With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it has come time to give thanks to your loved ones during the holiday season. While your family may be having its own Thanksgiving celebration, consider also showing your closest friends how much they mean to you too with a celebration of their own. Here are a few do-it-yourself ideas help you create a Friendsgiving dinner party.
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As colder weather approaches, everyone will soon resort to curling up under a pile of blankets as it will be too chilly for outdoor activities. In light of cozy season, here are three DIY's to prepare for at-home movie nights to create the perfect alternative for cold weather activities.
October brings many fall activities, such as apple picking, trick-or-treating and carving jack-o’-lanterns for Halloween. Many of us head to the pumpkin patch to pick out a pumpkin to carve our favorite designs in before Oct. 31. Instead of throwing away the pumpkin seeds while carving out your pumpkin this year, try making these three pumpkin seeds flavorings for a sweet, spicy or savory festive treat.
Autumn is finally here, and alongside the crisp air and colorful leaves, fall decorations are beginning to pop up in stores and on porches around Muncie. As the fall holidays quickly approach, it is time to prepare yourself and your home for the fun that lies ahead with these three do-it-yourself room decorations for the new season.
With the start of the school year finally here, it’s time to settle back at our desks to work on any essays and projects assigned to us this semester. As homework piles up, some of us may begin seeing our desks getting messy and unorganized. To help keep your desk organized this semester, consider these two DIYs that use materials you can find in your home or dorm room.
There are some holidays most Americans have begun to expect a big party attached to, including St. Patrick’s Day.
For those who love the sight of snow but hate the chilly temperatures that come with it, there are easy solutions to fulfill your longing for the frozen water.
Sometimes it can be hard to part with a wall calendar, especially if it has the perfect theme and the perfect pictures.
During the holidays, people tend to rediscover their kitchen tables by clearing off everything accumulated from the rest of the year in preparation to host family.
If you’ve ever been trick or treating, you know that some houses hand out better candy options than others. You may have even memorized the best places to stop when you were a kid.
These Valentine’s Day gifts are something unique to give your friends, family or significant other on a holiday filled with love and can be made in just a few simple steps.
These inexpensive decorations and gifts are easy to make and a great way to get into the holiday spirit. Whether you need a gift to give your friend or you want to make your space more festive, here are a few ways to hand-make your holidays:
These Thanksgiving decorations can be made in five steps or less. Decorate your table, door and walls to celebrate the final weeks of fall.
With October finally here, it’s time to embrace the change of the seasons — even if the weather doesn't always agree. Make your dorm or apartment feel more like fall with these do-it-yourself candle and centerpiece crafts.
Imagine sitting on a sandy beach while drinking this tequila-based drink! Cheers!
As the holiday season approaches, make your dorm or apartment festive with these three do-it-yourself decorations.
Looking for some easy, inexpensive do-it-yourself projects to get into the Thanksgiving spirit? Try one of these projects.
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