. Do this to each side – Don’t melt them down completely, you still want SOME holes in the beads to thread.

Get ready for Stranger Things Season 2 or just show off your knowledge of the Upside Down with this easy Perler Bead Stranger Things Banner. | Fusion beads | #Strangerthings | perler bead pattern | Christmas Lights | DoItYourFreakingSelf.com

 

Once your beads have cooled its time to thread them! Thread a 6 foot strand of black embroidery floss through a tapestry needle. Begin to string your creations onto the floss. Going in through the back of your the top two black beads of each light, passing back through the front and repeating for each light. This will make sure that your banner doesn’t slide around and you can get the positioning right. Leave about 1 inch length between each. – If you don’t have a clear hole to thread through, use the awl to punch a larger hole in the top two black beads.

MAKE IT:DIY Zelda Pixel Heart Statement Necklace

Get ready for Stranger Things Season 2 or just show off your knowledge of the Upside Down with this easy Perler Bead Stranger Things Banner. | Fusion beads | #Strangerthings | perler bead pattern | Christmas Lights | DoItYourFreakingSelf.com

Once you’re finished, secure your creation to the wall however you like – I used some tacks and masking tape – and affix your letter stickers beneath.

That’s it! You’re done! Treat yo’ self to a cocktail or delicious Eleven inspired Eggo cupcake! Just don’t get stuck in the upside down. The demagorgon might get you.

Get ready for Stranger Things Season 2 or just show off your knowledge of the Upside Down with this easy Perler Bead Stranger Things Banner. | Fusion beads | #Strangerthings | perler bead pattern | Christmas Lights | DoItYourFreakingSelf.com

 

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Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip for Fall

on October 18, 2017

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Enhance your fall style with a rich and vibrant new shade and this simple Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip made from hot glue!

If you’ve been following me for any amount of time, you’ll know that I used to have really long, really curly hair – Think mermaid hair. I’ve always had iffy luck with hair dressers, so I’d let it go years without cutting it, and even then I’d do it myself. At least if I screwed it up it’d be my own fault. I still have really curly hair, but about 6 months ago, I chopped over a foot and a half off. It was super scary and also super free-ing. But I needed a change and to also save money on hair product, but that’s beside the point.

Enhance your fall style with a rich and vibrant new shade and this simple Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip made from hot glue! 

Fast forward to now and my hair is still pretty short and I needed another change. The seasons are changing and it’s not like I can cut even more of my hair off… well I could, but no. So since it’s fall, and as most people update their wardrobe, I’m updating my hair with a vibrant and fresh shade of Vintage Red (5.29) from Schwarzkopf Color Ultime; Hair color that defies fading for up to 9 weeks of color shine, and ya’ll know I love it when my hair shines!

Find out how you can try it free here!

DIY Easy Metallic Leaf Clip - Do It Your Freaking Self

Just a quick note, I’m not allergic to dyes, but I have friends that are so it’s ridiculously important to do a patch test and wear gloves!

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Jump to the end of the post to see the process and before and after!


Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip

Supplies:
Hot Glue gun and sticks
Wax or baking paper
Hair clips
Metallic paint and sponge

To create this project, trace the shape of your leaf onto the baking paper.

Enhance your fall style with a rich and vibrant new shade and this simple Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip made from hot glue!

Carefully with the hot glue, outline your leaf and fill in with whatever designs you like and allow to dry.

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Once your hot glue is cooled – should only take about 10 minutes – apply metallic paint in a pouncing motion. You can also use spray paint if you’ve got it.

Finished Project - DIY Metallic Leaf Clip - Do It Your Freaking Self

Allow your paint to dry and attach it to a hair clip or bobbypin with hot glue and pair with your shiny new hair color!

Enhance your fall style with a rich and vibrant new shade and this simple Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip made from hot glue! #ad #FashionColorExpert @SchwarzkopfUSA @Walmart


 

To me, having a great cut and color are the my favorite fall accessories. The best part, I dyed my hair at home with a box from the health and beauty – hair dye aisle at Walmart!

 

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Update your hair color for fall with Schwarzkopf Color Ultime

 

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Enhance your fall style with a rich and vibrant new shade and this simple Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip made from hot glue!

  1. To test for allergies, follow the instructions for the ‘patch test’ beforehand.
  2. Put on your gloves!
  3. Carefully squeeze the entire contents of the color cream tube into the application bottle and shake it like a polaroid picture…. to make sure everything is completely mixed together.
  4. Apply as instructed and let it develop for the instructed time (mine was 30 minutes)
  5. After the hair color has had time to set, it’s time to rinse! Simply rinse out your hair in warm water until the water runs clear – I took that as an excuse to take an extra long shower.
  6. Use the conditioner as instructed and leave on for 2 minutes before rinsing.
  7. Blow dry, air dry, style it however you want and pin with your brand new metallic leaf hair clip!

Enhance your fall style with a rich and vibrant new shade and this simple Easy Metallic Leaf Hair Clip made from hot glue!

 

Before

Before pic

During

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After – this was a few days and 2 washes later. I think I’m in love!

DIY Easy Metallic Leaf Clip - Do It Your Freaking Self

You guys, how amazing is this color! I went with Vintage Red and even after a week, I am so in love. It is the perfect shade for the season without my having to seriously update my wardrobe. If you’re up for due for an update or just want something a little different, get thee to a Walmart and go for it!

