Monday Funday!

Hey everyone!

I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful!

Here in Spokane we had a huge windstorm that left us without power for a week!

Luckily we got power back right before the holiday.

This past week we shared a Simple Advent and Snowball Tutorial advent calendar banner by Creatively Living - Merry Christmas Nostalgia Christmas

Decorate for Christmas on a Tight Budget

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Silhouette Black Friday Deals!

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!

Black Friday Silhouette Deals Code Creatively

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Monday Funday

Hey everyone!

We are in day 6 of no power!

Spokane had a bad windstorm last Tuesday and there are still quite a few of us without power!

Holly and I still posted some fun posts this week, but its dark and late and I’m typing from my phone, so I’m going to attach them next week!

Now into the party!

Thanks for being a part of one of the most rockin’ link parties in the blogosphere! Monday FUNday is a 9 blog link party and we Love to feature YOU each week!


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His and Hers Office Chair Makeover for the Fab Furniture Flippin’ Contest

Chair Makeover with Minted Fabric-- No Sew

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Monday Funday

Hey everyone,

Thanks for visiting Monday Funday.

This week at Creatively Living we showed you a Sneak Peak of Axton’s Nursery…..and a ParrotUncle GIVEAWAY. It’s the last day to enter, so head on over!

Light Fixture Update Before and After Remarkable Difference in Room by Creatively Living - SNEAK PEEK AND GIVEAWAY

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15 Anthropologie Holiday Gifts You Can Make

Start making gifts now in order to avoid the last-minute rush!

These Anthropology inspired DIY’s are sure to please!

anthro gifts Collage


Woodshop Monogram Ornament

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Fall House Tour

Hi everyone,

Fall is my favorite season by far and I love cozy fall decor.

Using natural elements is one of my favorite things to do for fall decorating. Leaves, pumpkins, and branches are beautiful, seasonal and free!


I’ll start with the Front porch.

Fall Front Porch by Creatively Living

Fall Porch Welcome Creatively Living

I’m in love with black and white buffalo check this year.

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A ParrotUncle Lighting Giveaway…..and a sneak peak of Axton’s nursery!

Light Fixture Update Before and After Remarkable Difference in Room by Creatively Living - SNEAK PEEK AND GIVEAWAY

We’re excited to share a sneak peek of one of our room makeovers!

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Monday Funday

Welcome to Monday Funday.

We are glad you’re here!

This week at Creatively Living we showed you a tutorial on how to make these beautiful, large angel wings….for next to nothing!

Christmas Mantel Decor with Stockings and Star Lights on a budget with Large Awesome Beautiful Large Festive Angel Wings DIY made for next to nothing by Creatively

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Make a Pillow from a Dishtowel…in three easy steps!

Dishtowel Pillow in Three Easy Steps by Creatively Living

Another pillow post.

I’m sort of pillow obsessed, as I’ve mentioned before.

I think this idea is so fun though.

I loved all the “painted” looking pillows this fall. Most of them were pumpkins and I thought about trying to paint a simple one on some fabric, but when I saw all the cute seasonal dishtowels that Target was offering it dawned on me that I could get that “painted pillow look” by making one of their dishtowels into a pillow, for under $4.

Dishtowel Pillow by Creatively Living Blog

Here’s what I started with:

(Well to be honest I don’t know why I even have that pillow in the picture. I think I was showing that I made piping out of some pillow material I used last year, but that is nothing you need to do.)

 Just realize that you need a pillow to cover, or recover if you’re using one you already have, and a cute dishtowel.

Turn a dishtowel into a pillow

Dishtowel to Pillow in Three Easy Steps!

1. Fold the dishtowel in half over the pillow and cut off any extra. It might help to pin with straight pins where you think you will need to sew, and then measure the excess that you need to cut. Remember to leave at least 1/4in seam allowance.

2. Sew up two and a half of the sides (remember the 4th side will be attached because you just folded the dishtowel in half).

3. Stuff the pillow in and hand sew the remaining 1/2 side.

*note: I used piping on mine, since I’m a piping freak, and I thought it helped tie all my pillows together. However, piping is completely unnecessary.

Living Room Pillows

That’s it! Super easy!

Make a Pillow from a Dish Towel by Creatively Living

We named him Chico, and he’s made a fun pillow on my couch this fall!


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Wednesday: Work it Wednesday, Live Laugh Rowe
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