The Easiest Centerpiece To DIY: Succulent Pumpkin Patch Centerpiece
After stumbling across a few inspiring images on Pinterest [...] I decided I needed my own succulent pumpkin combination, but I wanted to create something with a bit more seasonal staying power. I wanted to put something together that would allow me to ditch the pumpkins after Thanksgiving and replace them with something Christmas-y. So I used the wood shim planter box I made a couple months ago to create a succulent pumpkin patch centerpiece for my breakfast room table.
This was the easiest centerpiece to throw together. Literally, it was done in less than 10 minutes. Once I had all the succulents planted, I added in a little green and spanish moss for texture and then layered in these white spray painted foamkins.
Like I said, easy peasy. And what I love most is that when we're done chowing down on the turkey I can simply put my foamkins away for next year and replace them with mercury glass balls... or maybe some paper mache reindeer? Hmm... not sure on that one yet.
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So long are the days of single living and cramped quarters! The two of you have finally sealed the deal and are moving in together. As you start your newlywed adventure, remember your first home is about creativity and compromise. Think we, not me as you create a home that shows why the two of you are the perfect match.
Organization & Cleaning
Set boundaries in the bedroom—after all, everyone needs a place to keep their personal belongings.
First time sharing a closet? Use hanger dividers and bins to help keep hers and his stuff separate.
Be sure to leave work outside the bedroom to avoid nighttime distractions and disputes.
Throw a delicious dinner party for your closest friend! Invite friends both old and new, play some classy tunes and serve cocktails galore. Don’t stress over the details—most likely your friends, like you, are just looking for a night to relax and have some fun.
Must-haves both he and she will agree on, even as the honeymoon phase fades.