This week I’m sharing with you more of my kitchen decor and three quick DIYs.
I love when a simple and plain-looking object is transformed into a beautiful decor piece. For this first DIY, I was inspired by one amazing blogger who used a cutting board to decorate her kitchen. You can decorate your cutting board any way you want, but here is what I did.
For this DIY, you will need a wooden cutting board (preferably a smaller one with a hole), acrylic paint, a sharpie pen and any type of ribbon or twine.
First, I painted the cutting board light pink. I used the Princess Pink satin acrylic paint that I got from Walmart.
Once the paint dried, I drew the lashes with a sharpie pen, and I added white ribbon. I just love how it turned out!
For this second quick DIY, I transformed a candle that I got from Target. How adorable is this coffee cup candle with a lid?
I used some washi tape and a label to make the sleeve of the cup pink and gold.
I added Rae Dunn Flame. matches from Home Goods to complete the look.
This last DIY is also very easy to do. All I did here is paint the two pumpkins pink and one stem gold. The stem of the bigger pumpkin was already pretty and glittery, so I didn’t want to alter it. The bigger pumpkin is from Target.
I’m so happy with how the two pumpkins turned out.
The gorgeous white pumpkin with the gold stem is from Target as well. I think it completes the look so nicely.
I just love how it all came together.
What color are your pumpkins?