35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic

Pumpkins are an essential part of fall decorating, especially for Halloween!  But let’s face it, they can be a pain to carve – from the mess, to the time investment, to the difficulty level.  If you’ve got young kids, carving pumpkins can be a daunting task!  And sadly, hollowed out pumpkins often become a pile of mush far before we’d like them to.  If you’re ready to give no-carve pumpkin decorating a try, here’s loads of awesome inspiration for you!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins1. Tissue Paper Damask Pumpkins – All you need is some mod podge and tissue paper to make some fancy damask-patterned pumpkins.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins2. Glow in the Dark Pumpkins – These super fun pumpkins look great during the day and glow different colors at night!  They’ll be a hit with kids.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins3. Tissue Paper Spotted Pumpkins – Here’s another idea with mod podge and tissue paper – just punch out circles and paste them on.  Overlap for a fun polka dotted look.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins4. Candy Corn Chevron Pumpkin – tape off a few lines of chevron and use puffy paint for a fun distressed effect.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins5. Golden Paper Doily Pumpkins – Use cut up gold paper doilies for some gilded pumpkins with no effort.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins6. Potato Head Pumpkins – Use actual potato head pieces to dress pumpkins up as characters!  Just pre-drill small holes in the general facial feature spots.  Young kids will love this!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins7. Yarn Wrapped Pumpkins – Wrap your pumpkins up for a fun, comfy cozy look.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins8. Felt Pumpkin Costumes – These felt pieces are glued on, or attached to toothpicks and then stuck into the pumpkin.  It’s a fun way to get the kids involved and create lots of different characters.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins9. Fancy Masked Pumpkin – Here’s another fun way to create different characters with your kids – use magazines, glue and masks (along with any other craft supplies you have like pom poms, feathers and sequins) to make funny masked pumpkins.  The cool thing about these is that the decorations are removable, if you decide you want to paint them differently later or use them for Thanksgiving next month!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins10. Gold-Flecked Pumpkins – Here’s a grown-up, subtle, gilded pumpkin – just paint white and add flecks of glitter with glue.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins11. Washi Tape Pumpkins – You can add washi tape to just about anything – including pumpkins!  These too are impermanent, making them a great cross-over decoration going into November since you can decorate them differently later.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins12. Doily Stencil Pumpkins – Use paper doilies as a stencil and sharpie around your pumpkin top for a fancy, detailed look.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins13. Finger-paint Toddler Friendly Pumpkins – Let your little one go to town with finger-paints!  He’ll love looking at his masterpiece all month long!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins14. Crayon Melt Pumpkin – Take the crayon melt artwork off the canvas and put it on your pumpkin this year!  This is a messy, fun and creative way to decorate a pumpkin.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins15. Ombre Spider Web Pumpkins – These spiderwebs were created with skinny tape, then painted over with a sponge brush in two different orange colors.  It’ll only take minutes to do.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins16. Toddler Friendly Chalk Pumpkins – These pumpkins have a secret.  It’s CLEAR chalk paint!  Keep the orange of the pumpkin for Halloween, but allow your kids to chalk them up as much as they want!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins17. Lashes and Staches Pumpkins – These pumpkins have a lot of personality – and all it takes is cardstock, scissors and double-sided tape!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins18. Lace Stocking Pumpkins – Save your black lace stockings or stock up when they’re on clearance!  Stuff your pumpkin inside and close the top around the pumpkin stem with a black rubber band or ribbon!  They look classy and gothic.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins19. Black and White Striped Pumpkin – Here’s a fun black and white pumpkin you can paint with normal craft paint.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins20. Ribbon Pumpkins – The ribbons on this pumpkin are hot glued directly to it – from stem to bottom – along the veins.  It’s cute and easy!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins21. Neon Paint Dipped Pumpkins – For something totally different than the normal orange and black, try these neon dipped pumpkins in all sorts of fun colors!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins22. Button Pumpkins – These pumpkins are – dare I say it?  Cute as a button!  All you need is glue and some buttons you don’t mind giving up.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins23. Duct Tape Face Pumpkins – Cut sheets of duct tape into facial features and stick it on for an easy, personalized pumpkin face.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins24. Masked Owl Pumpkin – Make your pumpkin a cute felt owl mask to wear; and make sure to glue on some googly eyes!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins25. Thumbtack and Sharpie Pumpkins – Make a sharpie spiderweb by following the pumpkin veins, or create a ghost out of white thumbtacks!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins26. Chalkboard Word Find Pumpkins – Using chalkboard paint and letter stickers you can create a word find pumpkin that all bibliophiles will love!  Use spooky, Halloween-y words.  Then, switch out the letters and use Thanksgiving words for November decor!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins27. Rhinestone Pumpkins – Using jewels and tiny rhinestones, you can glue on a fancy, sparkly design.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins28. Pumpkin Totem – Stack your pumpkins up, paint on some eyes and glue ricrac mouths on for a super cute Halloween totem.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins29. Confetti Dot Pumpkin – These confetti dots make a plain white pumpkin cute and festive!  Pop by your office supply store, because they’re an unexpected decoration – colored brads!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins30. Sunflower Pumpkin – Decorate your pumpkin with fake sunflowers for a look that will carry all through fall, not just Halloween.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins31. Tangled Web Pumpkins – Wrap your pumpkin in a bit of twine and glue on a spider for some easy, creepy decor.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins32. Donut Pumpkins – These little pumpkins are painted like sprinkled donuts for an unexpected and unique twist.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins33. Mummy Pumpkin – You can use gauze or paper streamers to make your pumpkin into a mummy!

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins34. Marbled Pumpkins – Instead of painting your pumpkin, use nail polish instead.  Get instructions for how to create a marbleized look.

 

35 No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Inspirations - Tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweenDIY, #pumpkin, #nocarvepumpkins35. Googly Eye Pumpkins – For a subtle yet fun pumpkin the kids are sure to love, hot glue different sized googly eyes all over!

 

Here are some more no-carve pumpkin ideas you’ll love!

 

Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on FacebookPinterest,Bloglovin’ and Instagram. Email her at: bugabooblog(at)yahoo.com

Title picture courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens.  Get more ideas at the link.

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25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations

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25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic

 