 

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DIY Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags

on October 10, 2017

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

I am ready to admit that I am pumpkin spiced out… yes, I know we are only 2-ish weeks into fall but it’s EVERYWHERE and I just can’t you guys. I can’t. What does pumpkin spice have to do with today’s post? Nothing. I just felt like I needed to share that tidbit of information.

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

 

Okay, now on to better things… like crafts! I’m entering into my busy season (yes, I have like 5 of them) with babysitting and nannying which means I’m racking my brain to come up with crafts to keep the kiddos entertained and also not cover mom and dad’s house with random knick-nacks. I think I’ve got a win with these. I tried these halloween mini-giftbags the other day with my 4 year old kiddo and she was all about some polka dots! I think they’re going to put “spooky” school supplies in there for her class… but she may just use them to keep random princess jewelry in so who really knows.

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

I’m also super stoked to partner with Oriental Trading on this post. We’ve used them a lot while I was working at the Church during things like VBS and Family Camp, but I didn’t realize how much of a selection they actually had! The best part? I can order my party supplies and my craft supplies in one go. Pretty awesome if I do say so myself. Check out their craft supplies here!

And now onto some bags!

Make it: DIY Halloween Fox Ears

DIY Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags

Cost: $5-10
Time: 15 minutes or less!
Awesome level: Festive and Easy!

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

MAKE IT: HALLOWEEN TYPOGRAPHY VASE

Supplies:
Mini Drawstring canvas bags
Cotton Swabs
Small paintbrush
Paint in chosen colors
Cardstock – for separating the bags

Begin by cutting a piece of cardstock to size and fit it inside of each bag. This will keep the paint from bleeding through.

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

Pour some paint onto a pallet or paper plate and use the cotton swabs to make polkadots! Easy peasy! If you’re working with kids, or in a batch, it’s easiest to do one color at a time.

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

Remove the paper and let the bags dry. You can heatset with an iron, but it’s not crucial.

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

For the spider web, I used black paint and a small paintbrush. You can probably sketch out the general design but I like to live on the wild side.

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

Just like in elementary school, paint a few straight lines then connect them with a few droopy lines to make a web. I ran into the problem of having my lines look too…. sketchy? So if that happens, make sure you have a full brush then paint outside in.

Create these simple Painted Halloween Mini-Giftbags for all of your holiday treats and goodies! A quick project for everyone to enjoy!

What are your favorite Halloween projects?
Loved this project? Don’t forget to PIN it to your Halloween or Crafts boards!

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Create an Easy Halloween Backdrop

on October 5, 2017

Make your own Easy Halloween with some streamers and googly eyes! Check out this simple tutorial for a fun table prop or photo backdrop. Great for bloggers, instagram backgrounds and halloween parties!

Make your own Easy Halloween with some streamers and googly eyes! Check out this simple tutorial for a fun table prop or photo backdrop. Great for bloggers, instagram backgrounds and halloween parties! 

Happy Halloween Season! While I should save this for maybe a round up post – that I will probably never write – this is my current morbid youtube obsession. Skip this if you’re squeamish. Just sayin. I had this whole post nearly written and got sidetracked for 2 hours watching these videos. I’m not ridiculously into death, but I do like random factoids and OMG there are so many!

Moving on – One of the things I’m constantly on the search for in this crazy world is backdrops. Whether it’s for instagram photos, blog photos, or random things that I think are really pretty and can turn things into. My current go-to backdrops are the ones you see on this blog – pink, yellow and blue. I’m currently painting some different shades of these, but you’ll probably see those later. However… this particular backdrop was inspired by a trip to the dollar tree – where, oddly enough, a lot of my ideas come from.

I did my backdrop on a piece of foam core, but if you’re sizing up to cover… say a wall, you’ll need a few other items. Let’s get started shall we!?!

How to Create an Easy Halloween Backdrop

Make your own Easy Halloween with some streamers and googly eyes! Check out this simple tutorial for a fun table prop or photo backdrop. Great for bloggers, instagram backgrounds and halloween parties! 

Supplies:

Black foam core board – for small scale
2 Black Vinyl Tablecloths – for large scale (optional)
Masking Tape or Painters tape
White crepe paper streamers
Self adhesive googly eyes (or stick them on with glue dots)

1. If you’re using plastic table cloths, go ahead and secure them to the wall with painters tape as far up as you can get it.

2. Attach streamers at the top of the wall or to the BACK of your foam core board approximately 1-2 inches apart depending on your aesthetic.

Make your own Easy Halloween with some streamers and googly eyes! Check out this simple tutorial for a fun table prop or photo backdrop. Great for bloggers, instagram backgrounds and halloween parties! 

3. Gently twist each streamer down the wall or foam core board and attach it to the bottom of the wall or back of the board.

4. Attach or glue googly eyes to the streamers. For the foam core board, I went through one package and attached them using Aileens Tacky Glue Pen.

Make your own Easy Halloween with some streamers and googly eyes! Check out this simple tutorial for a fun table prop or photo backdrop. Great for bloggers, instagram backgrounds and halloween parties! 

Make your own Easy Halloween with some streamers and googly eyes! Check out this simple tutorial for a fun table prop or photo backdrop. Great for bloggers, instagram backgrounds and halloween parties! 

5. Allow the glue to dry and you’re ready to rock your background! I absolutely adore the little googly eye details! I went for “monster” eyes, but there are so many different kinds and sizes to choose from! What would you go for?

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