Hey there! With everything going on in the states this week, I hope you are doing okay. My heart goes out to my beloved country.
Now that October is here, it’s time for a monthly update and a free gift for my subscribers.
Free Autumn and Hello Fall Wreath Printables
This month’s free printables for my amazing subscribers is the second Autumn printable this year. Download the Autumn Antlers print in 9×11, 8×10, or 5×7. I’ve been having so much fun creating these monthly gifts for you! If you aren’t a subscriber, just sign up here. I only send a weekly newsletter (most weeks) so I won’t spam you and you have the option to only receive new post updates.
Best of September and What’s to Come
September was super busy with lots of Fall related posts, renter tips, and dollar store DIYs.
The month started with The Global Styler Series where my co-hostesses and I shared pumpkins. I made gorgeous hand painted pumpkins inspired by Japanese paper umbrellas with an easy DIY that’s perfect for dollar store pumpkins! Don’t miss out on my friends’ beautiful creations too.
Get inspired to make an eclectic Fall wreath with a DIY Succulent Autumn Wreath and more inspiration from a creative blog hop.
I shared 18 of my favorite dollar store DIYs for stylish home decor. These DIYs t look much more expensive then they are and are renter friendly!
Have you signed up for my free email decorating course? The handful of emails you’ll receive will give you the tools to create a space you love with inspiration, decorating and organizational tips and tricks, and a gentle push to get started. Each email is accompanied with a worksheet(s) to help you plan, stay organized, and motivated.
I got an early start on Halloween by featuring my favorite cheap and easy decor and DIYs for the spooky holiday. Find gorgeous halloween DIYs that are created with supplies from the dollar store.
To help celebrate the first official day of Fall, I joined a Hello Fall Home Tour blog hop with some of my friends. Since I shared our main living area Fall decor last month, I focused on our eclectic foyer.
I’ve been wanting to share my daughter’s reading nook in her tatami bedroom for a long time. We started the makeover right after we had moved in but after receiving a paint sprayer and shelter tent to try I had the perfect opportunity to finally finish the last project and share the space! Check out a DIY renter friendly reading nook.
What’s to come
Get ready for the holidays with more renter friendly decorating tips and DIYs!
How was your September? Did you have any fun home projects, trips, or special occasions? I would love to hear form you. Leave me a comment and let’s chat!