Halloween is quickly approaching; is your yard ready??  If you like to decorate the house for this spooky holiday, but are looking for new ideas we’ve got you covered.  Whether you’re short on time, want to go all out, or just need some fresh inspiration, you’ll find plenty of fun outdoor Halloween decorations that’ll meet your needs!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky1. Trash Bag Spiderwebs – What better way to save on decorations than to use something you already have on hand?  Black trash bags are perfect outdoor decor, too because they weather well.  This is an easy project that’ll spook-ify your house in no time.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky2. Trash Bag Spider – While you’re at it, construct a giant spider from black trash bags as well!  You’ll need a few more materials to construct the whole thing, but the effect is totally worth it!  Place him in front of your trash bag spider webs!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky3. Magnetic Spiders – And for even more spider fun, whip up these little spider magnets!  They can be used indoors or out, on anything metal.  Dress up your door or metal mailbox.  Make all different sizes.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky4. Spider Egg Sac – But where did all your spiders come from?  Hang a bunch of these spider egg sacs on your porch to really creep people out!  You don’t need anything expensive to make them, and they come together quickly.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky5. Itsy Bitsy Spider Wreath – Finish off your spider theme with a spider door wreath!  This one is understated but creepy and will look perfect with your other spider decorations.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky6. Ghostly Draperies – These lightweight, inexpensive drapes set a ghostly mood hung from your porch, railings or doorway.  They’re so easy to create, you’ll be done decorating in 1/2 an hour!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky7. Floating Heads – Some floating ghostly heads hanging in the corner of your porch will surely set a creepy tone this Halloween!  All you need are some styrofoam mannequin heads to start.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky8. Cheesecloth Ghosts – For a less creepy but still ghostly vibe, try these cheesecloth ghosts.  They won’t scare the kids like a dismembered head will, but they’re super versatile.  Hang them from a tree or the porch or simply set them in the yard because they stand on they’re own!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky9. Giant Lawn Eyeballs – These eyeballs are sure to delight trick-or-treaters!  They’re made from different sized balls and are quite easy to paint.  You could stick them in a bush or tree to give the illusion that something large is lurking there!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky10. Googly Eye Wreath – With ping pong balls and gooogly eyes (and a lot of hot glue), you can make a super fun eyeball wreath for your front door.  You can find ping pong balls in bulk on Amazon, which cuts down on the cost for this project!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky11. Glowing Eyeballs – Here’s another use for ping pong balls!  Paint a few to look like eyeballs using the tutorial, then cut a slit in the bottom and slide them over flameless tea light candles.  Scatter them around the yard or bushes.  By day, they’re creepy looking eyeballs, and by night they glow!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky12. Cardboard Tombstones – Here’s a super easy way to turn your front yard into a cemetery.  It doesn’t take a lot of money or skill, and you can personalize the tombstones any way you’d like!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky13. “Yard Work” Skeletons – These life-sized skeletons are hard at work in the front yard… but what are they doing??  A creepy kind of work, for sure, as visitors will soon discover!  Get the how-to for posing and keeping them stationary.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky14. Tipsy Pumpkin Planter – This cute planter is made from inexpensive jack-o-lantern buckets.  If you like a cuter take on Halloween and don’t want your yard to scare away the little ones, this might be the perfect decoration for your yard!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky15. Floating Witch Hat Luminaries – Snag a few simple witch hats and create a super fun and unique hanging centerpiece for your porch!  String them up and insert a cheap light stick inside.  Voila!  A floating luminary that appears suspended by black magic!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky16. Cornhusk Witches – Here’s a cute and quick idea; one that’s great for older kids who like to craft.  Whip up a bunch of cornhusk witches and you’ve got a coven for your porch or entry!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky17. Bubbling Witch Cauldron – This bubbling cauldron and tripod is completely DIY.  It lights up and best of all, can be saved and used year after year.  There’s a bit of building and construction involved, but it makes a nice statement in the center of the yard!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky18. Mummy Figure – Though the supply list for this build is a bit intensive, the results are creepy and cool.  Make a few half-sized mummies and plant them along your walkway, as if they’re popping up from the grave!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky19. Paper Bag Luminaries – Here’s something fun to do with the kids!  Cut or punch out Halloween shapes, landscapes and words from normal paper bags.  Then place them along your sidewalk, steps or porch with flameless candles inside.  They’re easy, cheap, fun to make and will glow eerily all night long.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky20. Foam Chains – If you want to add some creepiness to a vignette you’ve already planned out, you can easily and cheaply make your own chain links and piece them together.  They look way better then the plastic kind and are less expensive.  Plus you can make them as long as you want and they are super lightweight since they are made out of foam.  Wrap them around skeletons, hang them with ghostly cheesecloth draperies, or use them as a ghastly garland for your railing!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky21. Candy Corn Sunburst Wreath – This super cute idea won’t creep anyone out, but it’s the perfect nod to that famous sweet treat of Halloween, candy corn!  The candy corn in the sunburst is made from styrofoam cones which have been shaped and painted as giant candy pieces.  Hang on your front door to welcome trick-or-treaters!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky22. Giant Tentacle Monster – Here’s a giant idea that’s sure to make you the talk of the neighborhood this year!  It’s fairly time intensive, from planning to creating, so it’s not for the feint of heart.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky23. “The Raven” inspired porch decor – Fan of Edgar Allen Poe?  Take a look at this porch set up, which was inspired by “The Raven.”  It’s spooky, but totally subtle.  Those who aren’t into the gory side of Halloween will appreciate that!

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky24. Spooky Snake Doormat – This doormat doesn’t exactly welcome guests inside… but it sure does scream creepy Halloween!  You can make a similar one with just a few items in one afternoon.

 

25 Clever Outdoor Halloween Decorations - Tipsaholic. #Halloween, #decorations, #halloweendecor, #Halloweendiy, #spooky25. Man-Eating Plants – If you’re looking for something truly unique this year, these giant man-eating plants are for you!  Though they do take some time to put together, they’re actually easier to make then they appear.  You could group a few in pots by your door to ward away pesky neighbors… or make kids stick their hands inside to get their candy out!

 

Title picture courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens.  Get more information at the link.

 

Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on FacebookPinterest,Bloglovin’ and Instagram. Email her at: bugabooblog(at)yahoo.com

 

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55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes for Kids

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With Halloween just around the corner, no doubt your kids are clamoring for their favorite characters, monsters and dress-ups.  Quality costumes can be pricey, and inexpensive costumes can fall apart.  If you’d like to try a handmade get-up for the young ones this year, but are short on time, there are plenty of no-sew options out there!  For boys and girls, toddlers and tweens, here are the best tutorials that will teach you how to create the perfect no-sew Halloween costumes!

 

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Snowy Owl – This enormously cute owl costume is quite detailed and takes a bit of time to construct, but it’s all no-sew and totally DIY-able.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesBats – These last minute bat costumes are easy and cute!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesButterfly – There are templates provided for the wings and mask shapes, so you can easily whip up a butterfly of your favorite color.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesShark – This great white shark is warm and cozy, but easy to make.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesLion – Make this fabulous lion mane in no time flat and pair it with tan sweats for a ridiculously easy animal costume.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesCow – This cute cow takes no time at all to glue together.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesTurtle – Make an adorable little turtle with felt, polyfil, glue and felt!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesSkunk – Grab some fake fur and a feather boa to create the tell-tale stripes in this super sweet skunk!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesSnail – The main feature of this snail – the shell – is constructed out of brown kraft paper!  It comes together with your little one’s normal tan clothing, so everything is easy-peasy and reusable.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesBee – Here’s a cute bee that’s great for a boy or a girl and is super easy to create.  It’ll take just one afternoon to finish.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesDinosaur – The basis of this costume is an oversized sweatshirt.  Glue on some awesome felt spikes and you’ve got a cute and super simple dino!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesUnicorn – Bits of felt are pinned onto a sweatshirt for the mane and tail, while felt pieces are wound into a cone shape with ribbon.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesDragon – This how-to will give you the low down for creating a mask and wings, all entirely no-sew, for any color and type of dragon you want.

 

Food

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesCotton Candy – Use polyfil for the body and poster-board for the cone hat and you’ve got some giant cotton candy straight from the circus.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesEasy Mac – You’ll never believe what the noodles are made from in this ingenious costume.  Toilet paper tubes!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesFrench Fries – Use a long foam cushion to create the fries in this cardboard fry box you can easily strap on.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesPopcorn – Tape or pin yellow or white balloons in bunches around your chest and head for popcorn.  Update an existing white dress with taped on red construction paper stripes.  Easy, cute and creative!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesHamburger – This hamburger (complete with sesame seeds!) is made from fabric but entirely no-sew.  All the layers are glued and held over your shoulders with straps.  The pickle hat really completes the look!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesDonut – There couldn’t be anything cuter than a baby donut with sprinkles!  Basically, you just make a small donut pillow out of felt, stuff it and glue it together!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesBirthday Cake – Who doesn’t love birthday cake?!  Create the triangle shape out of cardboard, and with it strapped around your child’s shoulders, they become the candle with the paper flame headband!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesCupcake – Based on a Pottery Barn Kids costume, this cupcake suit it adorable.  There’s a cherry hat as well, just to top it all off!

 

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesPineapple and Strawberry – With just one strategic cut and a few lines drawn with black marker, these felt ponchos are the perfect fruit duo.  Add some little caps and you’ve got a pineapple and strawberry that can be worn over very warm clothing – perfect!

