Happy Thanksgiving from TaylorMade!
This holiday headband is so cute, you’ll want to gobble it up!
Don’t stress about the Turkey –
Celebrate this holiday with a custom headband
that doesn’t take all day to prepare.
– Headband (preferably the color you would like so you don’t have to cover it with ribbon)
– Thick Black Grosgrain Ribbon
– Small Hat (or save time with this hat)
– Feather Boa (or find here)
– White Felt
– Mini Turkey (Optional)
– Hot Glue Gun
Happy Halloween! Creep it real tonight with
This xtra spooky X-ray skeleton shirt!
– Black Shirt
– Iron-On Transfer Sheets
– Parchment Paper
– Cardboard (Optional)
– Print out the design on the iron-on transfer sheets following the instructions on the package. Here is the image I used or search online for other spooky images.
– It’s important to use the right iron-on sheets for the color of the shirt you are using. If you’re using a dark shirt, get the sheets for dark clothing.
– Cut out the designs as close to the edge of the image as possible. You don’t want any white outlines on your image.
– Lay out the peace signs. Peel off the paper backing of the iron-ons and reposition. Put a piece of parchment paper over the iron-ons.
– Iron the peace signs to the shirt according to the instructions on the package.
– The iron-on sheets that I use require an empty iron, NO steam, and set to the hottest setting.
– I always put a piece of cardboard in between the shirt to prevent the iron-on from sticking to the back of the shirt.
Make no bones about it!
This is one Halloween decoration I will be
Leaving out all year long!
This succulent skull vase won’t suck any time
Away from your frightful festivities.
– Skull Candy Dish
, vase or jar (Found at Michael’s® ON SALE for $1.99! Whaaat?!)
– Line the bottom of the vase with small floral rocks.
– This is to keep the excess water from over-saturating the soil for the succulent.
– Put some of the cactus/succulent soil in the vase. Don’t fill it all the way yet. Leave about an inch.
– Don’t use regular plant soil. The succulent soil has small rocks and is a dryer soil to help the succulent thrive.
– Using a couple fingers, dig a small hole in the center of the soil for the succulent.
– Carefully break up the roots on the succulent and shake off the excess soil. Put the succulent in the hole and gently pack the soil around it.
– Continue to add more soil to the top of the vase.
– You don’t want to firmly pack the soil but you want the succulent to be secure in the soil.
– Wait a day or two to water it. I would suggest misting the succulent with a spray bottle. They don’t like a lot of water but they do like a lot of sunlight.