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Happy weekend and welcome to another Friday Finds here at KCL! I don't know about you guys, but we have actually been able to use our heater this week. I'm so excited that sweater weather is finally here! It's time to cozy up with some hot cocoa and watch my favorite scary movies. My husband and I love Halloween, and we love to relax at home with a good movie or show. Several new scary shows are streaming as of today, so we will definitely be staying in and watching Netflix. Whether you're staying in or going out, enjoy your weekend, and enjoy these incredible seasonal picks. Happy shopping!


At AfterHours Decals & More they carry gifts and home goods like candles and personalized wedding gifts, but with Halloween coming up, I really wanted to share their seasonal Autumn-themed decor with you. Among my favorites are their Halloween door decals (pictured above) and their set of witch pun Halloween stemless wine glasses.


I prefer the ready-made set, but if you're…

Easy DIY Princess Christmas Ornaments


These DIY princess christmas ornaments are so easy to make, and they each cost under $1.00. I simply used prepainted wooden cutouts from the craft store. You can get them unpainted for a Christmas craft project for kids, or you can purchase them prepainted like the ones I used. These wooden cutouts come in so many different styles and colors, like sailboats, animals, hearts and more. Using wooden cutouts to creat DIY ornament makes it easy to create a themed tree for a child's room.

Supplies Needed:

*painted wooden cutouts

*hot glue gun

*matching ribbon



Instructions:

Use your hot glue gun to place a generous amout (about half a dime size) of glue to the back of the wooden cutout at the top center. Cut the ribbon into 6-inch strips. Taking both end together, pull the ribbon into a loop then place the ends down onto the hot glue. Use a pen or something to press the ribbon down into the glue then top the ribbon with aother dot of hot glue. Leave ornament upside down for a few minutes to dry completely. The glue dries quickly, so you need to do one ornament at a time.



It's that easy. You can make these in any number of styles and color schemes. For more of a DIY keepsake ornament or simply for a fun Christmas craft, you can get these wooden cut-outs unfinished and let your child paint them his or herself before you attach the ribbon.


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