 

 

From the Movies

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesPrince Charming – Use a white button down shirt to create this very charming look!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesSuperheroes – Any superhero at all can be created with felt and glue!  These vests can be worn over normal clothing or sweatsuits.  They’ll double as dress-ups after Halloween is over.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesBuzz Lightyear – It looks incredibly detailed and well done, but don’t be deceived.  This costume is totally no-sew, created with paints, regular clothing, cardboard and few other everyday supplies.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesMinions – There’s almost nothing you can say about these amazing minions.  They’re somewhat elaborate in their construction so they take some time to create, but they’re made from easy to find materials and aren’t difficult to reproduce.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesSleeping Beauty – While this particular tutorial is for Sleeping Beauty, you could easily adapt this for most any Disney princess just by changing the colors.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesPocahontas – Designed around an existing tan dress, the details on this costume are perfect.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesElsa – Using a t-shirt and fabric paint (along with tulle and sequins), you can create a princess dress (Elsa, or anyone else!) that can be worn even after Halloween is over.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesOlaf – This cute little Olaf costume is super easy to throw together and all you need to start is a white sweatsuit and a white winter hat!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesCharlie Brown – Draw the tell-tale black zig zag on a yellow t-shirt and add one black curl on the forehead with eyeliner and your bald baby makes the perfect Charlie Brown.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesMickey Mouse – Simple regular clothes can be easily turned into Mickey Mouse – use yellow shoe covers or even shower caps glued over shoes, and make some ears on a headband to complete the look.  If you’ve got a Minnie Mouse fan, swap the red shorts for a red skirt and tape on white paper dots!

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesPrincess Leia – The robe for this Leia costume is made using fabric tape, but you could glue it together as well.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesJedi Knight Robes – With felt and some fabric belts you can do some creative cutting to make these Jedi robes.  Bonus: There’s a how-to for Princess Leia bun headbands as well!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesAudrey Hepburn – Turn your little girl into Audrey Hepburn a la Breakfast at Tiffany’s with some black tulle, sunglasses and pearls.  Easy, classy and so adorable.

 

Miscellaneous Characters

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesNinja – It takes no time at all (and very little cost) to cut this colored long-sleeved t-shirt into a ninja jacket.  Paired with sweatpants and some super easy kid-friendly, DIY nunchucks this costume is sure to be a hit.

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesSock Hop Girl – The 50’s are back – and if you can believe it, this cute poodle skirt is entirely no-sew!  All you need is felt and ribbon!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesMinecraft Guy – Use cardboard to create some Minecraft armor and your kid will think you’re pretty awesome.

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesKnight – These knight costumes are also made out of felt pieces glued together.  Pair them with some inexpensive props to complete the look.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesMummy – Rip up some white fabric and grab some fabric glue to create this super cute little mummy.  You don’t even need scissors!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesCowboy – All you need to do is cut and paste faux leather or suede to make chaps and a vest for your cowboy!  Cut strategically to make some fringe and you’re good to go!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesConstruction Worker (Emmet) – If your kids still love The Lego Movie, you can turn this awesome construction t-shirt into Emmet, no problem! Otherwise, add a hard hat and a stop sign prop and you’ve got a great generic construction costume.  The t-shirt is put together entirely with tape!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesMonster – This baby beast is pretty adorable.  Deck your kiddo out in head to toe faux fur, add some horns to a hat, and stuff some extra tights or socks to add more legs.  Use a glue gun for quick work.

 

 

Random Things

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesFluffy Cloud – With a bit of patience, you can turn papier mache into a wearable fluffy cloud by adding pillow stuffing or batting.  For even more fun, make it a rain cloud by hanging paper raindrops with fishing line to the under side!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesHot Air Balloon – Grab a basket and connect it to a giant balloon with ribbons or rope for this super clever hot air balloon!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesCrayon – There are tons of ways to create a simple crayon outfit for very inexpensive.  Felt or tape, colored poster board and construction paper with a cone shaped hat in your choice of crayon color will do the trick!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesFlower Pot – This adorable pot of flowers started out as a large plastic pot, a thrift store sweater, a dollar store hat and a bunch of silk flowers.  Add a glue gun and some ribbon straps to hold it up and you’ve got the cutest little bunch of flowers on the block!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesCactus – This is a super easy idea and great for last minute costumers.  All you need are solid green clothes – a dress is cute, but you could do cheap leggings and a t-shirt too.  Then hot glue bits of knotted yarn all over for the prickers and make up some colorful pom poms for the flowers and you’ve got a great saguaro!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesTree – Here’s a cute idea to add interest to a tree costume!  This shirt is cut into strips on the bottom, pulled to create fringe and then spotted with glued on felt leaves.  Add a green tank underneath along with brown pants for the trunk and you’ve got a creative take on a tree!

 

 

Accessories and Extras

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesSuper Hero Capes – If your super hero needs a cape, this is a great tutorial for making one out of felt that’s completely no-sew and very easy.

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesHooded Cape – Little Red Riding Hood?  Witch?  Wizard?  Princess?  They all need hooded capes!  Amazingly, you can create one with this great no-sew technique!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesBird Wings – These awesome bird wings can be created in any color felt for your choice of bird!  They take a lot of cutting and gluing, but it’s easy to do (even if it’s not super fast…)

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesFelt Animal Masks – A cute mask can be the easiest costume there is when paired with the right colored clothes.  You can make these using the free templates, some elastic and fabric glue!

 

55 Amazing No-Sew Halloween Costumes For Kids - Tipsaholic, #halloween, #costumes, #DIY, #no-sew, #halloweencostumesGnome Hat – Toddlers make great tiny gnomes, and here’s the easiest way to create a felt gnome hat in no time!  Pair it with a fake white beard and long blue shirt with striped leggings and you’re good to go!

 

Title picture courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens.  Get the no-sew Costume tutorial at the link, along with other easy ideas.

 

Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on FacebookPinterest,Bloglovin’ and Instagram. Email her at: bugabooblog(at)yahoo.com

 

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10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids

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10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - Tipsaholic

 

Halloween is a favorite among kids – all the costumes, candy and fun crafts and treats give them lots to love!  If you’re hosting a Halloween kids’ party this year, are in charge of games for your child’s classroom or just want to play some fun games at home, there are tons of Halloween themed games you can find around the internet.  Here are our top 10 fun Halloween games for kids to get you started.

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games1. Pumpkin Toss Game – All you need is a cardboard box and some poster board to create this fun target toss game.  Use orange ping pong balls or tennis balls for ammunition – or if you’re playing outside you could even use tiny pumpkins!

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games2. Ghost Cup Stack – Turn inexpensive plastic cups into ghosts with a black sharpie!  It takes literally seconds.  Then you can play the game one of two ways.  Divide into teams and race to see which team can stack their cups into a pyramid the fastest, OR use a beanbag to try and knock the stack down!  (The link above has tons more ghost party ideas for you as well.)

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games3. Skeleton Scavenger Hunt – The scavenger hunt described at the link used plastic skeletons broken into pieces and hidden around the neighborhood, then snapped back together as they were found.  But you could do the exact same thing using cardstock skeletons you’ve created yourself and hiding them anywhere you’d like.  Then use tape to put the bones together.

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games4. Unwrap the Mummy – This is pretty popular as a birthday party game (minus the mummy theme) and kids love it!  Wrap up Halloween toys and candy in a roll of toilet paper, glue on googly eyes and let the kids at it!  Each child takes a turn unwrapping until they discover a prize, then pass it to the next child who continues.  Everyone wins!

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games5. Web Walk – Don’t tell the kids, but they’re actually learning as they play this game!  Tape off a web on your floor with painter’s tape.  Scatter spiders all throughout the web.  The kids have to walk the lines of the web and pick up all the spiders to win, but if they step off the web or fall they have to start over at the beginning!  Make it more difficult by adding “ghost” obstacles!  Encourage problem solving, critical thinking and gross motor skills!

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games6. Witch Hat Ring Toss – Repurpose your diving rings for this toss – which is made with paper cones and foam board.  It’s inexpensive to create and you’re kids will have a blast matching the rings to the buckles on the hat and trying to get them all!

