Living alone and on a budget doesn't mean you must settle for sub-par surroundings. In the second of a series about living alone, I detail my top 5 tips for creating an uplifting home environment.
Category - Decorating
You don't have to throw away that wax from the bottom of expensive soy or beeswax candles. Make new candles from old!
Here's a fun way to use all those mismatched wine glasses and thrift store finds - Wine Glass Candle Shades.
Add a little bling to your Halloween with these glittered pumpkins.
House plants can be too needy for a single-girl-on-the-go. But a wine glass succulent garden is easy to care for and justifies a thrift store habit.
Lanterns in the garden can provide a romantic ambiance, set a festive mood, or just make a typical summer's evening feel more special. But don't spend your hard earned money to buy them when you can make them for super-cheap, or even free! Here's how.
Why spend money at a major retail store when you can make this Cherry Blossom Wreath for a fraction of the cost of buying it. And it's totally easy!
Do you like the idea of vintage finds, but are afraid that thrift store goodies might look tacky? Here's proof that thrift and vintage finds can be elegant and functional and far from tacky.
Cake pedestals: Beautiful, functional, addictive. Find out about this single girl's latest obsession.