Kristen from Down Home Inspiration shares at Yellow Bliss Road how you can make adorable no-sew trick-or-treat bags for your kiddos this Halloween – for only $2.50! She says, “Personalized, adorable, one of a kind bags for less than three bucks?! You can’t go wrong there.” This project really is as simple as basic cutting [...Read More]
Debbie from Confessions of a Plate Addict shares how to make your own boo-tiful Pottery Barn-inspired pillow for Halloween “without sewing a stitch!” Debbie first added her text to a piece of burlap using a technique with artist’s charcoal. Then she made her envelope cover with hemming tape and added trim with hot glue. Here’s [...Read More]
If you are looking for a spooktacular idea from your Halloween decor, check out these Pottery Barn inspired skull prints from Megan at Polish the Stars! Megan pulled together some items she had on hand to create her eerie piece of artwork that features the anatomy of the skull. She shares her steps for aging [...Read More]
Debi from Cameo Cottage Designs loves to save money and says “…when I find something in the high end stores and think I can make it, I try!” She was shopping online at Pottery Barn when she saw a cute mummy pillow. Her youngest grandson also saw the pillow, and when he asked Debi if [...Read More]
Like Jami from An Oregon Cottage, you may find yourself repeatedly inspired by Pottery Barn’s catalog, especially when it comes to holiday and seasonal décor. A couple years ago Jami was inspired to recreate several items from their fall line, including some distress white ceramic turkeys and these lovely book page pumpkins. For this project, [...Read More]
I know I am not alone when I say I love the dollar store. There are all sorts of hidden treasures in there. Sharon from The Blue Willow House found one of those treasures when she stumbled upon a plastic moveable skeleton that reminded her of a cute garland she’d been eyeing from Pottery Barn Kids. Sharon scooped up five packages and strung the dancing skeletons together in front of her fireplace. They look mighty happy about Sharon’s savings!
There are knock off projects that save you a bundle but take hours to complete. Then there are those that save you a bundle but take only 15 minutes or less to complete. This Halloween project from Angie of The Country Chic Cottage is the latter. Woohoo! Angie simply painted a thrifted vase white and then glued on a white foam bone hand from the dollar store. Already have a white vase? Then you are looking at a minute or two for a pretty convincing Pottery Barn knock off!