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games7. Lair of the Spider Queen – Make an obstacle course in your hallway with white streamers – the spider’s web!  Decorate the hallway and streamers with small spiders (and a big spider queen if you have one!).  Then the kids can have a fun time trying to make it through the web without knocking down any webs.

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games8. Tin Can Bowling – Paint and decorate empty tin cans headed for recycling to look like Halloween monsters.  The kids can help you for even more fun crafting time!  Then set them up as bowling pins and take turns using a tennis ball to knock them all down.

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games9. Pin the Bowtie on Mr. Bones – Use the free template to cut out Mr. Bones the skeleton.  Create bows out of ribbons and add glue dots or double sided tape to the back.  Blindfold the kids and have them pin on the bow tie!

 

10 Fun Halloween Games for Kids - tipsaholic, #Halloween, #halloweengames, #kidgames, #games10. Snake Eyes – Decorate water bottles with snake eye lids, then hide matching pairs of Halloween themed prizes in them.  Place them in the mailing tube structure and let the kids take turns pulling two randomly.  If the prizes match, they get to keep them!

 

Title picture is courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens.

 

Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on FacebookPinterest,Bloglovin’ and Instagram. Email her at: bugabooblog(at)yahoo.com

 

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25 DIY Hair Care Products You’ll Love

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils

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Hair it is, happening all week! Check out all the fun hair ideas here or follow along on social media with #HairItIs.

 

Whether you want to skip the chemicals, get salon looks without the salon price, or just try something new, making your own hair care products is a fantastic option!  You can customize scents, adjust for hair type and texture, and create personalized results – and you’ll be surprised at how easy most are to make.  So save yourself a trip to the salon for your next round of hot oil treatment: you can DIY that!  And make yourself nearly any hair product you need, from gel to dry shampoo!  Keep reading for 25 favorite DIY hair care products.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils1. Hair Detox – If your hair feels weighed down by products and over-styling, this detox will take a load off!  It’s just like detoxing your body – use the solution sparingly for a clarifying, exfoliating effect and your hair will thank you for getting rid of all that build up.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils2. Baking Soda and Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse – This is probably the easiest of the DIY hair regimes.  It involves scrubbing your hair with a baking soda solution (to counteract natural oily buildup) and following this with an apple cider rinse, which helps to restore pH to your scalp.  The final step is to rinse with cold water.  With this simple guide, you should seal in moisture and have sleek, shiny hair.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils3. Green Tea and Lemon Hair Rinse – Green tea is an effective ingredient in beauty and hair products.  You can harness the nourishing qualities by simply rinsing your hair with some cooled, brewed green tea (mixed with just a few other ingredients).  It’s a source of vitamins E and C, it can heal split ends, repair damage, and strengthen hair.  It’s known for helping with dandruff and hair growth.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils4. Rice Water – Don’t toss the water after making rice!  Apparently, after boiling rice you can save the milky “rice water” and use it as a conditioner for your hair.  The rice proteins fill in any cracks and splits, making your hair smooth and shiny.  Who knew it was so easy?

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils5. Coconut Shampoo – In this recipe, you combine the power of coconut milk with castile soap along with your choice of essential oils.  Castile soap is good for all hair types, so this shampoo is a basic recipe that fits nearly everyone.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils6. pH Balanced Shampoo – Not only does this shampoo include all the benefits of other homemade products – like smoothing, moisturizing and repairing abilities of honey, coconut oil and jojoba – It’s created with a PH that closely matches the average scalp, which can reduce the chance of itchiness and flaking.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils7. Honey Shampoo – Raw honey does wonders for hair, as you’ve likely already read.  You can quickly whip up this shampoo, with only three very simple ingredients and you get all the power of honey – smoothing, moisturizing, nourishing, repairing frizz and split ends.  Plus, it’s super gentle for those with sensitive scalps.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils8. Dry Shampoo Spray – Dry shampoo took the beauty care world by storm, and now you can make your own in a matter of minutes!  This dry shampoo is actually a spray – meaning it’s a liquid you apply to slightly damp hair, then style as normal.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils9. Dry Shampoo Powder for Blond or Brunette – If you prefer the powder form of dry shampoo – which you simply sprinkle on your already dry roots when you need to touch up some oily spots – you can make that too!  It costs just pennies to make and you’ve likely already got everything you need in your kitchen!

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils10. Leave-in Conditioner – The base for this yummy leave-in conditioner is coconut milk, so it smells good enough to eat!  It also leaves your hair super moisturized and can treat frizz and brittleness.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils11. Hair Conditioner – This easy peasy coconut rinse-out conditioner will give you tons of moisture, leaving you smooth and shiny.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils12. Deep Conditioner – A homemade deep conditioner is perfect for those occasional reparative treatments.  This one uses a few different kinds of oil to add shine to dull hair, control frizz and control dandruff and dry scalp issues.  Adding essential oils will personalize it to your needs, giving it an added bonus.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils13. (Yummy) Deep Conditioning Hair Masks – These three delicious hair masks cover a range of hair problems you may encounter – especially in the summer months.  There’s one for dry, damaged hair, one for deep moisture (for color-treated hair), and one that’s super light, for extra smoothness and shine.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils14. Mayo Hair Mask – Sounds gross, right?  There are so many variations in this recipe – eggs, vinegar and oil will promote hair growth and shine, plus adding different powdered herbs give a host of other benefits, including strength and softness.  Smooth it on your hair and let it stew for a bit before rinsing – the benefits may outweigh the mayonnaise!

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils15. Coconut Honey Hair Mask – This super easy hair mask has only three ingredients, but packs a big punch.  It seals in moisture, offers antibacterial properties for a healthy scalp, removes gunky buildup and restores natural pH.  Sounds like a winner!

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils16. Hair Repair Mask – Don’t let the ingredients fool you – it may look like a crazy breakfast concoction, but it’s a super ultimate hair repair treatment.  With all the healthy oils going on in this, it will smooth out your hair, control frizz, make it soft and shiny and repair split ends.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils17. Hair Growth Mask – The secret ingredient in this hot oil treatment is unexpected, and you don’t need to look any further than your spice cabinet.  Try cinnamon!  By massaging the cinnamon oil into your scalp, you stimulate circulation which encourages hair growth.  It can also strengthen the hair follicles already present.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils18. Hot Oil Treatment – All you need are three kitchen staples (olive oil, honey and coconut oil) and you’ve got the makings of your very own hot oil treatment.  Brush the mixture on your hair and wrap in a shower cap, and your hair will be shiny and damage-free in no time!

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils19. Hair Detangler – If your little ones, or even YOU, have tangles you hate dealing with, try this super easy DIY detangler – another hair care product you can add various essential oils to for different results.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils20. Frizzy Hair Serum – Not only will this spritz smooth your frizzy mane, get rid of the wispy fly-aways, and keep you smooth and shiny, but it promotes hair growth as well!

 

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21. Hair Volumizer – It doesn’t take much to create some volume for your flat locks.  Use this 2 ingredient DIY the next time you’re in the shower, then rinse it out for a bunch of bounce and energy!

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils22. Sugar Hair Spray – You DIY your own hairspray!  It’s true – and you can create different “strengths” to suit your needs. There are only 3 (totally normal, everybody has) ingredients, too.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils23. Homemade Pomade – If you use pomade to texturize your hair or tame static and fly aways, then you’re used to plunking lots of money on the salon counter.  So make your own instead!  The addition of essential oils can help customize your pomade even further, with oils that can stimulate hair growth, boost shine and even fight dandruff!

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils24. Organic Hair Gel – I’m not joking when I say you can make your own hair gel with only two ingredients.  It’s so easy.  The secret?  Whole flaxseeds.  Add essential oils to give it your own scent (or hair care properties).  It’s the perfect product for “unmanageable” hair.

