We Lived Happily Ever After: November 2015

Monday, November 30, 2015

Free DIY Snowflake Mini Banner


 Hey guys! I have a super cute tutorial & freebie to get you ready for December! 

I made the most adorable mini bunting banner using some cute snowflake graphics from Graphic StockI'll be sharing the links to them as digital graphics tomorrow, so stay tuned!


 To use the banner in your home decor, you first have to print the template I created. The link is at the bottom of this post.


Once printed, trim along the faint lines. 
  

Then just glue them onto some twine.


Ta-Da!

It's my new favorite contribution to my Christmas Decor!


This printable is free for personal use, and is not to be sold or distributed. See my Terms of Use included in the folder for more info.

This post was sponsored by Graphic Stock, and affiliate links are included. All opinions are my own, because I only promote things that I love and think you will love too! :)

XOXO



Monday, November 23, 2015

How to Create Your Own Watercolor Graphics


Hey guys! So the number one requested tutorial I get from readers is how I digitize my watercolor graphics. It's a trade secret that is really super simple, and I am FINALLY sharing it with you all!

First, you need artwork, but that goes without saying. Second, you need photoshop. Third, you really, really want a wacom tablet. 



Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Bike Printable

Here's a little vintage Bike Printable for you all. It is short, and simple, which sometimes makes the best home decor in my opinion! 

To get this bike as a digital graphic freebie, see my post here.

 If you are having issues using this download link, please reference my FAQ post HERE to troubleshoot it.

This printable is free for personal use, and is not to be sold or distributed. See my Terms of Use included in the folder for more info.




Thursday, November 12, 2015

DIY HUTCH | PART 2



So I have been wanting a barn door for ages. But I have nowhere to put one in my small house. When I convinced my wonderful husband to build me a hutch, and we decided to try out a barn door on it.

When I was researching how to build a barn door, most of the tutorials I found required expensive barn door hardware, or had complicated DIY's on bending & drilling through metal. I got a big headache, because I also wanted to make it into a DIY bypassing barn door.

Then I had a light bulb moment: Use a Closet Door Track! Heck yes! Lowes had one the width I needed for under $20. It is seriously super easy, y'all.

So here is my how to:



Monday, November 9, 2015

DIY FARM HUTCH | PART 1


Hey everyone! We have been working on redoing our kitchen for the past few months, and I am loving all the changes! It's a small, galley style kitchen, and I wanted to add some interest to the dining area that flows on the end of it. We originally had a "hand me down" table there. But honestly, it took up too much space for our little house... and it was ugly. So we finally ditched it and came up with a better (and prettier!) solution for the space, as you can see from this post!



Monday, November 2, 2015

The Hunter & The Deer: Sibling Costumes


Hey guys! I just got back from my sister's wedding, thus the post gap. I'm not a blog post scheduler, I am more of an "in the moment" blogger. I post as things happen... Which sometimes means that I am busy chasing my three year old and trying to feed my 8 month old (who is a bottomless pit) instead of being a "good blogger."

But don't worry, I'm not going anywhere!!! :P

This year we didn't really go all out on the trick or treating. I mean, we literally got home right before Halloween, so I didn't have any costume plans for the kids. The wedding kinda monopolized my brain. Lol.

But I winged it, and came up with an adorable sibling combination: the hunter and the deer!