Now that cooler weather has finally hit, Ariean from One Krieger Chick says she is ready to “fallify” her home. Generally Ariean sticks to fall décor that can remain up through Thanksgiving, but she also likes to throw in some fun Halloween decorations for the kids. Ariean spotted a “darling sign with a not-so-darling price […Read More]
Less than $20 for a wooden Halloween sign from Pottery Barn Kids may not seem so bad. However, if you consider buying two or three signs to display together, the dollars start adding up. And if you consider that you could make the signs for free like Amie from Pinkapotamus, well, that seems like a no-brainer! All Amie needed was some scrap pallet wood from her stash and paint to deck out her porch with a trio of festive signs.