 

Skip the chemicals, high prices and tons of bottles, and make your own DIY hair care products instead! It's easier than you think. Here are 25 we love! 25 DIY Hair Care Products You'll Love - tipsaholic.com , #hair, #DIY, #naturalhaircare, #natural, #essentialoils25. Scalp Scrub – You’ve probably exfoliated your face before, right?  Well this product works under the same premise.  Scrub your scalp with this sugar based concoction once a month and your head – along with your tresses – will be healthier for it.  This is a clarifying scrub that will get rid of buildup and clear clogged hair follicles, encouraging hair growth.

 

 

Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on FacebookPinterest,Bloglovin’ and Instagram. Email her at: bugabooblog(at)yahoo.com

 

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30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls

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There’s no denying it, nothing’s cuter than a little girl with a fancy bow – even better when you’ve made it yourself!  If you need more ideas for ways to pretty up your daughter’s tresses, we’ve got all the inspiration you need.  From clips, to headbands and everything in between, we’ve got you covered.  Some of these DIY’s are so easy, your little girl can do them herself!  Check out our 30 adorable DIY hair accessories for girls and break out of the plain Jane barrette rut!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsMelted Bead Barrettes – Not only is this a cute clip for her hair, but she’ll also love making this fun craft with you!  Just melt regular pony beads in the oven!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsHanging Seed Bead Clips – This cute and quirky accessory harkens back to the hair wraps of the 80’s and 90’s.  They’re also a fun craft, especially for a tween!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsRibbon Butterfly Hair Clips – You can make these for your little one with just a bit of ribbon and effort!  Including a korker ribbon makes it that much more cute!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsCabochon Flower Clips – You’ve probably seen a dozen tutorial for fake flower clips, but these have a cute cabochon middle!  You could mix up the colors for some added pizazz!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsEasy Lace Bow Clip – This little lace bow is the perfect size for your baby or kiddo to sport when she wants just a touch of fancy.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsEasy Felt Flower Hair Clips – Not only are these hair clips easy to make, but they’re super versatile and inexpensive as well!  Adding buttons and leaves in different ways makes the possibilities nearly endless!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsFelt Bow Clips – Here felt bows in two different varieties!  These will be a snap to whip up since all you do it cut them out and glue them together!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsSuper Easy Bow Clip – Whether you know how to sew or not, these super easy, no-sew bows are a great alternative to the more complicated version.  They come together in a snap, so you can make a ton in rainbow colors for your girly girl!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsButton Bobby Pins – Chances are you’ve got some cute, mismatched or vintage buttons in your stash that would make adorable hair pins.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsCovered Button Bobby Pins – And if you like making covered buttons, you can put those on bobby pins too!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsTwinkle Star Bobby Pins – Are easier to make than they look – all you need are some simple materials, like felt, glitter and mod podge.  And they make a whimsical, sparkly statement!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsButterfly Bobby Pins – These cute butterflies are also made from felt, then sewn onto a bobby pin in profile to look as if a butterfly has just landed on your locks.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsPinwheel Bobby Pin – Speaking of whimsical, these charming fabric pinwheels perch perfectly on a bobby pin and give a nod to carefree summer days.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsPrickly Posie Bobby Pins – To make these floral bobbies, you’ll simply need a bunch of fabric circles of the same size.  Cutting them with a point yields a cute variation on the proper rounded posies.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsButton Elastics – Remember the elastic hair ties of your youth, with fun plastic shapes and large baubles you could wrap around your pigtails?  Now you can make your own with buttons and hair elastics!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsHair Bow Elastics – Chic and classy little bows that won’t fall out of fine hair?  It’s true!  These bows are attached to a hair elastic which makes them easy to use and virtually unmovable.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsTulle Hair Bow – Fluffy bows made out of tulle are the perfect accessory for any princess or fairy!  They’re easy to make and could use up any tulle scraps you might have.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsBig Bow – What little head doesn’t need a gargantuan bow atop?  The tutorial for this behemoth includes the bow alone, but you can easily glue or sew it to a barrette or headband.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsKorker Bows – You can make those super cute curly cue hair bows with nearly no effort whatsoever!  Skip the hair aisle, and use wet grosgrain ribbon wrapped around some skinny dowels then heated and dried in the oven.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsSimple Ribbon Bows – These little cuties are adorable and take no time – since they’re simply ribbon in a bow shape!  No fabric, measuring, cutting, sewing, etc.  It’ll be easy to make a whole crazy palette of colors and patterns.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsNo Sew Headbands – If you’ve got some extra knit fabric on hand and a glue gun in your arsenal, you can whip up some comfy, soft headbands for your girls.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsTwisted Turban Headband – This turban inspired head wrap is an easy sew.  Made mini-sized for your toddler or girl it’ll be even cuter!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsPaper Flower Headband – Paper mulberry flowers line this plastic headband, making a crown of tiny purple blossoms fit for a princess.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsKnotted Head Tie – Here’s a retro take on the average fabric headband.  There’s an easy to follow pattern included in the tutorial so you can’t go wrong.

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsFelt Leaf Garland Headband – These colorful, miniature leaves are cut from felt then sewn together in a garland.  Make a headband of greens for spring and one of fall colors for Thanksgiving!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsBejeweled Flower Headband – These puffy, bedazzled flowers look boutique bought, but are actually quite easy to put together.  They’re perfect for tweens to tackle.

 

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Rolled Fabric Rose Headband – Put your scrap fabric and glue gun to good use rolling up some rosettes for some fabulous hair decor!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsScrappy Knit and Felt Headbands – These scrappy headbands are made from knit pieces and are easy to sew together.  All of the flower accessories are created from felt and there’s directions for each different blossom, bow and heart!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsHeadband Fascinator – You can create truly stunning fascinators with satin rosettes, netting or lace, pearl accents and feathers.  They’ll dress up any photo shoot or special occasion!

 

If you're tired of the same boring, store-bought stuff, try making your own DIY hair accessories! Here're 30 of the best headbands, clips, bobbies and more. 30 Adorable DIY Hair Accessories for Girls - Tipsaholic.com #DIYaccessories, #hair, #DIYhair, #hairaccessories, #clips, #girls, #headbandsSatin Flower Fascinator – Satin ribbon turned into flowers, swiss dot tulle, netting and rhinestones make up this cute fascinator.  Perfect for afternoon tea with the queen.  Make some for your next girly party!

 

 

 

Kimberly Mueller is the “me” over at bugaboo, mini, mr & me, a blog that highlights her creative endeavors. She especially likes to share kid crafts, sewing attempts, recipes, upcycled projects, photography and free printable gift tags/cards. When she’s not enjoying being married to her best friend, chasing after the natives (AKA her three kids) and attempting to keep the house in one piece, you can find her with a glue gun in one hand and spray paint in the other. Aside from DIY pursuits, she also enjoys writing, reading, music, singing (mostly in the shower) and the color yellow. Kimberly recently published a craft book entitled Modern Mod Podge. You can also find her on FacebookPinterest,Bloglovin’ and Instagram. Email her at: bugabooblog(at)yahoo.com

 

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20 Tips for Coloring Your Hair at Home

Don't have the time or funds to go to the salon for a hair dye job? Check out these 20 tips for coloring your hair at home, as well as some great tutorials. 20 Tips for Coloring Your Hair at Home via @tipsaholic #coloring #haircolor #haircoloring #hair


20 Tips for Coloring Your Hair at Home
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Going to the salon to dye your hair is definitely the smart thing to do, and oh-so-relaxing, but not everyone has the money or time to see a professional on a regular basis. If this sounds like you, yet you want to dye or highlight your hair, you can. Check out these 20 tips for coloring your hair at home, as well as some truly useful and informative tutorials.

1. Always wear gloves and an old shirt. Protect your hands and your clothes!

2. Put moisturizer on your face and petroleum jelly around your hairline before dyeing your hair. This protects your face from dye marks.

3. Don’t wash your hair before dyeing your hair. Unwashed hair will be better able to hold on the color and the natural oils will help protect the scalp.

4. Try buying products at a beauty supply store. Talk with the employees there; they really do know their stuff and can give you advice for your hair and help you achieve the exact results you want.

