After writing a long post, I realised I had already re-blogged this wreath. Well I guess I love it that much, so hell, I’m re-blogging it again! I think it might be because though it looks expensive, it will cost you the price of a couple boxes of gold thumb tacks, a styrofoam ring and some pretty ribbon. Simples! Ok, so it might take you a while to thumb said tacks, but it’s worth it.
The other options posted on the link are pretty as well!
Tulle and/or Ribbon (Mine is from Jo-Anns Dollar bin)
Cushions and Blankets
Pin the top edge of the sheet to the hula hoop by folding the sheet over and pinning it to itself. (see pic below)
Use twine to create a hanger to tie your hideout to the tree with. I used two long pieces of twine and tied each piece to opposite sides of the hula hoop. The two pieces then criss-crossed over each other. I tied the two together where they criss-crossed with another piece of twine. Later I used that piece to actually tie the hoop into the tree.
Tie on tulle and ribbons or any other embellishments you have. (see pic below)
Hang the hideout from a tree branch.
Add blankets and cushions underneath your fort so you can b
Curbly has put together a really lovely round up of beach inspired DIYs that don’t include jumping dolphins or weird bottles of sand. Think seashells in metallics or made into deco balls, traditional blue and white stripes, rope and driftwood. Even if you don’t live near the beach, there are some gorgeous DIYs that you can introduce into your decor.
I recently went back to borrowing books at the library, but one thing I’m finding difficult is keeping track of where they all are… just like when I was 10 in school. Haha! Well as soon as I saw this I was like - oh my gosh, perfect. You can keep your books on display as well as keep them all in the same place.