5. Choose a color that compliments your skin. Warmer tones work well for those with paler skin, while ashy or cooler tones are better for those with olive to darker skin tones.

6. A mousse formula will give you a translucent, shimmery hair color dye job, while a liquid color formula will give you a more opaque result.

7. Always do the strand test. The strand test will help you figure out how long you need to leave the dye on your hair to get the results you want and to ensure that you don’t get an allergic reaction. If you don’t, you might end up with a whole head of hair that isn’t good enough and might have been so much better with just five extra minutes… or worse, a really bad allergic reaction!

8. Use an application brush, like the professionals do. Using your fingers can result in a splotchy, uneven hair color.

9. Going blonde with box dye kits? Try mixing two different box dye kits with the same levels and different tones to get a natural-looking shade of blonde. Here’s more details on how to do that.

10. Choose a highlighting kit that’s labeled for your hair color instead of picking one with the color you want. For example, if you have brown hair, you’ll want a kit that says “for brown hair” to get good results.

11. Don’t use the plastic cap in highlighting kits. Use an adult toothbrush for the front of your hair and a baby toothbrush for the back for a more natural look. Small paintbrushes in varying sizes would work, too.

12. Don’t highlight to the roots right next to your face. Take a thin section of your hairline and pull it out. This helps your dye or highlight job look more natural.

13. When highlighting, don’t put the dye all the way onto the scalp. The color can spread and highlight areas you don’t want lightened.

14. Do your roots last when lightening your hair, since the heat on your scalp will speed up the bleaching process.

15. If you lighten your hair at home and end up with a too-yellow or too-orange blond hair, use a toner to correct the color. A violet toner will help remove yellow tones and a blue toner is great for removing orange tones.

16. When going from light blonde hair to darker hair, you need to prepare your hair with a filler color first. Trying to go from blonde to brown can give you a weird color. Read this article to learn how to do that… and you’ll also find loads of other great advice for dyeing your hair at home in that article.

17. Coat your hair in coconut oil before bleaching your hair for best results. Here’s how.

18. Always deep-condition after dyeing your hair.

19. Fix botched hair dye jobs with a hair color remover product, such as Color Oops.

20. Try these three great tutorials on doing your hair at home:

  • Give your hair an ombre treatment! Try this easy and simple tutorial, or this more exhaustive one. An ombre hair dye job could be a great way to test out a home dyeing kit to see if it works for your hair and to play with the waiting times, especially if you’re going to get a trim soon.
  • Highlight your hair at home with foils and the help of a friend with this excellent highlighting tutorial.

Good luck and may you end up with a perfect DIY hair dye job!

 

“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”  Please check out my blog What the Vita!

 

References:
http://www.howtohairgirl.com/2013/12/dos-dont-diy-hair-coloring/
http://stylecaster.com/beauty-high/coloring-your-hair/
http://www.womenshealthmag.com/beauty/how-to-highlight-your-own-hair
http://whilecamdensleeps.com/2013/03/refashioninghair.html
http://getyourprettyon.com/beauty-buzz-professional-at-home-hair-color/
http://www.byrdie.com/how-to-dye-hair-at-home-tips-tricks-2014/

 

More hair ideas:

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Work Hairstyles                Quick & Easy Hairstyles          Prom Hairstyles

Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts


Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves
It’s fall and leaves are everywhere. Instead of simply raking them up and throwing them out, grab a small pile and create some cool projects with them! Here are 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store.

Glitter Leaves

The holiday season is all about shine and glitter, right? Give the glitter treatment to a couple of leaves, preferably thicker ones like magnolia leaves, and use them as decor. You could decorate a centerpiece with your glitter leaves or turn them into a gorgeous garland.

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Fall Leaf Votives

This DIY leaf project is so easy and will come out beautifully. Paste pressed leaves on a couple of glass votives and pop in a candle in each. Arrange them on a mantel or your dining table and they’ll add a nice fall-y charm to your home.

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Painted Leaves

Painting leaves could be a fun activity you do with your kids or a serious project that you do on specially prepared leaves — it’s totally up to you! If you want to prepare the leaves so that your painted creations last for a long time, you’ll need to preserve the leaves with glycerin. Or you could just press the leaves for a few days and then paint them for fun, temporary decor.

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Painting With Leaves

Instead of painting on leaves, why not try painting (and stamping) with the leaves that you find? You could use different paint and stamping techniques to create a variety of beautiful artwork. This could be a wonderful way to remember a vacation with your family.

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Laminated Leaves

If you have a laminating machine or access to one, consider laminating your fall leaves to make them durable for many different fun activities with your kids. You could make bookmarks with them, practice counting, and make cute fall-themed decorations. Check out these 10 things to make with laminated leaves!

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Autumn Leaves Stained Glass

This is a beautiful and easy DIY project that will instantly transform a glass paneled door or a window! Grab a sheet of clear contact paper and stick down colorful fall leaves on the sticky side. Then put up the contact paper on a window and you’ve got instant stained glass!

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Leaf Animals

Read this cool book about leaf animals with your kids and encourage them to find leaves and create their own animals! You could display their leaf animal creations in their room or in the living room as fall decor.

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Gold Painted Leaves

With some gold leaf paint, you can paint a couple of leaves and stick them in pretty frames for instant seasonal decor! This is probably one of the easiest DIY projects with leaves, but the results are stunning.

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts
Leaf Crowns

Sit down with your kids and create some really fun and pretty leaf crowns using fall leaves and brown paper bags! You could also make leaf bracelets, animal leaf crowns, and more. Then have the kids come up with a play to entertain everyone with their new crowns and bracelets!

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Clay Leaf Bowls

Try your hand at making clay leaf bowls with air-dry clay and leaves! The result is stunning and you could paint them when they’re all dry.

Celebrate fall with these 10 fun DIY projects with leaves, either real ones from your yard or faux ones from a craft store or dollar store. Try These 10 Fun DIY Projects With Leaves via @tipsaholic #leaves #fall #diy #projects #crafts #fallcrafts

Who knew leaves could be so fun? Have you tried any other DIY projects with fall leaves?

For more fall decorating ideas, check out 14 Easy Thanksgiving Tablescapes and 30+ Simple DIY Fall Decorating Projects.

“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”  Please check out my blog What the Vita!

More fall fun:

Fall Desserts          10 fall wardrobe essentials ~ Tipsaholic.com #fallfashion          10 Fun Family Activities for Fall - Tipsaholic, #fall, #familyfun, #activities, #kids, #autumn

Fall Desserts                        Fall Wardrobe Essentials         Fall Family Activities

10 Personalized Wall Art DIYs

Create a home that really represents you, your family, and your style by trying a few of these personalized wall art DIY projects. 10 Personalized Wall Art DIYs ~ Tipsaholic.com #art #diy #project


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There are all kinds of tutorials, projects and printables available for DIY decorating at home, but very few of them offer the kind of personalization that really represent you and your family. Choose one of these personalized wall art projects to create something that will show all of your guests who you are and what you love.

 

1. Monogram letter

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If you don’t have a lot of time, this fabric-covered monogram letter is a great project to do in a single session. Use the first letter of your first or last name, or step outside the box and use one that represents your favorite sports team or alma mater.

 

 

2. Scrabble tile names

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Fill an empty wall in your home with this fun idea. Make “Scrabble” tiles using simple boards cut into squares, then mod-podge letters and numbers onto the faces. Names of family members are great but you can also use the names of places you love or words that inspire you. Make it your own!

 

 

3. Embroidered family handprints

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Make a sweet set of family handprints that will really last by tracing each family member’s hand and then embroidering it for a keepsake. Choose colors that work together but can be distinguished when layered so that each handprint stands out.

 

 

4. Paint handprint word art

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This project turns simple paint handprints into a great piece for your living room or kitchen. You can use the word “family,” your last name, or another word that describes or inspires you. Be sure to allow one layer of paint dry before adding more so that the colors don’t mix.

 

 

5. Geometric magazine art

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A teen’s room or a modern home would be the perfect place to hang this DIY art. Use images cut from your favorite magazines to piece together a geometric design and paint it with whatever colors you like!

 

 

6. Skyline string art

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You’ve seen string art, but you may not have seen it like this. The tutorial here is for your typical heart and state string art, but the same techniques can be applied to the skyline of the city you live in or a city you love. Just trace it onto a large board and place nails on the traced line and around the outer edge of the board, then go crazy with the string.

 

 

7. Travel photo map

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Show your love of wanderlust with a fun project like this one. Keep a record of where you’ve been by using photos to fill in a map, whether it is the United States or a larger map of the world. Remember to take a photo for each place you visit!

 

 

8. Song lyrics art

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Most of us can think of a song that really means something to us or uses words that we relate to. Turn that song into cool décor by stenciling it onto a painted canvas or large board. You can highlight particular words by painting them a contrasting color or make a diptych or triptych style piece by using more than one board.

 

 

9. Photo clock

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Basic clock kits can be found at craft stores or online and are the perfect way to turn a favorite photo of a pet or family member into a personalized clock. Mount your photo onto foam board to give it the thickness it needs to support the clock piece. A Beautiful Mess even got creative and colored the clock pieces with nail polish for added fun!

 

 

10. Carved initials painting

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This is a great idea for a customized painting. It looks difficult but is actually incredibly easy! Use masking tape to mark off and paint around the trees, then follow the rest of the tutorial to get the birch tree look. The icing on the cake with this project is the copper leafing that spells out the initials of you and your love.

 

 

Featured image via A Beautiful Mess.

Kayla Lilly is a photographer, writer, wife, and mama making a house a home in eastern Idaho. She met her mister while working at an amusement park and married him a year later after deciding there was no way to live without him. The amusement has continued as they’ve added three kids and a passel of pets to their lives while finishing college and starting a photography business. Drawing inspiration from the whirlwinds of marriage, parenthood, and the media, Kayla blogs at Utterly Inexperienced, and spends the rest of her time chasing chickens, organizing junk drawers, diapering toddlers, and photographing everyone willing to step in front of her lens.

Other great home decor ideas:

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Minimalist Wall Decor            Simplified Home Decor           Rustic Decor Ideas

10 DIY Wedding Ideas

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

 

10 DIY Wedding Ideas

Cheryl Seidel, etiquette expert, and regular contributing writer for the Huffington Post, shares her expert advice on the perfect DIY wedding ideas! Every bride dreams of having the perfect wedding- a day that is unforgettable, fun, and beautiful. Over the past few years, the Do-It-Yourself Wedding has become very popular because many brides are on a budget, but want to add a unique or high end touch to their special day. Whatever your wedding theme or colors, we’re sure that you can find something on this list to incorporate into your wedding!

 

DIY WEDDING DECORATIONS

 

String Art

What do you get when you combine a piece of wood, nails, and string? This sweet piece of art! The heart may be the obvious choice for your wedding, but this can be customized any way you’d like.

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

DIY String Heart by Green Wedding Shoes

 

Floral Letters

Large, decorative letters are an excellent way to add a special touch to your wedding. We like this X and O, but what about using this method for a monogram? This tutorial uses fresh flowers, but if you made it with silk flowers it could be displayed in your new home after your wedding.

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Floral Letters by Honestly Yum

 

Glitter Tea Light Holders

This may be the quickest DIY project ever! Spray on some glue, sprinkle some glitter and voila you’ve added a little sparkle to your wedding décor!

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Glitter Tea Light Holders by The Details: Wedding Star

 

Pearl Letters

This project is somewhat tedious, but the end results are definitely worth it. (And you can catch up on your favorite TV show while working!) The pearls in this photo were spray painted metallic rose gold, but you could leave them white if you prefer. This method would also make beautiful table numbers or cake toppers!

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Pearl Letters by Fancy Pants Weddings

Terrarium Centerpieces

These lovely terrariums can be created well in advance of your wedding and would be perfect for a beach wedding. Collect some glass containers and get working! You can even make mini versions as your wedding favors.

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Terrarium Centerpieces by Something Turqouise

 

DIY ESCORT & PLACE CARDS

 

Color Dipped Cork Card Holder

These adorable cork placecard holders will add a pop of color to your reception. And they’re so simple you could have your flower girl or ring bearer get in on the action. (P.S. You don’t have to drink tons of wine to make these. The cork lids can be found at most craft stores!)

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Cork Place Card Holders by The Vault Files

 

Colorful Pocket Escort Card Display

If you like to scrapbook, then this is a great project is for you! This would be an eye-catching display at the entrance of your reception and you can customize the colors to match your wedding.

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

DIY Escort Cards by Something Turquoise

 

Vintage Wood Table Numbers

A DIY list wouldn’t be complete unless mod podge was involved, right? These table numbers are crafted from from rustic wood, but this concept can be applied to any kind of wood you’d like. Design and print your table numbers then mod podge away.

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Wood Table Numbers by Green Wedding Shoes

 

Spice Dip Favor

Buy spices in bulk and create these little glass bottles for your guests to take home. You can even tie them in to your wedding by matching the spice to your family heritage or wedding cuisine.

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Spice Favors by Something Turquoise

Berry Jam Favor

Summer is the perfect time to spread the love (get it?) with these jam wedding favors. If you have time, make your own jam. Otherwise, you can purchase small jars of jam and personalize them with a new label and some ribbon. Click the picture for lots of recipes and labels!

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Jam Favor by Bridal Musings

 

Oreo Pop Favor

Is there anyone out there that doesn’t love a delicious Oreo? I think not. Jazz ‘em up and hand ‘em out! The options are endless!

If a wedding is in your future, check out these sweet DIY wedding ideas. Decorations, place cards and more to make your day special. 10 DIY Wedding Ideas via @tipsaholic #wedding #diy #bridal #decorations

Oreo Pops by Easy Baked

 

About Cheryl Seidel:

Seidel is a sought after etiquette expert and regular contributor for The Huffington Post and author of the popular Ask Cheryl blog. She helps advise readers with handy tips on how much to spend, when gift giving is appropriate and other would-have-loved-to-know-that-when moments in gift giving, She is also the founder and President ofwww.RegistryFinder.com, an intuitive search engine that helps gift givers quickly and easily find online registries for weddings, baby showers, graduations and more.  Seidel  has 22 years of business experience, with concentrations in new product development and consumer advertising and promotion.

 

Other great ideas:

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Ultimate Upcycling: Turning Trash to Treasure Infographic

Ultimate Upcycling Turning Trash to Treasure Infographic

A major trend on Pinterest these days is redoing. It is amazing all the beautiful transformations that are shared. From small pieces to large furniture. A little elbow grease and paint can go a long way. Upcycling can be a great way to breathe new life into something old. Want to try your hand at upcycling? Check out this guide to Ultimate Upcycling: Turning Trash to Treasure from Cleaning Services Group. There are lots of great advantages, plus it’s fun!

A little elbow grease and paint can go a long way. Upcycling can be a great way to breathe new life into something old. Want to try your hand at upcycling? Check out this guide to Ultimate Upcycling: Turning Trash to Treasure via @tipsaholic #upcycle #redo #furniture #upcycling

 

What a bunch of great tips. I can’t wait to try them. Have you tried upcyling? If you have how has it turned out?

More infographic inspiration:

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Guide to Self Storage Infograpic

Self Storage Guide

Wouldn’t it be nice if someone could organize and store all of the extra things we don’t want to part ways with. Or if you are temporarily needing to move some of your belongings into a storage unit or room, wouldn’t it be great if you knew it was done properly. It might take some work, but you can rest assured that you will know how to properly organize and store your belongings with The Sparefoot Guide to Self-Storage.Self Storage Infographic

Other great infographics:

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30 Raised Garden Bed Ideas

Both beginning and experienced gardeners love raised garden beds. Here are 30 cool ideas for raised garden beds, from the practical to the extraordinary. 30 Raised Garden Bed Ideas via @tipsaholic #garden #gardenbeds #raisedgardenbeds #gardening


30 Raised Garden Bed Ideas
Both beginning and experienced gardeners love raised garden beds, since they can be filled with good soil, require minimal or no digging, are easier on your backs, and will give you less weeds. Here are 30 cool ideas for raised garden beds, from the practical to the extraordinary.

1. Corner Wooden Planter

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Build this corner wooden raised garden bed with three separate sections. Perfect for a sad corner in your backyard!

2. Culvert Garden Bed

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Use culvert to create raised garden beds to add an industrial look to your backyard!

3. Metal Decorative Corner Supports

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Add some jazz to your wooden raised garden beds with decorative corner supports! They’ll also help make the construction of your raised garden beds a bit easier and keep them sturdy. These bug-themed corner supports would be fun additions to any garden!

4. Galvanized Livestock Watering Troughs

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Watering troughs will last a long time and has a great industrial look. No DIYing needed except to drill in a few holes in bottom for drainage.

5. Elevated Raised Garden Beds

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Get your garden even higher off the ground to prevent rabbits and other animals from stealing your veggies! Build an elevated raised garden bed. Here’s how.

6. Raised Garden Bed Kits

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There are kits that you can purchase that includes all building materials and instructions to make your own raised garden beds. Great for DIYers who want to build but don’t feel like doing all the measuring. This one is really nice; it includes a gate and fencing and even an option for an automatic watering system!

7. Wood and Corrugated Steel Raised Garden Beds

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Nice combination of wood and corrugated steel, a handsome marriage of nature and industrialization! An economical solution to DIYing your raised garden beds. Here’s another (gorgeous!) example.

8. Divided Raised Garden Beds

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Add wood dividers in your beds and plant one herb or plant in each spot. Neat and organized! Perfect for herbs that can be invasive, like mint!

9. Herb Spiral

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Herb spirals make very cool-looking raised garden beds and are great for people with little space for gardening.

10. Cinder Block Raised Garden Beds

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Build a raised garden bed easily and cheaply with cinder blocks. Give it a finished and modern look by adding concrete caps on the tops!

11. Mosaic Raised Garden Bed

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So pretty and economical! Use the art of mosaic (with broken, left-over tile, broken wine glasses, etc) to decorate the tops of your cinder blocks and cement blocks.

12. Raised Planter Stand with 55-Gallon Drums

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This is a great way to build waist-high garden beds and a smart way to use a couple of 55-gallon juice drums if you already have some laying around. You could find these drums on Craig’s List or businesses that use them, just make sure that they are food-safe.

13. Cement Mixing Trays on Planter Stands

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Build a planter stand (check out the previous tutorial listed above) and then put in cement mixing trays to hold the soil and plants.

14. Concrete Raised Garden Bed

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Here’s how to DIY a beautiful concrete raised garden bed with a nice curve and a corner. You can adapt the plans to fit your space.

15. Kiddie Pools as Raised Garden Beds

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Kiddie pools might not be the most beautiful raised garden beds, but they might be right for you if you’re looking for a cheap and quick solution that takes only minutes to set up. Or you could use one kiddie pool for your kids’ own garden!

16. Raised Garden Beds on a Sloped Backyard

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Do you have a slope in your backyard that you don’t know what to do with? Build (or hire someone to build) raised garden beds on the slope! See some great pictures here and don’t miss the extra information and helpful advice in the comments.

17. Keyhole Gardens

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Keyhole gardens, which are widespread in Africa, include an active compost pile in the middle of a raised garden bed. This method holds moisture and nutrients in the gardening soil and helps you use less water. Perfect for hot and dry climates but they would work anywhere!

18. Stone Raised Garden Bed

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Stone raised garden beds are beautiful and will blend well with your home if you have a stone path or a stone exterior. They are more long-lasting than wood, albeit more expensive, but you can save on costs if you build one yourself.

19. Dry-Stacked Flagstone Garden Bed

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This tutorial uses no mortar – just heavy flagstone stacked on top of each other. Gorgeous.

20. Raised Garden Beds with Casters

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If you need to move around your raised garden beds regularly, just add casters to the bottom of your raised beds! Perfect for small patios with concrete or tiled floors.

21. Self-Watering Planter

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Put in a perforated drain pipe in your raised garden bed to make it self-watering. That will save water and help your plants grow well. Helpful for when you go off on vacations!

22. DIY Garden Enclosure

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Prevent deer and other animals from gobbling down your produce by building a raised garden bed with an enclosure, complete with a gate door.

23. U-Shaped Raised Garden Bed

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Grow a large garden that you can easily navigate around with this u-shaped raised garden bed. Find instructions how to build your own here.

24. Cedar Fence Garden Beds

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Use cedar fence pickets to build raised garden beds that will set you back only $10 or a little more, depending on your store’s prices. What a smart idea!

25. Raised Bed Pest Cover

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Keep pests out of your garden by building this raised bed pest cover to put over your garden beds!

26. Raised Wood Pallet Garden Bed

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This clever pallet garden bed requires no building – just a good stapler and landscaping fabric!

27. Raised Herb Beds From Drawers

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Paint a couple of old drawers in a fun design and use them as little raised garden beds! Great for herbs and other small plants.

28. Brick Raised Garden Bed

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Traditional and permanent! Especially perfect for you if you have a pile of bricks waiting to be used. Here’s how to build a brick raised garden bed.

29. Aluminum Can Garden Bed

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Drink a lot of soda? Save your cans to make aluminum can raised garden beds! Use cement to keep the cans together and cover it all with stucco for a really nice look.

30. Old Tires as Garden Beds

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You can easily find old tires from car shops for free. Save them from the landfill and use them to create raised garden beds.

Hopefully, these raised garden bed ideas have inspired you to build or buy your own! It’s a wonderful feeling to serve food to your family that you’ve grown in your own backyard.

 

Find a lot of great advice and information on raised garden beds with this wonderful resource. And if you’re looking for more tips on gardening, check out 25 Ideas for Gardening with Kids and 27 Beautiful Garden Edging Ideas.

 

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Grow These 5 Beautiful House Plants From Food Scraps

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Grow These 5 Beautiful House Plants From Food Scraps
House plants add so much life and beauty to your home. They also clean your air, making your indoor air healthier for you and your family. However, they aren’t free if you buy them from a store… but they can be practically free if you grow plants from food scraps!

Lemon Tree From a Lemon Seed

As long as you buy organic lemons, you can grow a gorgeous lemon tree from a lemon seed! Here’s how. Don’t expect your lemon tree to grow any fruit for three to five years, but in the meantime you’ll have a pretty tree that adds a lot of charm and fresh air to your home.

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You can grow similar trees from the seeds of oranges, limes, and grapefruits!

Avocado Tree From an Avocado Pit

Grow another tree for your home with an avocado pit! This would make for a great science experiment to do with the kiddos, since you’ll need to suspend the pit in water and watch the roots and stem grow. Try this with several avocado pits and choose the most thriving seed to turn into a houseplant. Again, don’t expect it to produce anything, but you never know!

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Sweet Potato Vine From a Sweet Potato

Bought too many sweet potatoes and have one or two left over? Turn them into vine houseplants with purplish green colored leaves! Suspend a sweet potato that’s covered with eyes in a jar of water and watch the vines grow. This is another houseplant that your kids will love watching grow!

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Pineapple Plant From a Pineapple Crown

A pineapple crown can be turned into a great little spiky houseplant that resembles an aloe vera plant. It takes years for one to grow a pineapple, if at all. If a red flower starts growing at the top, get ready to watch a mini pineapple grow on the top of the plant!

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Carrot Foliage From Carrot Tops

Cut off the tops of carrots and put them in water and you’ll get sweet little delicate plants growing on the tops. Plant them in a pot and enjoy your new houseplant! This is another great project for the kids.

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These 5 houseplants that can be grown from food scraps aren’t the only ones — try growing houseplants from onions, watermelon seeds, apple seeds, kale, turnips, and more! It’s just amazing to know that life can come from our food leftovers!

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“I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”  Please check out my blog What the Vita!

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